EPRC Faculty Network

The EPRC Faculty Network actively engages a wide range of talent available throughout Emory University, and serves to make the EPRC a hub of interdisciplinary, community-based prevention research, training, and practice. Of note, numerous Emory faculty have obtained Special Interest Projects through CDC’s Prevention Research Center program. The following Emory faculty were funded through this mechanism most recently.

Dr. Nancy Thompson
SIP 12-056 Managing Epilepsy Well: Self-Management Research and Coordinating Center

Dr. Carla Berg
SIP 12-060 Innovative Messaging on Tobacco Policies Targeting Diverse Populations

Dr. Rana Chakraborty
SIP 12-064 Contraceptive Use among HIV+ African American Female Adolescents

Dr. Joe Lipscomb
SIP 11-044 State Registries as Platforms for Screening

Dr. Kathleen Adams
SIP 11-043 Study on the Feasibility of Linking BCCP with GCCR and Medicare

Dr. Cam Escoffery
SIP 10-030 Evaluating Special Events for Cancer Screening

Dr. Michelle Kegler
SIP 09-002 Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network

Other key Emory partners include the Winship Cancer Institute, the Tobacco Technical Assistance Consortium, the Emory Public Health Training Center, the Georgia Center for Cancer Statistics, the Interfaith Health Program, the Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute, the Rollins School of Public Health, the Emory University School of Medicine, and the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing