Carolyn C. Johnson, Director

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Carolyn C. Johnson, PhD, FAAHB, is a Professor in the Department of Global Community Health and Behavioral Sciences at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, and a licensed professional counselor. Dr. Johnson is the director of the Tulane Prevention Research Center and also manages the center’s evaluation. Her research interests include behavioral medicine: modification of risk factors for cardiovascular disease, cancer and other chronic diseases, such as smoking, diet, physical activity and stress; school-based health promotion; community prevention; women’s health. Dr. Johnson is the recipient of numerous professional awards including the Outstanding Research Award from the American School Health Association (2005), Fellow of the American Academy of Health Behavior (2005), and was named Champion of Public Health in 2000. From 2002-2003, she served as President of the Delta Omega Public Health Honor Society, Eta Chapter, and from 2003-2005, she was Vice-Chair and Chair of general faculty for the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Dr. Johnson is the author of over 90 peer-reviewed publications. She received a PhD from the University of New Orleans and a Master’s of Science from San Diego State University. For fun, Dr. Johnson is an avid reader of anything and everything, likes cheering on the New Orleans Saints and the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, and travels the globe for work and pleasure.

Contact: cjohnso5@tulane.edu

Other Team Members

Scientific

Built Environment

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Urban residents' priorities for neighborhood features. A survey of New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katrina

 

Nutrition and Food Availability

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A Rights-Based Approach to Food Insecurity in the United States

 
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PRC

Reports

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Stepping Up to the Plate: Transforming School Food in New Orleans

 

Brochures

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Rebuilding a Healthier New Orleans

 
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