John Marmion, Program Coordinator

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John Marmion, MPH, is the program coordinator for the Tulane Prevention Research Center’s (PRC) Safe Routes to School program, a school-based education program in 10 New Orleans schools that focuses on teaching safe walking and biking skills to 4th and 5th graders. As the program manager, John works with New Orleans public schools and program partner Bike Easy, a local bike advocacy nonprofit, to implement and evaluate the educational activities. Prior to joining the Tulane PRC, John worked for Management Sciences for Health in Arlington, Virginia, where he worked with a pharmaceutical management programs. Additionally, he worked for Resart Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota, managing group homes that supported brain-injured adults maximize their independence. For two years, John also taught English, computing, and health education at Centro del Muchacho Trabajador in Quito, Ecuador. John earned his Master’s degree in Public Health in International Health from Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine and his Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Loyola University Chicago. During his studies at Tulane, John served as a graduate research assistant on a previous Safe Routes to School project, evaluating infrastructure quality around Louisiana schools. In his spare time, John enjoys playing soccer, biking in the city and reading.

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Physical Activity


Depressive symptoms and physical activity in adolescent girls


Nutrition and Food Availability


The Importance of a Multi-Dimensional Approach for Studying the Links between Food Access and Consumption

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Policy Briefs


Food Availability

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