Caroline Weldon, Graduate Research Assistant

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Caroline Weldon is a current MPH candidate studying Public Health and Tropical Medicine. She is originally from Greenville, South Carolina and attended University of South Carolina where she received her Bachelor of Science in Public Health. In addition to her work at Prevention Research Center since fall 2016, she is also an involved member of the One Health Club at Tulane. She hopes to pursue her interest in infectious disease research to continue to improve the quality of lives in the world’s most vulnerable populations in underdeveloped countries.

Contact: tulaneprcstudentworker@gmail.com

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Scientific

Nutrition and Food Availability

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Are School Employees Role Models of Healthful Eating? Dietary Intake Results from the ACTION Worksite Wellness Trial

 

Nutrition and Food Availability

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Interventions to Reduce Household Food Insecurity: A Synthesis of Current Concepts and Approaches

 
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PRC

Policy Briefs

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Bikeability/Walkability

 

Reports

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What Do New Orleans Residents Want in Their Neighborhoods?

 
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