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About Elizabeth M Allen, PhD, MPH

My graduate work focused on environmental and occupational epidemiology and I received additional post-doctoral training in community engaged research methods to improve health equity. My research is primarily focused on barriers to accessing primary care services in underserved and immigrant populations with the long-term goal of improving equitable access to care.

Positions

2016 - Present Assistant Professor, Public Health, St. Catherine University Public Health Department
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Disciplines



Grants

2019 - 2020 Community Health Volunteer: A Model for Social Change?
St. Catherine University
Innovative Scholarship Grant
Role: Principal Investigator
$15,000
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2020 Member, APHA
2020 Member, MPHA
2019 - 2020 Abstract Reviewer, APHA annual meeting
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Honors and Awards

  • Cancer Related Health Disparities Post-doctoral Fellowship, 2014–2016
  • Midwest Center for Occupational Safety and Health Doctoral Fellowship, 2011-2014
  • Third Place, Poster Presentation, School of Public Health Research Day, 2013
  • Outstanding Poster, Faculty/Alumni Award, School of Public Health Research Day, 2012
  • Outstanding Poster, Student Choice Award, School of Public Health Research Day, 2012
  • Delta Omega Public Health Honorary Society, 2010
  • Minnesota Environmental Health Association: Mary Laruen Olsen Scholarship, 2010

Education

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2014 PhD, Environmental Health, Concentration: Occupational Epidemiology, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
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2011 Master of Public Health, Environmental Health, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
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2001 Bachelor of Arts, History, Cum Laude, Boston University
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Contact Information

Phone: 651-690-6021

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