Courtney Broaddus

Diana Cassady, Ph.D

Professor, DrPH
Division of Epidemiology
University of California
Davis, CA 95616
530-754-5550
dlcassady@ucdavis.edu
 
Current Research Interests
• Primary prevention of chronic disease
• diet and physical activity
• social marketing
• reducing disparities in health status
• environmental and policy strategies to promote health

Key Publications
Satterlund TD, Treiber J, Haun S, Cassady D. (2014). Evaluating local policy adoption campaigns in California: Tobacco Retail License (TRL) adoption. Journal of Community Health, 39(3):584-91.
PMID: 24310704

Jetter KM, Yarborough M, Cassady DL, Styne DM. (2014). Building Research Capacity With Members of Underserved American Indian/Alaskan Native Communities: Training in Research Ethics and the Protection of Human Subjects. Health Promotion Practice, Aug 27( [Epub ahead of print])
PMID: 25165086

Satterlund TD, Treiber J, Kipke R, Kwon N, Cassady D. (2013). Accommodating diverse clients' needs in evaluation capacity building: a case study of the Tobacco Control Evaluation Center. Evaluation and Program Planning, 36(1):49-55.
PMID: 22784967

Satterlund TD, Treiber J, Kipke R, Cassady D. (2013). A qualitative evaluation of 40 voluntary, smoke-free, multiunit, housing policy campaigns in California. Tobacco Control, Aug 31([Epub ahead of print])
PMID: 23783509

Vogt R, Bennett D, Cassady D, Frost J, Ritz B, Hertz-Picciotto I. (2012). Cancer and non-cancer health effects from food contaminant exposures for children and adults in California: a risk assessment.Environmental Health, 9(11):83. PubMed PMID: 23140444; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC3551655

Miller LM, Cassady D. (2012). Making healthy food choices using nutrition facts panels. The roles of knowledge, motivation, dietary modifications goals, and age. Appetite, 59(1):129-39.
PubMed PMID: 22524999; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC3367081

Cassady D, Castaneda X, Ruelas MR, Vostrejs MM, Andrews T, Osorio L. (2012). Pandemics and vaccines: perceptions, reactions, and lessons learned from hard-to-reach Latinos and the H1N1 campaign. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved , 23(3):1106-22.
PubMed PMID: 24212163

Professional Affiliations/Awards
Executive Committee, Graduate Group in Epidemiology, 2013-Present
Admissions Committee, Masters in Public Health Program, 2010-Present
Member, Board of Scientific Counselors, National Center for Health Marketing, Centers for Disease Control, 2008-2010
Training Grant, Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health. Office of Research on Women's Health, NIH and UC Davis School of Medicine, 2006-2008
Editorial Advisory Board, Health Promotion Practice, 1999-2009

Courses
FRS-004:  Salt, Sugar, Fat: The role of the food industry in the obesity epidemic. This Freshman Seminar uses New York Times reporter Michael Moss' book to examine the contribution of the food industry's research and product development to the U.S. obesity crisis

SPH-223:  Obesity Prevention in Community Settings. This graduate-level course critically reviews the evidence and recommendations to support obesity prevention strategies in schools, clinics, worksites and communities