Latrice C. Pichon, PhD, MPH, CHES
Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Robison Hall 209
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, Kellogg Health Scholars Program (Community Track), University
of Michigan School of Public Health
- PhD, Public Health (Health Behavior)
- Joint Doctoral Program in Public Health at San Diego State University/ University
of California, San Diego
- MPH – San Diego State University, Graduate School of Public Health - Concentration:
- Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR)
- Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Health
- HIV and Cancer Prevention
- Pichon, LC, Williams, TT, Campbell, B. (2013). Faith Leaders Beliefs Concerning HIV Prevention—30
Years into the Epidemic. Family & Community Health. (accepted for publication).
- Williams, TT, Dodd, D, Campbell, B, Pichon, LC, Griffith, DM. (2012). Discussing adolescent sexual health in African American churches.
Journal of Religion and Health.(accepted for publication).
- Williams, TT, Griffith, DM, Pichon, LC, Campbell, B, Allen, JO, Sanchez, JC. (2011). Involving Faith-Based Organizations
in Adolescent HIV Prevention. Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research,
Education, and Action, 5(4), 425-431.
- Pichon, LC, Griffith, DM, Campbell, B, Allen, JO, Williams, TT, and Addo, A. (2012). Faith leaders’
comfort level implementing an HIV prevention curriculum in a faith setting. Journal
of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 23(3), 1254-1256.
- Griffith, D. M., Pichon, L. C., Campbell, B., & Allen, J. O. (2010). YOUR Blessed Health: A faith-based CBPR approach
to addressing HIV/AIDS among African Americans. AIDS Education and Prevention, 22(3),
- Pichon, L., Corral, I, Landrine, H, Mayer, J, Adams-Simms, D. (2010). Perceived skin cancer
risk and sunscreen use among Black adults. Journal of Health Psychology, 15(8), 1181-1189.
- Pichon, L., Landrine, H., Corral, I., Hao, Y., Mayer, J. Hoerster, K. (2010). Measuring skin
cancer risk in African Americans: Is the Fitzpatrick Scale culturally-sensitive? Ethnicity
& Disease, 20(2), 5-8.
- Pichon, L.C., Corral, I., Landrine, H., Mayer, J.A., Norman, G.J. (2010). Prevalence and correlates
of sun protection behaviors among African Americans. American Journal of Preventive
Medicine, 38(3), 288-95.
- Pichon, L.C., Mayer, J.A., Hoerster, K.D., Woodruff, S.I., Slymen, D.J., Belch, G.E., Clapp, E.J.,
Hurd, A.L., Forster, J.L., & Weinstock, M.A. (2009). Youth access to artificial ultraviolet
radiation exposure: Practices of 3,647 indoor tanning facilities. Archives of Dermatology,
- Pichon, L.C., Arredondo, E.M., Roesch, S., Sallis, J.F., Ayala, G.X., Elder, J.P. (2007). The
relation of acculturation to Latinas’ perceived neighborhood safety and physical activity:
A structural equation analysis. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 34(3), 295-303.
- Pichon, L., Mayer, J., Slymen, D., Elder, J., Lewis, E., Galindo, G. (2005). Ethnoracial differences
among outdoor workers in key sun-safety behaviors. American Journal of Preventive
Medicine, 28(4), 374-380.
PUBH 7340/8340 — Behavioral Intervention Development
PUBH 7334/8334 — Community-Based Participatory Research
PUBH 7160/8160 — Social and Behavioral Science Principles
PUBH 8131 — Social and Behavioral Science Policy Development
Latrice C. Pichon, PhD, MPH, is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences, School
of Public Health. She completed her PhD in Public Health with a concentration in Health
Behavior from the Joint Doctoral Program in Public Health at San Diego State University
and the University of California, San Diego in August of 2008. She received post‐doctoral
training in community‐based participatory research (CBPR) in the Kellogg Health Scholars
Program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Her general research
interests include examining the individual, social, and physical environmental factors
that contribute to HIV and cancer disparities among ethnic/racial minority urban populations
using multi‐level ecological frameworks and community‐based participatory research
approaches. Her current research focuses on faith‐based HIV prevention initiatives
and the evaluation of community‐based public health interventions with African Americans
across the lifespan.