Debra Bartelli

Debra Bartelli, DrPH

Research Associate Professor, Division of Epidemiology, Biostatistics, and Environmental Health

Phone
901.678.1395
Email
dbrtelli@memphis.edu
Fax
901.678.1715
Office
233 Robison Hall
Office Hours
By appointment only

About Debra Bartelli

Debra Bartelli, DrPH, is a Research Associate Professor of Environmental Health. She received her MPH and her doctoral degree from Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. Dr. Bartelli has extensive experience in community-based health research and evaluation with a concentration in the areas of HIV/AIDS, infant mortality, diabetes and hypertension. In addition to her primary research interests, she has also conducted field work focused on improving public health infrastructure and access to clean water in rural Haiti.

Education

  • DrPH, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, New York, NY
  • MPH, Population and Family Health, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, New York, NY
  • MA, Speech Pathology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
  • BSE, Speech Pathology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

Research Interests

  • Relationship between chronic disease and the built environment
  • Health and aging
  • Health impact assessment

Selected Publications

  1. Chervin, DD, Philliber, S, Brindis, CD, Chadwick, AE, Revels, ML, Kamin, SL, Wike, RS, Kramer, JS, Bartelli D, Schmidt, CK, Peterson, SA, Valderrama, LT. (2005) "Community capacity building in CDC's Community Coalition Partnership Programs for the Prevention of Teen Pregnancy." Journal of Adolescent Health, Sept; 37(3 Suppl):S11-9.
  2. Kramer, JS, Philliber, S, Brindis, CD, Kamin, SL, Chadwick, AE, Revels, ML, Chervin, DD, Driscoll, A, Bartelli, D, Wike, RS, Peterson, SA, Schmidt, CK, Valderrama, LT. (2005) "Coalition models: lessons learned from the CDC's Community Coalition Partnership Programs for the Prevention of Teen Pregnancy." Journal of Adolescent Health, Sept; 37(3 Suppl)::S20-30.
  3. Thomas, R, Bartelli D. (2001) "HIV Services for a New Generation." Marketing Health Services, 21(4): 25-29.