Assistant Professor of Teaching
About Martavius Hampton
Martavius L. Hampton is a new instructor in the Health Sciences program. He received his Master of Public Health from the University of Memphis School of Public Health. His professional career and experience in public health has included LGBTQ+ health, HIV prevention research health & wellness programming, adolescent health, training and program evaluation. In his over twelve years of public health service, he has served as a senior director, program manager, Tennessee Department of Health lead trainer, researcher and community educator. As a public health professional and instructor, Hampton aspires to effectively incorporate innovative research, impactful teaching, and community and academic collaborations. His research interests include sexual/reproductive health, gun violence prevention, minority stress, environmental health, mental health awareness and injury/accident prevention just to name a few.
MPH Public Health - University of Memphis - 2017
BA Psychology and Sociology - University of Memphis - 2012