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Charlotte Farewell, MPH​

Senior Research Instructor


Biography:

Charlotte Farewell, MPH, PhD Candidate, has worked with the COWP program since 2012 as a Senior Professional Research Assistant. She manages grants, oversees and supervises the PSE Wellness Team component, and participates in data collection and evaluation activities. Charlotte is currently a PhD candidate in the Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Colorado Denver and plans to graduate in the Fall of 2018. Her dissertation research focuses on exploring the timing and duration of pre- and post-natal maternal stress and influences on development of early childhood obesity in New Zealand using a mixed-methods approach. Previously, she received her MPH in Social and Behavioral Sciences from the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine in 2012. She is trained in SOPLAY (System for Observing Play and Leisure Activity in Youth) and has used this tool to evaluate physical activity levels of school-aged and preschool children in multiple research projects.​

Research Interests:
  • Early life stress and child development
  • Early childhood obesity
  • Stress-reduction techniques
  • Mixed-methods research
  • Community-based participatory research methods
  • Social epidemiology
  • Education
  • MPH Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 2010-2012
  • PhD University of Colorado Denver, Denver, Colorado 2014-2018
  • Colorado School of Public Health

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