- Skin Cancer Prevention - Tanning
- Evidence-based Dermatology
- Health Informatics
- Medical Training
Supervises and mentors 2-3 preventive medicine residents each year during clinical preventive medicine rotations at the VA Medical Center.
Current Research Projects:
Dr. Dellavalle is co-PI on an NCI R01 "Sun Safety Ink!" (R01CA206569, PIs: Walkosz and Dellavalle, 1/01/2017-12/31/21)
which creates and evaluates an educational intervention for promoting comprehensive skin cancer prevention among tattoo clients nationally.
He is also a consultant for the NCI RO1 grant "Likes, Pins, and Views: Engage Moms on Teen Indoor Tanning Thru Social Media" (1R01CA192652-01A1 CoPIs: Buller & Walkosz, 7/01/2015 – 6/30/20), project engaging mothers via social media to work for limiting access to indoor UV tanning, and he is a co-investigator on the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment grant "A Multi-Component, Campus-Wide Programs to Reduce Environmental, Policy, and Behavioral Risks for Skin Cancer at Colleges and Universities in Colorado" (17-93215, PI: Lori Crane 10/01/16-06/30/18) which engages 10 Colorado campuses in a sustainable multi-component, campus-wide skin cancer prevention initiative.
- University of California Los Angeles, BA & MA, Philosophy, 1981-1986
- University of Chicago, PhD, Molecular Genetics & Cell Biology, 1993
- University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, MD, 1996
- University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, MSPH, 2004
- Medical Informatics MBL/NLM Course Fellow - Marine Biological Laboratory Woods Hole, MA. Certificate, Fall Course, 2005