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Community and Behavioral Health - Colorado School of Public Health

Community and Behavioral Health - Colorado School of Public Health
 

Holly Wolf, PhD, MSPH 

Assistant Professor 


Holly Wolf, PhD Assistant Professor Community & Behavioral Health
Research Interests:
  • Promotion of Healthy Behaviors
  • Cancer Screening
  • Community Mobilization
  • Lung Cancer
  • Teaching Areas:
  • Research Methods and Program Evaluation
  • Community Health Assessment
  • Current Research Projects:
  • CDC: Colorado Colorectal Screening Awareness Program (11/07 - 6/12, UCCC Principal Investigator): The University of Colorado is subcontracted to carry out the Colorado Colorectal Cancer Screening Promotion program, a state wide project to encourage adults ages 50-74 to ask their providers for colorectal screening, and to coordinate the regional conference series to promote colorectal screening in Colorado, and to coordinate the Screen the Screener Project to promote screening among primary care providers in Colorado.
  • CDC: Colorado Integrated Colorectal Screening Program (9/09 - 6/14, Principal Investigator): The University of Colorado will work with CDPHE via the Colorado Colorectal Screening Program to promote colorectal screening awareness to all Coloradans and to provide colorectal screening for the medically underserved in the state and to coordinate patient navigation for colorectal screening.
  • Education:
  • Wellesley College, BA, Biology, 1975
  • University of Wisconsin, MS, Bacteriology, 1977
  • University of Wisconsin, PhD, Bacteriology, 1979
  • University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine, MSPH, 2001
  • University of Colorado Denver

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