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Robert Campbell , PhD

    • Title:
    • Assistant Professor

    • Role:
    • Faculty

    • Faculty Appointments:
    • Assistant Professor, School of Health Professions
      Research Analyst, Center for Health Analytics and Discovery

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    • Office Location:
    • Lester Hall

    • Undergraduate Education:
    • Graduate Education:
    • Master of Science (MS) Preventive Medicine; The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH; August 1997,
      Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Epidemiology and Biostatistics; Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH; May 2006

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    • Affiliation(s):
    • Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
      American Chemical Society
      American Public Health Association
      Association of Rheumatology Health Professions

    • Research Interests:
    • Systemic Lupus Erythematosus, PTSD, Cutaneous Melanoma, LGBT visual cues, Glaucoma amongst Ghanaians, Sexual Childhood Abuse

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    • Hospital:
    • Courses Taught:
    • MPHE 737 - Infectious and Chronic Disease Epidemiology
      MPH 614 - Principles of Epidemiology
      MPHE 624 - Data Management with SAS

    • Current Projects:
    • Social Determinants of Treatment Disparities in Cutaneous Melanoma, Association of Youth Health Care Transition Readiness to Role Overload among Parents of Children with Chronic Illness, Health Related Quality of Life Differences amongst SLE Gullah Patients and Carolina Lupus Study Patients

    • Bio:
    • Robert Campbell, Jr., Ph.D., MS, is Assistant Professor in the Graduate Programs in Public Health and the Center for Health Analytics Discovery at EVMS. Dr. Campbell is a retired Air Force officer with over 26 years of distinguished military service, including two tours of service in Afghanistan and retiring out of the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force-Inspector General. Dr. Campbell completed NIH pre-doctoral and postdoctoral fellowships in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and the Medical University of South Carolina, respectively. As a clinical research epidemiologist, Dr. Campbell has extensive experiences in health services and outcomes research in academic, federal government, military and regulatory settings.   In addition to lupus outcomes research, Dr. Campbell’s expertise and research interest includes PTSD, health disparities, pharmacoepidemiology (gastrointestinal, dental, and dermatologic therapeutic areas), and large database analyses. Dr. Campbell earned his Bachelor of Arts (1987) in Modern Languages (French) at The Citadel and a Master of Science (1997) in Preventive Medicine from The Ohio State University. He received his Doctorate in Philosophy from Case Western Reserve University (2006) where his dissertation examined the multidimensional burden of SLE.