Shelley M. Brown, MPH

Shelley M. Brown, MPH

Title
Clinical Assistant Professor
Program in Health Science
Office
635 Commonwealth Ave
Email
shelleyb@bu.edu
Phone
617-353-7576
Education
BA Emory University
M.P.H. Boston University
Doctoral Student (PhD, Global Governance and Human Security/Global Health), University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA
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Courses Taught

  • HS 210 Critical Inquiry
  • HS 405 Health Science Practicum
  • HS 450 Non-Communicable Diseases in 21st Century

Scholarly and Practice Interests

Focus on the study of non-communicable diseases, such as diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, mental illness and chronic respiratory diseases globally. Particular interest in design of effective policy interventions and governance issues at it relates to non-communicable diseases.

Consulting and Professional Activities

  • Global Health Consultant, Health Systems Plus Study of Cardiovascular Disease in Nigeria
  • Member, Global Health Council
  • Member, American Public Health Association
  • International Health Section, American Public Health Association
  • Community Engaged Scholarship for Health, Peer Reviewer
  • Community Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)
  • Boston University Women’s Guild (BUWG)

Publications

  • (In press) Brown, S.M., Monahan, A, Daniels, J.E. (2013) Type-2 diabetes in Belize: A cross-sectional study and holistic approach to increasing health education. International Public Health Journal, 2013;5(3).
  • (In press) Brown, S.M., Monahan, A, Daniels, J.E. (2013) Type-2 diabetes in Belize: A cross-sectional study and holistic approach to increasing health education: Building Community Capacity: Case Examples from Around the World. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Presentations

  • Brown, S.M., Monahan, A, Daniels, J.E. (2012) Type-2 diabetes in Belize: A cross-sectional study and holistic approach to increasing health education. American Public Health Association 140th Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Francisco, CA (Accepted)
  • Onyeachom, U.N., Njepuome, N, Brown, S. (2011) Electronic data capture in a resource constrained environment : A case study of Abuja Heart Study. American Public Health Association 139th Annual Meeting and Exposition, Washington, D.C.
  • Brown, S. (2011) Partnering with the Community: Assessing the Impact on Undergraduate Health Practicum on Community Health. Community Campus Partnerships for Health CU Expo, Waterloo, Canada.

        Awards and Honors

        • 2012 Awarded Dean’s Summer Scholarship for Summer Research
        • 2011 Awarded Dean’s Summer Scholarship for Summer Research
        • 2010 Summer Term Curriculum Development Grant
        • 2010 Awarded Dean’s Summer Scholarship for Summer Research
        • 2007 “Best Overall Poster” out of over 80 posters presented at Community Partner Practicum Finale Poster Session, 2007.
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