Elizabeth Albert, PhD, MPH

Senior Research Associate
Center for Community Health Integration
School of Medicine

Elizabeth Albert is a writer and researcher with interests in the sociocultural context of health behavior and improving health promotion and cancer prevention activities in the primary care and community setting. Trained in medical anthropology, her work has focused on advancing the use of qualitative and mixed methods, particularly in the areas of tobacco assessment and cessation support. She has extensive experience working collaboratively on large, federally funded projects as a co-investigator, project manager, and qualitative analyst. She is currently a co-Investigator and project manager on a randomized controlled trial aimed at improving equity in smoking cessation for low-income adults. Elizabeth received her PhD in Medical Anthropology at Case Western Reserve University and her Masters in Public Health at the University of Rochester.

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