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Craig Hadley, Ph.D., M.A.


RWJF Health & Society Scholar:
2005-2007

Discipline(s):
Anthropology, Global Health, Public Health

Area(s) of Expertise:
Public Health Nutrition, Mental Health, Cultural Epidemiology

E-Mail:
chadley@emory.edu


Background:

Craig Hadley received his PhD in Anthropology with an emphasis in international nutrition from the University of California, Davis in 2003. He is currently an Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studes at Emory College of Arts and Sciences. Hadley’s research interests lie at the intersection of population health and anthropology. Specific research issues include the causes and consequences of household food insecurity, the causes and consequences of current variation in young child feeding practices, and biosocial approaches to understanding the causes of health inequalities, with an emphasis on young children. His recent projects concentrate on East Africa and in the USA all of which utilize qualitative and quantitative methods to examine determinants of health outcomes.


Journal Articles:
Click here for a list of Craig Hadley's available publications in PubMed.

Click here for a list of Craig Hadley's available publications in Google Scholarr


 Publications:

 

 
  Craig Hadley, Volume Editor,
NAPA Bulletin, Anthropological Perspectives on Migration and Health.
NPA Bulletin, 2010

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