Bradley Stoner

Bradley Stoner

Stoner’s research addresses social and behavioral determinants of sexually transmitted disease risk, as well as sociocultural factors which influence infectious disease risk in human populations.  He currently serves as Medical Director of the St. Louis STD/HIV Prevention Training Center, as well as Co-Director of the Midwest Center for Capacity Building Assistance for HIV Prevention, and […]

William Tate

Tate has authored scores of scholarly journal articles, book chapters, edited volumes, monographs, and textbooks focused on (1) social determinants of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology attainment; (2) epidemiological models and geospatial applications with a focus on adolescent and child developmental outcomes; and (3) social development of youth in the context of urban communities.

Vetta Sanders Thompson

Thompson is a leading researcher in the areas of racial identity, psychosocial implications of race and ethnicity in health communications, access to health services, and determinants of health and mental health disparities. She has built a unique record of research that combines a sophisticated social science understanding of racial identity, rigorous measurement, and community-based participatory […]
Jenine Harris

Jenine Harris

Harris focuses on closing the gap between discovery and delivery in her methodological and substantive areas of research, and in her teaching and service. Her methodological area of expertise is social network analysis, with a particular interest in statistical modeling of social networks, which she has used to identify gaps in path between discovery and […]
Darrell Hudson

Darrell Hudson

Hudson’s research focuses on racial/ethnic health disparities and the role of social determinants of health, particularly how socioeconomic position and social context affect health and health disparities. He is currently investigating why data show that African Americans — despite bearing a disproportionate burden of physical health disparities and greater exposure to stress — have lower […]

Amy Eyler

Amy Eyler conducts research to advance the study of policies related to physical activity and obesity, as well as broader policy issues in public health. In addition to serving as deputy director of the Prevention Research Center in St. Louis, she co-directs the Policies for Action Child Health Weight Hub. This research hub is funded […]