Scherezade Kelly Mama, DrPH
Assistant Professor, Department of Public Health Sciences
Dr. Scherezade Mama has more than 12 years of research experience and a broad background in public health, with specific training and expertise in behavioral science, community-based participatory research and mixed-method research. Her current research focuses on designing and disseminating evidence-based physical activity interventions to increase physical activity and reduce psychosocial distress in underserved adults, including racial and ethnic minorities, women, rural residents and cancer survivors.
Dr. Mama is specifically interested in mind-body strategies to increase physical activity, reduce sedentary time and improve psychosocial health and well-being in an effort to prevent and control cancer, reduce cancer health disparities and promote health equity.
- African Americans
- Hispanic Americans
- Cancer Survivors
- Systematic Reviews