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Beth
Renee Dail
Marshall
,
DrPH

Assistant Scientist
Beth Marshall

Departmental Affiliations

Center & Institute Affiliations

Beth Marshall, DrPH ’11, MPH 03, works with community partners to evaluate and develop school based programs to improve students’ health, academic achievement & social skills.

Contact Info

615 N. Wolfe Street, Room E4612
Baltimore
Maryland
21205
US        
410-614-3956

Research Interests

High school Programs; School Health; adolescent health; healthy schools; health education; sexual health education; Middle School programs; youth development; academic achievement; youth voices;
Experiences & Accomplishments
Education
MPH
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2003
DrPH
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
2011
Overview
Dr. Marshall is the Associate Director of the Center for Adolescent Health and an Assistant Scientist in the Department of Population, Family and Reproductive Health. Her undergraduate training is in health education and she was a certified K-12 educator in the state of Maryland. Her Masters and Doctoral training (both at the Bloomberg School of Public Health) focused on child health and development particularly how that development is shaped by schools. She has almost two decades of experience collaboratively conducting research and evaluation projects focused on schools and health primarily in urban school settings.

Her particular expertise in evaluating school based programs aimed at improving the academic achievement, social skills, and health of students as well as the practical design of surveys and data collection procedures developed in collaboration with community partners. Through collaborations at Hopkins including the Rales Center for the Integration of Health and Education and the Hopkins Consortium for School Based Health she focuses on the adaptation of programming young people including recess programs, screening programs, and sexual health education. This adaptation work is driven and supported by the Centers for Disease Control's Prevention Research Program which supports the Center for Adolescent Health at Hopkins where her work focuses on the inclusion of young people in all aspects of Center work from research to dissemination.
Honors & Awards
2019, 2020 Excellence in Teaching, Schools and Health
2015-2016 SOURCE Service Learning Service Faculty Fellow
2015 Population, Family, and Reproductive Health Departmental Student Association Mentor Appreciation Award
2008-2009 John and Alice Chenoweth-Pate Fellow
2007 Selected participant at the Quasi-experimental Design and Analysis in Education workshop
2005 – 2006 Maternal and Child Health Section Fellow, American Public Health Association
2003 Delta Omega, Public Health Honor Society
1998 Golden Key Honor Society
1998 Delta Kappa Gamma, Education Honor Society
Select Publications
Selected publications from the last 20 years
  • Mmari, K., Smith, A., Gross, S., Marshall, B. (2020). Family and the Neighborhood Influences on Adolescent Food Insecurity. Journal of Urban Health.
  • Powell, T., Jo, M., Smith, A., Marshall, B., Thigpen, S., Offiong, A., Geffen, S. (2020). Supplementing Substance Use Prevention with Sexual Health Education: A Partner-Informed Approach to Intervention Development. Health Promotion Practice.
  • Mmari, K., Marshall, B., Hsu, T., Shon, JW.,, Eguavoen. A. (2016) A mixed methods study to examine the influence of the neighborhood social context on adolescent health service utilization. BMC Health Services Research, 16 (1): 433 – 446.
  • Marshall, B. D., Astone, N., Blum, R. W., Jejeebhoy, S., Delany-Moretlwe, S., Brahmbhatt, H.,& Wang, Z. (2014). Social capital and vulnerable urban youth in five global cities. Journal of Adolescent Health, 55: S21-S30
  • Hohenemser, L., Marshall, B. (2002). Utilizing a Youth Development Framework to Establish and Maintain a Youth Advisory Committee. Health Promotion Practice, 3(2): 158 –168.
Projects
Preparing the Next Healthy Generation (ACCE)
Military Child Initiative
Integrated Health Interventions for Students
FAB youth Study (Food assistance among Baltimore Youth)
Project Vital (Vacant Lot Improvement to Improve Adolescent Lives)
Maryland Optimal Adolescent Health Program