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20072021

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Research interests

Dr. William Calo is a Latino health services researcher. His research program examines how to adapt, implement and evaluate evidence-based interventions to improve cancer prevention and control among diverse and disadvantaged populations. Dr. Calo is currently focused on the impact of interpersonal, systems and policy strategies on HPV vaccine uptake in rural communities and the implementation of locally tailored programs to improve physical activity, nutrition and community-clinical linkages. He applies implementation science methodologies in his studies.

Teaching and educational interests

Dr. William Calo has taught health services research and health policy courses in the Department of Public Health Sciences. He developed a new graduate course, PHS 534 Public Health Law Research and Practice, to give law and public health students a foundation on how to empirically evaluate laws and policies to advance population health with a focus on cancer prevention and control.

Education/Academic qualification

Post-doctoral training, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

20142017

PhD, The University of Texas School of Public Health at Houston

20102014

MPH, University of Puerto Rico School of Public Health

20042005

BS, University of Puerto Rico, College of Natural Sciences

19992004

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