Hometown City/Country: Bridgman, Michigan/ USA
Undergraduate Degree/Institution: BS Microbiology/ East Tennessee State University
Graduate Degree/Institution: MPH/East Tennessee State University
Graduate program: Doctor of Public Health, Epidemiology
Year of Entry: Fall of 2010
Research Advisor: Dr. Wu
Research Interests: Childhood obesity, Autism
Holt, N., Schetzina, K.E., Dalton , W.T., Tudiver, F., Fulton-Robinson, H., Wu,T. Primary Care Practice Addressing Child Overweight and Obesity: A Survey of Primary Care Physicians at Four Clinics in Southern Appalachia. Southern Medical Journal (E-published; In print soon).
Dalton, W.T., Schetzina, K., Holt, N., Robinson, H., Ho, A., Tudiver, F., Wu, T. Parent-Led Activity and Nutrition (PLAN) for Healthy Living: Design and Methods. Contemporary Clinical Trials (In Press).
Wu, T., Dalton, W.T., Schetzina K.E., Robinson, H., Holt, N., Wang, L., Ho, A., Tudiver, F. Examining the Relation of Multiple Aspects of the Home Food Environment with Dietary Intake and Weight among Overweight and Obese Children Residing in Southern Appalachia. Health Behavior and Education (In review).
04/2010 Silver Spring Student Research Seminar, East Tennessee State University: “Primary Care Providers Attitudes, Barriers, and Skill Levels in the Treatment of Childhood Obesity and Overweight.”
02/2011 Primary Care Research Day, Quillen College of Medicine: “Primary Care Practice Addressing Child Overweight and Obesity: A Survey of Primary Care Physicians at Four Clinics in Southern Appalachia”
03/2011 Tennessee Department of Environment and Conversation: “Parent-Led Activity and Nutrition (PLAN) for Healthy Living: Program Overview and Preliminary Findings”