Carol W. Runyan, PhD
|133 Garfield Street
|1972||Macalester College||BA, Biology|
|1975||University of Minnesota||MPH, Public Health|
|1983||University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill||PhD, Public Health|
|1985||Johns Hopkins University||Injury Epidemiology|
Carol Runyan is a Professor at the Colorado School of Public Health (Epidemiology and Community and Behavioral Health) and at the University of Colorado School of Medicine (Pediatrics). She directs the Pediatric Injury Prevention, Education and Research Program in collaboration with Colorado Children’s Hospital. Dr. Runyan led the University of North Carolina, Injury Prevention Research Center and the National Training Initiative for Injury and Violence Prevention and its PREVENT Program – a national practitioner training program. Her doctoral training focused on the intersections of health behavior, injury epidemiology, and social policy. Her research interests are broad and include injuries to young workers workplace violence, residential injury, and violence on college campuses. She participates on numerous grant review committees, advisory boards, and editorial boards.
|Runyan CW, Pierce M, Shankar V, Bangdiwala S (2013)
Can student perpetrated college crime be predicted based on pre-college misconduct?.
Rauscher K, Runyan CW, Schulman M, Bowling JM. (2008)
U.S. Child Labor Violations: Findings of a National Survey of Adolescents Working in the Retail and Service Sectors..
American Journal of Public Health
Runyan CW, Schulman M, Dal Santo J, Bowling JM, Agans R, Ta M. (2007)
Safety of U.S. Adolescents Working in the retail and service sectors. Pediatrics. 119(3): 526-534..
Pediatrics: vol.119, p.526-534.