Jim Thomas, PhD

 
 
 
 
Associate Professor
Epidemiology

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Personal website
REACH NC (Collexis) Research Profile

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Campus Box 8120
Chapel Hill 27516
USA
T: 919-966-7434

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Education
1998 Fuller Theological Seminary, CA Ethics
1987 University of California, Los Angeles PhD, Epidemiology
1982 University of California, Los Angeles MPH, Population and Family Health
1977 University of California, Davis BS, Nutrition Science
 
Teaching
     
EPID 826 Social Epidemiology: Concepts and Measures Syllabus
 
Research and practice interests

  • Ethics
  • Evidence-based public health
  • Global health
  • Health care delivery
  • Infectious diseases
  • Minority health
  • Public health practice
  • Sexually transmitted diseases
 
Practice activities

Ethics in public health emergencies

 
Staff/administrative responsibilities

Deputy Director for HIV and Infectious Diseases, MEASURE Evaluation Project, Carolina Population Center

 
Key publications
Thomas JC, Torrone E, Browning C (2010)
Neighborhood characteristics affecting sexually transmitted disease rates in Chicago.
Journal of Urban Health: vol.87, p.102-12.

Thomas JC, Isler MR, Carter C, Torrone E (2007)
An interagency network perspective on HIV prevention..
Sexually Transmitted Disease: vol.34, p.71-75.

Thomas JC, Torrone E. (2006)
Incarceration as forced migration: Selected community health effects.
American Journal of Public Health: vol.96, p.1762-5.

Thomas JC, Sage M, Dillenberg J, Guillory VJ (2002)
A code of ethics for public health.
American Journal of Public Health: vol.1057-9, p.1057-9.

Thomas JC, Thomas K. (1999)
Things ain’t what they ought to be: Social forces underlying high rates of sexually transmitted diseases in a rural North Carolina county.
Social Science & Medicine: vol.49, p.1075-84.