Diane Louise Rowley, MD
Dr. Rowley is board certified in pediatrics and preventive medicine who has spent 30 years examining infant and pregnancy health disparities. She is involved in conceptualizing health inequity and in creating tools to evaluate institutional equity.
MHCH 665 Introduction to Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
Health Equity Seminar
Dr. Rowley has been involved in research on infant and pregnancy health disparities, community based research, health equity, and program evaluation .
Member, Bureau of Maternal and Child Health Healthy Start Technical Expert Panel
The Durham Business Chain Safe and Secure Children curriculum evaluation
The impact of social disadvantage on preconception health, illness, and well-being: An intersectional analysis. Kara Crews, Jennifer Culhane, Vijaya Hogan, Lisa Levenstein, Leith Mullings, Cheryl Mwaria, Diane Rowley (2013). American Journal of Health Promotion, 27.
The Society for the Analysis of African-American Public Health Issues (SAAPHI). R Hasson, W Jenkins, C Jones, C Prince, D Rowley (2013). American journal of public health.
Disparities in infant mortality and effective, equitable care: Are infants suffering from benign neglect? Vijaya Hogan, V Hogan, Diane Rowley, D Rowley (2012). Annual Review of Public Health, 33.
MPH, N/A, Harvard School of Public Health, 1987
Residency, Preventive Medicine, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1983
Internship/Residency, Pediatrics , Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia, 1980
MD, Medicine, Meharry Medical College, 1977
BA, History, Wellesley College, 1973