The doctoral program is for students with a master’s degree in public health (or equivalent field) who want to advance understanding of health-related behaviors and their determinants at all social levels. Doctoral students gain skills and knowledge in the theoretical foundations of the health behavior field as well as research methods, intervention development and evaluation, and professional development topics. Graduates apply their training to research focused on domestic and global issues. Learn more about the Health Behavior Doctoral Program here.

Current Health Behavior Doctoral Students

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Assistant to Chair: Wendi Seiler
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135 Dauer Drive
302 Rosenau Hall, CB #7440
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7440
(919) 966-3761