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Shayna D. Cunningham, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences
Academic Office Location:
Public Health Sciences
UConn Health
263 Farmington Avenue
Farmington, CT 06030-6325
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Public Health Sciences

Education
DegreeInstitutionMajor
B.S.University of VermontMicrobiology and Molecular Genetics
M.H.S.Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public HealthEpidemiology
Ph.D.Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public HealthSocial and Behavioral Interventions

Awards
Name of Award/HonorAwarding Organization
Health Acceleration Challenge Finalist Team MemberHarvard Business School and Harvard Medical School
Hemsley Challenge Finalist Team MemberUnited Health Group
Loan Repayment Program AwardNational Institutes of Health
Nancy Stephens Student Support FundJohns Hopkins School of Public Health
National Research Service AwardNational Institute of Mental Health
Warren R. Steinbring Award for Excellence in MicrobiologyUniversity of Vermont
SUGRE/FAME Research ScholarshipUniversity of Vermont
National Institutes of Health Summer InternshipNational Institute of Diabetes, Digestive, and Kidney Diseases
Edith T. and Charles Dana Bennett Foundation ScholarshipUniversity of Vermont

Journal Articles

Books

  • Golden R, Collins C, Cunningham SD, Newman E, Card JJ. Best-Evidence Structural Interventions for HIV Prevention. 2013 Jan;

Book Chapters

  • A typology of family engagement in youth development settings.
    Krieder H, Cunningham SD. The Family-School-Community Partnership Series: Promising Practices for Family Engagement in Out-of-School Time. 2011 Jan;
  • Assessing and improving outcomes through a research practice partnership.
    Cunningham SD, Krieder H, Wu J, Morin G. The Family-School-Community Partnership Series: Promising Practices for Family Engagement in Out-of-School-Time. 2011 Jan;17-29
  • Existing longitudinal data sets for the study of health and social aspects of aging.
    Huguet N, Cunningham SD, Newsom JT. Longitudinal Data Analysis: A Practical Guide for Researchers in Aging, Health, and Social Sciences. 2011 Jan;1-42
  • Weighting and complex sampling design adjustments in longitudinal studies.
    Cunningham SD, Huguet N. Longitudinal Data Analysis: A Practical Guide for Researchers in Aging, Health, and Social Sciences. 2011 Jan;43-69
  • Replicating and adapting effective programs.
    Cunningham SD, Solomon J, Card JJ. HIV/AIDS Prevention Practitioner Institute: How to Plan, Implement, and Evaluate your HIV Prevention Program. 2009 Jan;29-60
  • Understanding outcome evaluation strategies.
    Cunningham SD, Peterson JL, Raghupathy S. HIV/AIDS Prevention Practitioner Institute: How to Plan, Implement, and Evaluate your HIV Prevention Program. 2009 Jan;99-122