Saint Louis University


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Research Interests: Social Support and Control; Social Determinants; Community-Based Participatory Research

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Teaching Interests/Courses: Doctoral student professional development; Science, theory, and public health research; Historical, philosophical, and political bases of health education (co- instructor); Community diagnosis

Teaching Interests/Courses: Doctoral student professional development; Science, theory, and public health research; Historical, philosophical, and political bases of health education (co- instructor); Community diagnosis

Education History: PhD, Health Behavior/Education, University of Michigan
MPH, Health Behavior/Education, University of Michigan
BA, Psychology, University of Vermont

SLU faculty since: 1995



Salus Center, 313

(314) 977-3218
bakerpa@slu.edu

 

Elizabeth Baker, PhD, MPH is the chair of the Department of Behavioral Science & Health Education. Dr. Baker is also the Co-Director of the Doctoral Program at the College for Public Health & Social Justice as well as the Co-Director of the Prevention Research Center.

Dr. Baker's main areas of interest are in social networks/social support, control and other social determinants of health (e.g., race and income), and the ways in which these influence community and individual capacity to create desired changes. Dr. Baker is a member of the American Public Health Association.