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Megan Cherewick, PhD Faculty Profile
Dr. Cherewick received her PhD in International Health from Johns Hopkins University and her MPH, BA and BFA from the University of Michigan. Prior to joining the Department of Health Sciences at CSUEB, she held a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of California, Berkeley. Her areas of interest include global health and health in humanitarian emergencies, child and adolescent development, psychosocial support interventions and evaluation, and, risk and resilience research.
Dr. Cherewick's professional research interests are focused on the identification of risk and resilience processes that impact mental health and developmental trajectories of children, youth and families exposed to concentrated adversity. She is experienced in applied cross-cultural research in low resource contexts and in humanitarian emergences and has over a decade of experience working in the field of Global Health. Dr. Cherewick's work has included improving health service delivery in rural Rwanda, estimating morbidity and mortality following the Haitian earthquake, evaluation of risk and protective factors for mental health and well-being among conflict-affected youth involved in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and, identification of resilience enhancing factors among orphans in Tanzania. Dr. Cherewick specializes in mixed-method research and evaluation and is interested in the intersections of intervention and evaluation science. Dr. Cherewick leads the evaluation of a project at the University of California Berkeley, Discover, which seeks to translate developmental neuroscience to improve the health and well-being of very young adolescents in Tanzania.
- Postdoctoral Scholar, University of California Berkeley (2017)
- PhD, Johns Hopkins University (2016)
- MPH, University of Michigan (2009)
- BA, University of Michigan (2006)
- BFA, University of Michigan (2006)
|Course #||Sec||Course Title||Days||From||To||Location||Campus|
|HSC 130||11||Health Humanities||TU||11:00AM||12:15PM||WEB-ONLINE||Online Campus|
|HSC 400||1A||Health Policy Research||W||8:00AM||9:40AM||WEB-ONLINE||Online Campus|
|HSC 400||1B||Health Policy Research||W||10:00AM||11:40AM||WEB-ONLINE||Online Campus|
|HSC 460||01||Emergency Prep. Response||TU||9:30AM||10:45AM||WEB-ONLINE||Online Campus|
Lafta R., Al-Ani, W., Dhiaa, S., Cherewick, M., Hagopian, A., and Burnham, G. Perceptions, experiences and expectations of Iraqi medical students. BMC Medical Education. 28 March, 2018.
Cherewick, M. and Glass, N. Caregiver and community insights on coping strategies used by adolescents living in conflict- affected communities. Global Public Health. 31 October, 2017
Shaak, K., Lafta, R., Stewart, B., Fowler, T., Al Shatari, S., Cherewick, M., Burnham, G., Wren, S., Groen, R., and Kushner, A. Gender differences in civilian injury in Baghdad from 2003-2014: results of a randomized household cluster survey. Annals of Surgery. 1 Feb 2017.
Cherewick, M., Tol, W., Burnham, G., Doocy, S., and Glass, N. A structural equation model of conflict-affected youth coping and resilience in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine. 26 September 2016.
Cherewick, M., Doocy S., Tol, W., Burnham, G., and Glass, N. Potentially traumatic events, coping strategies and associations with mental health and well-being measures among conflict-affected youth in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Global Health Research and Policy. 11 July 2016.
Cherewick, M., Cherewick S., and Kushner, A. Operative needs in HIV+ populations: an estimation for Sub-Saharan Africa. Surgery. 31 December 2016.
Stewart, B., Lafta, R., Cherewick, M., Al Shatari, S., Flaxman, A., Hagopian, A., Galway, A., Takaro, T., Burnham, B., Kushner, A., and Mock, C. Road traffic injuries in Baghdad from 2003-2014: results of a randomized household cluster survey. Injury Prevention. 5 February 2016.
Cherewick, M., Kohli, A., Remy, M., Murhula, C., Kurhorhwa, A., Bufole, N., Banywesize, J., Ntakwinja, G., Kindja, G., and Glass, N. Coping among conflict-affected youth in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo: A Qualitative Study. Conflict Health. 17 November, 2015.
Lafta, R., Al-Shatari, S., Cherewick, M., Galway, L., Mock, C., Hagopian, A., Flaxman, A., Takaro, T., Greer, A., Kushner, A., and Burnham, G. Injuries, death and disability associated with the 11 years of conflict in Baghdad, Iraq: A randomized household cluster survey. PLOS One. 7 August 2015.
Jennings, L., Na M., Cherewick M., Hindin M., Mullany B., and Saifuddin A. Women’s empowerment and male involvement in antenatal care: Analyses of Demographic and Health Surveys (DHS) in selected African countries. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 30 Aug 2014.
Doocy, S., Cherewick M., and Kirsch, T. Mortality after the Haitian earthquake of 2010: A stratified cluster survey. Population Health Metrics 11(5), 25 Apr 2013.
Doocy, S., Jacquet, G., Cherewick M., and Kirsch, T. Injury Burden of the 2010 Haiti earthquake: A stratified cluster survey. Injury 22 Feb 2013.