|2020, PhD, Texas Woman’s University, Population Health2012, MS, University of Central Arkansas, Health Sciences 2009, BS, University of Central Arkansas, Health Education|
Cancer health disparities and behavioral health across the cancer continuum, with a focus on survivorship. I have great interest in the development of theory-driven research strategies focused on diminishing cancer survivor inequities especially among those experiencing an extra layer of health disadvantage such as rural, racial and ethnic minority, low education, and low-income adults. I’m interested in collaborating in multi-disciplinary, multi-institutional, and multi-state teams to achieve equitable cancer and health outcomes and build large, diverse cancer epidemiology cohorts.
|Allen JL, Du R, Powell T, Hobbs K, Amick BC. Characterizing Cancer and Work Disparities using Electronic Health Records. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 2022, 19(23), 15887.Allen JL, Wiginton K, Nakarmi J, Golman M, Amick BC 3rd. Physical Activity as a Mediator for Health Outcomes Among Sexual Minority Adults. LGBT Health. 2023;10(2):158-168. Amick BC, Allen JL, Brown CC, Goudie A, Tilford M, Williams M. Racial differences in COVID-19 vaccine acceptance in Arkansas. PLoS One. 2023;18(5):e0268876. Allen JL, Amick BC, Williams ML, Kennedy JL, Boehme KW, Forrest JC, Primack B, Sides EA, Nembhard WN, Garner SF, Snowden J, James LP, Olgaard E, Gandy J. A Longitudinal Study of SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Seroprevalence and Mitigation Behaviors among College Students at an Arkansas University. Journal of American College Health.|