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There will always be inequalities in society, but the magnitude of their effects on health is within our control. Why not make things better?
- Sir Michael Marmot

Shannon Mejía, PhD, Assistant Professor

Shannon Mejia
Shannon Mejía, PhD.
Assistant Professor

Dr. Shannon Mejía teaches two concentration courses, CHLH 575: Chronic Disease Prevention and CHLH 577: Health Program Evaluation.

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Research and Professional Interests

Dr. Mejía’s research areas include:

  • Health Technologies to support self-monitoring and behavior change
  • Interdependence in health and well-being among married couples in older adulthood
  • Intraindividual variability in health indicators and health behaviors