Jarrett A. Johnson, D.rP.H., M.S., C.H.E.S.
Cancer Prevention Fellow, Genomic Epidemiology Branch, Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program
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Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program
Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences
National Cancer Institute
National Institutes of Health
9609 Medical Center Drive, Rm. 4E222, MSC 9763
Bethesda, MD 20892
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- Health education and promotion
- Community-based participatory research
- Prostate cancer health disparities
- Cancer survivorship
- Social determinants of health
- Dr.P.H. – Community Health Behavior and Education
Georgia Southern University
- M.S. – Health Services Administration
- B.S. – Biology
The State University of New York, College at Buffalo (Buffalo State)
Dr. Jarrett A. Johnson is a Cancer Prevention Fellow with the Genomic Epidemiology Branch (GEB) of the Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP). In this role, he works with Dr. Damali Martin and others in the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences (DCCPS) to examine psychosocial and sociocultural factors related to prostate cancer outcomes in men of African descent across the continuum of care.
Prior to joining EGRP, Dr. Johnson was a fellow under mentor Dr. Jerry Suls in the Basic Behavioral and Psychological Sciences Branch of DCCPS’s Behavioral Research Program (BRP). He was also a project coordinator at Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Cancer Prevention and Population Sciences, Office of Cancer Health Disparities Research.
Ross L, Johnson J, Smallwood SW, Luque JS, Tedders SH, Airhihenbuwa CO, MAN UP Prostate Cancer Advocates, Alford T, Underwood W 3rd. Using CBPR to extend prostate cancer education, counseling, and screening opportunities to urban-dwelling African-Americans. J Cancer Educ. 2016 Dec;31(4):702-08.
Luque JS, Roy S, Tarasenko SN, Ross L, Johnson J, Gwede CK. Feasibility study of engaging barbershops for prostate cancer education in rural African-American communities. J Cancer Educ. 2015 Dec;30(4):623-28.
Johnson J, Ross L, Iwanenko I, Schiffert J, Sen A. Are podcasts effective at educating African-American Men about diabetes? Am J Mens Health. 2012 Sep;6(5):365-67.
Anderson-Lewis C, Ross L, Johnson J, Green BL, Kohler CL. Explaining and improving breast cancer information acquisition among African-American women in the Deep South. South Med J. 2012 Jun;105(6):294-99.
Ross L, Dark T, Orom H, Underwood W, Anderson-Lewis C, Johnson J, Erwin DO. Patterns of information behavior and prostate cancer knowledge among African-American men. J Cancer Educ. 2011 Dec;26(4):708-16.