Congratulations to PhD student Chenoa Allen on having her recently published article featured on Add Health, the official website.of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health. Because Add Health features very few articles each year, this is a tremendous honor!
The article, co-authored by Chenoa, Clea McNeely, DrPH, and Jon Orme, PhD. and titled “Self-Rated Health Across Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration Status for US Adolescents and Young Adults”, was originally published in the January 2016 edition of The Journal of Adolescent Health. Shortly thereafter, the article was selected to be featured on the Add Health website.
Chenoa is is a doctoral student in the PhD in Education, Health Behavior and Health Education concentration program. Prior to coming to UT, she completed her MS in health and medical sciences at the University of California, Berkeley, with a focus on maternal and child health and social epidemiology. Chenoa currently serves as a graduate teaching assistant in the Department of Public Health.
Great job, Chenoa! We are all so proud.