Department of Public Health

Dr. Marianne Sullivan

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Office:   Hunziker Wing 149
Phone:   973-720-3481
Email:   sullivanm19@wpunj.edu
Office Hours:   Fall 2012: Wed 12:15-1:15 pm; Thurs 4-6 pm

Department: Public Health
Position: Assistant Professor
Area Specialization: Community and Environmental Health; Community Health Assessment; Community Based Participatory Research

Education:

DrPH, Sociomedical Sciences, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University.

MPH, Behavioral Sciences, University of California, Berkeley.

BA, Cultural Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA.

Selected Publications

Peer-Reviewed Books

Tainted Earth: Smelters, Public Health and the Environment, Rutgers University Press, 2014.

Book Chapters

Sullivan M, Chao S, Allen C, Kone A, Krieger JW, Pierre-Louis M. Community Research Partnerships: Perspectives from the Field. In Minkler M, Wallerstein N, eds. Community Based Participatory Research for Health. Jossey Bass, San Francisco, 2003:113-130.

Selected Peer Reviewed Articles

Sullivan M. An Historical Example of Selective Publication: Lead Smelter Workers and Cancer. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health 2012;18(2):124-9.

Sullivan M. Asarco and the Occupational Standard for Inorganic Arsenic: Contested Science and Exposed Workers. Public Health Reports 2007 July-Aug;122:541-547.

Sullivan M, Bhuyan R, Senturia K, Shiu-Thornton S, Ciske S. Participatory action research in practice: a case study in addressing domestic violence in nine cultural communities. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2005 Aug;20(8):977-95.

Shiu-Thornton S, Senturia K, Sullivan M. "Like a bird in a cage": Vietnamese women survivors talk about domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2005 Aug;20(8):959-76.

Sullivan M, Senturia K, Negash T, Shiu-Thornton S, Giday B. "For us it is like living in the dark": Ethiopian women's experiences with domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2005 Aug;20(8):922-40.

Bhuyan R, Mell M, Senturia K, Sullivan M, Shiu-Thornton S. "Women must endure according to their karma": Cambodian immigrant women talk about domestic violence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence 2005 Aug;20(8):902-21.

Cheadle A, Sullivan M, Krieger JW, Ciske SJ, Shaw M, Eisinger A, Higgins DL. Using a Participatory Approach to Provide Assistance to Community Based Organizations: the Seattle Partners Community Research Center. Health Education and Behavior 2002;29(3):383-394 .

Sullivan M, Kone A, Senturia KD, Chrisman NJ, Ciske SJ, Krieger JW. Researcher and Researched-Community Perspectives: Toward Bridging the Gap. Health Education and Behavior 2001;28(2):130-149.

Selected Presentations

Sullivan M. Can we learn from a toxic past? U.S. Smelters, Public Health, and the Environment in the 20th Century. Labor and Working Class History Association Meeting. New York, NY. June 2013.

Sullivan M. Data and Disparities: Assessing access to autism services among low-income Latinos in Nassau County. From the Outside In: Sustainable Futures for Global Cities and Suburbs. Hempstead, NY March 2013.

Sullivan M. Corporate practices and public health: a review of current thinking in the field. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Denver, CO. November 2010.

Sullivan M. Community health and smelting in historical perspective. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Philadelphia, PA. November 2009.

Sullivan M. Politics of environmental pollution in the post-war period: Asarco’s Tacoma copper smelter. American Public Health Association Annual Meeting. Washington, DC. November 2007.

Fellowships and Grants

Environmental Protection Agency, Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Fellow.

American Legacy Foundation Fellow. Columbia University, Center for Applied Public Health.

Related Professional Experience

Epidemiologist, Public Health Seattle & King County.

Courses Taught

Epidemiology, Environmental Health, Health Research Methods I, Program Evaluation, Community Health Assessment, Program Planning & Implementation, Introduction to Public Health, Health, Disease, Society & the Environment