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									                                       CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME:                                                LISA M. KLESGES

DATE & PLACE OF BIRTH:                               December 13, 1959; Milbank, South Dakota

OFFICE ADDRESS:                                      School of Public Health
                                                     205 Scates Hall
                                                     The University of Memphis
                                                     Memphis, TN 38152
                                                     Telephone: (901) 678-4637
                                                     Fax: (901) 678-4831
                                                     E-mail: lmklsges@memphis.edu

HOME ADDRESS & TELEPHONE:                            3146 Bedford Lane
                                                     Germantown, TN 38139
                                                     Telephone: (901) 860-9143

ACADEMIC DEGREES:

       B.A.            1982         Concordia College; Moorhead, Minnesota (Psychology, Religion)
       M.S.            1991         The University of Memphis, Tennessee (Psychology/Research Methods)
       Ph.D.           1995         School of Public Health; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota
                                    (Epidemiology/Behavioral Epidemiology)

PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS:

Primary Appointments
1995-1999      Assistant Professor; Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology; Department of Preventive
               Medicine; University of Tennessee, Memphis; Memphis, TN
1999-2004      Associate Professor (tenured 7/01); Department of Preventive Medicine; University of Tennessee
               Health Science Center; Memphis, TN
2004-2006      Senior Associate Consultant; Division of Epidemiology; Department of Health Sciences Research;
               Mayo Clinic; Rochester, MN
2006-2008      Associate Member; Department of Epidemiology and Cancer Control; St. Jude Children’s
               Research Hospital; Memphis, TN
2008-present   Professor; School of Public Health; The University of Memphis; Memphis, TN

Administrative Appointments
2003-2004       Chair & Director; Master of Science in Epidemiology Program; College of Graduate Health
                Sciences; University of Tennessee Health Science Center; Memphis, TN
2008-present    Director; School of Public Health; The University of Memphis; Memphis, TN

Other Academic Appointments
1996-2004      Faculty Member; College of Graduate Health Sciences; University of Tennessee, Memphis, TN
1997-2004      Adjunct Faculty Member; Department of Economics; The University of Memphis; Memphis, TN
1998-2004      Adjunct Faculty Member; Department of Psychology; The University of Memphis; Memphis, TN
2000-2004      Associate Professor (joint appointment); Department of Pediatrics; University of Tennessee
               Health Science Center; Memphis, TN
2004-2006      Adjunct Associate Professor; Departments of Preventive Medicine & of Pediatrics; University of
               Tennessee Health Science Center; Memphis, TN
2005-2006      Associate Professor of Epidemiology; Mayo Clinic College of Medicine; Mayo Clinic; Rochester,
               MN
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2005-2006        Adjunct Associate Professor; Division of Epidemiology & Community Health; School of Public
                 Health; University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN
2006-2008        Associate Professor; Departments of Preventive Medicine & of Pediatrics; University of
                 Tennessee Health Science Center; Memphis, TN
2008-present     Adjunct Professor; Departments of Preventive Medicine & of Pediatrics; University of Tennessee
                 Health Science Center; Memphis, TN
2009-present     Full Member; Graduate Faculty; University of Memphis
2009-present     Adjunct Faculty; Department of Epidemiology & Cancer Control; St. Jude Children’s Research
                 Hospital; Memphis, TN

Professional and Research Experience
1983-1985       Research Associate; Programs in Health and Behavior; Department of Biology; North Dakota
                State University; Fargo, ND
1985-1986       Research Associate; Health Research Group; Center for Applied Psychological Research;
                University of Memphis; Memphis, TN
1986-1989       Statistician; Department of Clinical Research; Schering-Plough, Inc.; Memphis, TN
1989-1992       Research Associate; Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology; University of Tennessee,
                Memphis; Memphis, TN
1992-1993       Graduate Research Assistant; Division of Epidemiology; School of Public Health; University of
                Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN (on leave from University of Tennessee)
1993-1994       Statistician; Division of Biostatistics and Epidemiology; Department of Preventive Medicine;
                University of Tennessee, Memphis; Memphis, TN
1992-1995       Graduate Student (on scholarship following 1/94); Division of Epidemiology; School of Public
                Health; University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN

CURRENT PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY MEMBERSHIPS:
Fellow, North American Association for the Study of Obesity
American Academy of Health Behavior
American College of Epidemiology
American Public Health Association
Division 38, Health Psychology, American Psychological Association
International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
Society of Behavioral Medicine

HONORS AND AWARDS:
1978-1982  Merit Scholarship, Concordia College, Moorhead, Minnesota
1978-1982  Aid Association for Lutherans Scholarship, National Program
1981       Psi Chi psychology honor society
1982       Omicron Delta Kappa academic honor society
1982       Magna Cum Laude graduate
1994, 1995 Graduate School Tuition Scholarships, University of Minnesota
1998       Certificate of Appreciation, Shelby County Mayor Jim Rout, 4th Annual Crime Victims’ Awards,
           Memphis, Tennessee
1999       Excellence in Teaching Award, Student Government Association, University of Tennessee Health
           Science Center, Memphis
2008       Nominated; Standing Committee on Childhood Obesity Prevention; Institute of Medicine
2008       Nominated; US Preventive Services Task Force; Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality

RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Childhood Obesity Prevention
Population Translational Research and Dissemination
Cancer Prevention and Control
Health Behavior Change and Outcomes Measurement
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GRANT SUPPORT:
Pending Research Proposals
Kids Café: Impact of a National Feeding Program on Children’s Dietary Behaviors. National Institutes of Health.
    9/1/10-8/31/12. (Consultant).
University of Tennessee Clinical and Translational Science Institute. National Center for Research Resources.
    07/01/2010- 6/31/2015 U54-RR0260904 (Co-Investigator).
Reducing Race and SES Disparities in Obesity. National Heart Lund and Blood Institute. 4/1/10-3/31/15. (Co-
    Investigator; PI subcontract).

Current Research Proposals
Scorecard: Adapting and Disseminating a Community-based Physical Activity Program. Prevention Research
    Center; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 07/01/09-06/30/2014. (Consultant).
Establishment of a Lifetime Cohort of Adults Surviving Childhood Cancer. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
    Institutional Protocol. 6/2008-current. (Co-Investigator).
Neurocognitive Functions in Long-term Survivors of ALL Exposed to Corticosteroids. St. Jude Children's Research
   Hospital Institutional Protocol. 6/2008-current. (Co-Investigator).
Long-term Neurological, Neurocognitive, and Cerebrovascular Outcomes after Cranial Radiation for Acute
   Lymphoblastic Leukemia in Two Cohorts: Cohort#1=1700-1900cGy, Cohort #2=≥2300cGy. St. Jude Children's
   Research Hospital Institutional Protocol. 6/2008-current. (Co-Investigator).
Translational Research for the Prevention and Control of Diabetes. National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and
    Kidney Diseases. 4/1/2007-3/28/2012; DK-078077; $2,778,443. (Consultant).

Completed Research Proposals
Food and Physical Environmental Influences on Body Mass Index, Dietary Intake, and Physical Activity Change in
    the Girls' Health Enrichment Multi-site Studies. St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Institutional Protocol,
    1/1/2008-12/31/2008. (Principal Investigator).
Decreasing Weight Gain in African-American Preadolescent Girls: Field and Coordinating Centers. National Heart,
    Lung, and Blood Institute; Phase II, 12/1/02 – 2/28/08; HL-62662; $3,447,188. (Co-Investigator).
Social Desirability Bias in Self-Reported Obesity-Related Behaviors in the National Growth and Health Study
    Cohort. Clinical Research Grants Program, Mayo Clinic. 10/1/05-6/16/06, $34,961. (Principal Investigator).
Feasibility of Constructing Growth Curves in Pediatric Medical Records of an Existing Population-based Birth
    Cohort. Health Sciences Research Grants Program, Mayo Clinic. 6/1/05-9/30/05, $10,000. (Principal
    Investigator).
Resource Center: Behavioral Maintenance and Sustainability. Office of Behavioral and Social Science Research,
    NIH, 2/1/04-1/31/06, HD-47143. (Consultant).
Development and Validation of a Primary Care Screening Tool to Assess Obesity-related Risk Behaviors in
    Children and Adolescents. Health Sciences Research Grants Program, Mayo Clinic. 11/1/04-10/31/05, $10,000.
    (Principal Investigator).
A Framework, Network, and Resource Center for Evaluating and Enhancing the Reach and Translation of Evidence-
    Based Health Promotion Strategies. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 11/1/02 – 8/14/05, $203,054.
    (Principal Investigator, Subcontract).
Data Cooperative for the Behavioral Change Consortium. National Cancer Institute, NIH, 9/1/2002-1/31/2005,
    $102,143 Supplement to CA-80725. (Principal Investigator, Supplement Funding).
Innovative Approaches to Disease Prevention through Behavior Change: Cross-Site Analyses of Behavioral Change
    Consortium Interventions. National Institute of Neurologic Disease & Stroke, 1/1/02-12/31/03, $244,234.
    (Principal Investigator, Subcontract from University of Minnesota).
The Effect of Pharmacist Medication Counseling on Polypharmacy: Patient Outcomes in a Community Setting.
    Pharmacy Resident Medication Safety Grant. American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Foundation,
    2/1/04-6/30/04, $10,000. (Consultant).
Healthy Start Initiative: Eliminating Disparities in Perinatal Health. U. S. Department of Health & Human Services,
    Maternal & Child Health Bureau, Healthy Start Initiative, DHHS 6H49MC00036-01-S1R0, 9/1/00-6/30/04,
    $2,000,000. (Evaluator).
Decreasing Weight Gain in African-American Preadolescent Girls: Field and Coordinating Centers. National Heart,
    Lung, and Blood Institute; Phase I, 4/1/99-11/30/02; HL-62662; $3,447,188. (Co-Investigator).
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Memphis Alliance for Public Health Research (MAP). Le Bonheur Health Systems, Inc., 7/1/98-6/30/04, R07-
     323702, $825,000. (Co-Director).
Randomized Trial to Reduce Sedentary Behavior in the Working Poor. National Cancer Institute & Office of
     Behavioral & Social Science, 4/14/99–1/31/04, CA-80725, $2,317,658. (Co-Investigator).
Coordinated Community Response to Domestic Violence in Memphis & Shelby County, Tennessee. LHS Inc.,
     6/1/03-12/31/03, $360,725 (Phase I, $75,000). (Principal Investigator).
Shelby Alliance for Faith-based Efforts Against Sexual Assault (SAFE): Training and Resource Center. LHS, Inc.,
     1/01/01-12/31/03, $500,000. (Consultant).
Community Phone Survey of Violence Against Women in Shelby County, Tennessee. LHS Inc., 11/1/01-6/30/03,
     $295,518. (Co-Principal Investigator).
Health Status and Health Care for Battered Women and Their Children: A Program Project. LHS, Inc., 6/1/01-
     5/31/03, $204,168. (Principal Investigator).
Evaluating and Enhancing the Reach and Dissemination of Health Promotion Interventions: Behavior Change
     Consortium. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 11/1/00 – 10/31/02, $139,945. (Co-Principal Investigator).
Nicotine Replacement and Oxidative Stress in Pregnancy. National Institute of Child Health and Human
     Development, 1/1/99-12/31/02, HD-37225, $97,169. (Principal Investigator).
Memphis/Shelby County Early Childhood Collaborative Alliance: Phase I. Le Bonheur Children’s Medical Center,
     5/1/01-12/31/01, $625,000. (Evaluator).
Treating Nicotine Addiction in Pregnancy. National Institute of Drug Abuse, 01/01/99 – 12/31/01, DA-10527. (Co-
     Investigator).
Randomized Trial of a Faith-Based Home Visitation Program for Prevention of Prematurity. LHS Inc., 7/1/99-
     12/31/01, R07-323727, $679,028. (Principal Evaluator).
Faith-based Community Organization to Reduce Sexual Violence: Planning Grant. LHS, Inc., 12/1/00-8/31/01,
     $32,084. (Co-Principal Investigator).
Attitudes, Awareness, & Prevalence of Domestic Violence in Faith Communities. LHS, Inc., 7/1/2000-8/30/2001,
     $109,336. (Consultant).
Memphis Preterm Birth Project: Predictors & Prevention of Preterm Birth in High-Risk Pregnancies. Partnership
     for Women’s and Children’s Health. 7/1/98 – 6/30/01, (Co-Investigator).
Evaluation Support for Community Health Promotion: Partnership for Women’s & Children’s Health, Le Bonheur
     Children’s Hospital, 1/1/97-12/31/2000, R07-323675, $300,000. (Principal Investigator).
Domestic Violence Assessment Center. Jointly funded: Plough Foundation and LHS, Inc., 12/1/98-11/30/00.
     (Consultant).
The Memphis Strategic Initiative on Sexual Assault. Strategic Approaches to Community Safety, National Institute
     of Justice, 11/98-10/00, IJ-CX-K007, $250,000. (Co-Principal Investigator).
Methods to Evaluate a Community Health Intervention Using Data from Existing Sources. Day Foundation, 5/1/99-
     7/31/00, R06-323748, $125,000. (Co-Investigator).
Development of a Data Surveillance Program for the Juvenile Court of Memphis and Shelby County. LHS, Inc.,
     11/1/99-5/1/00, R07-323702-002, $29,400. (Co-Investigator).
Assessment of the Shelby County Domestic Violence Court. Shelby County Government, 8/1/98 – 7/31/99, R07-
     323719, $19,982. (Co-Investigator).
Evaluation of Victim’s Services for Underserved Minorities. Victim’s Assistance Center, Shelby County
     Government, 8/1/98 – 7/31/99, R07-323709, $13,000. (Co-Investigator).
A Randomized Study of Childhood Injury Prevention Counseling During Prenatal Visits. LeBonheur Children’s
     Medical Center, 6/1/98-5/30/99, $30,000. (Co-Investigator).
Evaluation of a Children’s Program for Witnesses of Domestic Violence. Exchange Club Family Center of
     Memphis, 5/1/98 - 4/30/99, R07-323715, $27,300. (Co- Principal Investigator).
Evaluation of a Facilitated Fathering Intervention in Healthy Families. The Partnership for Women’s and
     Children’s Health, 1/98-12/98, R07-3236-91, $18,998. (Principal Investigator).
Nicotine Replacement Therapy Products: Prevalence of Use & Sources of Access in Minors. Partnership for
     Women’s and Children’s Health, 10/1/97-9/30/98, R07-323684, $30,000. (Principal Investigator).
Witnesses of Family Violence: Evaluation of a Children’s Prevention Program. The Partnership For Women’s and
     Children’s Health, 5/1/97 - 4/30/98, R07-323673, $26,745. (Principal Investigator).
Witnesses of Family Violence: Evaluation of a Children’s Intervention. Methodist Hospitals Foundation, 5/1/97 -
     4/30/98, R07-323673 (Supplement), $8,507. (Principal Investigator).
Availability of Over-the-Counter Nicotine Replacement Therapy to Minors. Partnership for Women’s and
     Children’s Health, 3/1/97 - 2/28/98, R07-3236-84, $24,000. (Co-Investigator).
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Memphis Alliance for Community Health Promotion, Le Bonheur Health Systems Corporation, 1/1/97 – 12/31/97,
    R07-3236-92, $48,241. (Co- Principal Investigator).
Evaluation of a Community-based Cancer Prevention Project: Neighbors for Life. American Cancer Society,
    Tennessee Division, 6/1/96 - 5/31/97, $19,440. (Principal Investigator).
Fluctuations of Plasma Cholesterol and Cancer Occurrence in the Lipid Research Clinics Coronary Primary
    Prevention Trial Follow-up. National Livestock and Meat Board, 1/1/93- 12/31/1994, $37,604. (Statistician).
Pharmacologic Intervention for Postcessation Weight Gain. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 7/1/93 –
    1/15/94, HL-45057, $3,831,629. (Statistician).
Smoking and Body Weight: Analysis of NHANESII and HHANES. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute,
    7/1/91 - 8/30/92, HL-46117, $139,129. (Research Associate).
Weight Gain and Smoking Relapse: A Biobehavioral Approach. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 6/1/88 -
    5/31/92, HL-37332, $1,229,658. (Research Associate).
Behavioral Assessment of Obesity in Preschool Children. National Institute of Child Health and Human
    Development, 7/85 - 8/86, HD-17796, $150,126. (Research Associate).
An Evaluation of Controlled Smoking in the Worksite. National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 9/83 – 7/85, HL-
    30615, $363,376. (Research Associate).


PUBLICATIONS:
                                                  Original Articles

1.    Klesges RC, Coates TJ, Brown G, Sturgeon-Tillisch J, Moldenhauer LM, Holzer B, Woolfrey J, Vollmer J.
      Parental influences on children's eating behavior and relative weight. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis,
      16:371-378, 1983.
2.    Klesges RC, Coates TJ, Moldenhauer-Klesges LM, Holzer B, Gustavson J, Barnes J. The FATS: An
      observational system for assessing physical activity in children and associated parent behavior. Behavioral
      Assessment, 6:333-345, 1984.
3.    Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Swenson A, Pheley AM. A validation of two motion sensors in the prediction of
      child and adult physical activity levels. American Journal of Epidemiology, 122:400-410, 1985.
4.    Glasgow RE, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Vasey M, Gunnarson D. The long-term effects of a controlled smoking
      program: A 2 1/2 year follow-up. Behavior Therapy, 16:303-307, 1985.
5.    Klesges LM, Klesges RC. The assessment of children's physical activity: a comparison of methods. Journal of
      Medicine and Science in Sports & Exercise, 19:511-517, 1987.
6.    Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Brown G, Frank GC. Validation of the 24-hour dietary recall in preschool children.
      Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 87:1383-1385, 1987.
7.    Klesges RC, Glasgow RE, Klesges LM, Morray K, Quale R. Competition and relapse prevention training in
      worksite smoking modification. Health Education Research, 2:5-14, 1987.
8.    Klesges RC, Mizes JS, Klesges LM. Self-help dieting strategies in college males and females. International
      Journal of Eating Disorders, 6:409-417, 1987.
9.    Klesges RC, Somes G, Pascale R, Klesges LM, Murphy M, Brown K, Williams E. Knowledge and beliefs
      regarding the consequences of cigarette smoking and their relationships to smoking status in a biracial sample.
      Health Psychology, 7:387-401, 1988.
10.   Glasgow RE, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Somes GR. Variables associated with participation and outcome in a
      worksite smoking control program. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 56:617-620, 1988.
11.   Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Cigarette smoking as a dieting strategy in a university population. International
      Journal of Eating Disorders, 7:413-419, 1988.
12.   Weber J, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Dietary restraint and obesity: their effects on dietary intake. Journal of
      Behavioral Medicine, 11:185-199, 1988.
13.   Klesges RC, Meyers AW, Klesges LM, LaVasque ME. Smoking, body weight, and their effects on smoking
      behavior: a comprehensive review of the literature. Psychological Bulletin, 106:204-230, 1989.
14.   Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Meyers AW, Klem ML, Isbell T. The effects of phenylpropanolamine on dietary
      intake, physical activity, and body weight after smoking cessation. Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics,
      47:747-754, 1990.
15.   Klesges RC, Eck LH, Hanson C, Haddock CK, Klesges LM. Influences of obesity, social interactions, and
      physical environment on physical activity in preschoolers. Health Psychology, 9:435-449, 1990.
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16. Sanford D, Klesges LM, Wood T. Simultaneous penetrating keratoplasty, extracapsular cataract extraction, and
    intraocular lens implantation. Journal Cataract and Refractive Surgery, 17:824-829, 1991.
17. Audrain JE, Klesges RC, DePue K, Klesges LM. The individual and combined effects of cigarette smoking and
    food on resting energy expenditure. International Journal of Obesity, 15:813-821, 1991.
18. Klesges RC, Klem ML, Epkins C, Klesges LM. A longitudinal evaluation of dietary restraint and its
    relationship to changes in body weight. Addictive Behaviors, 16:363-368, 1991.
19. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Meyers AW. Relationship of smoking status, energy balance, and body weight:
    analysis of the Second National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. Journal of Consulting and Clinical
    Psychology, 59:899-905, 1991.
20. Klesges RC, DePue KJ, Audrain J, Klesges LM, Meyers A. W. Metabolic effects of nicotine gum and cigarette
    smoking: potential implications for postcessation weight gain? Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology,
    59:749-752, 1991.
21. Isbell TR, Klesges RC, Meyers AW, Klesges LM. Measurement reliability and reactivity using repeated
    measurements of resting energy expenditure using a face mask, mouthpiece, and ventilated canopy. Journal of
    Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 15:165-168, 1991.
22. Klesges RC, Stein RJ, Eck LH, Isbell TR, Klesges LM. Parental influence on food selection in young children
    and its relationship to childhood obesity. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 53:859-864, 1991.
23. Klesges LM, Klesges RC, Cigrang JA. Discrepancies between self-reported smoking and carboxyhemoglobin:
    an analysis of the Second National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. American Journal of Public
    Health, 82:1026-1029, 1992.
24. Klesges RC, Klem ML, Klesges LM. The relationship between changes in body weight and changes in
    psychosocial functioning. Appetite, 19:145-153, 1992.
25. Klesges RC, Isbell TR, Klesges LM. Relationship between dietary restraint, energy intake, physical activity,
    and body weight: a prospective analysis. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 101:668-674, 1992.
26. Klesges RC, Haddock CK, Stein RJ, Klesges LM, Eck LH, Hanson CL. Relationship between psychosocial
    functioning and body fat in preschool children: a longitudinal investigation. Journal of Consulting and Clinical
    Psychology, 60:793-796, 1992.
27. Wilson DK, Klesges LM, Klesges RC, Eck LH, Hackett-Renner CA, Alpert BS, Dalton ET. A prospective
    study of familial aggregation of blood pressure in young children. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 45:959-
    969, 1992.
28. Eck L, Hackett-Renner C, Klesges LM. Impact of diabetes, dietary intake, physical activity, smoking status on
    body mass index in NHANES II. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 56:329-333, 1992.
29. Gavant ML, Ellis JV, Klesges LM. Diagnostic efficacy of excretory urography with low-dose, nonionic
    contrast media. Radiology, 182:657-660, 1992.
30. Gavant ML, Ellis JV, Klesges LM. Maximizing opacification during excretory urography: effect of low-
    osmolarity contrast media. Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal, 43:111-115, 1992.
31. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Haddock CK, Eck LH. Longitudinal analysis of dietary intake and physical activity
    on weight change in adults. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 55:818-822, 1992.
32. Scruggs D, Cowan G, Klesges LM, Defibaugh N, Walker R, Kuyper B, Hiler M. Weight loss and caloric intake
    after regular and extended gastric bypass. Obesity Surgery, 3:233-238, 1993.
33. Klesges RC, Klesges LM. The relationship between body mass and cigarette smoking using a biochemical
    index of smoking exposure. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, 17:585-591,
    1993.
34. Klesges RC, Shelton ML, Klesges LM. Effects of television on metabolic rate: potential implications for
    childhood obesity. Pediatrics, 91:281-286, 1993.
35. Klesges RC, Ray JW, Klesges LM. Caffeinated coffee and tea intake and its relationship to cigarette smoking:
    analysis of the Second National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANESII). Journal of Substance
    Abuse, 6:407-418, 1994.
36. Klesges RC, Mealer CZ, Klesges LM. Effects of alcohol intake on resting energy expenditure in young women
    social drinkers. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 59:805-809, 1994.
37. DeBon M, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Symptomatology across the menstrual cycle in smoking and nonsmoking
    women. Addictive Behaviors, 20:335-343, 1995.
38. Eck LH, Pascale RW, Klesges RC, Ray JA, Klesges LM. Predictors of waist circumference change in healthy
    young adults. International Journal of Obesity and Related Metabolic Disorders, 19:765-769, 1995.
39. French SA, Jeffery RW, Klesges LM, Forster J. Weight concerns and change in smoking behavior over two
    years in a working population. American Journal of Public Health, 85:720-722, 1995.
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40. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Eck LH, Shelton ML. A longitudinal analysis of accelerated weight gain in
    preschool children. Pediatrics, 95:126-130, 1995.
41. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, DeBon M, Isbell T, Klem ML, Shelton ML. Effects of phenylpropanolamine on
    smoking withdrawal symptoms. Psychopharmacology, 119:85-91, 1995.
42. Audrain JE, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Relationship between obesity and the metabolic effects of smoking in
    women. Health Psychology, 14:116-123, 1995.
43. Eck LH, Klesges LM, Klesges RC. Precision and estimated accuracy of two short-term food frequency
    questionnaires compared with recalls and records. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, 49:1195-1200, 1996.
44. Klesges LM, Murray D, Brown J, Cliver S, Goldenberg RL. Relations of cigarette smoking and dietary
    antioxidants with placental calcification. American Journal of Epidemiology, 147:127-135, 1998.
45. Klesges LM, Pahor M, Shorr RI, Wan JY, Williamson JD, Guralnik JM. Financial difficulty in acquiring food
    among elderly disabled women: results from the Women’s Health and Aging Study. American Journal of
    Public Health, 91:68-75, 2001.
46. Klesges LM, Johnson KC, Ward KD, Barnard M. Smoking cessation in pregnant women. Obstetrics and
    Gynecology Clinics of North America, 28:269-282, 2001.
47. Henning KR, Klesges LM. Utilization of counseling and supportive services by victims of domestic violence.
    Violence and Victims, 17:623-636, 2002.
48. Glasgow RE, Bull S, Gillett C, Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski D. Behavior change intervention research in health
    care settings: a review of recent reports with emphasis on external validity. American Journal of Preventive
    Medicine, 23:62-69, 2002.
49. Coday M, Klesges LM, Garrison RJ, Johnson KC, O’Tool M, Morris S. Health Opportunities with Physical
    Exercise (HOPE) Trial: social contextual interventions to reduce sedentary behavior in urban settings. Health
    Education Research: Theory & Practice, 17:637-647, 2002.
50. Klesges LM, Johnson K, Somes G, Zbikowski S, Robinson L. Nicotine replacement therapy use in adolescent
    smokers and nonsmokers. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 157:517-522, 2003.
51. Sherwood NE, Story M, Beech B, Klesges LM, Mellin A, Neumark-Sztainer D, Davis M. Body image
    perceptions and dieting among African American preadolescent girls and parent/caregivers. Ethnicity &
    Disease, 13:200-207, 2003.
52. Henning KR, Klesges LM. Prevalence and characteristics of psychological abuse reported by court-involved
    battered women. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 18:857-871, 2003.
53. Beech BM, Klesges RC, Kumanyika SK, Murray D, Klesges LM, McClanahan B, Slawson C, Nunnally C,
    Pree-Cary J. Memphis results of girls’ health enrichment multi-site studies: New approaches to obesity
    prevention among young African-American girls. Ethnicity & Disease, 13:S40-S54, 2003.
54. Estabrooks PA, Dzewaltowski DA, Glasgow RE, Klesges LM. Reporting of validity from school health
    promotion studies in 12 leading journals, 1996-2000. Journal of School Health, 73:21-28, 2003.
55. Cullen K, Baranowski T, Klesges LM, Watson K, Sherwood N, Story M, Zakeri I, Leach-Slawson D, Pratt C.
    Correlates of dietary behaviors of 8-10 year old African-American girls. Obesity Research, 12:20S-31S, 2004.
56. Matheson D, Wang Y, Klesges LM, Beech B, Kraemer HC, Robinson TN. African-American girls’ dietary
    intake while watching television. Obesity Research, 12:32S-37S, 2004.
57. Dzewaltowski DA, Glasgow RE, Klesges LM, Estabrooks PA, Brock E. RE-AIM: Evidence-based standards
    and a web resource to improve translation of research into practice. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 28:75-80,
    2004.
58. Klesges LM, Baranowski T, Beech B, Cullen K, Murray DM, Rochon J, Pratt C. Social desirability bias in
    self-reported dietary, physical activity and weight concerns measures in 8-10 year old African-American girls.
    Preventive Medicine, 38:S78-87, 2004.
59. Taylor WC, Baranowski T, Klesges LM, Ey S, Pratt C, Rochon J, Zhou A. Psychometric properties of
    optimism and pessimism: results from the Girls’ Health Enrichment Multisite Studies. Preventive Medicine,
    38:S69-77, 2004.
60. Sherwood NE, Taylor WC, Treuth M, Klesges LM, Baranowksi T, Zhou A, Pratt C, McClanahan B, Robinson
    TN, Pruitt L, Miller W. Measurement characteristics of activity-related psychosocial measures in 8- to 10-year-
    old African- American girls in the Girls health Enrichment Multisite Studies (GEMS). Preventive Medicine,
    38:S60-68, 2004.
61. Sherwood NE, Beech BM, Klesges LM, Story M, Killen J, McDonald T, Pratt C, Zhou A, Cullen K,
    Baranowski J. Measurement characteristics of weight concern and dieting measures in 8- to 10-year-old
    African-American girls from GEMS pilot studies. Preventive Medicine, 38:S50-59, 2004.
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62. Cullen K, Klesges LM, Sherwood N, Baranowski T, Pratt C, Slawson D. Measurement characteristics of diet-
    related psychosocial questionnaires among African-American parents and their 8- to 10-year-old daughters from
    Girls’ health Enrichment Multi-site Studies. Preventive Medicine, 38:S34-42, 2004.
63. Baranowski T, Klesges LM, Cullen K, Himes J. Measurement of outcomes, mediators and moderators in
    behavioral obesity prevention research. Preventive Medicine, 38:S1-13, 2004.
64. Glasgow RE, Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski D, Bull SS, Estabrooks P. The future of health behavior change
    research: what is needed to improve translation of research into health promotion practice? Annals of
    Behavioral Medicine, 27:3-12, 2004.
65. Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Klesges LM, Bull SS, Glasgow RE. Behavior change research in
    community settings: how generalizable are the results? Health Promotion International, 19(2):235-245, 2004.
66. Johnson K, Klesges LM, Somes G, Coday M, DeBon M. Availability of over-the-counter nicotine replacement
    therapy to minors. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 158:212-216, 2004.
67. Klesges LM, Estabrooks PA, Dzewaltowski DA, Bull SS, Glasgow RE. Beginning with the application in
    mind: designing and planning health behavior change interventions to enhance dissemination. Annals of
    Behavioral Medicine, 29:66S-75S, 2005.
68. Bartlett-Prescott J, Klesges LM, Kritchevsky SB. Health promotion referrals in an urban clinic: removing
    financial barriers influences physician but not patient behavior. American Journal of Health Promotion,
    19(5):376-382, 2005.
69. Glasgow RE, Ory M, Klesges LM, Cifuentes M, Fernald D, Green L. Practical and relevant measures of health
    behaviors for primary care settings. Annals of Family Medicine, 3:73-81, 2005. Appendix material available
    at: http://www.annfammed.org/cgi/content/full/3/1/73/DC1
70. Cooper T, Klesges LM, DeBon M, Klesges RC, Shelton ML. An assessment of obese and nonobese girls’
    metabolic rate during television viewing, reading, and resting. Eating Behaviors, 7:105-114, 2006.
71. Kumn-Nji P, Mangrem CL, Wells PJ, Klesges LM, Herrod HG. Black-White differential use of health services
    by young children in a rural Mississippi community. Southern Medical Journal, 99:957-962, 2006.
72. Glasgow RE, Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Vogt TM. Evaluating the impact of health
    promotion programs: using the RE-AIM framework to form summary measures for decision making involving
    complex issues. Health Education Research, 21:688-694, 2006.
73. Watson K, Baranowski T, Thompson D, Jago R, Baranowski J, Klesges LM. Innovative application of a
    multidimensional item response model in assessing the influence of social desirability on the pseudo-
    relationship between self-efficacy and behavior. Health Education Research, 21:s85-s97, 2006.
74. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Vander Weg M, DeBon M, Poston WSC, Ebbert J, Hays JT, Haddock CK.
    Characteristics of Air Force personnel who choose pharmacological aids for smoking cessation following an
    involuntary tobacco ban and tobacco control program. Health Psychology, 26:588-97, 2007.
75. Dalton WT, Klesges LM, Beech BM, Kitzmann KM, Kent AE, Veazey-Morris KD. Comparisons between
    African American girls’ and parents’ perceptions of girls’ weight concerns and weight control behaviors. Eating
    Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention, 15:231-46, 2007.
76. Zink T, Klesges LM, Levin L, Putnam F. Abuse Behavior Inventory: cut-point, validity, and characterization of
    discrepancies. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 7:921-31, 2007.
77. Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski DA, Glasgow RE. Review of external validity reporting in childhood obesity
    prevention research. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 34: 216-223, 2008. [with editorial]
78. Lanctot JQ, Klesges RC, Stockton MB, Klesges LM. Prevalence and characteristics of energy underreporting
    in African-American girls. Obesity, 16: 1407-1412, 2008.
79. Reddy JG, Ebbert JO, Klesges LM, Enders FT, Klesges RC, Lanctot JQ, McClanahan BS. The relationship
    between caffeine and blood pressure in preadolescent African American girls. Ethnicity & Disease, 18:283-8,
    2008.
80. Klesges RC, Obarzanek E, Klesges LM, Stockton M, Beech BM, Murray D, Lanctot J, Sherrill-Mittleman D.
    Girl’s health enrichment multi-site studies (GEMS), Phase 2: Design and baseline characteristics.
    Contemporary Clinical Trials. Contemporary Clinical Trials, 29:42-5, 2008.
81. Rooks RN, Simonsick EM, Klesges LM, Newman AB, Ayonayon H, Harris TB. Racial disparities in health
    care access and cardiovascular disease indicators in black and white older adults in the Health ABC study.
    Journal of Aging and Health, 20:599-614, 2008.
82. Robien K, Ness K, Klesges LM, Baker KS, Gurney JG. Poor adherence to dietary guidelines among adult
    survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Journal of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, 30:815-22,
    2008.
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83. Zink T, Klesges LM, Stevens S, Decker P. The development of a sexual abuse severity score: characteristics of
    childhood sexual abuse associated with trauma symptomatology, somatization and alcohol abuse. Journal of
    Interpersonal Violence, 24: 537-546, 2009.
84. Hervey K, Vargas D, Klesges LM, Fischer PR, Trippel S, Juhn YJ. Overweight among refugee children after
    arrival in the United States. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 20: 246-256, 2009.
85. Sherrill-Mittleman DA, Klesges LM, Lanctot JQ, Stockton ML, Klesges RC. Measurement characteristics of
    dietary psychosocial scales in a weight gain prevention study with 8-10 year old African American girls.
    Health Education Research, 24: 586-595, 2009.
86. Wang MC, Horne SG, Levitt H, Klesges LM. Christian women in IPV relationships: An exploratory study in
    religious factors. Journal of Psychology and Christianity (in press).
87. Stockton MB, Lanctot JQ, McClanahan BS, Klesges LM, Klesges RC, Kumanyika S, Sherrill-Mittleman D.
    Self-perception and body image associations with body mass index among 8- to 10-year-old African American
    girls. Journal of Pediatric Psychology (in press).
88. Dalton WT, Klesges LM, Henderson L, Somes G, Robinson L, Johnson KC. Gender, smoking status, and risk
    behavior attitudes explain adolescents’ patterns of nicotine replacement therapy use. Addictive Behaviors (in
    press).
89. Dalton WT, Klesges LM, Sherrill-Mittleman DA, Stockton MB, Allen S, Klesges RC. Family context related to
    body image, weight concerns and weight control behaviors in preadolescent African American girls. American
    Journal of Health Behavior (submitted).
90. Kumanyika S, Beech B, McClanahan B, Stockton M, Lanctot J, Slawson D, Klesges LM, Klesges RC. Design
    and Implementation of the Obesity Prevention Program in the Memphis Girls Health Enrichment Multisite
    Studies (GEMS) Trial. American Journal of Health Behavior (drafted).
91. Klesges RC, Obarzanek E, Klesges LM, Beech B, Kumanyika S, McClanahan B, Stockton M, Lanctot J, Relyea
    G, Murray D, Sherrill-Mittleman D, Slawson D. The Memphis Girls Health Enrichment Multisite Study
    (GEMS): An evaluation of the long-term efficacy of an obesity prevention intervention in African American
    girls. Annals of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine (drafted).

                                        Books, Book Chapters and Letters

Monographs & Chapters
1. Klesges RC, Meyers AW, Klesges LM. Smoking cessation and body weight change. The health benefits of
   smoking cessation: A report of the Surgeon General. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, DHHS
   Publication No. (CDC) 90-8416, pages 469-515, 1990.
2. Klesges LM. Overweight in children and adolescents: social environmental influences. Modifiable
   Environmental and Behavioral Determinants of Overweight Among Children and Adolescents. National
   Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health. Bethesda, MD. Obesity,
   14, pages 942-944, 2006.

Editorials & Research Letters
1. Garrison RJ, Klesges LM, Applegate WB. Improving dietary patterns and physical activity levels among
    children and adolescents. JAMA, 276:195, 1996.
2. Mirvis DM, Klesges LM. Poverty and health: a simple matter of money? Tennessee Medicine, 92:258-260,
    1999. [Invited]
3. Glasgow RE, Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Klesges LM, Bull S. Response from the Behavior Change
    Consortium Representativeness and Translation Work Group: the issue is one of impact, not of world-view or
    preferred approach. Health Education Research: Theory & Practice, 17:696-699, 2002.
4. Kum-Nji P, Mangrem CL, Wells PJ, Klesges LM, Herrod HG. Environmental tobacco smoke and children’s
    use of health services. Southern Medical Journal, 97:1140-1142, 2004.
5. Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Klesges LM, Glasgow RE. TREND: An Important Step, But Not Enough.
    American Journal of Public Health, 94:1474, 2004.
6. Klesges LM. Obesity therapy in context. Obesity-Sibutramine: Drugs in Context, 1(6):239-240, 2005. [Invited]
7. Glasgow RE, Green LW, Klesges LM, Abrams DB, Fisher EB, Goldstein MG, Hayman LL, Ockene JK,
    Orleans CT. External validity: we need to do more. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31:105-108, 2006.
8. Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski DA, Christensen AJ. Are we creating relevant behavioral medicine research?
    Show me the evidence! Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31:3-4, 2006. [Invited]
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9.  Dunn A, Resnicow K, Klesges LM. Improving measurement methods for behavior change interventions:
    opportunities for innovation. Health Education Research 21:s121-s124, 2006. [Invited]
10. Beresford SAA, Klesges LM, Rockett HRH. The examination of two short dietary assessment methods, within
    the context of multiple behavioral change interventions in adult population: Introduction. Journal of Nutrition,
    138:183S-184S, 2008. [Invited]

Published Abstracts not Presented
1. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Coates TJ. Observational system for assessing mealtime behaviors in children and
   associated parent behavior. In M. Hersen & A. S. Bellack (Eds.), Dictionary of Behavioral Assessment
   Techniques. NY: Pergamon Press, 1988.
2. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Coates TJ. An observational system to quantify social, environmental, and parental
   influences on physical activity in children. In M. Hersen & A. S. Bellack (Eds.), Dictionary of Behavioral
   Assessment. NY: Pergamon Press, 1988.

                                                    Abstracts

Meeting Presentations
Conference Symposia
1. Glasgow RE (Chair), Bull SS, Klesges LM, Estabrooks P, Dzewaltowski D. The poor external validity of
   health promotion research and what can be done to facilitate translation of research to practice. Presented at:
   24th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Salt Lake City, Utah. Annals of Behavioral
   Medicine, 25, S169, 2003.
2. Allegrante J (Chair), Glasgow RE, Bull SS, Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski D, Estabrooks P. Poor external validity
   of health promotion research, and what can be done to facilitate translation of research to practice: lessons
   learned from the NIH Behavioral Change Consortium. 2003 Society of Public Health Education Annual
   Meeting; San Francisco, California, 2003. [Invited]
3. Baranowski T (Chair), Klesges LM, Cullen K, Treuth M, Masse L. Improving behavioral measurement for the
   next 25 years of childhood obesity prevention research: the Girl's health Enrichment Multi-site studies (GEMS).
   25th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Baltimore, Maryland, 2004.
4. Klesges LM (Chair), Williams G, Glasgow RE, Kerner J. Methods to evaluate public health impact of
   behavioral interventions for decision making. Annual Meeting of Society of Behavioral Medicine; San
   Francisco, California. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31, S186-7, 2006.
5. Klesges LM & Kumanyika K (Co-Chairs), Stockton MB, Obarzanek E. Memphis GEMS: A family based
   weight gain prevention intervention for 8-10 year old African American girls. International Society of
   Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity; Banff, Alberta, Canada, 2008.
6. Klesges LM (Chair), Glasgow RE, Estabrooks P, Green LW. Application of External Validity Criteria for
   Translation Research. 2nd Annual NIH Conference on Science of Dissemination and Implementation: Building
   Research Capacity to Bridge the Gap from Science to Service; Bethesda, Maryland, 2009.
7. Cardon G (Chair), Estabrooks P, Aittasalo M, Van Acker R, Dunton GF, Klesges LM (Discussant). Gathering
   information beyond effectiveness to enhance dissemination: using the RE-AIM framework for the evaluation of
   physical activity interventions. International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity;
   Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2010 [Submitted].

Research Presentations
1. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Swenson A, Pheley A. Reliability and validity of mechanical activity monitors in the
    prediction of child and adult physical activity levels. The Association for the Advancement of Behavior
    Therapy, Philadelphia, PA, 1984.
2. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Brown G, Weber J, Manderfeld M, Swenson A. Evaluation of the validity and
    generalizability of 24-hr dietary recall in children. The Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy,
    Houston, TX, 1985.
3. Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Cigarette smoking as a weight loss strategy. The Association for the Advancement
    of Behavior Therapy, Chicago, IL, 1986.
4. Klesges LM, Klesges RC, Mizes JS. Dietary strategies of a college population. The Society of Behavioral
    Medicine, San Francisco, CA, 1986.
5. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Murphy M, Williams E, Manderfeld M. Knowledge of health risks associated with
    smoking: An epidemiological investigation. The Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA, 1986.
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6.    Glasgow R, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Predictors of participation and outcome in a work-site smoking control
      program. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, D.C., 1987.
7.    Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Glasgow R. Worksite smoking modification with competition and relapse
      prevention. Society of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, DC., 1987.
8.    Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Weber J. Association of chronic dieting and obesity with dietary intake. The Society
      of Behavioral Medicine, Washington, D.C., 1987.
9.    Pascale R, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Murphy M, Brown K, Williams E, Somes G. Predicting smoking status:
      results of a randomized, two-community sample. Proceedings of Society of Behavioral Medicine 9th Annual
      Scientific Sessions, 95 [Abs.], 1988.
10.   Klem ML, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Meyers AW, Isbell T. The effects of phenylpropanolamine on weight
      gain following smoking cessation. The Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington,
      D.C., 1989.
11.   Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Meyers AW, Klem M, Isbell T. The effects of phenylpropanolamine on dietary
      intake, physical activity, and body weight after smoking cessation. Association for Advancement of Behavior
      Therapy, San Francisco, CA, 1990.
12.   Klesges RC, Klesges LM. The relationship of carbon monoxide exposure and body weight in cigarette
      smokers: Analysis NHANESII. Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Francisco, CA,
      1990.
13.   Klesges LM, Klesges RC, Meyers AW. The relationship of cigarette smoking, body mass, and energy balance
      variables. Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Eleventh Annual Scientific Sessions, 73 [Abs.],
      1990.
14.   Klesges LM. Relationship of parity, body mass, and caloric intake in a biracial sample. Proceedings of Society
      of Behavioral Medicine 11th Annual Scientific Sessions, 175 [Abs.], 1990.
15.   Sanford DK, Klesges LM, Wood TO. Simultaneous penetrating keratoplasty, extracapsular cataract extraction,
      and intraocular lens implantation. American Society of Cataract and Refractory Surgery, Los Angeles, CA,
      1990.
16.   Hultquist CM, Eck LH, Klesges RC, Shuster ML, Klesges LM. Resting energy expenditure and thermic effect
      of food in overweight and normal weight children. American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting,
      Orlando, FL, 1991.
17.   Klesges LM, Klesges RC, Cigrang J. Factors associated with validityof smoking status self-reports.
      Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Twelfth Annual Scientific Sessions, 72 [Abs.], 1991.
18.   Klesges RC, Klesges LM. The relationship between smoking and body weight using a biochemical index of
      smoking exposure. Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Twelfth Annual Scientific Sessions,
      161 [Abs.], 1991.
19.   Klesges RC, Klesges LM, White JA. The relationship between caffeine intake and smoking status in NHANES
      II. The Society of Behavioral Medicine Twelfth Annual Scientific Sessions, 167 [Abs.], 1991.
20.   Ziegler CD, Klesges LM, Klesges RC. The relationship between alcohol consumption and body mass index in
      NHANES II. Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Twelfth Annual Scientific Sessions, 149
      [Abs.], 1991.
21.   Audrain JE, Klesges RC, DePue KJ, Klesges LM. The metabolic effects of cigarette smoking on the thermic
      response to food. Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Twelfth Annual Scientific Sessions, 162
      [Abs.], 1991.
22.   Haddock CK, Stein RJ, Klesges RC, Eck LH, Klesges LM. Childhood psychological functioning and body fat:
      a longitudinal analysis. Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Twelfth Annual Scientific
      Sessions, 120 [Abs.], 1991.
23.   Gavant ML, Ellis JV, Klesges LM. Diagnostic quality and contrast media. Radiology, 181(P), 285 [Abs], 1991.
24.   Eck LH, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Haddock CK. Prediction of body weight change in adults. Presented at:
      The 75th Annual American Dietetic Association Meeting, Washington, D. C., 1992.
25.   Eck LH, Klesges LM, Klesges RC. Precision and accuracy of short-term food frequency questionnaires
      compared with recalls and records. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 59, 284S [Abs], 1992.
26.   Amarshi N, Robinson M, Laizure SC, Gelfand M, Stevens RC, Klesges LM. Co-relation of antibiotic usage
      patterns to the emergence of methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Pharmacotherapy, 12, 254
      [Abs], 1992.
27.   Klesges LM, Klesges RC, Eck L, Somes G. Longitudinal predictors of obesity in preschool children. The
      Society for Epidemiologic Research 25th Annual Meeting, 240 [Abs.], 1992.
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28. Eck L, Hultquist C, Shuster M, Klesges LM, Klesges RC. Differences in thermic effect of food in normal and
    overweight preadolescent girls. Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Thirteenth Annual
    Scientific Sessions, 97 [Abs.], 1992.
29. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Isbell TR, Klem ML, DeBon M, Shuster ML. Are changes in body weight associated
    with changes in psychosocial functioning? Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Thirteenth
    Annual Scientific Sessions, 103 [Abs.], 1992.
30. Wilson DK, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Eck LH, Renner C, Dalton E, Alpert BS. Familial aggregation of blood
    pressure in children. Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Thirteenth Annual Scientific
    Sessions, 77 [Abs.], 1992.
31. DeBon M, Klesges LM, Klesges R, Cohen R. Children's perceptions of fatness and dieting. Proceedings of
    The Society of Behavioral Medicine Thirteenth Annual Scientific Sessions, 93 [Abs.], 1992.
32. Shuster ML, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Metabolic effects of television viewing in school-aged children.
    Proceedings of The Society of Behavioral Medicine Thirteenth Annual Scientific Sessions, 65 [Abs.], 1992.
33. DeBon MW, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Symptomatology across the menstrual cycle in smoking and
    nonsmoking women. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 15, S133 [Abs], 1993.
34. DeBon MW, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. The effects of the menstrual cycle in smoking and nonsmoking women.
    Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 15, S133 [Abs], 1993.
35. Kritchevsky SB, Klesges LM. Change in polyunsaturated & saturated fat intake and cancer risk in the Coronary
    Primary Prevention Trial. 34th Conference on Cardiovascular Disease Epidemiology and Prevention (AHA),
    Miami, Florida, 1994.
36. French SA, Klesges LM, Jeffery J, Forster J. Weight concerns and change in cigarette smoking over two years
    in a cohort of working adults. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 16, S43 [Abs], 1994.
37. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Eck L, Shelton M. Longitudinal analysis of weight gain and body fat distribution in
    preschool children. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 16, S62 [Abs], 1994.
38. Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Audrain JE. Obesity status and its relationship to the metabolic effects of smoking.
    Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 16, S85 [Abs], 1994.
39. Klesges RC, Mealer C, Klesges LM. Alcohol’s impact on metabolic rate of smokers and nonsmokers. Annals
    of Behavioral Medicine, 16, S109 [Abs], 1994.
40. Eck LH, Klesges LM, Pascale RW, Klesges RC, Ray J. Predicting girth change: methodological
    considerations. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 16, S124 [Abs], 1994.
41. Eck LH, Pascale RW, Klesges RC, Ray JW, Klesges LM. Predictors of girth change in adults. Annals of
    Behavioral Medicine, 15, S125 [Abs], 1994.
42. Eck LH, Debon MW, Klesges RC, Peacher-Ryan H, Klesges LM. Gathering dietary intake during the
    menstrual cycle. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 15, S165 [Abs], 1994.
43. Klesges LM, Cliver S, Goldenberg RL. Placental calcification: relationships with maternal cigarette smoking
    and dietary antioxidant intake. American Journal of Epidemiology, 143, S54 [Abs], 1996.
44. Klesges LM, Pahor M, Guralnik J, Shorr RI, Williamson JD. Financial difficulty acquiring food and nutritional
    health: results from the Women’s Health and Aging Study. The Gerontologist, 37, S216 [Abs], 1997.
45. Eck LH, Relyea G, Klesges LM. Awareness of nutrient intake adequacy in adult women. The American
    Dietetic Association 80th Annual Meeting; Boston, MA, 1997.
46. Jones C, Richey P, Harshfield G, Klesges LM. Family income and cardiovascular risk in youths. American
    Society of Hypertension 12th Scientific Meeting; New York, NY, 1997.
47. Kum-Nji P, Mangram CM, Wells P, Klesges LM, Herrod H. Asthma and reactive airway disease: the
    experience of a private pediatric practice in rural Mississippi. Southern Society of Pediatric Research; New
    Orleans, Louisianna, 1998.
48. Klesges LM, Henning KR, Powell W, Mosley J. Prevalence and predictors of child witnesses of domestic
    violence: Results from Shelby County, Tennessee. 4th International Conference on Children Exposed to Family
    Violence; San Diego, California, 1998.
49. Henning KR, Klesges LM. Enhancing interventions for domestic violence through the use of GIS mapping
    technology. 4th International Conference on Children Exposed to Family Violence; San Diego, California,
    1998.
50. Henning KR, Klesges LM, Gooch M, Holdford R, Epstein A. Children’s perceptions of severity, threat, and
    self-blame from interparental conflicts. 4th International Conference on Children Exposed to Family Violence;
    San Diego, California, 1998.
51. Somes GW, Bush A, Klesges LM, Klesges RC. Weight gain associated with a quit smoking program. Fifth
    International Conference of Behavioral Medicine; Hellerup, Denmark, 1998.
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52. Henning KR, Klesges LM, Powell W. Development of a court-based data surveillance system for victims of
    misdeanor domestic violence. Evaluation & Family Violence Research: An International Conference; Durham,
    New Hampshire, 1998.
53. Klesges LM, DeBon M, Klesges RC. Television viewing and reading versus resting: effects on metabolism.
    Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 20, S068 [Abs], 1998.
54. Harshfield GA, Jones C, Richey P, Klesges LM, Alpert BS. Determinants of LV mass in a biracial sample of
    youths. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 20, S085 [Abs], 1998.
55. Klesges LM, Pahor M, Shorr RI, Williamson JD, Guralnik J. Financial difficulty acquiring food and inadequate
    nutrition services related to poor health in older disabled women. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 20, S114
    [Abs], 1998.
56. Johnson KC, Klesges LM, Somes G, Coday M. Availability of over-the-counter nicotine replacement therapy
    products to minors. 4th Annual Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco, New Orleans,
    Louisiana, 1998.
57. Betts P, Janikowski R, Henning K, Scott H, Klesges LM. Multi-disciplinary perspectives on rape and sexual
    assault. 1999 Annual Meeting of the Association for Humanist Sociology; Memphis, Tennessee, 1999.
58. Henning K, Powell W, Booker Z, Klesges LM. Evaluation of a specialized court for handling domestic
    violence cases. 51st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology; Toronto, Ontario; Canada, 1999.
59. Scott H, Janikowski R, Betts P, Klesges LM, Henning K. Sexual assault in the city of Memphis: intervening on
    behalf of adolescent females at risk. 51 st Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology; Toronto,
    Ontario; Canada, 1999.
60. Klesges LM, Henning KR, Arheart K, Henderson E, Powell W. Epidemiology of children exposed to domestic
    violence: results from a criminal justice surveillance system in Shelby County, TN. 6 th International Family
    Violence Conference; Durham, New Hampshire, 1999.
61. Klesges LM, Henning KR, Barnard M, Ey S Patterson S, Alpert B. Adolescents’ exposure to interparental
    conflict in their home environment: relationships with blood pressure response. 6 th International Family
    Violence Conference; Durham, New Hampshire, 1999.
62. Jones AR, Klesges LM, Henning K, Gooch M. Predictors of completion of a children’s domestic violence
    program: implications for program design. 6 th International Family Violence Research Conference; Durham,
    New Hampshire, 1999.
63. Booker ZJ, Henning KR, Klesges LM, Powell W. Reports of forced sexual activity among domestic violence
    victims. 6th International Family Violence Research Conference; Durham, New Hampshire, 1999.
64. Henning KR, Klesges LM, Arheart K. Utilization of counseling services by victims of domestic violence. 6 th
    International Family Violence Research Conference; Durham, New Hampshire, 1999.
65. Henning KR, Powell W, Booker Z, Klesges LM. Evaluation of the Shelby County domestic violence court. 6 th
    International Family Violence Research Conference; Durham, New Hampshire, 1999.
66. Hannah S, Janikowski R, Betts P, Henning K, Klesges LM. Sexual Assault in the City of Memphis:
    Preliminary Results from the DOJ's Strategic Initiative on Community Safety. The Academy of Criminal
    Justice Sciences Annual Meetings; Orlando, Florida, 1999.
67. Bush A, Somes G, Klesges LM, Klesges R. Predicting success in a quit-smoking program. Sixth International
    Congress of Behavioral Medicine; Queensland, Australia, 2000.
68. Henning K, Klesges LM, Feder L. Prevalence and impact of psychological abuse among court-involved
    battered women. 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology; San Francisco, California,
    2000.
69. Janikowski R, Betts P, Henning K, Scott H, Klesges LM. Strategies to reduce rape and sexual assault.
    Presented at: 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology; San Francisco, California, 2000.
70. Betts P, Chermak S, Coldren J, Costello S, Feyerherm W, Forde D, Fuggitti L, Hartstone E, Henning K,
    Janikowski R, Kane RJ, Kapsch SJ, Klesges LM, Lou L. Strategic approaches to community safety initiative:
    theories & applications. 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Society of Criminology; San Francisco,
    California, 2000.
71. Jones AR, Klesges LM, Gooch M, Reid A. Predictors of attendance and attrition in an intervention for children
    exposed to domestic violence. Victimization of Children and Youth: An International Research Conference;
    Durham, New Hampshire, 2000.
72. Barnard M, Klesges LM, Arheart AL. Characteristics of domestic violence incidents in pregnant women:
    implications for health outcomes. Victimization of Children and Youth: An International Research Conference;
    Durham, New Hampshire, 2000.
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73. Betts PG, Henning K, Janikowski R, Klesges LM, Scott H. Beyond stranger-acquaintance: reconceptualizing
    the victim-offender relationship in cases of sexual assault. National Sexual Violence Prevention Conference;
    Dallas, Texas, 2000.
74. Scott H, Betts PG, Henning K, Janikowski R, Klesges LM. Victim-offender age differences and a
    reconsideration of statutory rape charging as a prosecutorial strategy. 1 st National Sexual Violence Prevention
    Conference; Dallas, Texas, 2000.
75. Janikowski R, Betts PG, Henning KR, Klesges LM, Scott H. Suspects named in sexual assault incidents: an
    analysis of criminal histories. 1st National Sexual Violence Prevention Conference; Dallas, Texas, 2000.
76. Jones AR, Klesges LM, Henning KR. Relationships between psychological functioning and perceptions of
    threat and self-blame in children exposed to domestic violence. 16 th Biennial Conference on Human
    Development; Memphis, Tennessee, 2000.
77. Klesges LM, Barnard M, Henning K, Ey S, Alpert B. Exposure to family conflict and cohesion: blood pressure
    response in adolescents. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 22, S139 [Abs], 2000.
78. Barnard M, Klesges LM, Arheart K. Characteristics of domestic violence incidents in pregnant women. Annals
    of Behavioral Medicine, 22, S164 [Abs], 2000.
79. Klesges LM, Johnson K, Somes G, Robinson L, Zbikowski S. Prevalence and characteristics of nicotine
    replacement therapy use in adolescents. 6th Annual Meeting of Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco;
    Alexandria, Virginia, 2000.
80. Jones AR, Klesges LM, Gooch MN. Strategies for improving service utilization by children exposed to
    domestic violence. 6th International Conference on Children Exposed to Family Violence; San Diego,
    California, 2001.
81. Klesges LM, Barnard M, Arheart K, Henning KR. Characteristics of domestic violence in pregnant and non-
    pregnant victims. Congress of Epidemiology 2001; Toronto, Canada, 2001.
82. Klesges LM, Johnson KC, DeBon M, Klesges RC. Nicotine replacement therapy use in U.S. Air Force military
    recruits. 7th Annual Meeting of the Society for Research on Nicotine and Tobacco; Seattle, Washington, 2001.
83. Richey PA, Klesges LM, Beech BM, Garrison RJ. Validity of self-reported height and weight in 3rd - 6th grade
    students. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 23, S098 [Abs], 2001.
84. Henderson AD, Klesges LM, Henning KR, Arheart K. Predictors of children’s level of involvement in
    domestic violence. 2002 National Conference on Health Care and Domestic Violence, Atlanta, Georgia, 2002.
85. Klesges LM, Vick C, Henderson AD, Henning KR. Health care access & exposure to domestic violence
    screening in battered women. 2002 Annual Meeting, American College of Epidemiology, Albuquerque, New
    Mexico. Annals of Epidemiology, 12, 515 [Abs], 2002.
86. Henderson D, Klesges LM, Arheart K, Anderson AS. Characteristics of service utilization by children
    witnessing domestic violence: results of a community survey. 110th Annual Convention of the American
    Psychologic Association, Chicago, Illinois, 2002.
87. Estabrooks P, Dzewaltowski DA, Glasgow R, Klesges LM. Translating research to practice: examining the
    external validity of school-based behavior change interventions. 1st Annual Meeting of International Society for
    Behavioral Nutrition & Physical Activity, Seattle, Washington, 2002.
88. Klesges LM, Baranowski T, Cullen K, Beech B, Murray D, Pratt C. Social desirability bias in self-reported
    diet, physical activity and weight concerns measures in 8-10 year-old African-American girls: Results from
    GEMS. 2nd Conference of the International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity; Quebec
    City, Quebec, Canada, 2003.
89. Coday M, Garrison R, Klesges LM, Ma J, O’Toole M, Morris S. Health opportunities with physical exercise
    trial: 12-mo comparison of peer vs provider intervention. 2 nd International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and
    Physical Activity Conference; Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 2003.
90. Klesges LM, Henderson D, Vick CC. Access and utilization of health care in female victims of domestic
    violence. 24th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Salt Lake City, Utah. Annals of
    Behavioral Medicine, 25, S115, 2003.
91. Estabrooks P, Bradshaw M, Dzewaltowski D, Klesges LM. Reach and adoption of “Walk Kansas”: Translating
    research to practice. 24th Annual Meeting of Society of Behavioral Medicine; Salt Lake City, Utah. (Citation).
    Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 25, S049, 2003.
92. Klesges LM, Estabrooks PA. Planning for translation and dissemination: RE-AIMing interventions to improve
    applicability and enhance evaluations. 24th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Salt Lake
    City, Utah. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 25, S170, 2003.
93. Mercer B, Ahokas R, Beazley D, Klesges LM, Meyer N, Carr T. Cortisol, ACTH, and stress in women at high
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       risk for preterm birth. 23rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine; San Francisco. Am J
       Obstet Gynecol 2002;187:S72, 2003.
 94.   Mercer B, Beazley D, Klesges LM, Meyer N, Carr T. Weekly nurse contact to prevent preterm birth: impact of
       maternal stressors and perceived stress. 23 rd Annual Meeting of the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine; San
       Francisco. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2002;187:S128, 2003.
 95.   Henderson AD, Klesges LM, Gooch M. Children’s experiences: prediction of psychological abuse in children
       witnessing domestic violence. Tennessee Psychological Association; Nashville, Tennessee, 2003.
 96.   Dalton WT, Hunter AE, Beech BM, Klesges LM, Nicholson LM. Parental perceptions of girl's self-reported
       eating behaviors and weight concerns. National Conference in Child Health Psychology, The Society of
       Pediatric Psychology, Div 54 of the American Psychological Association; Charleston, South Carolina, 2004.
 97.   Bartlett-Prescott J, Klesges LM, Kritchevsky SB, Cutts TC. Does removing financial barriers influence
       provider referral and patient adherence to health behavior promotion in an urban, low-income community
       clinic? 25th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Baltimore, Maryland, 2004.
 98.   Klesges LM. Identifying and controlling response bias in children’s self-reported health behaviors: the case of
       social desirability. 25th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Baltimore, Maryland, 2004.
 99.   McClanahan BS, Lanctot J, Stockton M, Slawson DL, Relyea G, Klesges LM, Klesges RC. Physical activity
       correlates in African-American girls. 2005 Annual Scientific Meeting of the North American Association for
       the Study of Obesity. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2005.
100.   Klesges LM, DeBon M, Poston CW, Johnson KC, Klesges RC, Vander Weg M, Haddock CK. Inappropriate
       use of nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) related to age at first use & risk behavior attitudes in U.S. Air Force
       recruits. 2005 Meeting of the American College of Epidemiology; New Orleans, Louisiana. [Meeting
       cancelled], 2005.
101.   Henderson LE, Klesges LM, Johnson KC, Somes G, Stotts C, DeBon M. Use of Nicotine Replacement
       Therapy among adolescents is related to gender, smoking status, and risk behavior attitudes. 26 th Annual
       Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Boston, Massachusetts. [Meritorious Student Award.] Annals
       of Behavioral Medicine, 29, S186, 2005.
102.   Lanctot J, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Stockton M. Prevalence and predictors of dietary underreporting in pre-
       adolescent African American girls. Annual Scientific Meeting of NAASO, The Obesity Society; Boston,
       Massachusetts, 2006.
103.   McClanahan BS, Lanctot J, Stockton M, Slawson D, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, Relyea G. Physical activity and
       cardiovascular risk factors in African-American girls. 53rd Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports
       Medicine; Denver, Colorado, 2006.
104.   Lanctot J, Stockton M, McClanahan B, Klesges LM, Klesges RC. Associations of parental encouragement on
       physical activity levels of preadolescent African American females. 53rd Annual Meeting of the American
       College of Sports Medicine; Denver, Colorado, 2006.
105.   Stockton MB, Lanctot JQ, McClanahan BS, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Self-perception profiles among pre-
       adolescent African-American girls as related to body mass index. 53 rd Annual Meeting of the American
       College of Sports Medicine; Denver, Colorado, 2006.
106.   Hervey K, Vargas D, Klesges LM, Fischer PR, Trippel S, Juhn YJ. The influence of refugee children’s arrival
       age and weight on subsequent weight gain. 2006 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting; San
       Francisco, California, 2006.
107.   Hare M, Shorr RI, Somes G, Richey P, Klesges LM. Frequency and impact of physical activity counseling in
       preschool children. 2006 Pediatric Academic Societies’ Annual Meeting; San Francisco, California, 2006.
108.   Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Glasgow RE. Childhood obesity prevention interventions:
       evaluating the evidence base to enhance future translation and dissemination. 27th Annual Meeting of the
       Society of Behavioral Medicine; San Francisco, California. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31, S026, 2006.
109.   Wang MC, Horne S, Levitt H, Klesges LM. Benevolent sexism: predicting emotional abuse. 18 th Annual
       Convention of the Association for Psychological Science; New York, New York, 2006.
110.   Klesges LM, Stockton M, Lanctot J, McClanahan B, Slawson D, Klesges RC. Response bias in self-reported
       physical activity and dietary behaviours related to social desirability and weight status in African-American
       girls. 6th International Conference on Dietary Assessment Methods; Copenhagen, Denmark, 2006.
111.   Reddy JG, Ebbert JO, Klesges LM, Enders FTB, Klesges RC, Lanctot JQ, McClanahan BS. The relationship
       between caffeine and blood pressure in preadolescent African American girls. American Federation for
       Medical Research, Clinical Research 2006 Meeting; Washington, D. C., 2006.
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112. Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski DA, Estabrooks PA, Glasgow RE. Enhancing future dissemination of childhood
     obesity prevention programs: evaluating the current evidence base for intervention translation. AACR
     International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research; Boston, Massachusetts, 2006.
113. Stockton M, McClanahan B, Lanctot J, Klesges RC, Klesges LM. Predictors of body dissatisfaction in 8- to 10-
     year old African American girls. American College of Sports Medicine 54 th Annual Meeting, New Orleans,
     Louisiana, 2007.
114. Coday M, Bush A, Johnson KC, Klesges LM. Fitness, physical activity, weight, and stress: Results from the
     HOPE trial. 6th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity,
     Oslo, Norway, 2007.
115. Slawson DL, Lanctot J, Klesges RC, Klesges LM, McClanahan BS, Relyea G. Girls’ dietary quality and the
     influences of child eating patterns, attitudes, and parent support for healthful eating. 2007 Food and Nutrition
     Conference, American Dietetics Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 2007.
116. Klesges RC, Obarzanek E, Klesges LM, Beech B, Kumanyika S, McClanahan B, Stockton M, Lanctot J, Relyea
     G, Murray D, Slawson D, Sherrill-Mittleman D. The Memphis Girls health Enrichment Multi-site Studies
     (GEMS): An Evaluation of the Long Term Efficacy of a Weight Gain Prevention Intervention in African
     American Girls. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions, Orlando, Florida, 2007.
117. Lanctot J, Klesges LM, Stockton M, Sherrill-Mittleman D, Kumanyika SK, Klesges R. Relationship of fast
     food intake and dietary quality in pre-adolescent African American girls. The Obesity Society 2007 Annual
     Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, Louisianna. Obesity, 15S, A38, 2007.
118. Klesges LM, Stockton M, Lanctot J, Sherrill-Mittleman D, McClanahan B, Klesges R. Social desirability
     response bias in self-reported physical activity and dietary behaviors in 8- 10-year-old African American girls.
     The Obesity Society 2007 Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, Louisianna. Obesity, 15S, A66, 2007.
119. Stockton M, Klesges LM, McClanahan B, Sherrill-Mittleman D, Lanctot J, Klesges R. Validity of psychosocial
     activity measures with objectively measured physical activity in African American girls. The Obesity Society
     2007 Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, Louisianna. Obesity, 15S, A68, 2007.
120. Sherrill-Mittleman D, Klesges LM, Lanctot J, Stockton M, Klesges R. Measurement characteristics of dietary
     psychosocial scales in a weight gain prevention study with 8- 10-year-old African American girls. The Obesity
     Society 2007 Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, Louisianna. Obesity, 15S, A70, 2007.
121. Klesges LM, Lanctot J, Stockton M, Sherrill-Mittleman D, Klesges R. Validity of a population-based nutrition
     behaviors monitoring survey for obesity prevention. The Obesity Society 2007 Annual Scientific Meeting, New
     Orleans, Louisianna. Obesity, 15S, A104, 2007.
122. Klesges LM, Lanctot J, Slawson D, Beech B, Kumanyika SK, Relyea G, Sherrill-Mittleman D, Stockton M,
     Klesges R. Associations between family eating environment and body mass index of 8- 10-year-old African
     American girls. The Obesity Society 2007 Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, Louisianna. Obesity, 15S,
     A108, 2007.
123. Lanctot JQ, Klesges LM, Stockton MB, Sherrill-Mittleman D, Kumanyika SK, Klesges RC. Dietary
     composition and quality related to fast food consumption in preadolescent African American girls. International
     Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity; Banff, Alberta, Canada, 2008.
124. Robien K, Ness KK, Klesges LM, Baker S, Gurney JG. Poor adherence to dietary recommendations among
     adult survivors of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia. 4th Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research
     Conference: Mapping the New Challenges, Atlanta, Georgia, 2008.
125. Klesges LM, Ness KK, Lanctot JQ, Lown A, Whalen K, Huang S, Leisenring W, Stovall M, Oeffinger K,
     Robison L, Hudson M. Prevalence and clustering of multiple behavioral risk factors in adult survivors of
     childhood cancer. 4th Biennial Cancer Survivorship Research Conference: Mapping the New Challenges,
     Atlanta, Georgia, 2008.
126. Klesges LM, Dzewaltowski DA, Glasgow RE. Extent of reporting of external validity elements in childhood
     obesity treatment and prevention interventions: A literature review. 136th APHA Annual Meeting &
     Exposition, San Diego, California, 2008.
127. Correll JA, Dalton WT, Klesges LM, Robinson L. Weight concerns related to NRT use of adolescent smokers.
     The Obesity Society 2008 Annual Scientific Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, 2008.
128. Dalton WT, Allen S, Klesges LM, Stockton MB, Sherrill-Mittleman D, Klesges RC. Family food and activity
     environment related to body image, weight concerns and weight control behaviors in African American girls.
     The Obesity Society 2008 Annual Scientific Meeting, Phoenix, Arizona, 2008.
129. Klesges LM, Davis K, Buscemi J, Kitzmann KM. A systematic review of behavioral treatments for childhood
     obesity: evaluating evidence for practice and policy decision-making. 30th Annual Meeting and Scientific
     Sessions, the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Montreal, Quebec; Canada, 2009.
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130. Klesges LM, Lanctot JQ, Relyea G, Sherrill-Mittleman D, Stockton M, McClanahan B, Klesges RC,
     Kumanyika S. Family environmental mediators of an obesity prevention intervention for African American
     girls: The Memphis GEMS. 30th Annual Meeting and of the Society of Behavioral Medicine; Montreal,
     Quebec; Canada, 2009.

 Unpublished Evaluation Reports Disseminated to Local and National Agencies
 1. Barnard M, Klesges LM, Norwood K. (July, 2004). Parenting Assistance and Newborn Development Activities
     (PANDA): Final Evaluation Report. Report issued to: LHS, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee.
 2. Ory M, Klesges LM, Glasgow R. (June, 2004). Measures of Behavior Change for Primary Care Settings:
     Rationale, Selection Criteria and Recommendations for Brief Measures to be Utilized in Prescription for Health
     Research Studies. Report issued to: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, New Jersey.
 3. Norwood K, Barnard M, Levitt H, Klesges LM. (April, 2004). Attitudes, Awareness, & Prevalence of Domestic
     Violence in Memphis & Shelby County: Final Report of a Randomly Dialed Telephone Survey. Report issued
     to: LHS, Inc., Memphis, Tennessee.
 4. Klesges LM, Henderson AD. (January, 2003). Frequency and Characteristics of Hispanic Victims of Domestic
     Violence Reporting to Shelby County Pretrial Services. Data report issued to: Shelby County Pretrial Services,
     Shelby County Government, Memphis, Tennessee.
 5. Klesges LM, Vick C, Norwood K, Somes G. (April, 2002). Early Childhood Collaborative Alliance: Process
     Evaluation Report. Evaluation report issued to: Early Childhood Collaborative Alliance, Le Bonheur
     Children’s Medical Center, Memphis, TN.
 6. Henderson AD, Klesges LM. (March, 2002). Prevalence of Prior Child Abuse in Shelby County Domestic
     Violence Families. Shelby County Domestic Violence Research Update.
 7. Anderson AS, Klesges LM. (December, 2001). Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative:
     Evaluation of Community Intervention Strategies. Report issued to Strategic Approaches to Community Safety
     Initiative, Research Committee, University of Memphis.
 8. Anderson AS, Klesges LM, Gildea B, Galloway A. (February, 2001). Preventing Sexual Assault and
     Improving Community Response to Sexual Violence. Research newsletter disseminated to local faith leaders in
     Memphis, TN.
 9. Anderson AS, Klesges LM. (February, 2001). Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative: Results of
     Memphis Police Department Survey. Report available: Walter Crews, Director; Memphis Police Department.
 10. Anderson AS, Klesges LM. (December, 2000). Strategic Approaches to Community Safety Initiative: Survey
     Results from Memphis City Schools Counselors. Report available: Mental Health Center; Memphis City
     Schools.
 11. Anderson AS, Klesges LM. (June, 2000). Vendors’ Appraisals of Evaluation Services in the Governor’s Youth
     Violence Prevention Initiative. Report available: Memphis & Shelby County Community Services Agency,
     Department of Children’s Services.
 12. Henning KR, Klesges LM. (October, 1999). Evaluation of the Shelby County Domestic Violence Court.
     Report available: Shelby County Pretrial Services; Shelby County Government, Memphis, TN.
 13. Henning KR, Arheart K, Klesges LM. (April, 1999). Recidivism of Domestic Violence Offenders in Shelby
     County. Shelby County Domestic Violence Council, Research Update.
 14. Henning KR, Klesges LM, Booker Z. (April, 1999). Evaluation of the Domestic Violence Court: Probation
     Conditions. Shelby County Domestic Violence Council Research Update.
 15. Klesges LM, Henning K. (March, 1999). Responsible Fatherhood Program: Final Evaluation Report. Le
     Bonheur Center for Children in Crisis; Methodist Health Systems; Memphis, TN.
 16. Henning K, Booker Z, Klesges LM. (February, 1999). Evaluation of the Shelby County Domestic Violence
     Court. Shelby County Domestic Violence Council, Research Update.
 17. Klesges LM. (October, 1999). Review of IDPT 801, Integrity in the Conduct of Scientific Research.
     Evaluation Report Requested by Curriculum Committee, College of Graduate Health Sciences, University of
     Tennessee, Memphis, TN.
 18. Henning K, Klesges LM. (September, 1998). Domestic Violence Victims’ Utilization of Services. Shelby
     County Domestic Violence Council, Research Update.
 19. Henning K, Klesges LM. (June, 1998). Social Context Associated with Reported Domestic Violence. Shelby
     County Domestic Violence Council, Research Update.
 20. Epstein A, Henning K, Klesges LM. (May, 1998). Domestic Violence Homicides. Shelby County Domestic
     Violence Council, Research Update.
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21. Klesges LM, Henning K. (April, 1998). Child Witnessing of Domestic Violence. Shelby County Domestic
    Violence Council, Research Update.
22. Henning K, Klesges LM. (March, 1998). Psychological Abuse Reported by Domestic Violence Victims.
    Shelby County Domestic Violence Council, Research Update.

Invited Presentations
National
6/3/10           CrossTalk Lecture Series. Behavioral Research Program; Division of Cancer Control and
                 Population Sciences; National Cancer Institute; National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD.
2/9/10           Models for Translation of Evidence-based Health Behavior Research to Practice; Annual
                  Scientific Meeting, Tenth Annual Scientific Meeting, American Academy of Health Behavior,
                 Clearwater, FL [Scheduled]
2/20/09          Memphis GEMS: A Successful Family-Based Obesity Prevention Intervention for African-
                 American Girls. Department of Research and Evaluation; Southern California Permanente
                 Medical Group; Pasadena, CA
2/19/09          RE-AIMING Community-based Interventions to Enhance Their Impact. LA Basin Clinical
                 Translational Science Institute. Partnership of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Kaiser
                 Permanente, City of Hope, and University of Southern California; Los Angeles, CA.
9/8/08           Lost in Translation: Enhancing the Public Health Impact of Childhood Obesity Prevention
                 Research. Prevention Research Forum; College of Public Health; University of South Florida;
                 Tampa, FL
7/10/08          Memphis GEMS: A Successful Obesity Prevention Intervention for Pre-Adolescent African-
                 American Girls. Public Health Grand Rounds; Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health;
                 University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences; Little Rock, AR
11/20/07         Evidence to Action: Enhancing Research Translation & Decision Making for Obesity Prevention.
                 Institute of Medicine Planning Meeting; Decision-Making for Obesity Prevention: Informing
                 Action with Evidence. National Academies of Science, Washington, DC.
9/14/07          The Translational Leap to Improve Dissemination of Prevention Interventions: The Case of
                 Childhood Obesity. Health Systems Research Working Group, Centers for Disease Control and
                 Prevention, Atlanta, GA.
3/28/07          Evaluating the Public Health Impact of Multi-level Behavior Change Interventions. Annual
                 Scientific Meeting, VII: the American Academy of Health Behavior, Savannah, GA.
6/8/06           Health in the Balance: Applied Research in Childhood Obesity. Action on Obesity Summit, 2006;
                 “Curbing Childhood Obesity: A Multilevel Approach.” Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
10/28/05         Creating and Evaluating Evidence for Dissemination of Childhood Obesity Prevention. Childhood
                 Obesity Conference; Cooper Institute Conference Series; Dallas, TX.
10/3/05          Evidence to Action for Cancer Prevention and Control: What is Needed to Improve Translation
                 of Behavioral Interventions? Cancer Prevention and Control Seminar; Department of
                 Epidemiology and Cancer Control; St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Memphis, TN.
6/29,30/05       Disseminating Research to Improve Population Health: Creating & Evaluating Evidence.
                 Presenter & Panel Member; Workshop on “Translation of Environmental Health Science;”
                 Sponsored by NIEHS; National Institutes of Health; Durham, NC.
3/26/05          Childhood Obesity: Prevention and Primary Care. 40th Annual Medical Education Conference.
                 Student National Medical Association; St. Louis, MO.
6/22,23/04       Modifiable Environmental and Behavioral Determinants of Overweight among Children and
                 Adolescents. Presenter & Panel Member; Trans-NIH Workshop on “Modifiable Determinants of
                 Childhood Obesity.” Sponsored by NIDDK, NICHD, NHLBI, NCI, OBSSR, ODP; National
                 Institutes of Health; Washington, DC.
2/19/04          Planning & Evaluating Evidence for Translation and Dissemination of Prevention Intervention.
                 18th National Conference on Chronic Disease Prevention and Control; CDC; Washington, DC
8/23/03          Developing a Behavioral Assessment Model for Childhood Obesity Prevention: The Girls’ health
                 Enrichment Multi-site Studies (GEMS). Health Sciences Seminar Series, Department of Health
                 Sciences Research, Mayo Clinic; Rochester, MN.
4/2/02           Priorities for Adherence Research: What is Needed to Translate Results? Russell Glasgow
                 (presenter), Sheana Bull, David Dzewaltowski, Paul Estabrooks, & Lisa M. Klesges. Innovative
                 Adherence Research Priorities, Office of Behavioral & Social Sciences Research; NIH;
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                 Washington, D.C.

Regional
4/18/05          Obesity Prevention in African-American Pre-adolescent Girls: Intervening with GEMS. Presented
                 at: 7th Annual Research Conference, The Minnesota Obesity Center and Center of Excellence in
                 Women's Health; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
11/25/03         Prevention Effectiveness: What Makes “Sense.” Presented at: Health as an Economic Engine in
                 the Delta. Co-sponsors, Mississippi State University; University of Arkansas; University of
                 Tennessee Health Science Center; Memphis, TN.
2/21/02          Community Perspectives on Children’s Social Cooperation. Discussant: Interdisciplinary
                 Exploration of Social Cooperation Workshop; University of Memphis, TN.
5/17/01          Translating Research to Practice: Future Directions for Community-Based Prevention. Presented
                 at: Beyond the Problems: Solutions for Service Providers. Community Integrated Service Systems
                 Project; Memphis, TN.
9/17/98          Community Indicators of Child Health. Klesges R, Somes G, Chang C, Klesges LM. Community
                 Integrated Services System Initiative Development Conference; TN Dept of Health; Memphis, TN.

Institutionally-Sponsored
University of Memphis
11/18/09          Making a World of Difference: the School of Public Health at University of Memphis. Board of
                  Visitors, University of Memphis.
9/9/09            Overview of the School of Public Health at University of Memphis. Advisory Board, University
                  of Memphis Research Foundation.
4/8/09            Overview of the School of Public Health at University of Memphis. Methodist Le Bonheur
                  Center for Healthcare Economics.
4/4/08            Improving the Translation of Childhood Obesity Prevention Interventions into Practice.
                  Community Research Forum, Center for Community Heath.
5/10/96           Design & Analysis of Epidemiologic Cohort Studies. Presented at: Research, Design & Statistics
                  Group; Department of Psychology.

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
6/27/08           St. Jude Career Paths. Panel presenter: Lunch & Learn Series; Pediatric Oncology Education
                  Program.
8/22/07           Intervening with GEMS (Girls’ Health Enrichment Multi-Site Studies): Obesity Prevention with
                  African-American Pre-adolescent Girl. Cancer Prevention and Control Seminar Series.

Mayo Clinic & University of Minnesota
11/17/05       Childhood Obesity Prevention: Evaluating Evidence to Enhance Dissemination & Decision-
               making. Obesity Research Group; Division of Epidemiology, School of Public Health, University
               of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN.
11/7/05        Creating & Evaluating Evidence: What is Needed to Enhance Translation of Research for
               Population Health? Health Sciences Seminar Series, Department of Health Sciences Research,
               Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.

University of Tennessee Health Science Center
10/3/02           Community Research on Psychosocial Risk among Battered Women & Their Children. Davis
                  Henderson (presenter), Catherine C. Vick, & Lisa M. Klesges. Presented: Leadership Training
                  Series; Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities
6/21/02           Prevalence & Risks of Battered Women and Their Children: Findings from Shelby County.
                  Psychiatry Grand Rounds
1/17/02           Translating Research to Practice: Prevention of Youth Violence. Panel presenter: Preventing
                  Youth Violence; Interdisciplinary Leadership Training Series; Boling Center for Developmental
                  Disabilities
9/25/99           Child Abuse and Neglect: Prospects for Prevention. Presented: Guarding Our Future by Guarding
                  Our Children: The Problem of Abuse & Neglect. Boling Center for Developmental Disabilities
10/2/98           Domestic Violence Training in Medical Education. Dan Brookoff, Lisa M. Klesges, Robert Pugh,
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                 Elizabeth Shelley, & Robert Van Walling. Presenter/Panel Discussant: Clinical Sciences Seminar;
                 Medical School

Local Community
Memphis & Shelby County Tennessee
4/22/04        Community-based Prevalence of Health Care Screening for Domestic Violence. Domestic
               Violence Forum; Shelby County Domestic Violence Council
4/1/03         Health Care Access of Battered Women in Memphis & Shelby County, Tennessee. Shelby County
               Domestic Violence Council
2/8/01         Youth Violence: Problems & Solutions from a Public Health Perspective. Leadership Memphis
               Justice Day, Leadership Institute of Memphis
9/10/00        Domestic Violence Screening Programs: Background, Development & Evaluation. Marie Barnard
               & Lisa M. Klesges. Presented at: Domestic Violence Health Care Collaborative; Partnership for
               Women’s & Children’s Health
11/22/98       Health Care for the Poor: Are We All Responsible? David Mirvis (Chair), Lisa M. Klesges, Joel
               Finklestein, Cyril Chang, Bruce Steinhauer. Presentation and Panel Discussion at: Akiva Institute;
               Anshei Sphard Beth El Emeth Synagogue
11/9/98        Juvenile Offenders & Victims: Shelby County, Tennessee. Presented: Facing History & Ourselves
               Community Forum; Partnership for Women’s & Children’s Health
9/23/98        Strategic Team Against Rape & Sexual Assault. Richard Janikowski, Phyllis Betts, Lisa M.
               Klesges, & Kris Henning. Presented at: Strategic Approaches to Community Safety; West
               Tennessee U. S. Attorney’s Office
2/3/98         Domestic Violence Surveillance System: Findings from Pretrial Interviews. Lisa M. Klesges &
               Kris Henning. Presented at: Shelby County Domestic Violence Council

Patents
1991             Co-inventor: Method for Aiding Cessation of Smoking. U.S. Patent No. 5021457

REVIEW PANELS, RESEARCH AND ADVISORY COMMITTEES
Outside of U.S. Review Committees
9/16/08          Ad-hoc Reviewer; Childhood Obesity Prevention and Treatment Committee; Institute of Nutrition,
                 Metabolism and Diabetes; Canadian Institutes of Health Research; Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
2/28/07          Ad-hoc Reviewer; Prevention Programme; The Netherlands Organization for Health Research and
                 Development; Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport; the Hague, Netherlands

National Review Committees
10/18/09        Ad hoc Reviewer; Scientific Review Committee; National Human Genome Research Institute;
                National Institutes of Health
7/20,21/09      Reviewer; Special Emphasis Panel (FOA CD09-001), Translating Research to Protect Health
                through Health Promotion, Prevention, and Preparedness, CDC
7/09/09         Reviewer; Full Proposals; Healthy Eating Research National Program (Round 4); Robert Wood
                Johnson Foundation
6/20/08         Reviewer; Full Proposals; Healthy Eating Research National Program (Round 3); Robert Wood
                Johnson Foundation
3/27/08         Reviewer; Letters of Intent; Healthy Eating Research National Program (Round 3); Robert Wood
                Johnson Foundation
6/25,26/07      Special Emphasis Panel (ZCD1 CJM (08)); Improving Public Health Practice Through
                Translation Research (Panel A); Office of Public Health Research, CDC
7/06-6/09       Member; Study Section; Community Influences on Health Behavior; HOP IRG; Center for
                Scientific Review, NIH
6/16/06         Special Emphasis Panel (ZHD1 DSR-M (HB)); Health, Behavior and Context; National Institute
                of Child Health & Human Development, NIH
3/9/06          Special Emphasis Panel (ZRG1 HOP B 03M); Community Influences on Health Behavior member
                conflicts; HOP IRG; Center for Scientific Review, NIH
3/9/06          Special Emphasis Panel (ZRG1 HOP B 04M); Community Level Health Promotion member
                conflicts; HOP IRG; Center for Scientific Review, NIH
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2/8,9/06         Ad-hoc Member; Study Section; Community Influences on Health Behavior; HOP IRG; Center for
                 Scientific Review, NIH
10/20,21/05      Ad-hoc Member; Study Section; Community Influences on Health Behavior; HOP IRG; Center for
                 Scientific Review, NIH
6/9,10/05        Ad-hoc Member; Study Section; Community Influences on Health Behavior; HOP IRG; Center for
                 Scientific Review, NIH
3/9,10,11/05     Special Emphasis Panel (ZES1 LWJ-C (BE)); Obesity and the Built Environment (RFA ES-04-
                 003); National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, NIH
2/10,11/05       Ad-hoc Member; Study Section; Community Influences on Health Behavior; HOP IRG; Center for
                 Scientific Review, NIH
11/19/04         Special Emphasis Panel (ZHL1 PPG-G (F2)); Nutrition and Obesity-Related Health Disparities;
                 National Heart, Lung & Blood Institute, NIH
8/12/04          Special Emphasis Panel; (Administrative Supplement Review); Disseminating Evidence-Based
                 Intervention Research Products; National Cancer Institute, NIH
6/10,11/04       Special Emphasis Panel (ZRG1 HOP-J (90)); Community Influences on Health Behavior; Center
                 for Scientific Review, NIH
3/17/04          Special Emphasis Panel (ZCA1 SRRB-K (M1)); Understanding Mechanisms of Physical Activity
                 Behavior Change (RFA CA-04-009); National Cancer Institute, NIH
8/4/03           Special Emphasis Panel (ZCA1 SRRB – D (03)); Disseminating Evidence-Based Intervention
                 Research Products; National Cancer Institute, NIH
7/18/02          Special Emphasis Panel (ZCA1 SRRB – D (02)); Disseminating Evidence-Based Intervention
                 Research Products; National Cancer Institute, NIH

National Research Panels
12/4-28/09      External Review Panel; “An Evidence Framework for Obesity Prevention Decision
                Making.” Committee on an Evidence Framework for Obesity Prevention Decision-Making;
                Institute of Medicine; Washington, D.C.
11/20/07        Panel Member; Decision-Making for Obesity Prevention: Informing Action with Evidence;
                Planning Meeting of the Food and Nutrition Board; Institute of Medicine; Washington, D.C.
9/27,28/07      Expert Panel; Evidence-based Review of Recommendations for Medication Management to
                Promote Health; Healthy Aging Program; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; Atlanta,
                Georgia
10/30,11/1/06   Invited Participant; Sex, Gender, Obesity and Public Health: An Interdisciplinary
                Workshop; Sponsored by the Society for Women's Health Research; Washington, D. C.
4/17,18/06      Invited Participant; Editor’s Meeting: Reporting on External Validity in the Published Literature;
                Meeting sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Office of Behavioral and Social
                Sciences Research, NIH; Office of the Chief Science Officer, CDC; Center for Outcomes and
                Evidence, AHRQ; Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
6/24,25/04      Panel Member; Advances in Health Outcomes Measurement: Exploring the Current State and
                Future Applications of Item Response Theory, Item Banks, & Computerized-Adaptive Testing;
                Sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health; Washington, D.C.
9/10,11,12/03   Presenter & Technical Assistance; Active for Life grantees meeting; Meeting sponsored by Robert
                Wood Johnson Foundation; Colorado Springs, Colorado.
6/10,11/03      Panel Member; Addressing Multiple Health Risk Behaviors in Primary Care; Meeting hosted by
                The Bayer Institute for Healthcare Communication and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation;
                Washington, D.C.
11/8,9,10/01    Invited Observer & Discussant; Primary Care Practices Promoting Healthy Behaviors; Meeting
                sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation & Agency for Healthcare Research and
                Quality; Washington, D.C.
7/11/01         Presenter; Survey of Potential Program Adopters: Assessing Market Demand. Reach, Translation
                & Adoption of Health Promotion Interventions: Closing the Gap between Research & Practice;
                Funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Washington, D.C.

National Advisory Committees
10/2/09         Advisory Member; Healthcare Delivery and Methodologies Integrated Review Group; Center for
                Scientific Review, NIH; Washington, DC
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12/08-current    Strategic Planning Task Force; National Institute of Diabetes & Digestive & Kidney Diseases;
                 National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD
11/08-current    AACR Task Force on Behavioral Science and Cancer; American Association for Cancer
                 Research; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
8/08-current     Prevention Research Fellow; National Advisory Committee; Florida Prevention Research Center;
                 University of South Florida; Tampa, Florida
11/07-11/08      Research Advisory Panel; Fit and Strong!: Translating an Evidence-Based Multi-Component
                 Exercise Program; Institute for Health Research and Policy; University of Illinois at Chicago;
                 Chicago, Illinois
2/04-1/06        Member; Health Maintenance Consortium; Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research;
                 National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD
1/01-1/05        Chair; Methodology & Data Analysis Working Group; Behavioral Change Consortium; Office
                 of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research; National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD
5/00-6/03        Member; SES Working Group; Health ABC; National Institute on Aging; National Institutes of
                 Health; Bethesda, MD
9/99-12/05       Member; Design, Measurement, & Analysis Committee; Weight Gain Prevention in African-
                 American Adolescent Girls; National Heart, Lung, & Blood Institute; National Institutes of
                 Health; Bethesda, MD (Chair: Psychosocial Working Group, 9/99-6/02)
8/99-8/05        Co-Chair; Reach and Translation Working Group; Behavioral Change Consortium; Office
                 of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research; National Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD
7/96-6/03        Member; Psychosocial Working Group; Health ABC; National Institute on Aging; National
                 Institutes of Health; Bethesda, MD

External Reviewer for Tenure, Promotion, & Renewal
8/08           School of Medicine; University of Virginia Health System; Charlottesville, Virginia
2/08           School of Public Health, University at Albany, State University of New York, Albany, New York
10/07          College of Medicine; Mayo Clinic; Rochester, Minnesota
9/07           School of Kinesiology and Health Studies; Queen’s University; Kingston, Ontario
11/06          College of Public Health; The University of Iowa; Iowa City, Iowa
11/04          College of Medicine; University of Tennessee Health Science Center; Memphis, Tennessee
9/04           School of Medicine; West Virginia University; Morgantown, West Virginia
8/04           School of Physical and Health Education; Queen’s University; Kingston, Ontario
8/03           School of Medicine; University of Virginia Health System; Charlottesville, Virginia

INSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES & MEMBERSHIPS
National & State Committees
University of Memphis
10/08-current    Representative; Urban Health Initiative; Coalition of Urban Serving Universities;
                 Washington, D.C.

Institutional Committees
University of Memphis
10/09            Member; Tenure & Promotion Committee; School of Nursing
1/09-current     Member; Executive Faculty Advisory Committee; Benjamin L. Hooks Institute for Social Change
9/08-current     Member; University Council for Graduate Studies
9/08-current     Member; Research Advisory Committee; Information Technology Division; Provost’s Office
                 (Chair: 9/09-current)

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
9/07-3/08         Chair; Quality of Life Task Force; Cancer Prevention and Control Program
6/07-8/08         Member; Patient Education Committee
10/06-2/07        Host; Behavioral Research Faculty Search; Department of Epidemiology & Cancer Control
8/06-8/08         Chair; Behavioral & Psychosocial Working Group; SJ-LIFE Protocol Committee

Mayo Clinic & University of Minnesota
1/05-current   Member; University of Minnesota Obesity Prevention Center
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1/05-12/05      Member; Dan Abraham Healthy Living Center Planning Group; Mayo Board
1/05-6/06       Member; Health Promotion Committee (Chair: Evaluation Subcommittee); Mayo Board
1/05-5/06       Member; Patient Education Research Committee; Mayo Clinic
11/04-6/06      Member; Action on Obesity Task Force (Member: Summit Planning Committee); Mayo Clinic
11/04-6/06      Senior Investigator; Minnesota Obesity Center; Obesity Nutrition Research Center funded by the
                National Institute of Diabetes, and Digestive and Kidney Diseases; NIH
9/04-5/06       Member; Pediatrics Patient Provided Information Review Group; Mayo Clinic
8/04-5/06       Member; Native American Interest Group; Mayo Clinic Cancer Center

University of Tennessee Health Science Center
9/09-current      Associate Director; Community Engagement Research Unit; Clinical & Translational Science
                  Institute
9/09-current      Associate Director; Design, Biostatistics, and Epidemiology Unit; Clinical & Translational
                  Science Institute
7/09-current      Member; Multidisciplinary Advisory Committee; Clinical & Translational Science Institute
10/03-7/04        Full Member; University of Tennessee Cancer Institute
8/03-4/04         Member; Scientific Advisory Committee; General Clinical Research Center
5/03-4/04         Member; Planning & Search Committee; Cancer Prevention & Control Program; St. Jude
                  Children’s Research Hospital; Memphis, Tennessee
1/03-5/03         Faculty Host; 2003 Phineas J. Sparer Distinguished Visiting Professorship
1/03-7/03         Chair; Cancer Prevention Faculty Search Committee; Dept of Preventive Medicine
1/03-7/03         Chair; Health Behavior Faculty Search Committee; Dept of Preventive Medicine
1/02-10/03        Member; Credentialing Committee; College of Graduate Health Sciences
10/01-4/02        Member; Clinical Epidemiologist Search Committee; Dept of Preventive Medicine
8/00-9/01         Member; Genetic Epidemiologist Recruitment Committee; Dept of Preventive Medicine
7/00-7/01         Member; Executive Committee; Center for Community Health; University of Memphis.
9/99-6/00         Member; Epidemiology Faculty Recruitment Committee; Dept of Preventive Medicine
8/99-9/02         Member; Advisory Committee; Vascular Biology Program; College of Medicine
11/10/98          Faculty Representative; LCME Accreditation Site Visit; College of Medicine
1/98-6/04         Co-Director; Memphis Alliance for Public Health Research; The Universities Prevention Center
10/95-8/99        Reviewer; Human Subjects Sections; General Clinical Research Center

Community-Based Committees & Boards
Memphis & Shelby County, Tennessee
3/03-3/04      Member; Early Childhood (0-5 years) Committee; Regional Health Council; Memphis & Shelby
               County Health Department
1/02-1/04      Member; Advisory Committee; Shelby Alliance of Faith-based Efforts Against Sexual Assault
               (SAFE); Christ Community Medical Clinic
5/01-7/01      Consultant; Coordinating Council Safety Task Force; Strategic Consolidated Master Planning
               Process; City of Memphis
1/01-1/02      Vice-Chairman; Shelby County Domestic Violence Council
9/00-9/02      Member; Advisory Committee; Community Institute for Early Childhood; Le Bonheur Children’s
               Medical Center
1/99-12/99     Vice-Chairman; Shelby County Domestic Violence Council
9/98-8/99      Co-Chair; Medical & Psychology Committee; Community Forum on Youth Safety; Memphis City
               Schools & Board of Education
7/98-7/01      Member; Steering Committee; State of Tennessee Community Prevention Initiative for Children;
               Shelby County, Tennessee. (Chair: Evaluation Subcommittee, 6/99-7/01)
5/98-5/01      Core Group Member; Strategic Initiative for Community Safety; U.S. Attorney’s Office; West
               Tennessee District
12/97-11/98    Planning Committee; Building a Better Way: Parent, Youth & Community Symposium; Center for
               Safe & Drug Free Schools; Memphis City Schools
5/97-12/01     Member; Executive Committee; Shelby County Domestic Violence Council (Chair: Research
               Committee, 5/97 – 1/00)

NATIONAL COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES
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Society of Behavioral Medicine
5/09-current     Member, New Career Trajectories in Behavioral Medicine Working Group
2009-current     Member, Program Planning Committee; 2010 Annual Meeting
2009             Session Chair, Get Healthy: It’s the Law! What Happens When Health Becomes Policy, Annual
                 Meeting
2008-current     Member Delegate, Elected Officer, Board of Directors
2008-current     Member, Health Policy Committee
2008-2009        Member, Program Planning Committee; 2009 Annual Meeting
2007             Abstract Reviewer, Translation of Research to Practice Track, Annual Meeting
2006             Abstract Reviewer, Diversity Track, Annual Meeting
2006             Abstract Reviewer, Translation of Research to Practice Track, Annual Meeting
2005             Abstract Reviewer, Health Systems, Policy and Advocacy Track, Annual Meeting
2004             Abstract Reviewer, Translational Research to Practice Track, Annual Meeting.
4/03-10/07       Member, Membership Council
2003             Session Chair, Cultural & Gender Implications for Health Promotion, Annual Meeting
7/02-4/03        Member, Program Planning Committee; 2003 Annual Meeting
7/02-4/03        Track Coordinator, Translational Research to Practice Track, Annual Meeting
2002             Abstract Reviewer, Translational Research to Practice Track, Annual Meeting

American Academy of Health Behavior
2008-2009     Member, Program Planning Committee, 2009 Annual Meeting

International Society of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity
2003-2007        Abstract Reviewer; Annual Meetings (2004-2007)

North American Association for the Study of Obesity
2007-current   Member, Epidemiology Section
2007           Paper Session Chair; Population Studies: Metabolic Risk Factors, Annual Meeting
2005           Fellow

American Psychological Association
2/09-9/09     Member; Editor Search Committee; Health Psychology
2000-2001     Abstract Reviewer; Division 38, Health Psychology; Annual Conventions (2000, 2001)

CONSULTANTSHIPS
1/04-5/04   Prescription for Health National Program Office (funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation);
            University of Colorado Health Sciences Center; Aurora, CO
10/01-10/02 AMC Cancer Center; Center for Behavioral & Community Research; Denver, CO
3/00-3/01   Pinney Associates, Inc.; Nicotine Replacement Therapy Expanded Access; Advisory Group to
            SmithKline Beecham; Bethesda, MD
6/89-3/98   Schering-Plough, Inc; Department of Clinical Research; Memphis, TN

OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Editorships & Editorial Boards
1/98-12/98     Editorial Board, Health Psychology.
5/03-5/04      Guest Editor; Tom Baranowski, Lisa M. Klesges, Karen W. Cullen, & Eva Obarzanek.
               Measurement in the GEMS Obesity Prevention Studies. Preventive Medicine, Volume 38,
               Supplement, 2004.
1/05-5/09      Associate Editor, Annals of Behavioral Medicine.
9/05-8/06      Guest Editorial Board, Improving the Measurement in Behavioral Sciences using Item Response
               Models, Health Education Research, Volume 21, Supplement 1, December 2006.
1/06-12/07     Guest Editor; Shirley A. A. Beresford, Lisa M. Klesges. & Helaine R. H. Rockett. The
               Examination of Two Short Dietary Assessment Methods within the Context of Multiple Behavioral
               Change Interventions in Adult Populations. Journal of Nutrition, Volume 138, 181S-234S,
               January 2008.
2/08-4/08      Guest Editorial Board, eHealth in Pediatric Psychology, Journal of Pediatric Psychology.
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6/09-current     Editorial Board, Annals of Behavioral Medicine.

Ad-hoc Journal Reviewer (year first requested)
1995           Health Psychology
1998           Preventive Medicine
2000           Journal of the American Geriatrics Society; Addictive Behaviors
2001           Violence Against Women
2003           Annals of Behavioral Medicine; Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine; Health
               Education Research: Theory and Practice; Violence and Victims
2004           European Journal of Clinic Nutrition; Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology; Journal of
               Pediatrics; Nicotine & Tobacco Research
2005           Obesity Research; Psychological Bulletin; American Journal of Epidemiology; Journal of Clinical
               Epidemiology; Journal of General Internal Medicine; International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition
               and Physical Activity; Journal of Physical Activity & Health
2006           American Journal of Public Health; Implementation Science; Cancer Causes and Control; Public
               Health Nutrition
2007           American Journal of Preventive Medicine; International Journal of Pediatric Obesity; Journal of
               Women’s Health; Journal of Pediatric Psychology
2008           Addiction; Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention; JAMA

TEACHING ACTIVITIES
Curriculum & Research Training Committees
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
6/05-5/06        Reviewer; Comprehensive Exam Committee; Clinical Research Training Program
3/05-5/06        Member; Admissions & Academic Progress Subcommittee; Education Committee; Clinical
                 Research Training Program
3/05-6/05        Member; Curriculum Review Task Force; Education Committee; Department of Health Sciences
                 Research
10/04-12/05      Member; Behavioral Sciences Curriculum Planning; Clinical Research Scholars Program (NIH
                 K12 Award)

University of Tennessee Health Science Center
1/03-4/04         Member; Clinical Research Training Committee; Joint, University of Tennessee Health Science
                  Center & St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
1/03-4/04         Member; Program Committee; 21st Centuries Community Scholars Program; Department of
                  Preventive Medicine
1/02-10/03        Member; Credentials Committee; College of Graduate Health Sciences
7/98-7/99         Member; Behavioral Health Subcommittee; School of Public Health Planning Committee; Joint
                  University of Tennessee, Memphis and The University of Memphis
7/98-1/99         Chair; Curriculum Subcommittee to Evaluate “Integrity in the Conduct of Scientific Research”
                  (IDPT 801); College of Graduate Health Sciences
5/98-5/00         Member; Advisory Committee; Domestic Violence Internship; Dept of Psychiatry
4/98-8/01         Member; Curriculum Committee; College of Graduate Health Sciences
11/97-3/04        Member; Admissions Committee; Epidemiology Graduate Program; College of Graduate Health
                  Sciences (Chair: 11/97-3/00)

Courses Designed and Taught
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
BIOE 822          Advanced Epidemiology (4 credits; Co-Director; Spring, 2004)
BIOE 840          Special Topics, Addressing the Quality Chasm: Translating Research to Practice (1 credit; Fall,
                  2003)
BIOE 814          Health Behavior Theory & Intervention Design (3 credits; Spring, 2002)
BIOE 812          Principles of Epidemiology (3 credits; each Fall, 1995-2000, 2002)
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Lectures & Preceptorships
The University of Memphis
ANTH 7250         Community, Culture, and Program Evaluation; Evaluation of Public Health Impact to Support
                  Translation of Prevention Interventions (Spring, 2009)
PSY 7016          Behavioral Medicine I; Epidemiologic Methods for Public Health Practice (Fall, 1995,
                  1998, 2000)

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
9/29/03           Measurement Methods in Clinical Trials & Epidemiological Research. Cure4Kids, Clinical
                  Research and Ethics Seminars; Memphis, TN

Mayo School of Continuing Medical Education
9/8/05          Childhood Obesity: Prevention in the Balance. Mayo Clinic, Nutrition in Health and Disease;
                Chicago, IL
9/8/05          Environmental Influences on Overweight and Obesity. Mayo Clinic, Nutrition in Health and
                Disease; Chicago, IL

University of Tennessee Health Science Center
BIOE 814          Health Behavior Theory & Intervention Design; RE-AIM Evaluation Framework to Enhance
                  Translation of Health Behavior Research (Spring, 2004, 2007, 2008)
BIOE 814          Health Behavior Theory & Intervention Design; Translating Theory to Practice: GEMS Case
                  Study (Spring, 2007)
BIOE 827          Introduction to Patient-Oriented Research; Behavioral Assessments and Intervention for POR
                  (Spring, 2007, 2008)
BIOE 812          Principles of Epidemiology; Public Health Policy (Fall, 2001, 2003)
BIOE 819          Graduate Seminar; Health Behavior Change: Theory & Practice (Fall, 2001)
BIOE 861          Pharmacoepidemiology; Practicing Evidence-Based Medicine (Spring, 2000, 2001)
BIOE 815          Introduction to Public Health and Preventive Medicine; Planning & Conducting Community-
                  Based Health Promotion (Fall, 2000, 2001, 2002)
BIOE 823          Intervention Trials; Behavioral Aspects in Planning & Conducting Intervention Trials (Spring,
                  1999, 2000); Enhancing the External Validity & Translation of Efficacy Research (Spring, 2004)
BIOE 861          Pharmacoepidemiology; Quality of Life Measurement (Spring, 1999)
PEDI 635          Pediatric Dentistry Research Seminar; Research Design & Measurement in Epidemiologic
                  Research (Fall, 1998, 1999; Spring, 2003
BIOE 713          Biostatistics for Observational Data; Introduction to Epidemiologic Methods (Spring, 1997, 1998)
PMED 111          Preventive Medicine (M1); Preceptor, Epidemiological Readings, (Fall, 1995, 1996)
PMED 211          Preventive Medicine Lectures & Tutorials (M2); Intro to Biostatistics (Fall, 1989, 1990)

On-line Lectures & Website Resources Developed
Klesges, L. M., Glasgow, R. E., Estabrooks, P. A., Dzewaltowski, D. A., & Bull, S. S. Study Planning and Design to
    Enhance Translation of Health Behavior Research. Lecture posted at: Epidemiology Supercourse. (2002).
    (http://www.pitt.edu/~super1/lecture/lec6851/index.htm).
Brock, E., Bull, S., Dzewaltowski, D. A., Estabrooks, P., Glasgow, R. E., Klesges, L. M., & Mockenhaupt, R.
    (alphabetical). Workgroup to Evaluate & Enhance the Reach & Dissemination of Health Promotion
    Interventions. RE-AIM website. (http://www.re-aim.org/).


Graduate Students & Mentored Training
Mentored Research
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Kara Davis, B.S. Medical University of South Carolina. Pediatric Oncology Education Intern. Department of
      Epidemiology and Cancer Control. External validity reporting in childhood obesity treatment research.
      Summer, 2008.
Joanna Buscemi, M.S. Department of Psychology Research Practicum. External validity reporting in childhood
      obesity treatment research. Summer, 2008.
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Mayo Clinic
John Kitsteiner, B. S. Mayo Medical School. Research quarter. Department of Preventive Medicine. Worksite
     cafeteria purchase patterns related to increases in healthy food choices. Summer, 2005 to Summer, 2006.
Katrina Hervey, B.S. Mayo Medical School. Research quarter. Department of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine.
     Acculturation influences weight gain and overweight in Somali immigrants. Summer, 2005 to Summer, 2006.
Jagadeshwar Reddy, M.D. Department of Medicine; Clinical Fellow, Advanced General Medicine. Caffeine
     Influences on Blood Pressure in African American Girls. Winter, 2005 to Summer, 2006.
Therese Zink, M.D. Department of Research, Olmsted Medical Center. Sexual abuse & domestic violence
     victimization as a risk for poor health care utilization. Fall, 2004 to Summer, 2006.
Ericka Tung, M.D. Department of Medicine; Clinical Fellow in Geriatrics. Physical and social factors related to
     independent living in community-dwelling frail elderly. Fall, 2004 to Summer, 2006.

University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Jason Cain, Pharm.D. University of Tennessee, Department of Pharmacy. Mentored residency research. Effect of
      Pharmacist Counseling on Polypharmacy: Patient Outcomes in a Community Setting. Fall, 2003.
Jennifer B. Hughes, D.M.D. University of Tennessee, Department of Pediatric Dentistry & Community Oral Health.
      Mentored residency research. A Hospital-based Case-Control Study of Dental Caries as a Risk Factor in
      Failure to Thrive. Spring, 2002 to Spring, 2003.
Susan Cox, D.M.D. University of Tennessee, Department of Pediatric Dentistry & Community Oral Health.
      Mentored residency research. A Community-based Case-Control Study of Dental Caries as a Contributing
      Factor in Failure to Thrive. Spring, 2001 to Spring, 2002.
Catherine Vick, B.S. University of Tennessee, Department of Preventive Medicine, Program in Epidemiology.
      Independent Study in Epidemiology. Health Care Utilization & Prevalence of Screening in Domestic Violence
      Victims (BIOE 810). January, 2001 to May, 2001.
Deborah Pauli, B.S. University of Tennessee, Department of Preventive Medicine, Program in Epidemiology.
      Independent Study in Epidemiology. Epidemiology of Birth Defects in Tennessee (BIOE 810). August, 1999 to
      December, 1999.
Gay Marie Barnard, B.S. University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Department of Preventive Medicine.
      Independent Study in Epidemiology. Measurement of Psychosocial Mediation in Prenatal Home Visitation
      Outcomes. (BIOE 810). August, 1999 to December, 1999.
Jill Talley-Horn, M.D. University of Tennesee, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology. Mentored research,
      OB/GYN Residency. Vaginal Cuff Revision for Chronic Pelvic Pain. Spring, 1997.

The University of Memphis
A. Davis Henderson, M.S.W. Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research. Research
     Assistantship. Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: Analysis of Data from a Local Criminal Justice
     Surveillance System. Fall, 2002 to Summer, 2003.
Angela Jones, M.S. Department of Psychology. Research Internship. Effectiveness of an Intervention for Children
     Exposed to Domestic Violence. September, 1999 to August, 2000.
Wendy Stewart, B.A. The Department of Psychology. Research Practicum in Clinical Psychology (Psyc 7606).
     Assessment of Exposure to Domestic Violence: Court Appointed Special Advocates Program. August, 1998 to
     December, 1998.
Elizabeth Kaufman, M.S. Department of Psychology. Research Practicum in Social Psychology (Psyc 8605).
     Pubertal Associations with Metabolic Effects of Resting, Reading, and Television Viewing. January, 1998 to
     May, 1998.
Wendy Strawbridge, B.A. Department of Psychology. Research Practicum in Clinical Psychology (Psyc 7606).
     Environmental Lighting: Reductions in Crime and Fear of Crime. January, 1998 to May, 1998.

Graduate Research Advisor
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Monika Metzger, M.D. Masters in Epidemiology Degree Program. 8/2003 to 6/2004.
Laura Henderson, B.A. Masters in Epidemiology Degree Program. 8/2002 to 6/2004.
Catherine Vick, B.S. Masters in Epidemiology Degree Program. 8/2000 to 6/2003.
Jennifer Bartlett-Prescott, M.S. Masters in Epidemiology Degree Program. 8/2001 to 12/2002.
Gay Marie Barnard, M.S. Masters in Epidemiology Degree Program. 8/1998 to 6/2000.
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Specialty Examination Committees
The University of Memphis
Jon Blitstein, M.S. Department of Psychology. A Method for Improving the Precision of Group Randomized Trials.
     January, 2004.
 Sherri Varnell, M.S. Department of Psychology. Intraclass Correlation in Sample Size Estimation and Analysis:
     Review of Group-Randomized Trials in Public Health, Epidemiology, and Behavioral Science, 1995 to 2000.
     August, 2002.
Zorana J. Booker, M.S. Department of Psychology. Program Evaluation of the Domestic Violence Court & Victims
      Services. December, 1999.
Wendy Stewart, M.S. Department of Psychology. Screening for Domestic Violence in Child Welfare Cases. April,
     1999.

Masters Projects & Thesis Committees
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Laura E. Henderson, M.S. College of Graduate Health Sciences, Program in Epidemiology. Prevalence and
     Characteristics of Nicotine Replacement Gum and Patch Use in Memphis Adolescents. December, 2004.
     (Chair).
Catherine Vick, M.S. College of Graduate Health Sciences, Program in Epidemiology. Health Care Screening in
     Victims of Intimate Partner Violence in a Southern Urban Center: Shelby County, Tennessee. May, 2003.
     (Chair).
Jennifer Bartlett-Prescott, M.S. College of Graduate Health Sciences, Program in Epidemiology. Predictors of
      Health Promotion Referrals and Adherence in a Low Income Patient Population: A Role for Financial
      Barriers? December, 2002. (Chair).
Mary Fitzpatrick Simpson, M.S. College of Nursing. Psychological Consequences of Children’s Exposure to
      Domestic Violence. May, 2001.
Marie Barnard, M.S. College of Graduate Health Sciences, Epidemiology Program. Characteristics of Domestic
      Violence in Pregnant Victims Reporting to the Criminal Justice System. May, 2000. (Chair).
Millie Logan, M.S. College of Nursing. The Empathetic Process of Male Perpetrators of Domestic Violence. May,
     1998.

The University of Memphis
Sherri Varnell, M.S. Department of Psychology. Evaluation of Analysis Options for the One Group Per Condition
     Design: Can Any of the Alternatives Overcome the Problems Inherent in This Design? December, 2000.

Dissertation Committees
University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Joan Thomas, Ph.D. College of Pharmacy, Health Sciences Administration Program. Behavioral Health Access in
     the Juvenile Justice System: National, State, & Local Policies. May, 2002.

The University of Memphis
Adam Davis Henderson, Ph.D. Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Research. An Examination
     of the Mediating Role of Children’s Appraisals of Domestic Violence on Their Behavioral and Emotional
     Adjustment. May, 2003.
Sherri P. Varnell, Ph.D. Department of Psychology. Individuals Randomized to Receive Treatment in Groups:
     Implications for Analysis. December, 2002.
Beena Varghese, Ph.D. Department of Economics. The Economics of Pesticides and Breast Cancer. August, 1997.



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