TopicsAddictive Behavior/Addictions Health and Wellness Health Care Public Health
- Public health
- Population health
- Public health policy
- Local public health
- Community engagement/advocacy
Erin Seedorf, Dr.P.H., is an associate professor in the Department of Health Professions at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Her areas of expertise include public health, population health, public health policy, local public health and community engagement/advocacy.
Seedorf joined MSU Denver in fall 2010 as an affiliate faculty and now serves as a full-time faculty. Previously, she served as program manager at the University of Colorado Denver in the Center for Public Health Practice. At CU Denver, Seedorf managed a technical assistance program providing support to communities around the state working on tobacco control policy initiatives. She also served as an evaluation specialist with the Community Program Evaluation Group at CU Denver. Her research topics include public health policy and community-based interventions.
Seedorf received her doctor of public health in community and behavioral health from Colorado School of Public Health in 2017.
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