Amy Dailey

TEACHING

I teach upper-level courses in public health, global health and epidemiology.

Selected teaching-related publications and presentations:

Smith MD, Dailey AB.  Improving and assessing information literacy skills through faculty-librarian collaboration.  College & University Libraries.  2013;20(3-4):314-326.

Dailey AB, Gaskin K, Yang H.  Integrating teaching and scholarship through community based participatory research and an undergraduate epidemiology laboratory. Undergraduate Education for Public Health Summit, Boston, November, 2013.

Dailey AB, Lenkner K, Smith M.   Improving information literacy in undergraduate public health coursework.  Oral presentation at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, October, 2012.

RESEARCH

As a social epidemiologist, my research interests involve investigating underlying mechanisms for racial/ethnic and socioeconomic disparities in health.  I explore how neighborhood, environment, experiences of discrimination, and interaction with the health care system influence health and health behaviors.  Most recently I have been involved in community-based participatory research aimed at community interventions to combat food insecurity in the Adams County, PA area. 

Selected publications:

Dailey AB, Hess A, Horton C, Constantian E, Monani S, Wargo B, Davidson K, Gaskin K.  Healthy Options: A community-based program to address food insecurity.  Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community.  Status:  in press.

Hu H, Dailey AB, Kan H, Xu X. The effect of atmospheric particulate matter on survival of breast cancer among US females. Breast Cancer Research and Treatment, 2013 May:139(1):217-26.

Brumback BA, Dailey AB, Zheng H.  Adjusting for confounding by neighborhood using a proportional odds model and complex survey data.  American Journal of Epidemiology, 2012 Jun;175(11):1133-1141.

Dailey AB, Brumback BA, Livingston MD, Jones BA, Curbow BA, Xu X.  Area-level socioeconomic position and repeat mammography screening use: results from the 2005 National Health Interview Survey.  Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers and Prevention, 2011 Nov; 20(11):2331-44.

 

Amy  Dailey

Amy Dailey
Assistant Professor, Health Sciences

Email: adailey@gettysburg.edu
Phone: (717) 337 - 6486

Box: Campus Box 0432

Address: Science Center
Room 148B
300 North Washington St.
Gettysburg, PA 17325-1400

Education:
PhD Yale University, 2006
MPH Tulane University , 1998
BS Alma College, 1997

Academic Focus:
public health

Link:
Curriculum vitae