Center for Clinical and Translational Research
Virginia Common wealth University
United States of America
Dedicated public health physician leader with extensive experience and increasing responsibility in clinical medicine and public health practice, policy, administration, teaching, and research. Expertise and practical experience in local and state governmental public health practice, community-based participatory approaches to public health, policy analysis and development, quantitative and qualitative community engaged public health research. Expertise includes in depth and extensive focus on promoting health equity through public health practice and addressing the social determinants of health within health departments, local and state governmental agencies, community-based organizations, community coalitions, grants, and public policy.
Clinical and Translational Research
Michael Royster, ASTHO/APHA Panel Discussion on Health Equity. APHA Conference, Denver, CO, 2010.
Di Zeng,Wen You, Bradford Mills, Jeffrey Alwang, Michael Royster, Kenneth Studer, Rexford Anson-Dwamena. How Much Do We Know about Rural-Urban Health Disparities: Lessons from Four Major Diseases in Virginia. Selected Paper prepared for presentation at the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association’s 2012 AAEA Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, August 12-14, 2012.
Patrice Perkins, Michael Royster, Kenneth Studer, Kathy Wibberly, Karen Reed, Tenika Henry, Rexford Anson-Dwamena. Developing Healthy Communities: The Health Opportunity Index. APHA Conference, San Francisco, CA, 2012.