Kenyatta Stephens

For several years, I worked as a Senior Research Scientist (Molecular Biologist/Geneticist) at Emory University School of Medicine My research areas included neurodegenerative disorders, breast cancer, and cervical cancer as they relate to mitochondrial mutations. My cervical cancer research led to studying HPV which sparked my initial interest in Public Health. I went on to use my molecular biology skills to develop assays for several potential bioterrorism threat agents at the CDC, while building public health experience. I have enjoyed my work in epidemiology in various areas at the CDC. 

Education

PhD, Epidemiology

Walden University

BS, Biology, Minor in Chemistry

Howard University

Expertise

Epidemiology

Infectious Diseases

Global Health

Biostatistics

Research Methods and Evaluation

Community-Based Participatory Research

Research

Current Research

My current research interests surround the resurgence of vaccine preventable diseases, future epidemiologic trends, and potential outbreak implications.

Research Interests

HIV/AIDS disparities in minorities

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Kenyatta Stephens

Kenyatta Stephens

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PhD

Off Campus

kstephens2@une.edu

Teaching Online