Ron Z. Goetzel, PhD

Emory University, Rollins School of Public Health
Institute for Health and Productivity Studies
4301 Connecticut Ave., NW
Suite 330
Washington DCUSA

Biographical Sketch:
Enid Chung Roemer, PhD, is an Assistant Research Professor at the Institute for Health and Productivity Studies, Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. IHPS’s mission is to bridge the gap between academia, the business community, and the healthcare policy world by bringing academic resources into policy debates and day-to-day business decisions, and bringing health and productivity management issues into academia. She has conducted empirical research on the relationship between employee health and well-being, and work-related productivity. Her research covers a variety of health topics including diet/nutrition, physical activity, stress management, smoking, and obesity-related disease prevention. Her research interests include examining the psychosocial factors that contribute to health beliefs, health behaviors, and motivation to change and maintain health promoting/disease preventing behaviors. Dr. Roemer earned her doctorate in Applied Social Psychology from The George Washington University, and her BA degree in Psychology from Wellesley College.