Alyssa M. Lederer, MPH, CHES
Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington
Department of Applied Health Science
1025 E. 7th Street
Biographical Sketch: Alyssa Lederer is a third year doctoral student in Health Behavior and Associate Instructor in the Department of Applied Health Science at the Indiana University School of Public Health. She received her MPH in Behavioral Sciences and Health Education from Emory University. Her research agenda now focuses primarily on intervention design and evaluation, particularly among adolescents.
2044.0 Impact of a longitudinal school-based intervention on soda intake among elementary and middle school children 3207.0 Lessons learned from the development, implementation, and evaluation of a doctoral-level public health pedagogy training course 4149.0 Assessing implementation fidelity for a longitudinal intervention: Strengths and challenges of a responsive evaluation framework 4149.0 Strategies to increase sustainability of school-based obesity prevention interventions: The heroes initiative 4149.0 Development and design of a tri-state coordinated school health program to reduce childhood obesity: The heroes initiative