Professor Anderson Steeves' research consists of community-based interventions to reduce health disparities and prevent obesity among under-served populations, with a specific emphasis on low-socioeconomic status children and adolescents. Examinations of how social and physical (built) environments influence food purchasing and consumption behaviors of youth and adults.
2015 PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health,
Public Health and Human Nutrition
2007 MS, University of Tennessee, Public Health Nutrition
2005 BS, University of Dayton, Food and Nutrition, Dietetics