B.S., Health Promotion and Behavior, University of GeorgiaPrior to starting the USC Population, Health and Place Ph.D. program, Douglas was a researcher with the Care Coordination Institute working with grants from the National Institute of Health, the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the Center for Disease Control on issues ranging from tobacco use prevention to obesity and heart disease. He has experience in performing site suitability analyses for new medical buildings and resources. He has served as co-author on four published articles and has been invited to present posters at a number of conferences.
M.P.H., emphasis on Health Policy and Management, University of Georgia
His interests lie in the research and improvement of cardiovascular health outcomes.