Marlynn May, Ph.D.

Marlynn May, Ph.D.

Marlynn May, Ph.D., of the Texas A&M Health Science Center was recently appointed by Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) as the first Community-Engaged Scholarship for Health (CES4Health) Fellow.

Dr. May is an adjunct associate professor of health promotion and community health sciences at the TAMHSC-School of Rural Public Health. He is also a senior scholar in the Center for Community Based Research and Education at St. Luke’s Episcopal Health Charities in Houston.

CES4Health is a free peer-reviewed online publication service for those seeking to publish and disseminate health-related, community-based participatory research (CBPR) works in alternative formats such as curricula, videos, manuals and textbooks.  Dr. May will promote CES4Health as a unique resource for CBPR community and academic researchers and collaborate with CBPR teams requesting technical assistance and mentoring in preparing submissions to CES4Health.

— Rae Lynn Mitchell

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