Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs
Dr. Lang received her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from Loma Linda University, California. She also holds two master degrees in Experimental Psychology and Biostatistics. She completed her clinical residency at the Portland VA Medical Center, Oregon where she provided mental health and substance use treatment to veterans and their families. After graduate training, Dr. Lang received the Association of Teachers of Preventive Medicine and CDC Postdoctoral Research Fellowship award in STI/HIV Prevention. Upon completing her postdoctoral research training at Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, she joined the faculty in the department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education. Dr. Lang’s has contributed to numerous national and international research and evaluation studies addressing HIV prevention programs among individuals suffering from mental illness.
Currently, Dr. Lang provides leadership in instructional effectiveness at Rollins School of Public Health. As such, she serves as Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs and Director of the Office of Evidence Based Learning in the department of Behavioral Sciences and Health Education. Dr. Lang continues to teach and conduct evaluation research focused on establishing an evidence-base for active, community-engaged pedagocial approaches designed to train the next generation of public health professionals.
Areas of Interest
- Ph.D. 2001, Loma Linda University
- M.P.H. 1999, Loma Linda University
- M.A. 1997, California State University San Bermadino
- B.A. 1994, California State University San Bernadino
- BSHE 540: Research Methods
- PUBH 500: Introduction to Public Health
- PUBH 502: Public Health Development
- No Publications listed