Assistant Professor of Health Studies, Texas Woman's University

Dr. Katie Crosslin is an Assistant Professor at Texas Woman's University and conducts research related to online harassment, specifically cyberbullying in college students. Previously, she was a Research Scientist for Children's Medical Center and supported the Level 1 Trauma Center by conceptualizing and implementing research studies to prevent various types of trauma, such as falls, motor vehicle crashes, and pedestrian injuries. Dr. Crosslin also studies home safety in immigrant populations and recently published articles in international journals, such as Injury Prevention and the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.

Additionally, she is currently serving as the Principal Investigator on a study to explore why the uptake for the HPV vaccine has been slow overall in the population. Specifically, she is studying gender perceptions of the vaccine to determine how male vaccination is perceived by older adolescents, and how physicians may perceive the value of male vaccination.

Experience

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    Assistant Professor of Health Studies, Texas Woman's University