Michele Allen, MD, MS
Program in Health Disparities Research
MD, University of Minnesota
MS, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ramsey Family and Community Medicine Residency (formerly in St. Paul)
Allen completed a fellowship in primary care research and the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, prior to joining department faculty and the Medical School Program in Health Disparities Research in 2006. She is active in health disparities research and scholarship and serves as a reviewer for several scientific journals.
717 Delaware St SE, Ste 166
Minneapolis, MN 55414
2013-15, National Institute of Minority Health and Health Disparities, co-PI, "Promoting Health and Positive Youth Development for Somali, Latino, and Hmong Youth"
2010-15, NIH, investigator, "Family-Skills Training to Prevent Tobacco and Other Substance Use in Latino Youth"
2009-14, CDC, co-investigator, MN-PRC core research project (title TBD)
2012-13, NIH, co-investigator, "Living Life to the Full: Researching the Impact and Implementation of Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression"
Allen ML, Garcia-Huidobro D, Hurtado GA, Allen R, Davey CS, Forster JL, et al. Immigrant family skills-building to prevent tobacco use in Latino youth: study protocol for a community-based participatory randomized control trial. Trials. 2012;13:242.
Warren JR, Sloan P, Allen ML, Okuyemi KS. Exploring children's secondhand smoke exposure with early child care providers. Am J Prev Med. 2010;39(6S1):S44-7.
Culhane-Pera K, Allen ML, Call K, et al. Improving health through community-based participatory action research. Giving immigrants and refugees a voice. Minnesota Medicine. 2010;93(4):54-7.
Allen ML, Call K, Pergament S, Culhane-Pera K. Facilitating research faculty participation in CBPR: Development of a model based on key informant interviews. Clinical and Translational Science. 2010;3(5):233-8.
Allen ML, Call K, Pergament S, Culhane-Pera K. A capacity building program to promote CBPR partnerships between academic researchers and community members. Clinical and Translational Science. 2010;4(6):428-33.