Katelyn Marie Holliday

Assistant Professor in Family Medicine and Community Health
2200 West Main Street, Suite 600 Room 625, Durham, NC 27705
(919) 613-2131
katelyn.holliday@duke.edu

My research interests encompass the cardiovascular health effects of the natural and built environments and the role of geospatial factors and health disparities in these relationships. In particular, I am concerned with primordial prevention and the ways in which the natural and built environments can be shaped to positively influence health and health behavior. I have applied these research interests in studying built environment/physical activity and air pollution/cardiovascular disease relationships.

Education and Training

  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ph.D. 2016

Selected Grants and Awards

    Publications

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    Holliday KM, Lin DY, Chakladar S, Castañeda SF, Daviglus ML, Evenson KR, Marquez DX, Qi Q, Shay CM, Sotres-Alvarez D, Vidot DC, Zeng D, Avery CL. Targeting physical activity interventions for adults: When should intervention occur?. Preventive Medicine. 2017 Apr;97:13-18. PubMed Central PMCID: 28024863.

    Evenson KR, Jones SA, Holliday KM, Cohen DA, McKenzie TL. Park characteristics, use, and physical activity: A review of studies using SOPARC (System for Observing Play and Recreation in Communities). Preventive Medicine. 2016 May;86:153-166. PubMed Central PMCID: 26946365. (Review)

    Avery CL, Holliday KM, Chakladar S, Engeda JC, Hardy ST, Reis JP, Schreiner PJ, Shay CM, Daviglus ML, Heiss G, Lin DY, Zeng D. Disparities in Early Transitions to Obesity in Contemporary Multi-Ethnic U.S. Populations. Plos One. 2016 Jan;11(6):e0158025-null. PubMed Central PMCID: 27348868.

    Holliday KM, Avery CL, Poole C, McGraw K, Williams R, Liao D, Smith RL, Whitsel EA. Estimating personal exposures from ambient air pollution measures: using meta-analysis to assess measurement error. Epidemiology (Cambridge, Mass.). 2014 Jan;25(1):35-43. PubMed Central PMCID: 24220191.

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