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Acculturation, the built environment, and health-related quality of life: A multi-level study in Hispanic Americans
Mills, Sarah Denton
Sadler, Georgia Robins
Sallis, James F.
Malcarne, Vanessa L.
Klonoff, Elizabeth A.
Roesch, Scott C.
I would first like to acknowledge Vanessa L. Malcarne, Ph.D., Elizabeth A. Klonoff, Ph.D, and Georgia Robins Sadler, B.S.N., M.B.A. I am incredibly lucky to have such caring and supportive mentors. Their support and guidance has allowed me to reach my goals in graduate school. My writing and critical thinking have greatly improved. I have learned how to develop research projects, write manuscripts and grants, present at conferences, and work with others, and I enjoy all of it, because of their mentorship. I am repeatedly in awe of their abilities as researchers and educators. It is a privilege to be your mentee. I would also like to acknowledge Scott C. Roesch, Ph.D. and James F. Sallis, Ph.D., the other members of my dissertation committee. Your guidance and expertise has enhanced my training and allowed this project to come to fruition. In addition, this project would not have occurred without the support provided by the National Cancer Institute (1F31CA189625-01A1; 1R25CA130869). Importantly, I also thank the participants of this study who set aside their time to contribute to research. Findings from this dissertation are being prepared for publication. Publications based on this dissertation, chapters one through five, will be co-authored by Vanessa L. Malcarne, Elizabeth A. Klonoff, Scott C. Roesch, Rina S. Fox, and Georgia Robins Sadler. The dissertation author was the primary investigator and author of this material.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) San Diego State University, 2017
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