Kerry K. Sease, M.D., MPH
Clinical Associate Professor
Clemson University School of Health Research
Senior Medical Director, Pediatric Academics
Contact: 864-454-1016 or email@example.com
Who is Dr. Sease?
Dr. Kerry Sease is a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Medicine and completed her training in Pediatrics at Prisma Health-Upstate. After residency, Dr. Sease received her MPH from the University of Pittsburgh School of Public Health as well as additional training from the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh through and General Academic Pediatric fellowship.
Dr. Sease is a clinical associate professor of pediatrics at the UofSC School of Medicine, Greenville and is also the medical director for the Bradshaw Institute for Community Child Health & Advocacy where she oversees community health initiatives for the Prisma Health Children’s Hospital. Her current work includes Comprehensive School Health Promotion: Increasing community-based healthy eating and physical activity and Community Paramedic intervention for a high-risk pediatric asthma population. Both of these projects are in partnership with Dr. Sarah Griffin from Clemson University.
For more information, see her Curriculum Vitae.
How Dr. Sease’s research is transforming health care
Community health research aims to deepen community relationships and partnerships, looking more to community-based participatory research to inform our programming as well as to complete relevant, timely studies that can drive evidence-based decision making within our community and beyond.
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Key Health Research Interest Areas
community health, pediatric obesity, community based, school health, health promotion, social determinants of health