attending the Graduate School
of Public Health at the University
of Pittsburgh in 1983 she
became the first African-American
female to receive a Ph.D.
in epidemiology in the country.
She is currently a tenured
Professor of Medicine, Graduate
Professor of Psychology and
Associate Professor of Physiology
and Biophysics at Howard University.
Dr. Campbell is also a visiting
professor at John Hopkins
University and the University
of Pittsburgh Graduate School
of Public Health. Her
research focuses on addressing
health disparities, with particular
emphasis on clinical trials,
cancer etiology, and behavioral
risk factors including exercise,
and nutrition, in the African
Diaspora. Dr. Adams-Campbell
has over 100 peer-reviewed