Alisha Creel, PhD, is an Associate Director in our Large Surveys Practice. She provides project management and financial oversight for Westat’s premier in-person surveys and contributes expertise on study design and instrument development, cognitive testing, data collection and management, and data analysis and dissemination to various audiences.
Earlier in her career, Creel provided financial and management oversight for a health survey practice. She has directed telephone, mail, and web surveys; program evaluations; and qualitative research. Creel’s wide-ranging topical interests include health services research, military and veteran health, problematic alcohol use, prescription drug misuse, health-related stigma and interventions to reduce stigma, barriers to care and screening, and sexual assault prevention.
- PhD, Health, Behavior, and Society, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
- BA, Psychology, Harvard University
Journal ArticlePathways through early psychosis care for U.S. youths from ethnically and racially minoritized groups: A systematic review
N. Myers, M. Hutnyan, T.C. Daley, I. Bello, M. Chacon, A. Currie, B.J. Davis, L.B. Dixon, P.E. George, A. Giannicchi, A.N. Kwashie, K.A. McCormick, P. Meyer-Kalos, A. Nagendra, S. Nayar, D.K. Sarpal, T.Y. Sepahpour, D.I. Shapiro, J. Taylor-Zoghby
Journal ArticleAuthor response to e-cigarettes and respiratory disorder: The broader research context
Nicotine and Tobacco Research
J.D. Sargent, K.C. Edwards, J. Emond, S. Tanski, Kristie Taylor, J.P. Pierce, M.L. Goniewicz, R. Niaura, G. Anic, Y. Chen, P. Callahan-Lyon, L.D. Gardner, T. Thekkudan, N. Borek, H.L. Kimmel, K.M. Cummings, A. Hyland, M. Brunette
Journal ArticleSmokeless tobacco use and prevalence of cardiovascular disease among males in the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study, Waves 1–4
Preventive Medicine Reports
G.J. Nahhas, K.M. Cummings, M.J. Halenar, E. Sharma, A.J. Alberg, D. Hatuskami, M. Bansal-Travers, A. Hyland, D.E. Gaalema, P.B. Morris, K. Duffy, J.T. Chang, G. Lagaud, J.C. Vivar, D. Marshall, C. Blanco, Kristie TaylorSOURCE