Mary Catherine Augustyn, PhD
- Research Associate
Center & Institute Affiliations
615 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 1991
Promotion and conduction of collaborative research and activities between academic and public agencies for mutual benefit and interest; continuing education and training for public health professionals; public health information and data dissemination; research, training, and education in preventive health behavior and health promotion, primarily from the theoretical perspective of behavioral science; perinatal and prenatal health.
Behavioral Science; Collaboration; Continuing Education; Health Promotion; Internships; Perinatal; Prenatal; Prevention; Training
Honors and Awards
2000. Advising, Mentoring, and Teaching Recognition Award for outstanding service, Student Assembly, Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health
1998. Award for excellence in conference poster presentation. annual meeting of the Metropolitan Washington Public Health Association for “Redefining Core Maternal and Child Health Data Indicators” Augustyn Mc, Paige DM. Chang J. Nanda J, Adih W, Waterfield G.
- practice community maternal child internship training Behavioral Science Collaboration Continuing Education Health Promotion Perinatal Prenatal Prevention
Paige DM, Witter F, Nanda J, Augustyn, Mc. Asymptomatic Bacterial Vaginosis and Preterm Birth: Evaluation of a Community Based Trial, submitted and in review by Obstetrics & Gynecology (2005).
Paige, DM., Augustyn, Mc., Witter, F., Adih, W., Chang, J. Bacterial Vaginosis and Preterm Birth. Journal of Nurse Midwifery, 1998.
Augustyn, Mc., Paige, D., Beilenson, P., Alexander, Chang, J., Waterfield, G. Promoting Community-Based Maternal and Child Health Services: A University-Health Department Partnership. Maternal and Child Health Journal 1(2), 1997.
•Augustyn, Mc., Simons-Morton, B., Adolescent Drinking and Drinking and Driving: Etiology and Interpretation. Journal of Drug Education, 25(1) 1995.
Augustyn, Mc., Maiman, L., Psychological and Sociological Barriers to Prenatal Care. Women's Health Issues, 4(1), 1994.