Philip Leaf, PhD
- Director, Center for the Prevention of Youth Violence
- Mental Health
- Health Policy and Management (Joint)
- Population, Family and Reproductive Health (Joint)
Center & Institute Affiliations
- Adolescent Health, Center for
- Injury Research and Policy, Johns Hopkins Center for
- Prevention of Youth Violence, Center for the
- Urban Health Institute (UHI)
624 N. Broadway
Hampton House 819
Baltimore, Maryland 21205
Personal website: http://www.jhsph.edu/preventyouthviolence
PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1978
MS, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1974
Health and Wellbeing in Baltimore
Youth Violence Prevention
Urban Health Institute
Honors and Awards
1988, 1990 Chair, Mental Health Section, American Public Health Association
1991 American Public Health Association, Chairman’s Award
1992 American Public Health Association, Section Award
2005 Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award, Johns Hopkins University
2010 Realizing the Dream – Larry Young’s A.C.E.; “Yes We Can!” Award
- "Mental Health", Mental Hygiene "Youth Violence Prevention"
Fuddy, L., Tandon, D., Derauf, C., Leaf, P.J., Duggan, A.: (In Press) “Association of Home Visitor’ and Mothers’ Attachment Style with Family Engagement”. Journal of Community Psychology.
Azur MJ, Stuart EA, Frangakis C, Leaf PJ.: Multiple imputation by chained equations: what is it and how does it work? Int J Methods Psychiatr Res. 2011 Mar;20(1):40-9. PMID:21499542.
Milam, A.J., Furr-Holden, C.D., Whitaker, D., Smart, M., Leaf, P.J., Cooley-Strickland, M.: (2011) Neighborhood Environment and Internalizing Problems in African American Children. Community Ment. Health J. 2011 Jan 14. PMID:21234683
Stuart, E.A., Cole, S.R., Bradshaw, C.P., Leaf, P.J.: (2011) “The Use of Propensity Scores to Assess the Generalizability of results from randomized trials”. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 174, Part 2, pp. 369-386.
Stuart, E.A., Cole, S.R., Bradshaw, C.P., Leaf, P.J.: (2011) The Use of Propensity Scores to Assess the Generalizability of results from randomized trials”. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society, 174, Part 3, pp.1-18.