Dr. Douglas Guarnieri
Assistant Professor of Biology
213 Walsh Science Center
Major Academic Awards and Honors (select list)
Publications in Refereed Journals (select list)
My research focuses primarily on the global sociopsychological, policy, economic, and clinical impact of obesity and mental health on managing efficiencies for diagnosis, treatment, and cost, with implications for consumer behavior and health marketing. Overall, my philosophy is to contribute exemplar research to the peer-review, and provide students with the most fulfilling learning environment possible by rigorously integrating theory and practice based on my extensive experience as a teacher-scholar, and in the private and public sectors.
I serve on the Board of Directors for the Center for Women in Healthcare and Life Sciences (WIHLS): a global, non-profit, non-partisan research institute to advance opportunities for women in healthcare and life science industries, in addition to other committee and volunteer work. My research is often featured in major media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal and popular magazines, such as Time Magazine. I am a veteran of the U.S. Marines. My wife and I live in Great Valley with our son, Aiden, and daughter, Grace.
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