Steven A. Branstetter

Ph.D., Child Clinical Psychology, University of Denver

Dr. Steven A. Branstetter's teaching interests are health promotion, statistics and methodology, behavioral theory, and child and adolescent development. His research interests include youth tobacco use and cessation; parental and peer-influences on tobacco use; behavioral economics and tobacco use; and smoking among cancer patients.

Marc Dingman

Ph.D., Neuroscience, Penn State 

Dr. Marc Dingman's teaching interests are diverse, and include epidemiology, pharmacology, neurobiology, and many other aspects of biobehavioral health.

Beth Edwards

Ph.D., Biobehavioral Health, Penn State  
B.S., Health Policy and Administration, Penn State

Dr. Beth Edwards' teaching and research interests include health promotion and health behavior, especially harm reduction approaches to tobacco use and sexual health.

Joseph Gyekis

Ph.D., Biobehavioral Health, Penn State  

Dr. Joseph Gyekis' teaching interests include statistics, research strategies, and research applications.

Elizabeth Lasher

Ph.D., Counselor Education, Penn State

Dr. Elizabeth Lasher's teaching interests include the biobehavioral effects of psychoactive drugs and the widespread effects that drugs have on modern society.

Michele Stine

Ph.D., Biobehavioral Health, Penn State

Dr. Michele Stine's teaching interests include psychopharmacology, health psychology, stress and health, and drug and alcohol use.