Our group has experience working with undergraduate research assistants, and can also serve as a site to meet internship requirements for pre-professional allied health programs and Master of Public Health Programs. For these positions, we have a preference for students interested in disability health studying health education, health promotion, epidemiology, population health, or social-behavioral sciences. In addition, Dr. James can serve as an internship preceptor for students in the MDisability summer internship program.
Current and Past Trainees
Trainee Awards and Accomplishments
Logan Roberts: Spring 2023 University of Florida Health Education Award recipient; poster presentation at the American Public Health Association 2023 Annual Meeting; co-author on 1 peer-reviewed publication.
Kyle Coady: Co-author on 2 peer-reviewed publications.
Dani Dorn: Poster presentation at the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference.
Dr. James is a mentor through the American Public Health Association's Disability Section Mentoring Program where he has worked with undergraduate and graduate students interested in disability health. Past mentees matched through this program have served as co-authors on publications or presentations, or have achieved their short-term career objectives (e.g., passing the Certified Health Education Specialist Exam). For more information, please visit the APHA Disability Section Mentoring Program website.