Colten Strickland, Graduate Research Assistant, Disaster Research Center
Graduate Research Assistant, Disaster Research Center
Ph.D. Student, Epidemiology
University of Delaware
Newark, DE 19716
.Colten James Strickland is a doctoral student in the Epidemiology program. Prior to the start of his program, Mr. Strickland was a Public Health Associate Program (PHAP) Associate (Class of 2016) for the Office for State, Tribal, Local, and Territorial Support (OSTLTS), Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Mr. Strickland was assigned to the Communicable Disease Services (CDS) Program at the Multnomah County Health Department. In addition, Mr. Strickland has worked for the Utah Department of Public Safety's (DPS) Division of Emergency Management (DEM) as an emergency planner as well as the Utah Department of Health as an emergency planning intern.
Mr. Strickland earned his Bachelor of Science in Philosophy with a minor in Peace and Justice Studies from Utah Valley University in 2013. He completed his Master of Public Health in Disaster Management from Tulane University in 2015 with a thesis entitled, "Utah Surge Capacity: An Evaluation of Hospital Capability to Withstand Crisis Standards of Care During an Earthquake in the Wasatch Front."
Mr. Strickland is particularly interested in disasters and environmental epidemiology
Mr. Strickland is an active and supportive member of the LGBTQ+ community.
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