Serdar Mamedov joined Extension Health and Nutrition in 2016. He has worked in a variety of settings, including hospitals, academia, and nonprofit community health agencies. He works to prevent diseases and promote healthy lifestyles through the application of knowledge to achieve behavior change. Serdar brings a wealth of experience in community health needs assessment, program planning, health education, and tools for healthy living.
Serdar earned a master’s degree in Community Health Education from Western Illinois University, Macomb
Areas of focus: behavior change, community health, community health assessment, racial and ethnic approaches to community health, epidemiology of chronic disease, chronic disease prevention, program planning