Faculty & Staff
Dr. Dawood H. Sultan earned a Ph.D. in Sociology (with concentrations on health outcomes, demography, and statistics) from Louisiana State University. He currently serves as Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology and as Director of the Intervention Implementation Diffusion Core of the NIH-funded Hampton University Regional Transdisciplinary Collaborative Research Center-Minority Men's Health Initiative. His last appointment was at the Department of Health Policy and Management in the University of South Florida (USF) College of Public Health (COPH). While at USF, he Co-Directed the Research Training and Education Core (RTEC) and the Comparative Effectiveness Research for Eliminating Disparities Core (CERED) at the NIH-funded University of South Florida-Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute collaborative Center for Equal Health (CEH). His teaching and research interests include health outcomes, health behaviors, health promotion, health disparities, stress/distress mental health outcomes, community-based participatory health research and community-based health interventions using computer-based mobile technologies. Dr. Sultan received federal, corporate and university funding for research. He published original research in peer reviewed journals such as the Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, Health Promotion Practice, the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, the International Journal of Gynecological Cancer, the Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice, Surgery: Current Research, Applied Research in Quality of Life, Social Sciences, and Health Sociology Review. Dr. Sultan currently serves on the Board of Directors of Investigaciones Traslacionales, Soluciones Logísticas y Estratégicas de Panamá, Panama City, Republic of Panama, Our Humanity in the Balance, USA, the John Harvey Lowery Foundation, USA, and Peercorps Trust Fund, Dar Es Salaam,Tanzania.