Mark Macauda, MPH, PhD

Practice and Placement Coordinator, Office of Public Health Practice, University of South Carolina (Affiliate)


Research Overview

Dr. Macauda is a medical anthropologist who has been involved with reproductive health projects in the Philippines and in the Northeastern United States. He has also conducted research on vector borne disease: specifically the perceptions, experiences, and prevention behaviors of individuals who live in areas endemic for Lyme disease. He currently works in the Office of Public Health Practice at the Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, where he oversees a state-wide evaluation of pregnancy prevention programming for youth, and coordinates student placement in the field for practice based learning.

Education

Doctor of Philosophy, 2007
Medical Anthropology, University of Connecticut

Master of Public Health, 2005
University of Connecticut

Master of Arts, 2001
Medical Anthropology, University of Connecticut

Bachelor of Arts, 1998
Anthropology and Biological Sciences, University of Connecticut

Recent Publications

Contact Information
EmailMacauda@mailbox.sc.edu
Phone803.777.1100
Mailing AddressUniversity of South Carolina
Office of Public Health Practice
Arnold School of Public Health
800 Sumter Street
Columbia, SC 29208