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Andrew S. Bradlyn, PhD

Professor

Dr. Andrew Bradlyn, a former tenured professor at the West Virginia School of Medicine in Morgantown, has served on the editorial boards of numerous journals, and on the advisory board of Advances in Pediatric Psychology. Dr. Bradlyn has published articles on topics such as physical activity in adolescents and children; childhood obesity; life stress, coping, and depression in children; teaching effective parenting skills; and the relationship between alcohol and stress.

Education and Training

  • BA, Emory University
  • MA, University of Mississippi
  • Predoctoral Internship, Clinical Child and Pediatric Psychology, Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago
  • PhD, Clinical Psychology, University of Mississippi

Years

Selected Prior Positions

1986-2005

Tenured Associate Professor, Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry
West Virginia University School of Medicine in Morgantown

2001-2005

Co-Director, Health Behavior Research Center
West Virginia University School of Medicine in Morgantown

2005-2011

Co-Director, Health Research Center
West Virginia University School of Medicine in Morgantown

2005-2011

Tenured Professor, Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry
West Virginia University School of Medicine in Morgantown

2009-2011

Co-Director, Tracking, Evaluation, and Quality Improvement Program (TEQuIP)
West Virginia Clinical and Translational Science Institute

2011-2016

Senior Fellow/Vice President, Public Health and Survey Research
ICF International

2014-2016

Director, Research and Evaluation Institute
ICF International

2016-present

Executive Director, Center for Research and Evaluation
Kaiser Permanente Georgia

Selected Publications

Peer-reviewed research manuscripts

  • Matthews-Ewald MR, Moore LC, Harris CV, Bradlyn AS, Frost SS, and Colleagues in the West Virginia Department of Education. Assessing moderate to vigorous physical activity in rural elementary school physical education class. West Virginia Medical Journal 2013;109(4):12-6.
  • Matthews-Ewald MR, Kelley G, Gurka M, Frost S, Moore LC, Harris C, Bradlyn A, Zullig K, Larkin K. Looking within the school day: Does activity compensation occur with light physical activity? International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health 2014;7(1):45-52.
  • Matthews-Ewald MR, Kelley G, Gurka M, Frost S, Moore LC, Harris C, Bradlyn A, Zullig K, Larkin K, Reeves M. The between-person and within-person variability of light physical activity among a group of rural adolescents. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health 2014;7(1).
  • Robles B, Frost S, Moore L, Harris CV, Bradlyn AS, Kuo T. Overweight and obesity among low-income women in rural West Virginia and urban Los Angeles County. Preventive Medicine 2014 February 28. pii: S0091-7435(14)00081-4. doi: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2014.02.016
  • Guthrie N, Bradlyn A, Thompson SK, Yen S, Haritatos J, Dillon F, et al. Development of an accelerometer-linked online intervention system to promote physical activity in adolescents. PLoS ONE 2015;10(5): e0128639. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0128639