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Maggie MooreMaggie Moore, MPH
Public Health Advisor
Division of Population Health
National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
4770 Buford Hwy, NE
Mailstop F 78
Atlanta, GA 30341
(770)488-5598
mnk1@cdc.gov


 

Maggie Moore, MPH works as a Public Health Advisor in the Division of Population Health at CDC's National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. For nearly 12 years, she worked in the Division's Healthy Aging Program, leading innovative efforts such as The State of Aging and Health in America and The State of Mental Health and Aging in America report series and interactive Web sites, the evidence-based SENIOR grant program, and numerous emergency preparedness projects including the recent report, Identifying Vulnerable Older Adults and Legal Options for Increasing Their Protection During All-Hazards Emergencies: A Cross-Sector Guide for States and Communities. In June 2013, Ms. Moore joined the Division's Epilepsy Program, where she will manage national-level projects and partnerships.

Ms. Moore has been with CDC since 1998 and is a graduate of CDC's Public Health Prevention Service Program. Her past CDC experience includes working with the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, the National Vaccine Program Office, and a 2 year assignment to the Texas Department of Health Bureau of Epidemiology where she helped to create the state's first Asthma Program and statewide coalition. Prior to working at CDC, Ms. Moore worked with the NIH/National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Prevention Research Branch and The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates. She received her MPH from The George Washington University School of Public Health in 1998.


Selected publications:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The State of Aging and Health in America 2013. Atlanta, GA: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, US Department of Health and Human Services; 2013.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Identifying Vulnerable Older Adults and Legal Options for Increasing their Protection During All-Hazards Emergencies: A Cross-Sector Guide for States and Communities. Atlanta: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; 2012.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Association of Chronic Disease Directors. The State of Mental Health and Aging in America Issue Brief 2: Addressing Depression in Older Adults: Selected Evidence-Based Programs. Atlanta, GA: National Association of Chronic Disease Directors; 2009.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Association of Chronic Disease Directors. The State of Mental Health and Aging in America Issue Brief 1: What Do the Data Tell Us? Atlanta, GA: National Association of Chronic Disease Directors; 2008.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Merck Company Foundation. The State of Aging and Health in America 2007. Whitehouse Station, NJ: The Merck Company Foundation; 2007.

Chapman DP, Williams SM, Strine TW, Anda RF, Moore MJ. Dementia and its Implications for Public Health. Preventing Chronic Disease. 2006 Apr.

Mokdad AH, Mensah G, Posner S, Reed E, Simoes E, Engelgau M, and the Chronic Diseases and Vulnerable Populations in Natural Disasters Working Group. When chronic conditions become acute: prevention and control of chronic diseases and adverse health outcomes during natural disasters. Preventing Chronic Disease. 2005 Nov.

Maylahn C, Alongi S, Alongi J, Moore M, Anderson LA. Data needs and uses for older adult health surveillance: perspectives from state health agencies. Preventing Chronic Disease. 2005 Jul.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and The Merck Institute of Aging and Health. The State of Aging and Health in America 2004. Whitehouse Station, NJ: The Merck Institute of Aging and Health; 2004.

Rotavirus Investigation Team. Intussusception among Infants Given an Oral Rotavirus Vaccine. NEJM:Feb 22, 2001, Vol. 344, No. 8.


 

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