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- 12 - Lesson 1: My Place in Space Purpose: To deepen student understanding about their place in space, starting with their bedroom and extending out to the Milky Way. Standards NCTE/IRA Standards for English Language Arts Standard 1- Students read a wide range of print and non-print texts…to build an understanding of themselves [and] acquire new information. Standard 5- Students employ a wide range of strategies as they write and use different writing process elements appropriately to communicate with different audiences for a variety of purposes.
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Meet IHPOur Staff
The Institute for Health Policy
Marlisa Allen, M.P.H.
Graduate Assistant
Marlisa.A. Allen@uth.tmc.edu
Marlisa Allen is currently pursuing a doctor of public health degree in
community health practice at Te University of Texas School of Public
Health. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology from
Grambling State University and her Master of Public Health degree in
maternal and child health from the Tulane University School of Public
Health and Tropical Medicine. Marlisa’s research interests include access
to care and social services issues in the African-American community,
maternal and child health, and minority health disparities.Larissa J. Estes, M.P.H., A.T.C., Graduate Assistant
713.500.9443
Larissa.J.Estes@uth.tmc.edu
Larissa J. Estes is currently pursuing a doctorate of public health at Te Uni -
versity of Texas School of Public Health. Larissa received her bacherlor’s degree in
athletic training from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh and her master’s degree
in public health from the University of Arizona. Larissa’s research interests include
public health policy analysis, maternal and child health, women’s health, minor-
ity health disparities and the intersection of HIV and violence against women.

Leah Fischer
713.500.9409
Amy.T.Beaven@uth.tmc.edu
Amy Beaven completed a Master of Public Administration with a concentra -
tion in Public Policy Analysis in 2005 at Virginia Commonwealth University.
In addition to her work in policy and administration, she has a background in
biotechnology and experience in molecular biology research. Her aim at the In-
stitute is to merge her experience and interests in health science and public
health policy in order to serve as a generalist capable of bridging gaps and le -
veraging opportunities for various stakeholders and greater public health. She
is also interested in the public administration issues of program design and
evaluation, organizational efectiveness, and social equity in public policy.Stephen H. Linder, Ph.D., Associate Director
713.500.9494
Stephen.H.Linder@uth.tmc.edu
Stephen Linder is the Associate Director of the Institute for Health Policy. He was
on the faculty of UCLA and Tulane University before coming to the University of
Texas School of Public Health in 1984. He is currently a Professor in two Divisions-
Management, Policy and Community Health, and Health Promotion and Behavioral
Science. He received his doctorate in political science from the University of Iowa.
He has been honored with the prestigious Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation Award,
which is given annually to Texas professors for superior teaching at the college level.
Dritana Marko, M.D., M.Sc.
Faculty Associate
210.562.5541
Dritana.Marko@uth.tmc.edu
Dritana Marko was trained as physician by the University of Tirana (Albania)
prior to enrolling in the University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain from which
she obtained a Master's in Health Economics and Health Care Management in
2003. Her medical education coupled with her study of economics has furthered
her interests in health economics and health policy with a central focus on transla -
tion and dissemination processes of policies relevant to the health of populations.
She has worked internationally on public health projects as well as in health care
systems research, thus bringing a unique perspective to the work of the Institute.
Syed W. Noor, M.A.,M.S., M.P.H.,Graduate Assistant
713.500.9497
Syed.W.Noor@uth.tmc.edu
Syed earned a bachelor’s degree in social anthropology from the Univer -
sity of Dhaka in Bangladesh and a master’s degree in cultural anthropology
from Wichita State University. He also received a master’s in public health
from Wtate. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in behavioral sci -
ences at the University of Texas School of Public Health in the Health Promo-
tion and Behavioral Sciences Division. Syed’s expertise includes needs- and
strength-based program planning and evaluation, as well as evidence-based
program planning, HIV/AIDS-related policy analysis, health disparities, and
informed decision making. His current research efort focuses on social and
cultural determinants of high-risk behaviors among intravenous drug users.
OluwafOlakemi ("fOlake") m. Olaniran, m.Sc., Graduate aSSiStant
713.500.9498
Folake.O.Olaniran@uth.tmc.edu
Folake Olaniran received her M.Sc. in Population and Development from the Lon -
don School of Economics and has spent time working for the United Nations Popu -
lation Fund in Nigeria. She is currently enrolled in the Ph.D. (Behavioral Sciences)
program at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Public
Health. Her research interests include health disparity policies, organizational behav-
ior with a focus on healthcare systems, quality of care issues and program evaluation.
Patty POOle, executive aSSiStant
713.500.9318
Patricia.A.Poole@uth.tmc.edu
Patty Poole is the Executive Assistant for the Institute for Health Poli-
OluwafOlakemi ("fOlake") m. Olaniran, m.Sc., Graduate aSSiStant
cy. She works closely with the Institute coordinating communications, proj-
713.500.9498
ect meetings, and events. Prior to joining the Center in 2003, Patty worked
Folake.O.Olaniran@uth.tmc.edu
in the legal and medical industries. Her experience also includes special
event planning, project management and marketing. Patty received an As-
Folake Olaniran received her M.Sc. in Population and Development from the Lon -
sociate's Degree from Erie Community College, Bufalo, New York.
don School of Economics and has spent time working for the United Nations Popu -
lation Fund in Nigeria. She is currently enrolled in the Ph.D. (Behavioral Sciences)
program at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Public
Health. Her research interests include health disparity policies, organizational behav-
ior with a focus on healthcare systems, quality of care issues and program evaluation.

ShannOn m. raSP, Sr. cOmmunicatiOnS SPecialiSt
713.500.9490
Shannon.M.Rasp@uth.tmc.edu
Shannon Rasp earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Sam Hous -
ton State University. She has more than 15 years of experience as an award-
winning reporter, writer, and media relations professional. She worked in
the media relations departments of UT-Houston, the Harris County Hos-
pital District, the University of Houston, and the Houston Astros Base -
ball Club before joining the Institute for Health Policy. Shannon special -
izes in communicating medical and health discoveries to the public. tOm reynOldS, Ph.d., reSearch aSSOciate
713.500.9387
Thomas.F.Reynolds@uth.tmc.edu
Research Associate Tom Reynolds earned his masters' in health care adminis -
tration from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, and his doctorate in man -
agement and policy from the University of Texas School of Public Health. His
primary research interests center on issues related to health service access. His
experience includes applying geographical information systems technologies and
small area estimation methods to these issues, which led to his involvement in de-
veloping several Web-based local and regional health data query and dissemina-
tion systems. A major objective of his current work with the institute is to help
develop such a system for the data gathered for the Health of Houston Survey.
Nickalos A. Rocha, M.P.A., Program Manager
713.500.9488
Nickalos.A.Rocha@uth.tmc.edu
Nickalos A. Rocha is the Program Manager of the Research Into Action Knowl -
edge Translation Program. His previous ffteen years of work experience has focused
on: surveillance systems, non-proft development, evaluation, alcohol related sub-
stance abuse prevention programs, injury prevention programs, program specifc
knowledge translation eforts and grant, contract and philanthropic development.
Past educational eforts consist of attaining a Bachelors Degree in Political Science,
a Masters of Public Administration with a concentration in International Policy
and Administration from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a certifcate
in Injury Prevention from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.Zubin Segal, M.P.H., Graduate Assistant
713.500.9426
Zubin.N.Segal@uth.tmc.edu

Zubin Segal earned a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience from Northwestern
University and recently graduated from Te University of Texas School of Public
Health with a master’s degree in public health, specializing in epidemiology. His
research interests extend into a variety of health policy arenas and upstream in -
tervention and educational initiatives. Zubin’s work involves contributing to the
KTExchange.org Web portal and analyzing the efcacy of the IHP-associated
PASS/CATCH program. Zubin is also experienced in study design, implementa -
tion and analysis, and is a trainer and research and associate with the Center for
Biosecurity and Public Health Preparedness at the UT School of Public Health.

Denise H. Truong, Graduate Assistant
713.500.9480
Denise.H.Truong@uth.tmc.edu
Denise H. Truong received her Bachelor of Business Administration in Mar-
keting from the University of Texas at Austin and is currently a Master of Public
Health candidate in the Management, Policy and Community Health Division
and Global Health Concentration at the University of Texas Health Science Center
at Houston, School of Public Health. She has experience developing and direct -
ing culturally sensitive programs in the public and private sectors and has studied in
Europe and worked in Asia. Her interests in health policy and knowledge transla-
tion include their applications to the culturally diverse aging disabled population
afected by motor neuron diseases and other progressive degenerative disorders.Jessica M. Tullar, Ph.D., M.P.H., Faculty Associate
713.500.9481
Jessica.M.Tullar@uth.tmc.edu
Jessica Tullar completed both her M.P.H. and Ph.D. in Epidemiology at the Uni-
versity of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, School of Public Health. While
her dissertation work as a NIOSH Occupational Injury Prevention Fellow focused
on physical and psychosocial occupational exposures, she led multiple collabora-
tions both among researchers and with the worksite sponsoring her dissertation. She
brings experience in both survey design and felding as well as building collabora-
tions. Dr. Tullar is interested in fnding out what questions government, community
and other public health stakeholders have and providing scientifcally valid answers.
li yu, m.f.a., GraPhic deSiGner
713.500.9484
Li.Yu@uth.tmc.edu
Li Yu is the Graphic Artist for the Institute for Health Policy, who specializes in
branding, graphic and web design. She attained her Bachelor’s degree in Graphic
Design from Tsinghua University in Beijing, and her Master of Fine Arts (MFA) in
Graphic Design from Iowa State University. Li has worked closely with clients in
marketing, engineering, products, and sales. Her fne art and visual communication/
design backgrounds specifcally focus on typography, publication and user interface
design, symbology, illustration, photography, animation, painting and drawing.