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Catherine Rohweder Headshot

Senior Investigator
Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention 

Catherine Rohweder is the Project Director for the Comprehensive Cancer Control Collaborative of North Carolina (4CNC), one of eight collaborating centers in the CDC-funded Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network.  She also directs the Dissemination and Implementation Methods Unit within the TraCS Institute, home of UNC’s Clinical and Translational Science Award, and serves as a Co-Investigator on multiple NIH-funded implementation science studies.  Her research focuses on community engagement and the translation of evidence-based guidelines and recommendations into clinical and public health practice.  Content areas of expertise include cancer screening, diabetes, tobacco cessation, and maternal and child health. She has collaborated with investigators at UNC and nationally on advancing the application of implementation science theory and frameworks, evaluating implementation strategies, and using community-engaged methods to address disparities. She conducts much of her research in partnership with community health centers across the state.   

Dr. Rohweder received her MPH from Columbia University and her DrPH from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  She has published articles in Implementation Science, Preventive Medicine, and Translational and Behavioral Medicine.