Bernadette Hohl

  • Assistant Professor, Department of Epidemiology
  • Rutgers University



Dr. Hohl is interested in physical and social environmental factors that affect health and safety. She completed a post-doctoral position at the University of Pennsylvania, working with Dr. Branas on greening research in Youngstown and Philadelphia. At Rutgers, she has worked with local communities in New Jersey on land use and blight elimination including Camden.



Hausman, AJ, Baker, CN, Komaroff, E, Thomas, N, Guerra, Hohl, BC, Leff, S Developing Measures of Community-Relevant Outcomes for Violence Prevention Programs: A Community-Based Participatory Research Approach to Measurement. American Journal of Community Psychology, 1-14, 2013


Pennsylvania Department of Health, Bureau of Health Promotion and Risk Reduction Teen Dating Violence Prevention Team Raising Teen Dating Violence Prevention as a Public Health Priority Final Report, Philadelphia, Pa, 2011


Hausman, A, Hohl, B, Hanlon, A, Becker, J, Branas, C, Hayden, U T, Thomas, N, Fein, J. Communicating Success: Translating Community Specified Indicators of Program Success into Measurable Outcomes. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice. 15 (6) E22-E30, 2009


Hohl, B, Hanlon A. Reducing Cardiovascular Disease in Underserved Populations – Telemedicine Messages Summary, 2008


Hausman, AJ, Becker, JA, Hohl, BC, Thomas, N, Hayden, UT (August, 2007) Philadelphia Collaborative Violence Prevention Center Year 1 Planning Project – Report on Focus Groups


Hausman, AJ, Hohl, B. Pennsylvania Injury Reporting and Intervention System (PIRIS) Process Evaluation Report, 2006