Edward Wallace

Edward V Wallace

Associate Professor

Professional Summary

Edward. V. Wallace, specializes in the area of Community Health where he addresses health disparities in vulnerable populations.  His research area of focus is in three distinct areas: Racial and Ethnic Health Inequality, Health Policy, and Minority Health.  He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Africana Studies, the director and creator of the Minority Health Certificate, and an Affiliate faculty member with the College of Medicine at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Wallace has received the Spirit of Excellence Award and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles while at the University of Cincinnati. Most recently in (2018) he published Passing the Healthcare Bill from Obama to Trump: More Confusion, More Health Disparities. Journal of Race and Policy. 13 (1), 45 – 49. Dr. Wallace received his training from The State University of New York College at Cortland, The University of Massachusetts at Amherst, School of Public Health, and University of Alabama, School of Public Health.  

Education

Ph.D, The University of Alabama

MPH, Universtity of Massachusetts Amherst, School of Public Health

B.S. , State University of New York College at Cortland

Abbreviated Publications

Peer Reviewed Publications

Wallace. E. (2017). The willingness to prevent obesity via text messaging among low-income African Americans living in single family homes.  The Health Educator.  49(1), 10 – 17. 

 

Wallace, E., Adams, M. (2015).  Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Access to Dental Care, and Delayed Dental Care in Older Adults in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Journal of Pan African Studies. 7 (9), 72 – 82.
 

Wallace, E. (2015). Increasing Community Engagement to Meet the Challenges of Mental Health Disparities in African American Communities.  The Ashgate Research Companion to Black Sociology.
 

Wright II and Wallace, E. (2015) Black Sociology: Continuing the Agenda. The Ashgate Research Companion to Black Sociology
 

Wallace, E. (2012). Can Mobile Food Truck Vendors Contribute to the Accessibility of Nutritious Foods  in Vulnerable Communities? An Analysis of Public Health Policy. The Journal of Race and  Policy  8 (1), 
 

Wallace, E. (2018) Passing the Healthcare Bill from Obama to Trump: More
Confusion, More Health Disparities. Journal of Race and Policy.3 (1), 45 – 49.

Book Chapter

Wright II and Wallace, E. (2015) Black Sociology: Continuing the Agenda. The Ashgate Research Companion to Black Sociology
 

Wallace, E. (2015). Increasing Community Engagement to Meet the Challenges of Mental Health Disparities in African American Communities.  The Ashgate Research Companion to Black Sociology.

Courses Taught

Black Health Care

Research Methods in Health

Personal Health

Community Health

Disease Identification and Injury Prevention

Test Measurement and Evaluation in Health Behavior

Psychoactive Drugs

Contact Information

Academic - University of Cincinnati, Africana Studies Department
French-West 3609
Cincinnati  Ohio, 45221
Phone: 513-556-3841
wallaced@UCMAIL.UC.EDU