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Biography
Ray Marks

Ray Marks

Center for Health Promotion,

School of Health and Behavioral Sciences,

City University of New York, USA

Director


Email: rm226@columbia.edu


Qualifications

2001-2005 PostDoc, Hospital for Special Surgery & National Center for Health Education

2001 Ed.D., Columbia University

1988 M.S., University of Alberta


Publications (Selected)

  1. Marks R. Hip fracture epidemiological trends, outcomes, and risk factors 1970-2009. International Journal of General Medicine, 2, 1-17.
  2. Marks R. Gender differences in hip osteoarthritis. Health, Vol.2, No.7, 696-704 (2010) doi: 10.4236/health.2010.27106 2(7).
  3. Allegrante, JP, Hanson, D, Sleet, D, Marks, R. Ecological approaches to the prevention of unintentional injuries. Italian Journal of Public Health. Vol 7, no. 2
  4. Marks, R., Ok, H., & Allegrante, JP. Disparities in health communication. Global Journal Medical Research. Vol 1.
  5. Marks R et al. Health communication HINTS update. Journal of Health Communications, 15 Suppl. 3, 135-146. Invited
  6. Marks R. Hip fracture and physical activity. Journal of Aging Research, doi:10.4061/2011/741918
  7. Marks, R. Knee osteoarthritis and exercise adherence. Current Aging Science, 5, 72-83.
  8. Marks R. Aerobic Exercise for Preventing Osteoporosis in PostMenopausal Women. Current Rheumatology Reviews, 892)141-159.
  9. Marks R. Self-efficacy and knee osteoarthritis. Rheumatology Reports, 4, e10, 34-45.
  10. Kim, Y.S., Park, Y.S., Allegrante, J.P., Marks, R., Ok, H., Cho, K., Gerber, C. Relationship between Physical Activity and General Mental Health. Preventive Medicine, 7-SEP-2012 DOI information: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2012.08.021