Faculty

Sherika Hill

Adjunct Associate in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Psychiatry, Child & Family Mental Health and Developmental Neuroscience
School of Medicine

905 W Main St, 2nd Flr South B, Center for Developmental Epide, Durham, NC 27701

DUMC 3454, Durham, NC 27710

(919) 385-0833 sherika.hill@duke.edu

My research focuses on factors of risk and resilience in adolescent development. I am particularly interested in the role that SES and epigenetics play in creating disparities in health and behavioral outcomes.


Education & Training

Ph.D. 2013

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Grants

Early Substance Use in Rural American Indian and White/Anglo Youth

National Institutes of Health

Transition Collaborative Clinic

Arnold P. Gold Foundation

Publications

Predicting Persistent, Limited, and Delayed Problematic Cannabis Use in Early Adulthood: Findings From a Longitudinal Study.

PMID 29096779
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Association of Transition Readiness to Intentional Self-Regulation and Hopeful Future Expectations in Youth With Illness.

PMID 27979748
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Cannabis Use and Disorder From Childhood to Adulthood in a Longitudinal Community Sample With American Indians.

PMID 28117058
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Comparison of Positive Youth Development for Youth With Chronic Conditions With Healthy Peers.

PMID 27693130
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"Skin Deep Resilience" Among Disadvantaged Blacks: Critical Questions, Elusive Answers.

PMID 27940737
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Systematic review of character development and childhood chronic illness.

PMID 27170931
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International and Interdisciplinary Identification of Health Care Transition Outcomes.

PMID 26619178
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Character development pilot evaluation of two studies

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Nutrition and physical activity randomized control trial in child care centers improves knowledge, policies, and children's body mass index

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