Matthews Hall, Room 220
Associate Professor, Department of Public Health
HHS Signature Research Area(s)
- Healthy Lifestyles and Vital Longevity
- Sustainable Organizations and Thriving Communities
Department of Public Health Research Area(s)
- Health Disparities
- Prevention Science
- Community-Engaged Research
- Intervention and Implementation Science
Dr. Randolph Hubach is Director of the Sexual Health Research Lab at Purdue University and Associate Professor of Public Health. He holds a Ph.D. in Health Behavior from Indiana University’s School of Public Health and MPH from California State University, Fullerton. Early in his career, Dr. Hubach’s research and practice experiences included serving as PI on a federally funded community-based sexual health intervention project, developing managed care programs for local public health and mental health jurisdictions, and serving in leadership positions in multiple community health coalitions and planning processes. As a behavioral scientist, he has gained a practical understanding of the challenges associated with the delivery of public health programs that are scientifically sound and responsive to the needs of diverse communities.
Dr. Hubach’s research interests include using community engaged principles to address sexuality-related health disparities, sexual behavior, LGBT population health, and HIV/AIDS within urban and rural communities.
- 2014 PhD in Health Behavior, Indiana University
- 2011 MPH in Health Promotion & Disease Prevention, California State University—Fullerton
- 2004 BA in History, Southern Methodist University
- PUBH 500 - Introduction to Public Health