Mark M Macauda, MPH, PhD
Practice and Placement Coordinator
Arnold School of Public Health
University of South Carolina
800 Sumter Street
Columbia, SC 29208
Office: (803) 777-1100
Fax: (803) 777-6290
2007, PhD, Medical Anthropology, University of Connecticut
Dr. Mark Macauda is a medical anthropologist who has been involved with reproductive health projects in the Philippines and in the Northeastern United States. He has also conducted research on the perceptions, experiences, and prevention behaviors of individuals who live in areas endemic for Lyme disease. Dr. Macauda is the Practice and Placement Coordinator for the Office of Public Health Practice. In that capacity he coordinates the field placement program of the Public Health Training Center and assists in the placement of students in practical experiences. He also oversees a state-wide evaluation of pregnancy prevention programming for youth.
Macauda M, Erickson P, Singer M, Santelices C. A Cultural Model of Cheating Among African American and Puerto Rican Young Adults. Anthropology and Medicine 2011; 18 (3): 351-364.
Abraham T, Macauda M, Erickson P, Singer M. "And Let Me See Them Damn Papers!" The Role of STI/AIDS Screening Among Urban African American and Puerto Rican Youth in the Transition to Sex Without a Condom. AIDS and Behavior 2011; 15(7): 1359-1371.
Macauda M, Erickson P, Miller M, Mann P, Closter L, Krause P. Long-Term Lyme Disease Antibiotic Therapy Beliefs Among New England Residents. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases 2011; 11(7): 857-862.
Hiscox L, Macauda M. Airborne Toxic Chemicals. In Meyers R, ed. Encyclopedia of Sustainability Science and Technology. New York: Springer; 2013.