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Cheryl Albright
Title Professor
Faculty Rank 5
Degree PhD, MPH
Institution University of Hawaii
Department School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene
Clusters Cardiovascular and Related Diseases
Community Engagement
Obesity and Metabolic Syndromes
Women's Health and Reproductive Biology
2528 McCarthy Mall, Webster 402
University of Hawaii at Manoa
City Honolulu
State HI
Postal Code 96822
Telephone 808 956 9716
Fax 808 956 0547
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Title Professor
Institution University of Hawaii
Department Office of Public Health Studies
Division "Community Engagement","Obesity and Metabolic Syndromes","Women's Health and Reproductive Biology"
Title Professor
Institution University of Hawaii
Department School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene
Division self management, intervention studies, health behavior change, built environment, health disparities in race-ethnic populations

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2008 Society of Behavioral Medicine Behavioral Medicine Fellow

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  Dr. Albright conducts transdisciplinary research spanning the fields of nursing, pediatric oncology, behavioral medicine, health psychology, nutrition, organ donation / transplantation, exercise science, and epidemiology. She has almost 30 years of research experience focused on innovative strategies to promote modification of behavioral risk factors in adults and adolescents. Before coming to the University of Hawaii, she was a senior research scientist at Stanford University School of Medicine’s Prevention Research Center (1984-2003). In 2008 she was elected as a Fellow in the Society of Behavioral Medicine.

Her research interventions encourage self-management of behavioral risk factors for chronic diseases including: dietary intake (modify high fat/low fiber diets), sedentary behaviors (decrease screen time), physical activity (increase home-based, moderate-to-vigorous intensity physical activity), and obesity/weight management (weight loss and weight gain prevention). Much of her research involves innovative technology-driven research interventions that have included: websites, text messaging, tailored telephone counseling, and in-home technology such as a television connected to the internet (i.e., Google TV). As a Principal Investigator she has been awarded (2007-present) almost $11 million dollars in federal grants from several institutes at the National Institutes of Health including: NCI, NIDDK, NHLBI, NIDA and HRSA. In addition, she serves as a Co-Investigator on research grants totaling an additional $40 million dollars (funded by NCI, NINR, DOD, AHRQ, and private foundations such as the Hyundai Hope on Wheels Foundation). Almost all of this research has focused on reducing health disparities for underrepresented ethnic minorities, particularly with respect to interventions to reduce health behavior risk factors in both healthy populations and cancer survivors.

Dr. Albright has been an instructor and mentor to undergraduate students at the University of Hawaii (UH) and UH graduate students from nursing & public health, as well as: medical students, pediatric residents, and postdoctoral fellows from the fields of health psychology, epidemiology, nutrition, exercise science, health communications, and public health.


1972 B.A. University of Texas; Austin, Texas
Major area: Zoology

1977 B.S. University of Houston; Houston, Texas
Major area: Psychology

1982 M.A. University of Houston; Houston, Texas
Major area: Social Psychology and Behavioral Medicine

1983 Ph.D. University of Houston; Houston, Texas
Major area: Social Psychology and Behavioral Medicine

1986 M.P.H. University of California at Berkeley; Berkeley, California
Major area: Social Epidemiology

Research Themes:
Women’s health, health disparities in ethnic minorities, modification of high risk health behaviors (diet/exercise/sedentary behaviors), primary and secondary prevention strategies (targeting the individual, family, the community/worksite, the built environment, and public health policy).

Research Focus:
Technology-based physical activity interventions with multiethnic postpartum women, worksite –based weight management programs, weight loss interventions for multiethnic postpartum women with a history of gestational diabetes, innovative technology interventions to educate ethnic minority teenagers about their decision to become a designated organ donor on their first driver’s license, and EMR-facilitated physician advice to encourage healthy lifestyles (diet/exercise) in adolescent and young adults survivors of childhood cancers.

Current Research Funding ( as of September 6, 2018):
2018-present Principal Investigator: Hawaii Department of Health: Tobacco Prevention and Education Program and the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Division; Three State Contracts: $625,257 annual direct costs
Monitoring sales of tobacco and e-cigarettes to underage minors: KATS, FDA, and SYNAR Projects. University of Hawai’i at Manoa; Honolulu, HI

2017-present Multiple Principal Investigator: NIH, NIMHD (R15 MD011474;9/26/17-5/31/2020) MPI: Clem Ceria-Ulep, PhD, RN. Increasing physical activity in Filipino Lay Leaders School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene University of Hawai’i at Manoa; Honolulu, HI

2014-present Mentor, NIH, NIMHD (U54 MD007584; 5/1/2015-4/30/2019; $2,045,482, annual direct costs). Research Centers in Minority Institutions -RCMI Multidisciplinary and Translational Research Infrastructure expansion. MPIs: Jerris Hedges, MD, MS. - John A Burns School of Medicine & Noreen Mokuau, DSW – Myron B Thompson School of Social Work, University of Hawai’i, Manoa, HI

Completed Grants and Contracts at University of Hawaii at Manoa
2017-2018 Mentor; Robert Wood Johnson Foundation - New Connections Program Examining cross-sector collaboration in built environment initiatives to increase physical activity Principal Investigator: Lehua Choy, PhD Office of Public Health Studies, Myron B Thompson School of Social Work. University of Hawai’I at Manoa, Honolulu, HI

2014-2018 Principal Investigator. DHHS, HRSA (R39OT26993) Using an Interactive Website, Social Media, and Gamification to Engage/Reframe Deceased Organ Donation for Asian/Pacific Islander College Students. School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene; University of Hawai’i, HI

2012- 2017 Co-Investigator, NIH, NCI (1 PO1 CA168530-01, 9/1/2012-8/13/2017). Obesity, Body Fat Distribution, and Cancer Risk in the Multiethnic Cohort. Co-PIs: Loic LeMarchand, MD, PhD & Unhee Lim, PhD. Epidemiology Program. University of Hawai’i Cancer Center; Honolulu, HI

2015-2017 Co-Investigator, NIH/NIDDK (R21DK105413; 7/1/2015-6/30/2017) Brain – Gut Microbiome-Visceral Adiposity Relationships in Multiethnic Adults
Multiple PIs: Unhee Lim, PhD1, Linda Chang, MD2, and Meredith Hullar, PhD3
1 Cancer Epidemiology Program at UH Cancer Center and
2 Department of Medicine at John A Burns School of Medicine
University of Hawai’i at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
3 Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle WA

2011- 2015 Co-Investigator, NIH, NCI (1R01CA154644, 9/1/2011- 8/31/2015). Obesogenic environment: impact on breast, colorectal, and prostate cancer risk. PI: Iona Cheng, Ph.D., Cancer Prevention Institute of California, Freemont, CA.

2014-2014 Multiple-Principal Investigator. HMSA Foundation; 1/1/2014-12/31/2014; ($95,231 annual direct costs) Evidence-based methods to increase patients’ commitment to their health. Multiple-PI: Michael Nagoshi, MD. John A Burns School of Medicine, Office of Medical Education. School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene; University of Hawai’i, Manoa, HI

2007- 2013 Principal Investigator, NIH, NIDDK (R01 DK079684; 7/1/2007-7/31/2013;) Multimedia intervention to motivate ethnic minority teens to be designated organ donors on first driver’s license 9/2009 – 11/2011 -ARRA Administrative Supplement, R01 (DK079684-03S1) School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene; University of Hawai’i, Manoa, HI

2010-2013 Multiple-Principal Investigator, Sub-contract: Hyundai Hope on Wheels Foundation Scholars Award (6/1/2012-12/30/2013; $47,227). Reducing obesity in survivors of childhood cancer using an electronic medical record-facilitated clinical management program. Managed by the Hawaii Pacific Health Foundation; Honolulu, HI.
Multiple-PI: Randal Wada, MD -School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene; UH-Manoa, HI

2010-2013 Principal Investigator, NIH, NIDA (9R42 DA031402; 9/1/2010- 8/31/2013). A Home Exercise Program for Women with infants & young children . Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) grant between the UH School of Nursing & Dental Hygiene, Honolulu, HI and Klein Bluendel, Inc., Golden, CO.

2010-2013 Subcontract Principal Investigator, USDHHS; Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. (R01 HS019367; 9/1/2010-8/31/2013) Comparative effectiveness of diabetes prevention strategies in women with gestational diabetes. PI: Assiamira Ferrara, MD, Kaiser Permanente Oakland, Kaiser Foundation Research Inst., Oakland, CA

2007- 7/2012 Principal Investigator, NIH, NCI (R01 CA115614; 9/29/2007-7/31/2012). Physical Activity in Women with Infants 7/2009- 7/2012 ARRA Administrative Supplement, NCI (R01 CA115614–03S1)
Recruitment and evaluation of postpartum women with a history of gestational diabetes response to a physical activity intervention and the evaluation of sedentary behavior in an ethnic minority sample of postpartum women.
UH School of Nursing & Dental Hygiene

2008- 2012 Research Core Leader, NIH, NINR (P20NR010671; 9/30/2007-6/30/2012)
Center for `Ohana Self-Management of Chronic Illnesses in Hawaii (COSMIC): Building Research Teams for the Future PI: Jillian Inouye, PhD, APRN; UH School of Nursing & Dental Hygiene

2008- 2011 Project III Co-Leader, Dept. of Defense (W81XWH-06-2-0042, 1/1/2008-6/1/2011; $595,258)
A web-based intervention to improve quality of life and promote healthy behaviors in adult cancer survivors. Leader of Project III: Erin Bantum, PhD. PI: Carl Vogel, MD; University of Hawaii Cancer Center, Honolulu, Hawaii

2008- 2010 Principal Investigator, NIH, NHLBI (STTR-Phase I, R41HL091592; 9/5/2008- 2/28/2010; $198,162). A Home Exercise Program for Women with Infants and Young Children. Phase 1, Small Business Technology Transfer Grant (STTR) between the University of Hawaii Cancer Center; Honolulu, Hawaii and Klein Bluendel, Inc; Golden, Colorado

2004-2009 Subcontract Principal Investigator, NIH, NHLBI (R01 HL079505, 9/30/04-9/30/09)Work, Weight, and Wellness –The 3W Project. A worksite weight management program for hotel workers. PI: Thomas Vogt, MD, PhD
Kaiser Center for Health Research Hawaii, Honolulu, HI

2004-2008 Subcontract Principal Investigator, NIH, NIDDK (R01 DK062659) Bayanihan Project (Increasing organ donation in Filipinos from Hawaii) PI: Linda Wong, MD; John A. Burns School of Medicine; UH Cancer Center; Honolulu, HI

2004-2008 Co-Investigator, NIH, NCI (R01 CA106744; )Evaluating Errors in Reported use of Dietary Supplements
PI: Suzanne Murphy, PhD. University of Hawai’i Cancer Center; Honolulu, HI

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I am a mentor for junior faculty from many disciplines (nursing, public health, health psychology) as well as undergraduates and graduates. Best way to contact me is via email -

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related to health behaviors (diet, exercise, sedentary behavior, breastfeeding, smoking, immunizations, cancer screening)

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  Research projects funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

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2017Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino lay leaders1R15MD011474-01
2017Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino lay leaders1R15MD011474-01
2017Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino lay leaders1R15MD011474-01
2017Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino lay leaders1R15MD011474-01
2017Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino lay leaders1R15MD011474-01
2017Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino lay leaders1R15MD011474-01
2017Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino lay leaders1R15MD011474-01
2017Increasing Physical Activity in Filipino lay leaders1R15MD011474-01
2012A Home Exercise Program (DVD) for Women with Infants and Young Children5R42DA031402-04
2011Multimedia intervention to motivate ethnic teens to be designated donors5R01DK079684-05
2011A Home Exercise Program (DVD) for Women with Infants and Young Children5R42DA031402-03
2010A Home Exercise Program (DVD) for Women with Infants and Young Children9R42DA031402-02
2010Multimedia intervention to motivate ethnic teens to be designated donors5R01DK079684-04
2010Physical Activity in Women with Infants5R01CA115614-04
2009Physical Activity in Women with Infants3R01CA115614-03S1
2009Multimedia intervention to motivate ethnic teens to be designated donors5R01DK079684-03
2009Physical Activity in Women with Infants5R01CA115614-03
2009Multimedia intervention to motivate ethnic teens to be designated donors3R01DK079684-03S1
2008Multimedia intervention to motivate ethnic teens to be designated donors5R01DK079684-02
2008Physical Activity in Women with Infants5R01CA115614-02
2008A Home Exercise Program (DVD) for Women with Infants and Young Children1R41HL091592-01A1
2007Multimedia intervention to motivate ethnic teens to be designated donors1R01DK079684-01
2007Physical Activity in Women with Infants1R01CA115614-01A2

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1. Taira D, Sentell T, Albright C, Lansidell D, Nakagawa K, Seto T, Stevens JM. Insights in Public Health: Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring: Underuse in Clinical Practice in Hawai'i. Hawaii J Med Public Health. 2017 Nov; 76(11):314-317.
2. Dela Cruz MRI, Tsark JAU, Chen JJ, Albright CL, Braun KL. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination Motivators, Barriers, and Brochure Preferences Among Parents in Multicultural Hawai'i: a Qualitative Study. J Cancer Educ. 2017 Sep; 32(3):613-621.
3. Canchola AJ, Shariff-Marco S, Yang J, Albright C, Hertz A, Park SY, Shvetsov YB, Monroe KR, Le Marchand L, Gomez SL, Wilkens LR, Cheng I. Association between the neighborhood obesogenic environment and colorectal cancer risk in the Multiethnic Cohort. Cancer Epidemiol. 2017 10; 50(Pt A):99-106.
4. Conroy SM, Clarke CA, Yang J, Shariff-Marco S, Shvetsov YB, Park SY, Albright CL, Hertz A, Monroe KR, Kolonel LN, Marchand LL, Wilkens LR, Gomez SL, Cheng I. Contextual Impact of Neighborhood Obesogenic Factors on Postmenopausal Breast Cancer: The Multiethnic Cohort. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2017 04; 26(4):480-489.
5. Dela Cruz MR, Tsark JA, Soon R, Albright CL, Braun KL. Insights in Public Health: Community Involvement in Developing a Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccine Brochure Made for Parents in Hawai'i. Hawaii J Med Public Health. 2016 07; 75(7):203-7.
6. Ferrara A, Hedderson MM, Brown SD, Albright CL, Ehrlich SF, Tsai AL, Caan BJ, Sternfeld B, Gordon NP, Schmittdiel JA, Gunderson EP, Mevi AA, Herman WH, Ching J, Crites Y, Quesenberry CP. The Comparative Effectiveness of Diabetes Prevention Strategies to Reduce Postpartum Weight Retention in Women With Gestational Diabetes Mellitus: The Gestational Diabetes' Effects on Moms (GEM) Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial. Diabetes Care. 2016 Jan; 39(1):65-74.
7. Albright CL, Saiki K, Steffen AD, Woekel E. What barriers thwart postpartum women's physical activity goals during a 12-month intervention? A process evaluation of the Na Mikimiki Project. Women Health. 2015; 55(1):1-21.
8. Albright CL, Steffen AD, Wilkens LR, White KK, Novotny R, Nigg CR, Saiki K, Brown WJ. Effectiveness of a 12-month randomized clinical trial to increase physical activity in multiethnic postpartum women: results from Hawaii's Na Mikimiki Project. Prev Med. 2014 Dec; 69:214-23.
9. Bantum EO, Albright CL, White KK, Berenberg JL, Layi G, Ritter PL, Laurent D, Plant K, Lorig K. Surviving and thriving with cancer using a Web-based health behavior change intervention: randomized controlled trial. J Med Internet Res. 2014 Feb 24; 16(2):e54.
10. Williams AE, Stevens VJ, Albright CL, Nigg CR, Meenan RT, Vogt TM. The results of a 2-year randomized trial of a worksite weight management intervention. Am J Health Promot. 2014 May-Jun; 28(5):336-9.
11. Ferrara A, Hedderson MM, Albright CL, Brown SD, Ehrlich SF, Caan BJ, Sternfeld B, Gordon NP, Schmittdiel JA, Gunderson EP, Mevi AA, Tsai AL, Ching J, Crites Y, Quesenberry CP. A pragmatic cluster randomized clinical trial of diabetes prevention strategies for women with gestational diabetes: design and rationale of the Gestational Diabetes' Effects on Moms (GEM) study. BMC Pregnancy Childbirth. 2014 Jan 15; 14:21.
12. Lim U, Wilkens LR, Albright CL, Novotny R, Le Marchand L, Kolonel LN. University of Hawai'i Cancer Center Connection: bias in self-reported anthropometry in relation to adiposity and adulthood weight gain among postmenopausal Caucasian and Japanese American Women. Hawaii J Med Public Health. 2013 Dec; 72(12):445-9.
13. Wada RK, Glaser DW, Bantum EO, Orimoto T, Steffen AD, Elia JL, Albright CL. Hawai'i's multiethnic adolescent and young adult survivors of childhood cancer: are their health behavior risks similar to state and national samples? Hawaii J Med Public Health. 2013 Nov; 72(11):380-5.
14. Schembre SM, Cheng I, Wilkens LR, Albright CL, Marchand le L. Variations in bitter-taste receptor genes, dietary intake, and colorectal adenoma risk. Nutr Cancer. 2013; 65(7):982-90.
15. Wong LL, Hernandez BY, Albright CL. Socioeconomic factors affect disparities in access to liver transplant for hepatocellular cancer. J Transplant. 2012; 2012:870659.
16. Lim U, Turner SD, Franke AA, Cooney RV, Wilkens LR, Ernst T, Albright CL, Novotny R, Chang L, Kolonel LN, Murphy SP, Le Marchand L. Predicting total, abdominal, visceral and hepatic adiposity with circulating biomarkers in Caucasian and Japanese American women. PLoS One. 2012; 7(8):e43502.
17. Albright CL, Schembre SM, Steffen AD, Wilkens LR, Monroe KR, Yonemori KM, Murphy SP. Differences by race/ethnicity in older adults' beliefs about the relative importance of dietary supplements vs prescription medications: results from the SURE Study. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2012 Aug; 112(8):1223-9.
18. Lim U, Ernst T, Wilkens LR, Albright CL, Lum-Jones A, Seifried A, Buchthal SD, Novotny R, Kolonel LN, Chang L, Cheng I, Le Marchand L. Susceptibility variants for waist size in relation to abdominal, visceral, and hepatic adiposity in postmenopausal women. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2012 Jul; 112(7):1048-55.
19. Schembre SM, Albright CL, Lim U, Wilkens LR, Murphy SP, Novotny R, Ernst T, Chang L, Kolonel LN, Le Marchand L. Associations between weight-related eating behaviors and adiposity in postmenopausal Japanese American and white women. Physiol Behav. 2012 Jul 16; 106(5):651-6.
20. Novotny R, Chen C, Williams AE, Albright CL, Nigg CR, Oshiro CE, Stevens VJ. US acculturation is associated with health behaviors and obesity, but not their change, with a hotel-based intervention among Asian-Pacific Islanders. J Acad Nutr Diet. 2012 May; 112(5):649-56.
21. Wong LL, Hernandez B, Kwee S, Albright CL, Okimoto G, Tsai N. Healthcare disparities in Asians and Pacific Islanders with hepatocellular cancer. Am J Surg. 2012 Jun; 203(6):726-32.
22. Albright CL, Steffen AD, Novotny R, Nigg CR, Wilkens LR, Saiki K, Yamada P, Hedemark B, Maddock JE, Dunn AL, Brown WJ. Baseline results from Hawaii's Na Mikimiki Project: a physical activity intervention tailored to multiethnic postpartum women. Women Health. 2012; 52(3):265-91.
23. Layi G, Albright CA, Berenberg J, Plant K, Ritter P, Laurent D, Lorig K, Bantum EO. UH Cancer Center Hotline: Recruiting cancer survivors for an online health-behavior change intervention: are different strategies more beneficial? Hawaii Med J. 2011 Oct; 70(10):222-3.
24. Murphy SP, Wilkens LR, Monroe KR, Steffen AD, Yonemori KM, Morimoto Y, Albright CL. Dietary supplement use within a multiethnic population as measured by a unique inventory method. J Am Diet Assoc. 2011 Jul; 111(7):1065-72.
25. Schembre SM, Nigg CR, Albright CL. Race/ethnic differences in desired body mass index and dieting practices among young women attending college in Hawai'i. Hawaii Med J. 2011 Jul; 70(7 Suppl 1):32-6.
26. Lim U, Ernst T, Buchthal SD, Latch M, Albright CL, Wilkens LR, Kolonel LN, Murphy SP, Chang L, Novotny R, Le Marchand L. Asian women have greater abdominal and visceral adiposity than Caucasian women with similar body mass index. Nutr Diabetes. 2011 May 09; 1:e6.
27. Ferrara A, Hedderson MM, Albright CL, Ehrlich SF, Quesenberry CP, Peng T, Feng J, Ching J, Crites Y. A pregnancy and postpartum lifestyle intervention in women with gestational diabetes mellitus reduces diabetes risk factors: a feasibility randomized control trial. Diabetes Care. 2011 Jul; 34(7):1519-25.
28. Inouye J, Boland MG, Nigg CR, Sullivan K, Leake A, Mark D, Albright CL. A center for self-management of chronic illnesses in diverse groups. Hawaii Med J. 2011 Jan; 70(1):4-8.
29. Albright CL, Wong LL, Dela Cruz MR, Sagayadoro T. Choosing to be a designated organ donor on their first driver's license: actions, opinions, intentions, and barriers of Asian American and Pacific Islander adolescents in Hawaii. Prog Transplant. 2010 Dec; 20(4):392-400.
30. Nigg CR, Albright C, Williams R, Nichols C, Renda G, Stevens VJ, Vogt TM. Are physical activity and nutrition indicators of the checklist of health promotion environments at worksites (CHEW) associated with employee obesity among hotel workers? J Occup Environ Med. 2010 Jan; 52 Suppl 1:S4-7.
31. Meenan RT, Vogt TM, Williams AE, Stevens VJ, Albright CL, Nigg C. Economic evaluation of a worksite obesity prevention and intervention trial among hotel workers in Hawaii. J Occup Environ Med. 2010 Jan; 52 Suppl 1:S8-13.
32. Bantum EO, Albright C, Gabriela L, Berenberg J. Surviving cancer and thriving: impacting health behaviors for people who have survived cancer. Hawaii Med J. 2009 Jul; 68(6):140-1.
33. Albright CL, Maddock JE, Nigg CR. Increasing physical activity in postpartum multiethnic women in Hawaii: results from a pilot study. BMC Womens Health. 2009 Mar 03; 9:4.
34. Albright CL, Steffen AD, Wilkens LR, Henderson BE, Kolonel LN. The prevalence of obesity in ethnic admixture adults. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2008 May; 16(5):1138-43.
35. Sallis JF, King AC, Sirard JR, Albright CL. Perceived environmental predictors of physical activity over 6 months in adults: activity counseling trial. Health Psychol. 2007 Nov; 26(6):701-9.
36. Williams AE, Vogt TM, Stevens VJ, Albright CA, Nigg CR, Meenan RT, Finucane ML. Work, Weight, and Wellness: the 3W Program: a worksite obesity prevention and intervention trial. Obesity (Silver Spring). 2007 Nov; 15 Suppl 1:16S-26S.
37. Sutton NM, Suzuki TM, Della D, Albright C, O'Riordan DL. Involving Hawai'i's youth as partners in global health initiatives to impact change at the local level. Hawaii Med J. 2007 Sep; 66(9):248-9.
38. Albright CL, Wong LL, Dela Cruz MR, Abe L, Sagayadoro T. Factors associated with organ donation in Filipino Americans: results from Hawai'i's Bayanihan Project. Hawaii Med J. 2007 Jul; 66(7):181-4.
39. Albright CL, Steffen A, Wilkens LR, Henderson BE, Kolonel LN. Body mass index in monoracial and multiracial adults: results from the multiethnic cohort study. Ethn Dis. 2007; 17(2):268-73.
40. Ehlert MB, Gumataotao AP, Workman RL, Albright CL, David AM. Community leader support for tobacco control activities & policies on Guam. Pac Health Dialog. 2006 Sep; 13(2):71-8.
41. Albright CL, Pruitt L, Castro C, Gonzalez A, Woo S, King AC. Modifying physical activity in a multiethnic sample of low-income women: one-year results from the IMPACT (Increasing Motivation for Physical ACTivity) project. Ann Behav Med. 2005 Dec; 30(3):191-200.
42. Albright CL, Glanz K, Wong L, Dela Cruz MR, Abe L, Sagayadoro TL. Knowledge and attitudes about deceased donor organ donation in Filipinos: a qualitative assessment. Transplant Proc. 2005 Dec; 37(10):4153-8.
43. Urizar GG, Hurtz SQ, Ahn DK, King AC, Albright CL, Atienza AA. Influence of maternal stress on successful participation in a physical activity intervention: the IMPACT Project. Women Health. 2005; 42(4):63-82.
44. Albright C, Maddock JE, Nigg CR. Physical activity before pregnancy and following childbirth in a multiethnic sample of healthy women in Hawaii. Women Health. 2005; 42(3):95-110.
45. Collins R, Lee RE, Albright CL, King AC. Ready to be physically active? The effects of a course preparing low-income multiethnic women to be more physically active. Health Educ Behav. 2004 Feb; 31(1):47-64.
46. Norman S, Castro C, Albright C, King A. Comparing acculturation models in evaluating dietary habits among low-income Hispanic women. Ethn Dis. 2004; 14(3):399-404.
47. Albright CL. Risk associated with obesity and its related lifestyle factors: what about cancer? Hawaii Med J. 2003 Nov; 62(11):256-9.
48. Albright CL, Cohen S, Gibbons L, Miller S, Marcus B, Sallis J, Imai K, Jernick J, Simons-Morton DG. Incorporating physical activity advice into primary care: physician-delivered advice within the activity counseling trial. Am J Prev Med. 2000 Apr; 18(3):225-34.
49. Margitic S, Sevick MA, Miller M, Albright C, Banton J, Callahan K, Garcia M, Gibbons L, Levine BJ, Anderson R, Ettinger W. Challenges faced in recruiting patients from primary care practices into a physical activity intervention trial. Activity Counseling Trial Research Group. Prev Med. 1999 Oct; 29(4):277-86.
50. Gifford DR, Holloway RG, Frankel MR, Albright CL, Meyerson R, Griggs RC, Vickrey BG. Improving adherence to dementia guidelines through education and opinion leaders. A randomized, controlled trial. Ann Intern Med. 1999 Aug 17; 131(4):237-46.
51. Howard-Pitney B, Winkleby MA, Albright CL, Bruce B, Fortmann SP. The Stanford Nutrition Action Program: a dietary fat intervention for low-literacy adults. Am J Public Health. 1997 Dec; 87(12):1971-6.
52. Farquhar JW, Behnke KS, Detels MP, Albright CL. Short- and long-term outcomes of a health promotion program in a small rural community. Am J Health Promot. 1997 Jul-Aug; 11(6):411-4.
53. Albright CL. Resources for faculty development in family violence. Acad Med. 1997 Jan; 72(1 Suppl):S93-101.
54. Albright CL. Nutritional epidemiology: methods and innovations used in a central European community-based program. Nutrition. 1996 May; 12(5):386-7.
55. Glanz K, Tziraki C, Albright CL, Fernandes J. Nutrition assessment and counseling practices: attitudes and interests of primary care physicians. J Gen Intern Med. 1995 Feb; 10(2):89-92.
56. Winkleby MA, Albright CL, Howard-Pitney B, Lin J, Fortmann SP. Hispanic/white differences in dietary fat intake among low educated adults and children. Prev Med. 1994 Jul; 23(4):465-73.
57. Albright CL, Farquhar JW, Fortmann SP, Sachs DP, Owens DK, Gottlieb L, Stratos GA, Bergen MR, Skeff KM. Impact of a clinical preventive medicine curriculum for primary care faculty: results of a dissemination model. Prev Med. 1992 Jul; 21(4):419-35.
58. Albright CL, Winkleby MA, Ragland DR, Fisher J, Syme SL. Job strain and prevalence of hypertension in a biracial population of urban bus drivers. Am J Public Health. 1992 Jul; 82(7):984-9.
59. Albright CL, King AC, Taylor CB, Haskell WL. Effect of a six-month aerobic exercise training program on cardiovascular responsivity in healthy middle-aged adults. J Psychosom Res. 1992 Jan; 36(1):25-36.
60. Albright CL, Altman DG, Slater MD, Maccoby N. Cigarette advertisements in magazines: evidence for a differential focus on women's and youth magazines. Health Educ Q. 1988; 15(2):225-33.

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1. Conroy SM, Shariff-Marco S, Yang J, Hertz A, Cockburn M, Shvetsov Y, Clarke CA, Albright CL, Haiman CA, Le Marchand L, Kolonel LN, Monroe KR, Wilkens LR , Gomez SL,Cheng I. . Cancer Causes and Control. Characterizing the neighborhood obesogenic environment in the Multiethnic Cohort: a multi-level infrastructure for cancer health disparities research. 2018; (1): 167-183.
2. Dela Cruz MR, Braun KL, Tsark JU, Albright CL, and Chen, JJ. . Ethnicity and Health. HPV vaccination prevalence, parental barriers and motivators to vaccinating children in Hawai‘i. 2018; (May):1-13.

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