Elizabeth Bartelt

PhD

Elizabeth Bartelt.

Elizabeth Bartelt

PhD

Elizabeth Bartelt

PhD

Research Topics

Sexual and gender minority (i.e., commonly known as LGBTQ+) reproductive health access and experiences, sexual health among young adults, and sexuality education

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Professional Summary

Elizabeth Bartelt, MPH, PhD, (she/her) is a health educator whose research focuses on sexual and gender minority (i.e., commonly known as LGBTQ+) reproductive health access an experiences. 

She received the highly competitive Society for Family Planning Emerging Fellows research grant to complete her dissertation work. Dr. Bartelt worked for many years in the field of public health before obtaining her PhD including serving as an Americorps*VISTA member and working as a sexuality educator for Planned Parenthood. 

Dr. Bartelt completed her PhD in Health Behavior from Indiana University, School of Public Health - Bloomington, before joining faculty at UB, where she now teaches courses in SPHHP's undergraduate public health program. 

Education

  • PhD, Health Behavior (Minor: Inquiry Methodology), Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
  • MPH, Behavioral, Social and Community Health, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
  • BA, Psychology, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN