Dr. Mallie J. Paschall is a Senior Research Scientist in PIRE’s Prevention Research Center in Berkeley, California. Dr. Paschall came to PIRE in 2000 after working as a Health Research Analyst at RTI International. Dr. Paschall received his doctorate in 1995 from the University of North Carolina — Chapel Hill School of Public Health.
Dr. Paschall has over 20 years of experience conducting research on the epidemiology, etiology, and prevention of substance use and violence among adolescents and young adults. Dr. Paschall is the Associate Director of the Environmental Approaches to Prevention of Alcohol Problems Center Grant at PRC and has directed previous components of the Center Grant, including a 24-city randomized trial to evaluate high-visibility alcohol enforcement operations, and a 50-city study on local alcohol policies and underage drinking.
Paschall, M., Bersamin, M., Finan, L., Zhang, L. (2019). School-based health services and educational attainment: Findings from a national longitudinal study. Preventive Medicine, 121 74-78. DOI: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2019.02.019
Lipperman-Kreda, S., Paschall, M.J., Robert, F.S., Morrison, C.N. (2017). Places and social contexts associated with simultaneous use of alcohol, tobacco and marijuana among young adults. Drug and Alcohol Review, 37 (2) 188-195. DOI: 10.1111/dar.12537 PMCID: PMC5648641