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Marlon Mundt PhD

Marlon Mundt, PhD, is an Assistant Scientist in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.

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Picture from How Electronic Health Record Interactions in Teams Impact Healthcare Utilization and Costs for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Patients in Primary Care video
October 17 2016

Picture from That's What Friends Are For: Adolescent Peer Social Status, Health-Related Quality of Life and Health-Care Costs video
November 18 2013

Picture from That's What Friends Are For: Friendship Dynamics and Self-Rated Health among US Adolescents video
October 16 2012

Picture from Binges, Blackouts, and Big Bucks: The Cost of Alcohol-Induced Blackouts Among College Drinkers video
April 23 2012

Picture from The Impact of Peer Social Networks on Adolescent Alcohol Use video
February 17 2011

Picture from The Impact of Peer Social Networks on Adolescent Alcohol Use video
September 27 2010

Picture from Medical Utilization Costs of Alcohol-Induced Blackouts: Emergency Department Visits Among College Drinkers video
April 6 2010