Sherman, Ledric individual record
Assistant Professor

Dr. Sherman's research interests are focused on Type 2 diabetes self-management, Men's health, Quality and quantity of life among persons living with type 2 diabetes, and health education and wellness promotion. Dr. Sherman enjoys teaching and mentoring students to help prepare them for the next chapter in their in lives, both professionally and personally. Dr. Sherman has taught undergraduate courses in Environmental Health, Grant Writing, Healthy Lifestyles, and Contemporary Issues for Community Health Interns. He also has experience in teaching Program Planning for graduate students.

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selected publications
Academic Articles19
  • Griffith, D. M., Jaeger, E. C., Sherman, L. D., & Moore, H. J. (2019). Middle-aged men's health: Patterns and causes of health inequities during a pivotal period in the life course. Griffith, D. M., Bruce, M. A., & Thorpe, Jr, R. J. (Eds.), Men’s Health Equity A Handbook. (pp. 72-85). Routledge.
  • Bonner, T., Sherman, L. D., Hurd, T. C., & Jones, L. A. (2016). Patient Navigation. Todd, K. H., & Thomas, J. (Eds.), Oncologic Emergency Medicine. (pp. 57-65). Springer International Publishing.
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  • Cousins, L. (2014). Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health. Cousins, L. H. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Services and Diversity. Sage Publications, Inc..
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  • Sherman, L. D. (2012). Nutrition Programs. Loue, S., & Sajatovic, M. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Immigrant Health. (pp. 1140-1142). Springer New York.
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Texas A&M University; Health And Kinesiology; 4243 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4243