Amy Tobler

Contributing Faculty
College of Health Sciences and Public Policy
Master of Public Health (MPH)

Dr. Tobler received her PhD in Health and Human Performance (with specialization in health behavior and social epidemiology) at the University of Florida in May 2009. She currently serves as contributing faculty in the School of Health Sciences, teaching Biostatistics, SPSS Revealed, Applied Research Methods and Applied Project in Public Health at Walden University. Dr. Tobler has taught courses in Quasi-experimental Research Design, Dissemination and Implementation Science, and Epidemiologic Methods at other colleges and universities. Professionally, Dr. Tobler has worked as a researcher in community-based settings in a variety of areas related to child and adolescent health and has expertise in intervention and implementation design for population-level health promotion, empirical public health policy evaluation, behavioral epidemiology, social epidemiology, social determinants of health and health disparities research. She has a number of publications and presentations on community-based and health-related research projects.

Courses Taught

PUBH 6640 - Applied Project in Public Health

PUBH 6032 - SPSS Revealed

PUBH 6245 - Applied Research in Public Health

PUBH 6033 - Interpretation and Application of Public Health Data


PhD, University of Florida

Master of Public Health, University of Florida

BS, University of Florida

Public Service

Faith-based Women's Organization, Volunteer - Frisco


Komro, K. A., Wagenaar, A. C., Boyd, M., Boyd, B. J., Kominsky, T. K., Pettigrew, D. W., Tobler, A. L., Lynne-Landsman, S. D., Maldonado-Molina, M. M., Livingston, M. D., Livingston, B. J. (2013). Prevention trial in the Cherokee Nation: Research and intervention design..