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Tyler Prochnow

Tyler Prochnow,PhD

Assistant Professor


School of Public Health


health behavior, social network analysis, systemic observation, intervention development, community health worker training, implementation science, physical activity, health disparities , health policy
Tyler Prochnow

About Tyler Prochnow

Tyler Prochnow, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Department of Health Behavior at the Texas A&M University School of Public Health.

Dr. Prochnow’s research focuses on the social dynamics that drive health behavior. The majority of his work involves social network analysis and physical activity. His research interests include social network analysis and social influence on health behaviors and beliefs, physical activity among children and families, out-of-school programs including summer care, mental health and social support, and health disparities and policies, systems, and environments in which health equity is pursued. 

Dr. Prochnow earned his Bachelor of Science in exercise science and his Master of Education in educational leadership and curriculum development, both from Carthage College, and his PhD in health promotion from Baylor University.