Glasgow, Trevin, Ph.D.

Dr. Trevin Glasgow joined the Department of Public Health Sciences at the University of Virginia as an Assistant Professor in July 2023. Having a PhD in Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Dr. Glasgow is interested in the health and well-being of employee populations, which includes shift workers, such as firefighters and nurses. Working with faculty at Virginia Commonwealth University, Dr. Glasgow helped establish a statewide firefighter cancer research registry: Virginia Firefighters for Lifelong Health (VA-FLH). Prior to coming to UVA, Dr. Glasgow was an Institutional Research and Academic Career Development Award (IRACDA) Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Virginia Commonwealth University, working with Dr. Bernard Fuemmeler.


Ph.D., Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Virginia Tech, 2020
M.S., Industrial-Organizational Psychology, Virginia Tech, 2017
B.A., Psychology (with distinction), University of Pennsylvania, 2015



survey/item development; multi-level modeling; structural equation modeling

Research Interests:

psychological benefits of health behaviors; health policy; occupational health psychology; intersection of occupational health psychology, health promotion, and cancer prevention

Recent Publications:

Fuemmeler, B. F., Glasgow, T. E., Schechter, J. C., Maguire, R., Sheng, Y., Bidopia, T., Barsell, D. J., Ksinan, A., Zhang, J., Lin, Y., Hoyo, C., Murphy, S., Qin, J., Wang, X., & Kollins,  S. (2023). Prenatal and Childhood Smoke Exposure Associations with Cognition, Language, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. The Journal of Pediatrics256, 77–84.e1.

Glasgow, T.E., Miller, C.A., Freudenberger, D., McGuire, K.P., & Fuemmeler, B.F. (2022). Support for cancer prevention public health policies: results from a nationally representative sample of residents in the United States. Translational Behavioral Medicine, 12(12), 1124–1132.

Glasgow, T. E., McGuire, K. P., & Fuemmeler, B. F. (2022). Eat, sleep, play: health behaviors and their association with psychological health among cancer survivors in a nationally representative sample. BMC Cancer, 22(1), 648.

Glasgow, T.E., Adams, E., Ksinan, A., Barsell, D.J., Lunsford-Avery, J., Chen, S., Kollins, S., Schechter, J.C., Maguire, R., Engelhard, M., Fuemmeler, B.F. (2022). Sleep onset, duration, or regularity: Which matters most for child adiposity outcomes?. International Journal of Obesity, 1-8.

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