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Daniel M. Merrigan, EdD

TitleAssociate Professor
InstitutionBoston University School of Public Health
DepartmentCommunity Health Sciences
Address801 Massachusetts Ave Crosstown Center
Boston MA 02118
Phone(617) 638-5160
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0003-4377-0200
 Research Expertise & Professional Interests
Dan Merrigan is Associate Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences in the Department of Community Health Sciences.

Dan was the founding director of the New England Alliance for Public Health Workforce Development and Director of the HIV/AIDS and Substance Abuse Certificate Education Program. Both projects provide innovative education/training that improve local public health infrastructure by increasing the skills and competencies of the currently employed public health workforce. Dan has been engaged in numerous research, education, training and leadership development initiatives for the past 30 years including two Robert Wood Johnson Foundation programs, the Join Together National Leadership Fellowship and the Reclaiming Futures National Leadership Fellowship. These initiatives promote shared local leadership and community-based solutions that address substance abuse, juvenile justice, public safety, emergency preparedness and other local public health issues. Dan has broad experience facilitating leadership collaborations among grassroots groups, policy advocates, the justice system, human service providers, and other community stakeholders including the business and faith community to adopt innovations that improve and protect community health. Dr. Merrigan has been a Fellow in the National Leadership Program funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. He holds Th.M. and M.Div. degrees from the Jesuit Weston School of Theology; M.P.H. and Ed.D. degrees from Boston University, an M.Ed. from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts and a B.S. from Villanova University. He was also a Jesuit priest for twenty years.

 Publications
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  1. Atchison C, Boatright DT, Merrigan D, Quill BE, Whittaker C, Vickery AR, Aglipay GS. Demonstrating excellence in practice-based teaching for public health. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2006 Jan-Feb; 12(1):15-21. PMID: 16340509.
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  2. Nissen LB, Merrigan DM, Kraft MK. Moving mountains together: strategic community leadership and systems change. Child Welfare. 2005 Mar-Apr; 84(2):123-40. PMID: 15828404.
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  3. Allaire SH, Evans SR, LaValley MP, Merrigan DM. Use of the Americans with Disabilities Act by persons with rheumatic diseases and factors associated with use. Arthritis Rheum. 2001 Apr; 45(2):174-82. PMID: 11324782.
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  4. Walsh DC, Hingson RW, Merrigan DM, Levenson SM, Coffman GA, Heeren T, Cupples LA. The impact of a physician's warning on recovery after alcoholism treatment. JAMA. 1992 Feb 5; 267(5):663-7. PMID: 1731132.
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  5. Walsh DC, Hingson RW, Merrigan DM, Levenson SM, Cupples LA, Heeren T, Coffman GA, Becker CA, Barker TA, Hamilton SK, et al. A randomized trial of treatment options for alcohol-abusing workers. N Engl J Med. 1991 Sep 12; 325(11):775-82. PMID: 1870651.
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  6. Walsh DC, Hingson RW, Merrigan DM, Cupples LA, Levenson SM, Coffman GA. Associations between alcohol and cocaine use in a sample of problem-drinking employees. J Stud Alcohol. 1991 Jan; 52(1):17-25. PMID: 1994118.
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  7. Walsh DC, Jennings SE, Mangione T, Merrigan DM. Health promotion versus health protection? Employees' perceptions and concerns. J Public Health Policy. 1991; 12(2):148-64. PMID: 1885757.
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  8. Merrigan DM, Enriquez NC, Akahoshi MP. Continuous heparin infusion in the home-bound ambulatory patient using the Travenol Infusor: a descriptive report. NITA. 1987 Mar-Apr; 10(2):122-6. PMID: 3645342.
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  9. Hingson R, Merrigan D, Heeren T. Effects of Massachusetts raising its legal drinking age from 18 to 20 on deaths from teenage homicide, suicide, and nontraffic accidents. Pediatr Clin North Am. 1985 Feb; 32(1):221-32. PMID: 3975091.
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