Megan andreas moreno, md, msed, mph

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Address Seattle Children’s Research Institute

Center for Child Health Behavior and Development

M/S CW8-6, PO Box 5371

Seattle, WA 98145-5005

Phone (206) 884-1424

Fax (206) 884-7801



Public health M.P.H.

School of Public Health, University of Washington, Seattle, WA 2006-08

Education M.S.Ed

School of Education, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 2001-04

Medicine M.D.

George Washington University, Washington, DC, 1996-2000

Undergraduate B.A. Political Science

Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1991-1995


Fellowship Adolescent Medicine and STD/HIV Research Fellow

Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 2005-2008

Residency Department of Pediatrics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

Pediatric Resident: 2000-2003

Chief resident: 2003-2004

Board Certification

  1. American Board of Pediatrics

2012 American Board of Pediatrics: Adolescent Medicine


  1. Washington

2001 Wisconsin

Professional Affiliations

2014-present Adjunct Associate Professor

Department of Health Services, University of Washington

2012-present Associate Professor

Department of Pediatrics, University of Washington

2008-2012 Assistant Professor

Department of Pediatrics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

2008-2012 Adjunct Assistant Professor

School of Public Heath, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

    1. Inpatient hospitalist

Department of Pediatrics, Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital, Tacoma, WA

    1. Clinical Instructor

Department of Pediatrics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI


Research Support
Ongoing research support

2014-2015 National Institute of Justice (NIJ) 2013-91173-WA-IJ

(PI Moreno: $244,025)

Electronic harassment: Definition and measurement tool
2013-2014 Seattle Children’s Research Institute

(PI Moreno: $19,042)

Using Facebook to identify displayed depression symptoms among a longitudinal at-risk

cohort of adolescents
2013-2014 Seattle Children’s Research Institute

(Co-PI Mendoza and Moreno: $40, 558)

Pilot study of a mobile health device to promote physical activity
2013-2014 National Institutes of Health (NIDA) 3R01DA031580-05S1

(PI Moreno: $201,411)

Supplement: Research on Marijuana Legalization in the US
2010-2015 National Institutes of Health (NIDA/NICHD/NIAAA) 1R01DA031580-01

(PI Moreno: $2,494,524)

Using Media to Investigate Mechanisms of Behavior Change
Completed research support

2012-2013 National Institutes of Health (NHLBI) 1R01HL114912-01

(PI Adams: $749,016)

Healthy Children, Strong Families
2012-2013 Institute for Translational Health Sciences, University of Washington

(PI Rivara: $19,996)

Using Twitter to Prevent Alcohol-Impaired Driving: Formative Research and Feasibility

2010-2011 Dane County Coalition to Prevent Alcohol Abuse

(PI Moreno: $996)

Unrestricted grant to promote alcohol research at UW Madison
2009-2011 National Institutes of Health (NIAAA) 1R21AA17936-01A1

(PI Moreno: $220,865)

Use of Social Networking Web sites For Problem Drinking Screening in Adolescents
2009-2011 National Institutes of Health (NIAAA) 1R03AA019572-01

(PI Moreno: $37,125)

Facebook: A screening tool to identify alcohol use among female college freshmen
2005-2008 University of Washington Center for AIDS Research (PI King K. Holmes)

This grant supports fellowship training in adolescent medicine and STI/HIV research.

2006-2008 University of Washington K30 Researcher Grant (PI John Brunzell)

This grant supports a limited number of awardees towards completion of an MPH degree and provides research training and mentoring.

    1. Social Venture Partners Foundation Grant

(PI Moreno: $10,000)

Exploring King County adolescents’ displayed alcohol behaviors using MySpace
2008-2009 University of Washington Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute (PI Moreno: $17,956)

Adolescents’ views on displayed alcohol references on social networking web sites
2008-2009 University of Washington Center for AIDS Research

(PI Moreno: $18,656)

Is the online display of sexual material by adolescents associated with sexual activity or sexual intention?
2008-2010 University of Wisconsin Center for Women’s Health, BIRCWH Program (PI Gloria Sarto)

The objective of this grant is to increase the diversity of academic leaders in the field of Women’s health and to promote research to reduce existing disparities in health status and health outcomes in diverse populations of women.

Consultant or advisory role on grants

2011-present National Institutes of Health (NCI) R01CA140576-03

(PI: Jon Klein)

Adolescent smoking cessation in primary care


2013-present National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research FP00004538

(Co-Pis: Sharon Wade and Gary Bedell)

SPAN: Social Participation and navigation for adolescents with TBI

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