Mark Schure is an assistant professor of community health at Montana State University. He received his doctorate degree in public health at Oregon State University where he began research on the impacts of depression among older adults.
His most recent research focuses on evaluating novel interventions impacts to mental wellbeing. Currently he is Principal Investigator on several research projects aimed at evaluating the effectiveness of a computerized cognitive behavior therapy program to help reduce depression and anxiety among adult Montanans. He is also co-investigator of a chronic illness management program designed for the Crow nation, with one component focusing on the effects of historical and intergenerational trauma on health.
In his spare time, he gets outside as often as possible to enjoy the great Montana landscape and recreational opportunities.