Michael J. Rovito is an Associate Professor in the Department of Health Sciences at the University of Central Florida. Rovito holds a Ph.D. in Public Health and a M.A. in Urban Studies from Temple University, a B.A. in Geography from Millersville University, and is a certified health education specialist. His work specializes in testicular self-examination and testicular cancer, male health behavioral change, and formative research, including theory, instrument development, and intervention design.
- Ph.D., Doctor of Philosophy, Public Health, Temple University
- MA, Master of Arts
- CHES, Certified Health Education Specialist, NCHEC
Areas of Specialty
- Cancer Survivorship
- Testicular Cancer
- Quality of Life
- Men's health
- Public Health
A Qualitative Assessment of QOL Among Testicular Cancer Survivors
Funding Type: Internal
Funding Agency: Center for Behavioral Health Research and Training (CBHRT)
A Study of Physical Therapist-Provided Medicare Services
Funding Type: Extramural Research
Funding Agency: Center for Innovative Healthcare, Inc.