Marks R. (2015).Anxiety and its impact on osteoarthritis pain: an update.Inpress.J Rheumatic Diseases and Treatment 1:2
Marks R. (2015). Muscle and muscle mechanism as possible factors leading to osteoarthritis.SM J Orthop, 1(2), 1008.
Marks R. (2015). Childhood obesity and health literacy.Advances in Obesity, Weight Management, and Control, 3 (3): 00055
Marks R., & Landaria, M. (2015).Sleep, disturbamces of sleep, stress, and obesity. Journal of Obesity and Eating Disorders, 1(1): 6
Marks R. (2015).Non operative management of knee osteoarthritis disability.International Journal of Cchronic Diseases & Therapy, 1(2), 9-16
Marks R .(2015). Muscle spindle and locomotor control. International Journal of Orthopedics, 2(6), 227-231
Marks R. (2016). Dance-based exercise and its specific effect on depressive symptoms. AIMSMedical Science, 3: 61-76.
Marks R. (2016). Hip osteoarthritis surgical profiles and morbid obesity.Clinical Case Reports Review, 2(2): 322-326.
Marks R. (2016). Obesity and food addiction. Advances in Obesity, Weight Management and Control, 4(3):00086
Marks R. (2016). Diabetes and osteoarthritis. Austin Journal of Endocrinology and Diabetes.
Marks R. (2016). Prevalence of anxiety symptoms and its impact in people with osteoarthritis: an update. Cellular and Molcular Biology
Marks R. Articular cartilage regeneration. Update. International Journal of Orthopedics. Aug 28, 2017. 4(2), 1-9.
Marks R. Foot orthotics update. Novel Techniques in Arthritis and Bone Research,1 , July 27, 2017.
Marks R. Self-efficacy attributes and arthritis disability. EC Orthopedics. Sept 7, 2017, 7 , 215-219.
Osteoarthritis, COVID-19 Social Isolation-Impacts, and Counter Solutions. JAHR 3(3), 1-32, Dec 2020
Marks R. Successful Aging and Osteoarthritis. Ch. 30 Vol 2, Curr Issues in Med, Surgery, and Medical Specialities. Bawa et al. [editor]. Jenny Stanford publishers 2021 [ebook] Invited Reprint.
Ray Marks has an extensive history teaching within the Program in Health Education, starting as an Assistant Instructor in 1998, co-teaching with Professor John Allegrante. Her history includes teaching as an Adjunct Assistant Professor (2001-2004). In May 2005, Dr. Marks was promoted to Adjunct Associate Professor. In September 2010, Dr. Marks was promoted to Adjunct Professor. And, as of January 2017 Dr. Marks enjoyed a promotion to Lecturer. Within Teachers College, Dr. Marks received Outstanding Teacher Awards in 2004 and 2005.
Dr. Marks has expertise in several areas: childhood obesity; health literacy; health promotion and practice; social marketing; social policy and prevention; and self-efficacy and chronic disease prevention. Dr. Marks’ book is entitled Health Literacy in Schools (2013, Emerald Press). See her other selected publications, below: