I am interested in expanding on theoretical frameworks and perspectives on LGBTQ health and broaden the focus of research to include social determinants of health. I am interested in LGBTQ+ … Continue reading “Mike Kaneshiro Chou”
I am an MD/PhD candidate studying how neighborhood contexts perpetuate systemic racism and ableism by shaping child physical, mental, and behavioral health. My aim is to be a pediatrician scientist … Continue reading “Logan Nicole Beyer”
I’ve worked on projects surrounding immigration, stress, and health, cancer inequities in AI/AN populations, and state-level midwifery policy and birth outcomes. Currently, I’m interested structural and political determinants of health, … Continue reading “Laura Chen”
Research/Practice Interests: Social epidemiology; Implementation science; Cancer prevention; Health equity; Community Engagement
I’m interested in examining the social determinants of health and behavior, particularly as they link to reproductive health and the improvement of support, communication, and autonomy in contraception and birth. … Continue reading “Kaya Duguay”
My work considers how race, public policy, and American democracy affect life chances and health. I’m particularly interested how public policies that reduce wealth inequality lead to better health, how … Continue reading “Matlin Gilman”
I am interested in refugee health, maternal and child health, reproductive health, substance use, community based participatory research, and mixed methods.
My primary research interests are in health communication and literacy. I am interested in studying both individual- and group-level behavioral changes and system-level health leadership, especially in the context of … Continue reading “Elaine Jeon”
My primary research interest is access to health and education for children during early development, focusing on child protection and girls’ rights to access in marginalized communities of South Asia.
I am interested in LGBTQ+, migrant, refugee, and Indigenous health access in low-resource settings; collective memory, emotional coping mechanisms, trauma-informed care; intergenerational support, traditional methods, plant medicine, survival adaptations, decolonization; … Continue reading “Thanh Mai K’taaya Bercher”