Academic interests include: neurological disease research and clinical care, predominantly in resource-limited settings.
My interests range from health accessibility and culturally-appropriate avenues for communities to access care, to chronic trauma and disability, to general info on the brain!
I have experience in non-communicable disease prevention, but I am also interested in reproductive health justice, women’s health, HIV prevention, and building inclusive environments. I am confident that significant improvements … Continue reading “Regina Malykh”
I work on shaping interventions and regulations that facilitate positive behavior change through the application of behavioral economics principles, particularly in the areas of maternal and child health, and nutrition … Continue reading “Melinda Mastan”
My research aims to generate evidence—using multi-level theoretical frameworks and its application in social and spatial epidemiology—to advance equity-oriented public health scholarship and practice in pursuit of human rights and … Continue reading “Soroush Moallef”
My research focuses on understanding 1) how upstream (e.g., neighborhood, policies) and individual-level (e.g., characteristics) factors could interact to buffer long-term health impact of childhood adversity, and 2) cultural difference … Continue reading “Sakurako S. Okuzono”
My research focuses on social and structural determinants of transgender and nonbinary adolescent mental health disparities, quantitative intersectional methods, and demographic measurement.
Implementation science and using public health research to inform community-led organizing efforts to create abolitionist care-based safety programs that ensure care and dignity for all.
I study spatial and social epidemiology, and I aim to spatially analyze the causal relationship between location-based factors and racial health disparities and further research and policy advancement on housing … Continue reading “Taylor J. Robinson”
Research/practice Interests : Social epidemiology, health equity, political determinants of health, and gender and health