As we celebrate Native American Heritage Month, Dr. Gachupin discusses how her work with Tribal Epidemiology Centers helps advance health disparities research.
Drs. Mark D. Hayward and Mateo P. Farina share their research on how life course origins impact dementia risks: The Dementia Epidemic Among Older Black Americans.
New blog post: Dr. Lauren Haack on ADHD treatments, barriers impacting people from racial and ethnic minority communities and equitable service implementation.
Dr. Evan White discusses integrating clinical cultural neuroscience to promote mental health outcomes among American Indian communities and the protective role of cultural engagement as we celebrate Native American Heritage Month.
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For Alzheimer's Awareness Month, Drs. Mark D. Hayward and Mateo P. Farina share their research on how life course origins impact dementia risks. While much is known about the different rates of dementia risks, little is understood about why these disparities occur between Black and White Americans.More
Dr. Lauren Haack shares thoughts on ADHD treatments, barriers that impact people from racial and ethnic minority communities, how to implement services more equitably, and more.More
NIMHD Division of Community Health and Population Science Director Dr. Nathan Stinson, Jr. shares how the NIH Common Fund’s new ComPASS Program initiative places community-based organizations at the helm of structural interventions health research.More
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