Social Determinants/Health Disparities Laboratory. 

 

We are focused on better understanding how the social and environmental context affects people's health and health behaviors, with a focus on groups of people that disproportionately suffer poor health outcomes.

WE PARTNER WITH
COMMUNITIES.
 

The Social Determinants / Health Disparities Laboratory works in

partnership with community groups

and organizations both locally and

across the state.

 

WE VALUE THE DIVERSITY
AROUND US.
 

The Social Determinants / Health Disparities Laboratory values and

respects the diversity of the communities and students we

work with.

WE IMPROVE COMMUNITY
HEALTH.
 

The Social Determinants / Health Disparities Laboratory has affected the lives of thousands of Texans through its research and prevention initiatives.

 

WE PROVIDE
OPPORTUNITIES.
 

The Social Determinants / Health Disparities Laboratory works with undergraduate and graduate students to provide research experiences and opportunities to positively affect the health of the individuals and communities around us.

 

Recent Mentees... Where are they now? 

Sean Reuven, undergrad mentee, University of Houston School of Medicine student

Valentina Maza, undergraduate mentee, University of Nebraska-Lincoln clinical psychology doctoral student

Seyed (Ali) Khalifi, graduate mentee, Paul L. Foster School of Medicine student

Surya Chinamuthevi, undergrad mentee, Texas A&M College of Medicine student

Yash Harkara, undergrad mentee, University of Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine

Chisom (Odoh) Iwandu, postdoc mentee, University of North Texas Department of Health and Public Service tenure track Assistant Professor

Adolfo G. Cuevas, graduate mentee, Tufts University Department of Community Health tenure track Assistant Professor

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