Displaying items by tag: minority health and health equity research center

Many patients have been struggling to pay for their treatment, and the financial consequences can affect a person’s emotional well-being. This collaborative effort will recruit researchers nationwide to help solve these issues.
The OHDRC Pilot Program facilitates emerging research ideas, explores new methodologies and approaches and facilitates transdisciplinary research as it relates to obesity-related health disparities.
The RADx-UP program is focused on addressing disparities in COVID-19 response in underserved and vulnerable populations.
UAB’s Live HealthSmart Alabama and the Sunrise Rotary Club planted trees that will improve the environment, landscape and health of the community.
Drs. Vickers and Pisu will use a $3 million, five-year National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities grant to study barriers that may exist for GI cancer patients to access quality cancer surgery in Alabama and Mississippi.
A study conducted by UAB investigators shows that nearly a third of non-Hispanic Black young adults nationwide have hypertension, and the control of high blood pressure in all young adults is only 10 percent.
The CARES Act funding from the Jefferson County Commission will support up to 50,000 community COVID-19 tests
Three UAB doctors and professors share five ways the medical community can work to address the needs of underrepresented populations as we work to understand COVID-19.
This history of Dina Avery’s family and Tarrant’s Rushing Spring community is a lifetime of stories and experiences that influence Avery’s work with minority and disadvantaged populations today.
The Deep South Resource Center for Minority Aging Research focuses on minority aging research with a disparities focus, particularly related to health problems more prevalent among older African Americans living in both rural and urban areas.
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