Suur Ayangeakaa, PhD was among the 2023 ADVANCE-UP scholars who recently completed the year-long program from the Duke School of Medicine.
Lesley Curtis, Ph.D., was awarded the QCOR Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2023 American Heart Association Scientific Sessions for her work as a member of the Council on Quality of Ca
DPHS' Hayden Bosworth joins fellow experts for a scoping review of articles which examined the impact of COVID-19 on HTN and HTN medication adherence among underrepresented racial/ethnic minorities
New research involving DPHS' Shelby Reed, PhD, and Anna Hung, PhD, looks at what matters most to women when choosing breast reconstruction surgery after a mastectomy.
DPHS faculty look at the role neighborhood opportunity may play in childhood obesity using the New York public school youth as an example.
Newly published research led by DPHS' Meira Epplein, PhD, suggests that taking supplements regularly may guard against stomach cancer, particularly for Black adults.
DPHS’ Suur Ayangeakaa and colleagues look at at sociocultural and structural factors that serve as barriers to PrEP usage in African American communities.
Research featuring DPHS’ Leah Zullig looks at if racial disparities exist within North Carolina’s VA system preventing veterans from recieving proper lung cancer screenings.
Lauren Brinkley-Rubinstein discusses why treating addiction properly can help reduce overdose deaths for prisoners in Missouri and across the country.
Colleen Burke and Hayden Bosworth discuss the impact of new research showing veterans in redlined neighborhoods are at a higher risk of CV-related events and deaths.