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Community-based and Global Health Research

Faculty Mentor: Akiko Kamimura
Title: Associate Professor
College: Social & Behavioral Science
School / Department: Sociology

Project description

Community-based and global health research projects in the following areas: immigrant and minority health, social determinants of health, health disparities, women's health, intimate partner violence

Student Role: data collection, data entry, data analysis, manuscript review, literature review, presentations
Student Benefits: Earn hands-on research skills; Prepare for graduate school applications (e.g. medical school, PhD and master's programs)
Project Duration: It depends on student interests, purpose, and availability
Opportunity Type: Volunteer; Earn independent study credit; Prepare a UROP proposal; Write an Honors Thesis
Is this a paid opportunity: No
Minimum Requirements: interest in health-related issues