Join us as we explore immigrant and refugee health disparities and social inequalities within the broader context of US policies and healthcare.

The CDRP is proud to host our Annual Symposium in a virtual format this year, and are thrilled to highlight four dynamic speakers throughout October

 

Tuesday, October 6  11:00am CDT
David Marrero, PhD
Professor, Public Health and Endocrinology, University of Arizona Health Sciences
Director, Center for Border Health Disparities
Seminar title:
Addressing Diabetes Disparities in Hispanic Populations: a tale from the American Southwest
Registration for the Marrero seminar on October 6

 

Tuesday, October 13  11:00am CDT
Alka Kanaya, MD
Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology & Biostatistics, University of California, San Francisco
Seminar title:
Psychosocial influences on Cardiometabolic Disease among South Asian Immigrants
Registration for the Kanaya seminar on October 13

 

Tuesday, October 20  11:00am CDT
Janine Young, MD, FAAP
Medical Director, Denver Health Refugee Clinic
Medical Co-Director, Denver Health Human Rights Clinic
Associate Professor, Dept of General Pediatrics, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Seminar title:
Immigrant and Refugee Health—US Policies and Healthcare in 2020
Registration for the Young seminar on October 20

 

Tuesday, October 27  11:00am CDT
Aresha Martinez-Cardoso, PhD
Assistant Professor, Public Health Sciences, University of Chicago
Seminar title:
Unpacking the Social Determinants of Immigrant Health for COVID-19 and Beyond
Registration for the Martinez-Cardoso seminar on October 27

 

Contact Mary King for further information.    mking@medicine.bsd.uchicago.edu