Sophia Geffen: Masters of Public Health student; research interests in adolescent sexual health, LGBTQ health, and anti-oppressive, social justice-driven public health research, education, and practice.
Doctoral candidate in the Department of Health, Behavior and Society. Research interests in cancer
prevention and health disparities. Works with Dr. Dean on “Our Breast Health: The Access Project”
exploring the interactions of Black sexual minority women with healthcare providers along the cancer
Doctoral candidate in epidemiology; research interests in place-based and policy determinants of obesity. Works with Dr. Dean on exploring the utility of consumer credit scores as a risk factor for poor health outcomes.
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Infectious disease epidemiology PhD student; research interests in HIV prevention and treatment among racial and sexual minority groups and intersectionality; Working with Dr. Dean on “Our Breast Health: The Access Project”, which explores breast cancer among Black sexual minority women.
Morgane Mouslim, DVM: ScM student in General Epidemiology and Methods. Research interests are focused on the role of culturally competent care in mitigating racial disparities in health outcomes. Currently working with Dr. Dean on a scoping review looking at system mistrust and the breast cancer continuum.
Health, Behavior and Society PhD student; research interests in social epidemiology, social and structural determinants of health and racial, economic and geographic based health inequities.
Focus on cancer, mental health, sexual health and community violence
PhD student in the Cancer Epidemiology; research interests in the intersection of cancer, immunology, and data science. Working with Dr. Dean on “Why Place Matters” project through the Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions.