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New Research Weighs Ethics of Genomic Screening

The public health and ethical impacts of genomic screening are the focus of a new paper co-authored by the School of Public Health’s Kee Chan, PhD, clinical assistant professor of health policy and administration.

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Taking Aim at Opioid Abuse

Associate Professor Basmattee Boodram is designing interventions through a pair of National Institutes of Health grants to address and eliminate Hepatitis C transmission among opioid users.

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Analyzing Complex Health Science Data

Hua Yun Chen is a professor of biostatistics whose research has been focused on developing innovative statistical methods for analyzing complex health science data.

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Examining How Inequality Affects Health Outcomes

Professor Sage Kim is examining a range of inequities in public health outcomes, including disparities in police surveillance, public health challenges in jails and access to breast cancer care.