News Archives

  • California Health Report

    September 21st, 2018

    Doctors Often Fail to Listen to Black Mothers, Complicating Births, Survey Finds — references study co-authored by Carol Sakala, adjunct assistant professor of community health sciences; Eugene Declercq, professor of community health sciences; and alumna Jessica Turon

  • Daily Free Press

    September 21st, 2018

    College Students of Color Face Disparities in Mental Health Treatment — quotes Sarah Lipson, assistant professor of health law, policy & management

  • Significant Disparities in College Student Mental Health Treatment Across Race/Ethnicity

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    September 17th, 2018

    Half of white students with clinically significant mental health problems received treatment in past year compared to one-quarter of African American and Asian students and one-third of Latinx students.

  • USA Today

    September 17th, 2018

    Police Killings, Brutality Damaging Mental Health of Black Community — references study co-authored by Jacob Bor, assistant professor of global health and epidemiology

  • Boston Globe

    September 13th, 2018

    With or Without the Catsuit, Serena Williams Is Going to Serve Black Excellence — quotes alumna Fatima Dainkeh

  • BNN News

    September 13th, 2018

    Mothers Tell Story of Health Care Divide — interview with alumna Fatima Dainkeh

  • Mic

    August 13th, 2018

    A Year After Charlottesville, Money for Injured Residents Is Drying Up—or Never Arrived — quotes Dean Sandro Galea

  • Yes! Magazine

    August 6th, 2018

    Research Shows Entire Black Communities Suffer Trauma After Police Shootings — quotes Jacob Bor, assistant professor of global health and epidemiology

  • Pittsburgh Courier

    July 26th, 2018

    Has Violence and Racism Caused PTSD in Blacks? — references study co-authored by Michael Siegel, professor of community health sciences; pre-doctoral fellow Anita Knopov; and alumna Aldina Mesic

  • Reuters

    July 23rd, 2018

    Police Killings Tied to Worse Mental Health for African-Americans — quotes Jacob Bor, assistant professor of global health and epidemiology