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The Minority Health & Health Disparities Center promotes the participation of minority investigators, nurses, undergraduate students, and communities in health-related research that affects their community.
Minority Health & Health Disparities Research Center
MHHRC is located on Dillard University campus.
Minority Health Faculty
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Dillard is proud recipient of major grant for Minority Health & Health Disparities.
Dillard Joins Xavier for Health Disparities Conference
Xavier University of Louisiana College of Pharmacy 6th hosts a Health Disparities Conference, Friday, March 8, 2013 in New Orleans
Minority Health & Health Disparities Center The mission is to improve the health of underserved populations in New Orleans and surrounding regions through the combined strengths of two institutions that have traditionally served minority populations.
The Minority Health and Health Disparities Research Center (hereafter referred to as MHHDRC or Center) is an Exploratory Center of Excellence funded by the National Institutes of Health. The Center is a collaborative initiative between Dillard University and the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center (LSUHSC) whose mission is to improve the health of underserved populations in New...
John Wilson, PhD
Eric L. Buckles, PhD
Dr. Buckles holds faculty appointments at Dillard University and Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center. He completed postdoctoral research at Virginia Commonwealth University and the University of Maryland where his research focused on understanding molecular mechanisms of...
Health Disparities Research Program
The Health Disparities Research Program, Research and Faculty Development Core, centers on strong hypothesis-driven research that addresses significant minority health issues. Each project within this program provides an unprecedented opportunity for junior faculty at Dillard to become competitive basic or clinical researchers....
The Clinical Research Associate Training Program (CRATP) component is unique and the first such initiative in the country. It addresses the absence of minorities from clinical trials. The low participation of minorities leaves unanswered questions such as the appropriate use of some medications and medical devices among these missing groups. The Center will train minority...
Community Engagement Program
The MHHDRC developed a partnership in July 2010 with the Lower Ninth Ward Community of New Orleans to address health disparities in that community. The Lower Ninth Ward was a poster child for response and rebuilding efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. It was, and still remains, one of the most economically suppressed areas of the city and...