Health Inequality and Social Determinants of Health

NIMHD: Nuestro Futuro: Applied Science Education to Engage Black and Latino Youth

To implement and evaluate an inquiry-based science education designed to increase the scientific literacy of Latino and Black students, as well as student interest in and enthusiasm for studying the sciences.

Principal Investigator: F. Peréa

 

The Boston Foundation

To study and disseminate science and strategies that increase physical activity and improve nutrition across Dominican and Haitian communities in Boston, MA.

Principal Investigator: F. Peréa

 

NIH: Nuestro Futuro Saludable: The JP Partnership for Healthy Caribbean Latino Youth

This project is significant because. (1) it is a within-group intervention research project targeting a not well understood sub-population of the Latino demographic; (2) the project is unique because it brings together a diverse group of community stakeholders: (3) key personnel are primarily people of color, with a majority of bilingual Latina women of varying backgrounds; and (4) the project introduces two new investigators of color.

Co-Investigator: F. Peréa

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