Mayo Clinic's Native American Research-Related Activities is comprised of the Native American Interest Group and the Native American Research Outreach program, both of which both use research and clinical experience to address the Upper Midwestern region’s tribal and urban Indian health priorities to improve health and well-being.
Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) News is featuring Black Minnesotans making history every weekday in February to celebrate Black History Month. The news agency featured LaPrincess C. Brewer, M.D., M.P.H., as part of the series. Dr. Brewer, a health disparities researcher working in the field of Preventative Cardiology, focuses her work [...]
A Mayo Clinic study examining the percentage of women, living in Olmsted county, screened for cervical cancer, shows that the number is ‘unacceptably low’ compared to the national average. Additionally, African-American women were only half as likely to be up-to-date on their screenings as white women across the board. Asian [...]
Thursday, November 29, 2018
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm (MN)
(2:00pm-3:00pm FL and 12:00pm-1:00pm AZ)
Rochester BioBusiness Building 5-22 Conference room
"A Community-Partnered Approach to Developing Church-Based Interventions to Reduce Health Disparities Among African-Americans and Latinos" presented by Chandrika Manjunath