Teach (Scholarly Concentration: Urban Health and Social Determinants of Health, Public Health, Research Methods and Design, Statistical Analysis), conduct research, write grants pertaining to Urban Health and Social Determinants of Health, medical education research and translational research, and bringing the latest discoveries to Northwest Indiana through connecting our faculty to the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (
Internal Number: 10122
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