Shugart, Karen
June 2011
Edge (East Carolina University);Summer2011, p16
The article features Doctor Hope Landrine, psychology professor and director of East Carolina University's Center for Health Disparities Research. It describes how Landrine had successfully obtained grants to develop programs that made inroads on the significant health inequities plaguing eastern North Carolina. It mentions that her current research and grant proposals involve interdisciplinary efforts in reducing diabetes and cancer disparities in the region.


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