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Winkelman Memorial Lecture Part 1: Brain Clearance System Alteration and Cognitive Decline in African Americans with Poor Sleep Quality


Dr. Karen D. Lincoln, a Professor in the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health and Director of the Center for Environmental Health Disparities Research at UC Irvine, is a distinguished social worker and sociologist. Specializing in the social determinants of health and well-being among Black Americans, her research delves into psychosocial factors such as social and chronic stress, discrimination, and social connections. Dr. Lincoln's work extends across the life course, investigating mental and physical health outcomes for Black/African Americans and other minoritized groups. Her primary objective is to enhance clinical and community-based care by exploring the psychosocial, behavioral, and biological mechanisms connecting environmental and social determinants to well-being among minoritized adults.

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  • Online
  • Madison Mariles
  • 2/19/2024 - 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM
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