Associate Professor Rogério Pinto presented his paper “Improving PrEP implementation through multilevel interventions: A synthesis of the literature” at the AIDS 2018 Conference.
Postdoctoral Fellow Shanna Kattari presented “Sexy Spoonies and Crip Sex: Intersections of Sexuality and Disability" at the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors, and Therapists Summer Institute. The theme of the institute this year was Decentering the Norm: Social Justice Transformations in Sex Therapy, Counseling and Education.
Research Fellow Lisa Fedina presented at the International Family Violence and Child Victimization Conference on a Systematic Review of Criminal Justice System Responses to Stalking Victimization and on Understanding the Health Consequences of Sexual Violence.
Professor William Elliott III and Melinda Lewis, co-authors of Making Education Work for the Poor: The Potential of Children's Savings Accounts, served as panelists for the New America event, Making Education Work: Is Attacking Wealth Inequality the Answer? The event focused on educational achievement, wealth inequality, and the future of the American Dream.
Professor Edie Kieffer presented "The Impact of Michigan's Medicaid Expansion on Dental Care Utilization, Oral Health and Job-Related Outcomes" at the 2018 Academy Health Annual Research Meeting.
Associate Professor and CoDirector of Child and Adolescent Data Lab Joe Ryan, along with Director of Operations Terri Gilbert and Data Analyst Andrew Moore are featured on the front page of Detroit Legal News for their work with the lab.
Professor Emerita Kathleen Faller received the Sol Gothard Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Association of Forensic Social Workers.
Assistant Professor Shawna Lee received a research grant from the Department of Health and Human Services - Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.
Her project aims to reduce risk factors associated with infant mortality and other negative birth outcomes by significantly improving the provision of services to expectant and new fathers in the state of Michigan.
Postdoctoral Fellow Shanna Kattari presented “Exploring the Intersections of Sexuality & Disability” at the MENSA Annual Conference.
Associate Professor Terri Friedline's recent study was featured in the Boston Globe article, “It can cost more for a checking account if you’re black or Latino, study says.” ‘‘If we care about racially disparate patterns in costs and fees and want to eliminate those in the financial system, our oversight has to include small and community banks where these practices are prevalent,’’ said Terri Friedline, a professor of social work at the University of Michigan who co-authored the report with Jacob William Faber, a New York University sociologist
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