The Joint PhD program emphasises evidence-based approaches and translational science. Students benefit from the close mentorship of the committed faculty and regular partnerships with Michigan’s many internal research centers and offices. Students regularly collaborate on faculty research as well as pursuing their own funded research.
Olivia D. Chang
Maguire-Jack, K., Solomon, A., Greenberg, S., Chang, O. D., Coggins, H., Schuster-Wachsberger, E., & Hinton, J. (2022). A novel strategy for increasing utilization of earned income tax credits and reducing adverse childhood experiences: The EITC access project. International Journal on Child Maltreatment: Research, Policy and Practice, 5, 473-486.
Irene E. Routte
Pimentel Walker, A., Sanga, N., Yoshihama, M., Gonzalez Benson, O. & Routte, R. (2022). Participatory action research in times of COVID-19: Adapting approaches with refugee-led community-based organizations. PCHP Progress in Community Health Partnerships:
Research, Education, and Action, 16(2).
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