Mailman School’s Social Epidemiology Cluster launches a Blog

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The Social Epidemiology Cluster is one of the six thematic units within the Mailman School of Public Health‘s Department of Epidemiology and is home to BEH members Andrew Rundle and Gina Lovasi.  The Cluster has just launched a blog that will highlight the importance of research and interventions focused on social determinants of health for promoting population health and reducing disparities.  The blog will include commentary on research news and policy debates and initiatives, and will disseminate research findings from work being performed at Columbia University.

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One Response to Mailman School’s Social Epidemiology Cluster launches a Blog

  1. Dr Mills says:

    Great article! heard about this blog a year ego wished them well with there social epidemiology project. Thanks

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