The RCMI Program in Health Disparities Research at Meharry Medical College (RHDR@MMC) addresses health disparities at multiples scales of research: from micro to macro environments. The RHDR@MMC is not discipline or disease focused, but emphasizes the disruption of disparity at all scales, from proteins to the human ecosystems of the populations we serve. The RHDR@MMC has four activities:
Prioritization of Features for Mobile Apps for Families in a Federal Nutrition Program for Low-Income Women, Infants, and Children: User-Centered Design Approach.
Summer J Weber, Elyse Shearer, Shelagh A Mulvaney, Douglas Schmidt, Chris Thompson, Jessica Jones, Haseeb Ahmad, Martina Coe, Pamela C Hull
Predicting pain among female survivors of recent interpersonal violence: A proof-of-concept machine-learning approach.
Edward Lannon, Francisco Sanchez-Saez, Brooklynn Bailey, Natalie Hellman, Kerry Kinney, Amber Williams, Subodh Nag, Matthew E Kutcher, Burel R Goodin, Uma Rao, Matthew C Morris
Association of time of day and extubation success in very low birthweight infants: a multicenter cohort study.
Brittany Guy, Mary Eva Dye, Laura Richards, Scott O Guthrie, L Dupree Hatch
Manganese-induced reactive oxygen species activate IκB kinase to upregulate YY1 and impair glutamate transporter EAAT2 function in human astrocytes in vitro.
Asha Rizor, Edward Pajarillo, Ivan Nyarko-Danquah, Alexis Digman, Leyah Mooneyham, Deok-Soo Son, Michael Aschner, Eunsook Lee
Notch as an Immunologic Basis of Cancer Disparities.
Portia LaLiah Thomas, Anil Shanker
Multiplatform computational analysis of mast cells in adrenocortical carcinoma tumor microenvironment.
Jordan J Baechle, David N Hanna, Konjeti R Sekhar, Jeffrey C Rathmell, Wendy Kimryn Rathmell, Naira Baregamian