A Collaborative Research Community

The HDCI Research Lab brings together a diverse group of individuals interested in addressing health inequities

Intersectional Approaches & Perspectives

Our work considers the ways individuals' cultures, contexts and identities shape their health outcomes.

Valuing Social Justice

We seek to make positive contributions in the communities that we work with via our research outcomes.

Supportive Research & Training Environment

HDCI Research Assistants get extensive support in every aspect of their research experience including one- on- one mentoring, and focused professional development skills.

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HEALTH DISPARITIES &
CULTURAL IDENTITIES RESEARCH LAB

The HDCI Lab's research brings attention to the ways psychological and sociocultural factors affect the health outcomes across the United States and the world.

Our Research Lab

If you are interested in exploring the intersections between health inequities, identity development, and cultural influences, this may be the right lab for you.

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Our Research

The HDCI Research Las has multiple studies running at any given time. This work focues on health inequities, culture and identity.

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Our Research Team

The HDCI Lab's research team is made up of diverse group of undergraduate students, graduate students, interdisciplinary faculty and community organizations.

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Learn More About Our Research Foci

A key goal of our work is to identify factors that can help prevent continued health disparities, particularly within understudied and marginalized communities.

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