GREMAP Alumni Pursuing Clinical Training

Joshua Montgomery was recently accepted into Shenandoah University’s Physician Assistant (PA) program. He will be attending the university’s Scholar Plaza campus located in Northern Virginia. He sees the role of PAs as being essential to help close the gaps in healthcare access, particularly for those who are underserved. The Shenandoah PA  program is a top 25 PA program that emphasizes service to medically underserved populations and a team approach to the delivery of health care.

Tom Ko will be attending medical school at Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in New Jersey later this summer. He is very excited and looking forward to exploring the clinical aspects of his research interests cultivated in GREMAP. He is also looking forward to experiencing a new state and fully embracing the NJ lifestyle of pork rolls/Taylor Ham and not pumping your own gas.

MIWI (Michigan Integrative Well-Being and Inequality ) Training Program Application Open

The inaugural MIWI Training Program, directed by Dr. Mezuk, is now taking applications. The MIWI Training Program is a state-of-the-art, interdisciplinary methods training program that prepares participating scholars to investigate the intersection of mental and physical health, with an emphasis on how this intersection relates to health disparities. The training encompasses conceptual frameworks, study designs, data collection needs, and analytic approaches necessary to conduct this innovative research. The program includes an intensive 4-day summer institute in Ann Arbor, MI, followed by ongoing collaboration with a mentorship team. 

The MIWI Summer Institute will take place from June 22-26 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. 

Applications are due by March 1, 2020 at 11:59 EST. Visit our Applications Page for information on how to apply. 

See link for further details on the program.

Project Funding for Dr. Julie Ober Allen

Congrats to Dr. Julie Ober Allen for getting funding for her supplemental project to the Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging Research (MCUAAAR)!! Julie’s project is titled “Biobehavioral stress processes and cardiometabolic risk” and as part of it she’ll be analyzing data fro the Richmond Stress and Sugar Study. Congrats Julie!!