Dr. Holly Horan Featured for Collaborative Research Into Racial Disparity in Infant Mortality
Dr. Holly Horan, our own Decolonizing Committee Chair, has been profiled in UA News and the College of Arts & Sciences Desktop News for her research with collaborators David Albright and Natalie Malak on reducing infant mortality with a special focus on racial disparities. This work was recently funded by a $250,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, on which Dr. Horan serves as Co-PI. In his congratulatory announcement to Dr. Horan, UA Anthropology Department Chair Jason DeCaro states, "We are reminded yet again about the opportunity for anthropology, as part of interdisciplinary collaborations, to meaningfully and positively affect lives." Read the full article here:
Congratulations Dr. Horan!
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