Embodying Race(ism) Lab + Chapin Hall Team Awarded Joint Research Fund & CSRPC Grants

We’re excited to announce that our lab is teaming up with Dr Emma Monahan and Angela Garza at UofC Chapin Hall to study the implementation of DULCE, a social determinants of health screening and referral program, among Latinx families in California and Florida. Our team was recently awarded funding from the UChicago-Chapin Hall Joint Research Fund and the Center for the Study of Race Politics and Culture Faculty Research Grant to support this work.

“The Weight of Migration” published in IJERPH

The Weight of Migration: Reconsidering Health Selection and Return Migration among Mexicans, authored by Dr. Martinez-Cardoso and Arline Geronimus was recently published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. The paper uses data from the Mexican Family Life Survey to explore if health selection drives migration from Mexico and if return migration is associated with cardiometabolic health. Download the paper.

Embodying Race(ism) Lab grows!

The Embodying Race(ism) lab is honored to work with a fantastic group of undergraduate and graduate students from across the University of Chicago. Learn about our team members here and learn how to Get Involved if you’d like to be part of our team in the future.