Based at the CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College, the Latino Health Fellowship Initiative (LHFI) is currently being developed. Ultimately, it will seek to reduce health disparities affecting the Latino community in the US by advancing research, informing relevant policies, and supporting the next generation of Latino public health professionals.
To achieve this goal, LHFI will:
Provide research assistant positions to CUNY School of Public Health Masters of Public Health (MPH) students who are interested in working on issues related to Latino health;
Engage the public and academic community through events and workshops to promote Latino health issues;
Collaborate with partnering organizations on research and policy initiatives to advance Latino health equity; and,
Connect graduate students to Latino health-focused research and fieldwork opportunities.
Diana Romero, PhD, MA,
Associate Professor of Urban Public Health
Elena Hoeppner, MPH
CUNY School of Public Health at Hunter College
2180 Third Ave, Room 542
New York, NY 10035
Join us Spring 2012 at our Fifth Annual "Celebrating Latino Health and Culture" at the CUNY School of Public Health Campus, 2180 Third Ave. New York, NY 10035