All Humans, Yet All The Same. Do Our Differences Matter?

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We are all human, but we are not all the same. Often, our differences, like age, ethnicity, lifestyle habits, or where we live, can reveal important information about our health. The all of us research program, helps us to learn more about our health than ever before.

This Saturday on the Community Health Focus Hour, please join Dr. Doriane Miller and collaborators of the All of Us Research Program for a discussion about how we can utilize research to improve the health of our communities.

 

Community Health Focus Hour
Saturday, September 1, 2018
WVON radio 1690AM
1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
http://www.iheart.com/live/wvon1690am-5304/

 

Dr. Doriane Miller
Host

 

Join Dr. Doriane Miller and Her Guests!

Ho Joyce, PhD,
Lead Investigator, All of Us Research Program, The Precision Medicine Initiative, Northwestern University

Brisa Aschebrook-Kilfoy, PhD,
Research Associate Professor,
Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Chicago

Karriem Watson, DHSc, MS, MPH,
Director, Community Engaged Research and Implementation Science, University of Illinois Cancer Center, Instructor, UIC School of Public Health, Community Health Sciences

Marcus Wolfe Sr., MSW,
Community Research Specialist, University of Chicago Comprehensive Cancer Center | Institute for Population and Precision Health

 

 To join the discussion call
773-591-1690
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