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Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education
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Marilyn A. Winkleby

Stanford Prevention Research Center, Stanford University, Medical School Office Building, California, USA


Marilyn Winkleby, MPH, Ph.D., is Professor of Medicine, emerita at the Stanford Prevention Research Center. Since completing her doctorate at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health she has led a population health science research group at Stanford that combines epidemiologic study with intervention research to further the understanding of social determinants of health. She has received substantial funding from NIH and has published over 170 articles in scientific journals. She is known for her community partnerships, including her 20-year collaboration with the Monterey County Health Department and 15-year collaboration with Lund University in Sweden.

Tapping Underserved Students to Reshape the Biomedical Workforce

Low-income and underrepresented minority students remain a largely untapped source of new professionals that are increasingly needed to diversify and strengthen the biomedical workforce. Precollege enrichment programs offer a promising strategy to stop the “leak” in the biomedical pipeline. However, in the era of highly competitive scie... Read More»

Marilyn A. Winkleby, Judith Ned and Casey Crump

Commentary: J Community Med Health Educ 5:340

DOI: 10.4172/2161-0711.1000340

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