SHERC research projects
Research: Working toward solutions
SHERC research projects explore environmental factors and conditions that lead to increased risk of disease transmission and biological variables that may affect disease mortality in the underserved.
The research projects, along with the Pilot Project Program, provide important information on which to base real-world solutions to some of the most important health equity issues in the region.
Ricky Camplain, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Health Sciences, Center for Health Equity Research
Emily Cope, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Biological Sciences
SSCIMA: Integrating analysis of socio-economic sub-population dynamics to improve spatial models of infectious disease
Joseph Mihaljevic, PhD
Associate Research Professor, School of Informatics, Computing and Cyber Systems
Completed research projects Accordion Closed
“Do Pathogen Genotypes, Carriage, and Social Network Differences Lead to Health Disparities in MRSA/MSSA Infections?”