The Cornely Postdoctoral Program, Residential Training Program, is one of the longest-running diversity postdoctoral programs housed in a School of Public Health in the United States. This program is designed to facilitate acquisition or enhancement of research skills directed to addressing racial and ethnic health disparities. The Cornely Fellow spends the majority of time preparing manuscripts for publication and works closely with a University of Michigan School of Public Health faculty member working in a similar research area. The Paul B. Cornely Postdoctoral Program is designed for early career doctoral scholars conducting research on the clarification, reduction, and elimination of racial and ethnic health disparities.
Publications by Paul B. Cornely Postdoctoral Scholar
Michael Muhammad, PhD
Devia, C., Baker, E.A., Sanchez-Youngman, S., Barnidge, E., Golub, M., Motton, F., Muhammad, M., Ruddock, C. Vicuna, B., & Wallerstein, M. (2017). Advancing system and policy changes for social and racial justice: comparing a Rural and Urban Community-Based Participatory Research Partnership in the U.S. International Journal of Equity in Health, 16:17. [Link]
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