Poverty and InequalitySexual and Reproductive HealthFamily, Maternal & Child HealthMethodology


Dr. Kathryn Edin's Book reviewed by the NY Times

Dr. Kathryn Edin and co-author Dr. H. Luke Shaefer's book entitled; "$2.00 a Day: Living on Almost Nothing in America" was reviewed by the NY Times.  Click here to read the article.

Dr. Thomas LaVeist interviewed on KCRW Radio

 Dr. LaVeist gives an interview discussing vaccine activism and race.  Click here to listen.

Dr. Lauren Nicholas quoted in the New York Post

 Dr. Nicholas discusses potential reasons that certain occupations have higher risks for suicide.  Click here to read the article.

Population Reference Bureau Webinar discussing Extreme Poverty and Health now online

 The Population Reference Bureau has up on its website the video of a webinar conducted jointly with the HPC.  The topic was “Extreme Poverty and Health in the United States.” Participants were Faculty Associates Robert Moffitt, Kathryn Edin, and Jacky Jennings.  Andrew Cherlin served as moderator.  It can be accessed online at the following URL:

Three Associates' Rapid Response Research discussed in The Hub

Through JHU signature iniative 21st Century Cities, Drs. Kathy Edin, Stefanie DeLuca and Steve Morgan help to launch Baltimore Rapid Response Research in response to the uprising.  Click here to read the article.

Dr. Sara Bleich quoted in Huffington Post's Healthy Living section

 Dr. Bleich discusses how eliminating food deserts will take the efforts of both public and private enterprise.

Dr. Stefanie DeLuca quoted in The Washington Post

 Dr. DeLuca discusses vacant housing in Baltimore.

Dr. Thomas LaVeist interviewed on Memphis News Channel

 Dr. LaVeist was interviewed regarding health equality in the city of Memphis.

JHU Releases a Video Detailing Kathy Edin's Research

 The video entitled, "From People to Policy: The Research of Kathy Edin" can be viewed here.

Kathy Edin Co-Authors and Op Ed Piece in the NY Times

   Kathy Edin discusses the importance of earned income tax credits in this NY Times op ed article.

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