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A Cherokee professor elected to the National Academy of Medicine

A Cherokee professor elected to the National Academy of Medicine

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A scholar from the Cherokee Nation of Arizona has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine based in part on her research into HIV/AIDS and drug abuse prevention, with a focus on indigenous youth. Julie Baldwin, Ph.D., a regents professor in the Department of Health Sciences at Northern Arizona University, joins …

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UCMed’s Monica Peek elected to the National Academy of Medicine

Peek is the Ellen H. Block Professor for Health Justice and Associate Director of the Chicago Center for Diabetes Translational Research. Dr. Monica Peek, Ellen H. Block Professor for Health Justice in the Department of Medicine and Associate Director of the Chicago Center for Diabetes Translational Research, was elected Oct. 17 to the National Academy …

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