Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda

Gonzalez-Guarda Appointed as Member of the Health Disparities and Equity Promotion Study Section

Congratulations to Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda, associate professor, who has been appointed to serve as a member of the Health Disparities and Equity Promotion Study Section, National Institutes of Health, Center for Scientific Review, for the term beginning on July 1, 2019 and ending on June 30, 2023.  

Randolph, Cary, Johnson and Gonzalez-Guarda Publish Article in the Journal of the National Medical Association

Schenita Randolph, assistant professor; Michael Cary, associate professor; Ragan Johnson, assistant professor; and Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda, associate professor; recently published an article entitled "Black Fathers' Preferences for Sexual Health Interventions with their Adolescent Sons" published in the Journal of the National Medical Association. 

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D-CHIPP Community Partner Spotlight: Durham TRY

Twenty years ago, when Wanda Boone, DTh, executive director of Durham Together for Resilient Youth (Durham TRY) was working for a company that conducted drug screening tests for employers, she was concerned by the number of employees who were failing their tests. Boone was—and still is—the only African American to serve as a Senior Director of Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs at the national level and co-created an instant drug screening test.

Gonzalez-Guarda Receives NIH Administrative Supplement Award

Congratulations to Rosa Gonzalez-Guarda, associate professor; and applicant candidate Gabriela Nagy who have received an NIH Administrative Supplement award for the proposal entitled “SER Hispano: Salud/Health, Estres/Stress, and Resiliencia/Resilience Among Young Adult Hispanics Immigrants in the U.S.” The project dates for this award is Feb. 1, 2019 to May 31, 2021 and was awarded $331,254.

Randolph Awarded More Than $100,000 from Duke Center for AIDS Research

Schenita Randolph, PhD, MPH, RN, CNE, assistant professor, was recently awarded $102,339 from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) through the Duke NIH Centers for AIDS Research (CFAR) for her proposal entitled “Qualitative Study to Examine the Feasibility and Acceptability of a Beauty Salon-Based Intervention to Increase Awareness and Uptake of PrEP among Black Women Living in the United States Southeast,” through June 30, 2019. This project is an administrative supplement to year 14 of Dr.

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