Rhonda Dailey, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Department of Family of Medicine and Public Health Sciences, Office of Community Engaged Research
Dr. Rhonda Dailey is an Assistant Professor and full-time researcher in the Department of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences at Wayne State University School of Medicine and the Scientific Director to the Office of Community Engaged Research (OCEnR), a division of the Translational Science and Clinical Research Innovation Hub housed at the Integrative Biosciences Center (IBio). Formally trained in medicine, she has 20 years of experience of conducting quantitative and qualitative behavioral and health-disparities research, and expertise in community engagement and with the recruitment and retention of minority populations. Her research interests include the influence of racism on health; women’s health; health equity and disparities related to chronic disease; patient attitudes and beliefs about health; and healthcare quality. She is currently leads OCEnR’s efforts in delivering cultural humility workshops and trainings and is a Site-Principal investigator and co-investigator on several R01 research studies that align with her interests, particularly asthma and perinatal health outcomes.
Rhonda is speaking at
Welcoming remarks from Wayne State University and Karmanos Cancer Institute leadership. Dell Stubblefield will share a brief history of Detroit.
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