Rachel Hardeman

Dr. Rachel Hardeman named one of TIME100 Most Influential People in the World

SPH’s Hardeman, founding director of the University of Minnesota’s landmark Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity (CARHE), was named a member of the 2024 TIME100. This year’s compilation recognized the world’s 100 most influential personalities and leaders throughout many cross-sections of society, from discovery and research to politics, policy, arts and athletics.

New study will explore whether artificial intelligence reduces healthcare spending and impacts health outcomes

SPH’s Hannah Neprash is leading a team of researchers that will study the impact of AI-enabled clinical software on healthcare spending, testing, diagnosis, and overall health outcomes.

New SPH project aims to improve the understanding of dementia among the African immigrant community

A collaboration between SPH researchers and community groups produced a book that comprehensively describes dementia and includes specific, culturally tailored recommendations for caring for people with the disease

UMN Institute for Global Cancer Prevention Research hosts World Health Organization event to strengthen global tobacco control efforts

School of Public Health researchers hosted the ninth plenary meeting of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Tobacco Laboratory Network for the first time, and co-organized a training workshop to share their expertise in tobacco research methods with public health professionals from around the globe

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