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Understanding and Addressing Racial Inequalities

In this episode of Michigan Minds, Margaret Hicken, Research Assistant Professor at ISR and the Division of Nephrology, and Director of RacismLab, discusses her research exploring how place, history, and the environment factor into racial health inequities.

Our Centers

ISR consists of five separate but interdependent research centers, each with a particular focus and capabilities.

Faculty Profiles

ISR’s faculty experts conduct groundbreaking and wide-ranging social science research — representing more than 20 academic disciplines. Included below are two examples of the type of work being done by members of our team.

  • Margaret L. Hedstrom

    Faculty Associate, ICPSR Interim Director, Graduate School-Idps Professor, School Of Information
    Margaret L. Hedstrom, PhD, is PI for Sustainable Environment Actionable Data (SEAD), a National Science Foundation-funded project to create … more
  • Michael R. Elliott

    Research Professor, SRC-Survey Methodology Professor, Biostatistics Department
    Michael Elliott's research interests include the design and analysis of sample surveys, U.S. Census undercount, and missing and … more