University of Cincinnati Scholar to Head Committee of the American Public Health Association

Guy-Lucien Whembolua, an assistant professor of Africana studies at the University of Cincinnati, has been elected program chair of the Caucus on Refugee and Immigrant Health of the American Public Health Association.

According to the American Public Health Association, the caucus “was established to increase focus on the health and social needs of refugee and immigrant populations coming into the United States. The caucus develops programs exploring issues and identifies innovative solutions in various communities.”

Dr. Whembolua holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and a Ph.D. in biobehavioral health from Pennsylvania State University.

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