The Research Training/Education Core is led by Dr. Brenda Latham-Sadler, Associate Professor of Family and Community Medicine, and Dr. Kristen Hairston, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine (Endocrinology) and Dr. Sonia Crandall, Professor of Family and Community Medicine. Dr. Latham-Sadler also serves as Associate Dean in the Office of Students Services, and Dr. Latham-Sadler and Dr. Hairston are actively engaged with students in the WFHS medical school, physician assistant program, and biomedical doctoral research programs.
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|Giannini, Courtney M; Irby, Megan B; Skelton, Joseph A et al. (2017) Feasibility of a Friendship Network-Based Pediatric Obesity Intervention. Child Obes 13:18-24|
|Effoe, Valery S; Katula, Jeffrey A; Kirk, Julienne K et al. (2016) The use of electronic medical records for recruitment in clinical trials: findings from the Lifestyle Intervention for Treatment of Diabetes trial. Trials 17:496|
|Lane, Montez; Bell, Ronny; Latham-Sadler, Brenda et al. (2016) Translational Research Training at Various Levels of Professional Experience to Address Health Disparities. J Best Pract Health Prof Divers 9:1178-1187|
|Beech, Bettina M; Calles-Escandon, Jorge; Hairston, Kristen G et al. (2013) Mentoring programs for underrepresented minority faculty in academic medical centers: a systematic review of the literature. Acad Med 88:541-9|