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Millicent Robinson

Millicent Robinson

Mellicent Robinson joins the SSW this year as a post-doctoral student. She is currently a doctoral candidate and the Eugene V. Cota-Robles Fellow in the Department of Community Health Sciences at the University of California Los Angles (UCLA) Fielding School of Public Health. Before pursuing her Ph.D. at UCLA, she completed both her MPH/MSW at UNC-Chapel Hill in 2017. Robinson’s program of research focuses on investigating the life course biopsychosocial mechanisms that distinguish physical and mental health risk among Black women by addressing three key issues: culturally relevant coping; interconnections between physical and mental health; and ethnic heterogeneity among Black women.

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