The interplay of culture, marginalization, and American mental health care. Featuring Christy Erving, PhD, Department of Sociology at Vanderbilt University; Abdirahman Osman (B.S. in Medicine, Health, & Society, 2019), consultant at the American Muslim Advisory Council focused on wellbeing among Muslims of Middle Tennessee; and Taylor Guzi, Class of 2022.
Christy Erving, PhD: Cultural Contextual Factors Underlying Black Women's Mental Health
Taylor Guzi: Trauma and Culture in a Latinx Context
Abdirahman Osman: Mental Health Issues in the Muslim Community
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Christy Erving, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Vanderbilt University. As a whole, her research employs quantitative methods to explore how race, ethnicity, immigrant status, and gender interact to produce differentials in a variety...
Undergraduate, Honors Program in Medicine, Health & Society
Taylor Guzi is currently a senior at Vanderbilt majoring in Psychology and Medicine, Health & Society. She is currently conducting independent research for her honors thesis investigating the intersections of culture, resilience, and trauma,...
Consultant at the American Muslim Advisory Council
Abdirahman Osman graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2019 with a degree in Medicine, Health, and Society. He currently serves as a consultant for the American Muslim Advisory Council, where he works to increase mental health awareness and...
Rashmi (she/her) is a junior from Dallas, Texas studying Computer Science and Mathematics. At Vanderbilt, she is involved with Vanderbilt Effective Altruism and is a software engineer at the Vanderbilt Institute for Software Integrated Systems....