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Marilyn Aguirre-Molina
Position: Professor
Campus Affiliation: Lehman College
Phone: (917) 731-4323
Degrees/Diplomas: EdD, Health Education and Administration, Columbia University
Research Interests: Structural factors affecting the health and health needs of ethnic/racial populations in the US, Community capacity building for achieving health equity, AIDS, poverty and gender inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean

Primary Teaching Areas

  • Health Equity and Social Justice
  • Public Health Leadership

Book Titles & Chapters

Entitled to Nothing: The Struggle for Immigrant Health Care in the Age of Welfare Reform (2012). Project Hope.

Social and Structural Factors Affecting the Health of Latino Men in the US  (2010). Rutgers University Pres (with L. Borrell and W. Vega)

The Health of Latina Women: A Public Health Reader (2004).  San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers (with C. Molina)

The adolescent addiction treatment workforce: status, challenges, and strategies to address their particular needs (2004). Oxford: Haight Ashbury Publications (with K. Schubert, A. Pond, and M. Kraft)

Latino Access to Primary and Preventive Services – Barriers, Needs and Policy Implications (2003). The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Princeton, NJ. (with A. Pond)

Health Issues in the Latino Community (2001). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers (with C. Molina &
R. Zambrana)
 

Selected Publications

Note: This list is generated by an automated search in the database Scopus.  Due to the automated nature of the search, the list may not be comprehensive and may contain inaccuracies.

Education
  • BS, Health Sciences (Community Health Education)Hunter College/CUNY
  • MS, Public Health Education, Columbia University
  • EdD, Health Education and Administration, Columbia University