Northwestern Faculty and Students Study Global Health: Recent Northwestern PhD Dissertations

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Northwestern Faculty and Students Study Global Health: Recent Northwestern PhD Dissertations

 Developmental Perspective on the Origins of Obesity

Christopher W. Kuzawa, Peter D. Gluckman, and Mark A. Hanson, In Adipose Tissue and Adipokines in Health and Disease. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press., 2007. Available as an e-book.

Ethnobotanical Knowledge is Associated with Indices of Child Health in the Bolivian Amazon

Thomas W. McDade, William R. Leonard, et al. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 104:15 (2007) 6134-6139. Available online.

Exploring the Early Development of Health Inequality: Culture, Stress, and Health among African American Adolescents

Elizabeth Sweet. PhD Dissertation, Northwestern University, 2008. Available online through ProQuest Dissertations & Theses- Full Text.

Immigrants' Access to Public Health Care Systems In New York's "Post-Reform" Era

Ana Aparicio. In Immigrants, Welfare Reform, and the Poverty of Policy, 2004.

Immigrants, Welfare Reform, and the Poverty of Policy

Ana Aparicio and Philip Kretsedemas, editors. Westport, Conn.: Praeger. 2004. Main Library 362.50899 I33

Market Integration, Stress, and Health: An Exploration of Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Dynamics among the Tsimane' of the Bolivian Amazon

Colleen Nyberg. PhD Dissertation, Northwestern University, 2009. Available online through Proquest Dissertations & Theses- Full Text.

Social Support and Women's Health in El Alto, Bolivia

Kathryn Ann Hicks. PhD Dissertation, Northwestern University 2008. Available online through Proquest Dissertations & Theses-Full Text.

Speaking through Diabetes: Rethinking the Significance of Lay Discourses on Diabetes

Emily Mendenhall, Rebecca Seligman, Alicia Fernandez, Elizabeth A Jacobs. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 24:2 (2010) 220-239. Available online.