News & Events

Fall Faculty Books: "The Handbook on Minority Aging" by Keith Whitfield

Whitfield, vice provost of academic affairs and co-director of Duke's Center on Biobehavioral Health Disparities Research, addresses the social, behavioral and biological factors influencing key public health issues facing a rising number of older minority Americans.
Get the book

Become an Affiliate of the Center


The Center on BioBehavioral and Social Aspects of Health Disparities is open for affiliate membership. The Center on BioBehavioral and Social Aspects of Health Disparities, a program affiliated with REGSS and an affiliate of the Social Science Research Institute (SSRI) at Duke University, strives to support research investigating the integration of social, behavioral, and biological aspects of health disparities. Affiliates of the Center will be part of a growing network of scholars who work on health disparities research here at Duke. Your affiliation will connect you to a listserve, network you through center activities with like minded scholars, notify you of speakers who will be coming to Duke and alert you to grant opportunities on health disparities.
Fill out the Affiliate Application Form>


Group photo