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Applications: Asset Mapping, Health Education Program, Needs Assessment Methodologies: Medical Records, Psychometric Statistics on Mplus, Women's Health Relevant Projects: Michigan Center for. Urban African American Aging Research (NIA sub contract) Connections:

American Public Health Association, Disability and Health

Rie Suzuki

Associate Professor, Public Health and Health Sciences

Dr. Suzuki is a behavioral scientist and has major research interests in examining and intervening mediational social determinants factors of health behaviors and health outcomes across lifespan. She analyzes the National Health Interview Survey, Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey as well as the Flint regional medical records to understand the factors associating with poor health outcomes among people with disabilities including children and aging.