About Us

The goal of the Office is to actively engage in research focused on reducing cancer disparities among the underserved and ethnic minority populations in the District of Columbia including African-Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans. Our mission is to facilitate, stimulate, and promote synergy in addressing the social deterrants of health in conjunction with biological basis of cancer health disparities via research, training, communication, and education.

Contact number: 202-687-5367

WE LISTEN. WE ACT. WE CARE.

Welcome to Minority Health Matters, a newsletter designed to bring you the latest Office of Minority Health news and health care information affecting your community. Your health is important to us and we want you to know what you can do to keep yourself and your family healthy—today and in the future.

Newsletters: Summer 2015 |Spring 2013 | Winter 2013Spring 2011 | Summer 2010 | Winter 2009

Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities Research: A Community Engagement Perspective

 In this special report, we invite you to learn about our current efforts to actively engage underserved and minority populations in community based research focusing on reducing cancer disparities in the District of Columbia.

 

 

 

OFFICE OF MINORITY HEALTH AND HEALTH DISPARITIES RESEARCH Oral Health Resource Directory

oral health directory  We created an oral health resource directory that identifies dental and oral care providers in Washington DC for the underserved that is organized by Ward. 

 

 
 
 
 

Working to Reduce Health Disparities

Georgetown Working to Reduce Health Disparities

 GEORGETOWN WORKING to REDUCE HEALTH DISPARITIES, a special supplement of Georgetown Medicine, a Georgetown University Medical Center publication.

In this special supplement, we invite you to learn how Georgetown is creating a more equal health care landscape in our own backyard and around the world. With this snapshot of our efforts, we hope you'll be inspired to learn more about the role you can play.