Associate Professor Adrian Aguilera’s research leverages digital & mobile technologies to improve health & mental healthcare of low-income & ethnic minority populations, with a focus on Latinx & Spanish-speaking populations.
Principal Investigators and Research Partners: Principal Investigator: Hortensia Amaro, Associate Vice Provost for Community Research Initiatives and Dean's Professor of Social Work and Preventive Medicine, University of Southern California Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work Co-Principal Investigator: Erin M. Kerrison, Assistant Professor, Berkeley Social Welfare
Summary and Findings:
Since June 2016, Dr. Erin Kerrison has worked with Dr. Hortensia Amaro on the development of a Diversity Supplement proposal to her NIDA funded parent R01 study entitled, “Neuro...
The goal of Digital Health Equity and Access Lab (dHEAL) is to develop and disseminate innovative technologies to improve health and mental health in low-income and underserved communities. We focus on the development, evaluation and implementation of digital health interventions (e-health, m-health and technology-assisted interventions) to improve the reach of evidence-based interventions.