Adrian E. Dominguez has over 28 years of experience working as an epidemiologist for local public health and other public health organizations. His work includes pediatric lead poisoning in low income areas, HIV/AIDS, maternal and child health, diabetes, breast and cervical cancer, social determinants of health and health equity, community health assessments and evaluations. In 2013, Adrian began teaching as an adjunct professor for Eastern Washington University in the public health program at the College of Business and Public Administration. His subjects included Social and Behavioral Trends in Public Health, Social Justice/Culture and Public Health Practices and Epidemiology. In 2015 Adrian was inducted into Eastern Washington’s Upsilon Phi Delta Honor Society for his work and contributions to public health.
The Urban Indian Health Institute, the Tribal Epidemiology Center under Adrian’s leadership, works with urban American Indian/American Native communities throughout the United States.
Adrian received his Master of Science in Epidemiology and Bio-statistics from the School of Public Health at the University of California at Los Angeles. In 1988 he was awarded the Harvard University Health Professionals fellowship and attended Harvard University to study neurology and public health.
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