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Lyerly Is Lead Author of Article In The Hastings Center Report

June 13, 2024

  Anne Drapkin Lyerly, MD, professor of Social Medicine and research professor in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the UNC School of Medicine, is lead author of “Beneath the Sword of Damocles: Moral Obligations of Physicians in a Post-Dobbs Landscape.” Lyerly is Lead Author of Article In The Hastings Center Report

Jill Fisher winner of the ASA Sociology of Sex and Gender Distinguished Article Award

September 5, 2023

Jill Fisher won the 2023 Sociology of Sex and Gender Distinguished Article Award from the American Sociological Association for her co-authored paper “Gendered Logics of Biomedical Research: Women in U.S. Phase I Clinical Trials” that was published in 2022 in the journal Social Problems. https://asasexandgender.wordpress.com/awards/

Jill Fisher is the recipient of a three-year grant from the National Library of Medicine

July 17, 2023

Dr. Jill A. Fisher is the recipient of a three-year grant from the National Library of Medicine (NIH) to support the writing of a scholarly book on the medicalization and pharmaceuticalization of food allergies. Tentatively titled “Challenging Allergies: The Search for a Magic Bullet for Pediatric Food Allergies,” the book will explore how US families navigate food allergies as … Read more

Giselle Corbie interviewed in New York Times Article: Addiction Treatment Medicine Is Vastly Underprescribed, Especially by Race, Study Finds

May 12, 2023

Addiction Treatment Medicine Is Vastly Underprescribed, Especially by Race, Study Finds Black patients with opioid use disorder were far less likely to fill prescriptions for the most effective addiction treatments than white patients. But strikingly few patients of all races got the medicine.  https://www.nytimes.com/2023/05/10/health/addiction-treatment-buprenorphine-suboxone.html