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Investigators include Dee Burton, PhD, associate professor and chair of community health sciences, School of Public Health; Abhishek Pandey, MD, clinical instructor in the Department of Medicine and sleep researcher with the Brooklyn Health Disparities Center (BHDC); Clotilde Balucani, MD, research fellow in the Department of Neurology; Ruth Browne, ScD, MPH, CEO of the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health (AAIUH) and co-director, BHDC; and Marilyn Fraser-White, MD, associate director of research and training, AAIUH, and director of community engagement, BHDC.
The Legacy and Arthur Ashe sneakers will feature classic designs with modern updates, with a portion of the proceeds from the Ashe sneaker benefiting the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, founded by tennis star Ashe shortly before his death in 1993 from AIDS contracted from a blood transfusion.
3 million to local events, community organizations and nonprofits to enrich the quality of life throughout the state, including: * National Hispanic Health Foundation * Jewish Community Relations Council * Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health * One Hundred Black Men and its Eagle Academies Empire associates contributed personally and financially to improving their communities in 2011.
About the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health The late tennis great Arthur Ashe founded the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health in December 1992, two months before his death.
Margaritis serves on the Board of Directors of The Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, and Research America, a non-profit advocacy organization to promote government support of medical research.
LaBelle and Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health Tackle Diabetes with New Educational Program WHAT: Grammy-award winning singer Patti LaBelle has joined the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health in the fight against diabetes.
He is the president of the board of directors of the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health.
The Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health created the black-tie event to increase visibility and raise money to sustain and expand its community-based programs that aim to improve the health and well-being of poor people living in American cities.