The Washington University School of Medicine advisory group is charged with making recommendations to the CRE2 leadership team on how to promote and integrate CREinitiatives on the WUSM campus. At the same time, this group will strategize about how to engage both campuses in mutual initiatives. The group will also provide recommendations for how CRE2 can support activities that increase visibility of research on racial disparities in health across the departments in the medical school; that strengthen community partnerships with agencies focused on reducing racial and ethnic health disparities; and that provide students, residents, and trainees increased awareness of the role of race and ethnicity in determining health outcomes through curriculum, training, and research opportunities. This group will meet throughout the inaugural year of CRE2 to achieve these goals.

Cynthia Rogers, Chair

Joyce Balls-Berry PhD MPE

Associate Professor of Neurology

Ebony Carter MD, MSCI

Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Division of Maternal and Fetal Medicine Interim Chief, Division of Clinical Research

Bettina Drake PhD

Professor of Surgery, Division of Public Health Sciences Associate Director Community Outreach and Engagement

Sarah England PhD

Alan A. and Edith L. Wolff Professor of Medicine

Prematurity, Health Disparities

Cynthia Rogers M.D.

Associate Director, CRE2; Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics, Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry

Early Adversity; Health Disparities; Brain Development; Child Psychiatric Disorders; Perinatal Psychiatric Disorders; Prematurity; Psychosocial Stress