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Charvonne Holliday, PhD, MPH

CHoliday

Assistant Professor

Department of Population Family, and Reproductive Health 

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

 

Charvonne Holliday received the 2017 – 2018 Hopkins Center for Health Disparities Solutions Pilot Project award for her proposal, “Racial/Ethnic Differences in Unintended Pregnancy Risk: A Place-Based Comparison."

The Pilot Project Program supports new and early stage investigators (ESI) with projects related to place-based determinants of health disparities and minority health.

Dr. Holliday is committed to understanding and addressingplace-based disparities in intimate partner violence (IPV) and associated sexual/reproductive health outcomes among women. She uses mixed research methods and a community-oriented approach to understand how experiences of IPV intersect with broader socio-structural health determinants and perpetuate deeply entrenched disparities.