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Christine Makosky Daley University of Kansas Medical Center, USA

Christine Makosky Daley completed her PhD in applied medical anthropology at the University of Connecticut in 2004. She also has a SM in health and social behavior from the Harvard School of Public Health (2002) and a MA in medical anthropology from Arizona State University (1998). She joined the University of Kansas Medical Center in 2004, where she is currently a professor of family medicine, preventive medicine and public health, and indigenous studies and director of the Center for American Indian Community Health (CAICH). She has been conducting CBPR with American Indian communities for more than 20 years and has served as a methodologist for mixed-methods and CBPR studies in numerous other populations, including African American, Latino, rural, children with special health care needs, and refugees.