Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Amarildo "Lilu" Barbosa

CHIEF DIVERSITY, INCLUSION & BELONGING OFFICER
HARVARD CHAN SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH

Lilu BarbosaAs Chief Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Officer, Lilu plays a pivotal role in ensuring a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment for students, faculty, and staff at the Harvard Chan School, leading the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI) as well as the Dean’s Advisory Committee on Diversity and Inclusion (DACDI).

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2021 May 14

The 172nd Cutter Lecture in Preventive Medicine – To Race with the World: John Henryism and the Health of Black Americans

4:15pm to 5:15pm

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Virtual

The John Henryism hypothesis posits that, repeated, high-effort coping with difficult social and economic stressors accelerates aging of the cardiovascular system, with one key manifestation among Black Americans being an earlier onset in adulthood of high blood pressure. Sherman A. James, Susan B. King Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University, will discuss the historical and scientific origins of the John Henryism hypothesis; critically review findings from major tests of the hypothesis; outline future research...

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