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McGowan South, Room 411C
Dr. Molina de Mesa (her students call her Dr. Molina) is a public health gerontologist with teaching and research interests in aging, immigrant health, and health disparities. She received a BS in Psychology from Loyola University Chicago, an MPH from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and a PhD from the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.
Dr. Molina mentors students through the Rising STEM Scholars Program, McNair Scholars Program, and College of Science and Health Student Ambassadors Program. In her teaching, research, and mentorship, Dr. Molina is committed to improving and addressing diversity, equity, justice, and inclusion in higher education. She currently serves as the Diversity Advocate for the College of Science and Health.
At DePaul, Dr. Molina is the faculty advisor for the following student organizations: Alpha Sigma Kappa Women in Technical Studies Sorority, Doctors Without Borders, and DePaul Women's Acapella.
HLTH 200 Foundations of Health Sciences
HLTH 210 Introduction to Public Health
HLTH 310 Fundamentals of Epidemiology
HLTH 318 Health of Aging Populations
HLTH 350 Senior Capstone
HON 302 Seminar in Social Justice: Health Disparities in the United States: Is It a Matter of Life or Death?