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icon with two presenters behind a podiumWe are pleased to welcome an esteemed panel of speakers and panelists to the 2024 University of Michigan School of Nursing Research, Scholarship and Innovation Symposium. Each presenter brings a unique and deep breadth of experience, skill and perspective to our event.


Featured Speaker

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Vincent Guilamo-Ramos

Director of the Institute for Policy Solutions, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing

Vincent Guilamo-Ramos is the Executive Director of the Institute for Policy Solutions at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and Director of the Center for Latino Adolescent and Family Health. He is a licensed nurse practitioner with a clinical focus on the prevention and treatment of HIV and STIs among youth.

Dr. Guilamo-Ramos’ research focuses on improving health care access, quality, and outcomes for Latinos and other populations experiencing structural adversity, with a focus on mitigating the mechanisms through which the social determinants of health (SDOH) shape health inequities. Widely regarded as an expert, scholar, and leader in SDOH and developing, evaluating, and translating family- and community-based interventions, his research has been federally funded for over two decades by NIH and various other agencies.

Dr. Guilamo-Ramos’ approach integrates interdisciplinary perspectives of nursing, public health, and social welfare to translate research findings into actionable policy recommendations and applied strategies to address persistent health inequities in the United States and globally. He has published over 100 manuscripts in leading peer-reviewed scientific and health journals including The Milbank Quarterly, Nature Medicine, The Lancet Infectious Diseases, JAMA Pediatrics, and The American Journal of Public Health. His work has received national media attention in outlets such as the New York Times, The Guardian, and Newsweek.

Dr. Guilamo-Ramos currently serves as co-chair of the HHS Presidential Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS and is a member of the ad hoc NASEM Committee on Unequal Treatment Revisited: The Current State of Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Healthcare, the HHS Panel on Antiretroviral Guidelines for Adults and Adolescents, the CDC/HRSA Advisory Committee on HIV, Viral Hepatitis and STD Prevention and Treatment, the NASEM Standing Committee on Reproductive Health, Equity, and Society, and the Board of UnidosUS. He received a Ph.D. in social welfare from SUNY Albany, an MSN degree from Duke University, and MPH, MSW, and MS degrees from New York University.



Our DEI-focused panel discussion will feature the following experts from the University of Michigan School of Nursing:

Student Panel Moderators: Dalton Bender and Kelly Creal