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Astrid Suchy-Dicey


Astrid M Suchy-Dicey, PhD, is an Assistant Research Professor and Epidemiologist with the Partnerships for Native Health research group at Washington State University (formerly with University of Washington). She is interested in the complex etiologies of diseases related to aging, particularly as relates to health disparities and excess burden among minority populations. Her award-winning work in pathology and epidemiology is broadly inclusive, and covers ideas as disparate as novel methods for defining dysfunction in blood pressure and kidney disease to systemic changes resulting from medication-induced diabetes. Her ongoing work is focused on clarifying risk factors and prognostics for kidney disease and diabetes, with emphasis on the heavy burden and special risks faced by American Indian and Alaska Native populations.

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