Lonnie Snowden Research Forum

Dr. Lonnie Snowden


On Thursday 11/29/12 CARHS proudly hosted Dr. Lonnie Snowden at the CARHS Fall 2012 Research Forum. Dr. Snowden is Professor of the Graduate School in the School of Public Health’s Health Policy and Management Program at the University of California, Berkeley. He has published more than 145 peer-reviewed research articles and book chapters, and his research has been continuously grant-supported for more than 25 years by awards from the National Institute of Mental Health and other sources. A video of the talk will be made available for those who cannot attend in person.


 Dr. Snowden’s research focuses on mental health and other health services disparities in access and quality of care, and on understanding disparities from social and health policy and systems perspectives.

 Dr. Snowden's presentation focused on Fixed and Random Effects Models for Understanding Mental Health Treatment Disparities. To learn more about Dr. Snowden's research presentation on this topic, please refer to his peer reviewed published articles listed below. 

Effects on Outpatient and Emergency Mental Health Care of Strict Medicaid Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment Enforcement

The Impact of Threshold Language Assistance Programming on the Accessibility of Mental Health Services for Persons With Limited English Proficiency in the Medi-Cal Setting 

 The research forum was a success with faculty members from a variety of different disciplines in attendance. For upcoming events, please check back with the CARHS website or contact Amy D'Andrade at amy.dandrade@sjsu.edu.


Dr. Lonnie Snowden speaking at the CARHS Research Forum in November