Thursday, September 28, 2017
Dr. Warne Attends Meeting of the National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services (NACRHHS)
In mid-September, Dr. Warne traveled to Boise, ID for the fall meeting of NACRHHS. This particualr meeting focused on the rural suicide crisis; both American Indian and rural populations are facing significant disparities when it comes to this issue. Dr. Warne serves as a committee member.
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
Dr. Warne traveled to Albuquerque, NM at the beginning of September to present at the American Indian/Alaskan Native Zero Suicide training. Dr. Warned also had the opportunity to meet with the Pueblo of Tesuque Tribal Leader, Rick Vigil.
Friday, September 15, 2017
Dr. Warne, along with Siobhan Wescott, Juan Li, and Jun Kong, received a four-year National Science Foundation grant for diabetes research. The grant will fund application development and a text messaging system for patients to communicate with their providers. The research will center on the Minnesota Lower Sioux Tribe.
Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Dr. Warne on his life, his career, and his work to address the health disparities faced by American Indian
In an interview with Beth Belvin for The Rural Monitor, Dr. Warne reflects on his journey from Pine Ridge, South Dakota to Stanford Medical School and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He also recounts how he become interested in medicine, explains why diabetes is of such great importance, and address the health disparities faced by the rural American Indian population.