Story Map

This story map was designed by Rima Habre, ScD, and the MADRES Center team to shed light on environmental health disparities along racial and ethnic lines, susceptibility, built environment and COVID-19 spread in MADRES communities. MADRES (Maternal And Developmental Risks from Environmental and Social Stressors) is a Center of Excellence on environmental health disparities research. It was established in 2015 and is directed by Carrie Breton, ScD, and Theresa Bastain, PhD. It is housed in the Division of Environmental Health, Department of Preventive Medicine, at the University of Southern California.

Rima Habre, ScD, MSc
Associate Professor of Clinical Preventive Medicine

Carrie Breton, ScD
Associate Professor

Theresa Bastain, PhD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Preventive Medicine

Jill Johnson, PhD
Assistant Professor

Shohreh Farzan, PhD
Assistant Professor

Claudia Toledo Corral, PhD
Assistant Professor

Genevieve Dunton, PhD

Remy Landon, MPH
Health Program Analyst,
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

Wendy Gutschow, MPH
Project Coordinator