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Selina Mohammed, PhD

Professor, University of Washington Bothell, School of Nursing & Health Studies

Selina Mohammed, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Nursing at the University of Washington Bothell, School of Nursing. Her academic interests are anchored in the areas of social justice, community health, culture and diversity, social determinants of health, and race, class and gender. Her scholarship endeavors fall under the rubric of health disparities. She has experience working with reservation and urban-based Native communities from the Navajo Nation, the Detroit Metropolitan area, and Seattle/King County.