Teshia G Solomon, PhD

Associate Professor, Family and Community Medicine

Teshia G. Arambula Solomon,PD)(Choctaw/Mexican American) is University of Arizona Distinguished Outreach Professor, Faculty, Associate Professor in Family and Community medicine and co-Director of the American Indian Research Center for Health in partnership with the Inter-Tribal Council of Arizona. Dr. Solomon was lead editor and author on the book Conducting Health Research with Native American Communities. She is co-author of the Cultural Wisdom Declaration published in the National Tribal Behavioral Health Agenda and the National Tribal Public Health Agenda. She serves as the Technical Advisor on the NIH Tribal Advisory Council, is a member of the National Academy of Science, Engineering and Math, Health Equity Roundtable, and served on a Blue Ribbon Panel Working Group for the Beau Biden Cancer Moonshot Initiative.

Cancer Focus

Indigenous people
Community engagement
Cancer Researcher Training

Research Program Role
Cancer Prevention and Control Program

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Teshia G Solomon, PhD