Research Center for Group Dynamics


Harold Neighbors

Research Professor, Research Center for Group Dynamics, ISR;
Professor Emeritus of Health Behavior and Health Education, School of Public Health

Harold Neighbors
5250 ISR
426 Thompson Street

Research interests include psychiatric epidemiologic field methods with African Americans, racial/ethnic influences on the diagnosis of mental disorder, and the use of professional services among the mentally ill. He is currently developing methods designed to encourage African American men with Major Depressive Disorder to seek help. Neighbors teaches a master's lecture class and a doctoral seminar on racial and ethnic health disparities. He is also Program Director of the NIH-funded doctoral training grant, Promoting Ethnic Diversity in Public Health Research.