Hannah Mandel

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Abetalipoproteinemia (ABL) is a rare Mendelian disorder of lipid metabolism due to genetic deficiency in microsomal triglyceride transfer protein (MTP). It is associated with defects in MTP-mediated lipid transfer onto apolipoprotein B (APOB) and impaired secretion of APOB-containing lipoproteins. Recently, MTP was shown to regulate the CD1 family of lipid(More)
Limited English proficiency (LEP), defined as a limited ability to read, speak, write, or understand English, is associated with health disparities. Despite federal and state requirements to translate health information, the vast majority of health materials are solely available in English. This project investigates barriers to translation of health(More)
Overview e Holocaust ended in 1945, but survivors have spent the last 70 years trying to cope with the extreme trauma that shattered their lives and dismantled their families. Soon after the Holocaust, survivors were found to su er from speci c mental health disorders related to their traumatic experiences. 2 Later research documented that these disorders(More)
Limited English proficiency (LEP) leads to disparities in health and health care. Although the LEP population in the US is growing and federal regulations require availability of translated health promotion materials, availability of these materials is lacking, partially due to the costs and time required to produce high quality translations. We conducted(More)
Despite the growing limited English proficiency (LEP) population in the US, and federal regulations requiring multilingual health information be available for LEP individuals, there is a lack of available high quality multilingual health promotion materials. The costs and personnel time associated with creating high quality translations serve as barriers to(More)
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