Center for the Elimination of Minority Health Disparities
Blanca Ramos, Ph.D.
Director, Education Core
School of Social Welfare
University at Albany, Richardson 109
1400 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY 12222
Ph.D., University at Albany
Blanca Ramos' scholarly interests are centered on cross-cultural social work, gerontology, and domestic violence with a focus on US Latinos. Dr. Ramos holds an affiliate appointment in the Department of Latin American and Caribbean Studies. She teaches courses on clinical social work, diversity, immigrants, Hispanic cultures in the U.S., and research in Latino communities. Her international work includes partnership building with higher education institutions and communities and with the national association of social workers in Peru. Dr. Ramos serves on a variety of local, regional, and national boards and commissions and has extensive experience as a practitioner and community organizer. Blanca Ramos is past First Vice President of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and has served in the National Board of the Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research. She is a current member of the editorial board of Social Work and the NASW National Committee on Inquiry. She is originally from Lima, Peru.
"Overcoming Cultural Barriers to Hispanic Use of Health Education Services"