Dr. Lara-Cinisomo was interviewed in Spanish by Isabel Gutierrez on radio station KIQI 1010-AM San Francisco and Sacramento about postpartum depression, especially among Latina women. You can listen by clicking the link.
Listen to Dr. Lara-Cinisomo interviewed by David Dahl on WTAX in Springfield about her research on COVID and women of color
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Concerns about job disruptions and loss of income were associated with increased depressive and anxiety symptoms in Latina women early in the pandemic, researchers found in a study that explored Black and Latina women’s mental health in mid-2020. Slightly more than 30% of women in the study experienced depressive symptoms and more […]
KCH Associate Professor Dr. Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo appeared on radio station WDWS-AM on Wednesday to discuss her upcoming studies, AgeCareVets and VetCareMind. AgeCareVets is trying to understand the needs and experiences of caregivers of Veterans with brain-related disorders to identify and provide recommendations for new programs and services. The aim is to learn how to better […]
Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo, PhD, MONA Treasurer, delivered the keynote address at the inaugural conference on perinatal mental health in San Juan Puerto Rico titled “Bienestar emocional en la etapa perinatal” (translation: Emotional wellbeing in the perinatal period). The conference was held at San Juan Medical Science campus and was organized by Marianela Rodriguez Reynaldo, PhD, Ana Parilla […]
https://www.wcia.com/local/professor-gives-advice-for-election-day-stress/ CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (WCIA)- If you’re feeling irritable or impatient while you’re watching the election results it might be time to de-stress. University of Illinois professor Sandraluz Cinisomo says it’s not unsual to feel anxious or not like yourself right now. Many could be feeling this way because of fear of the unknown. That can […]
https://www.news-gazette.com/news/local/military/special-report-veterans-caregivers-learning-to-cope-with-traumatic-brain/article_c5e0be06-5751-5a18-9206-b50fdf319d59.html Between 2000 and 2018, 383,947 people who served in the U.S. military were diagnosed with traumatic brain injury, according to the Department of Defense. Ahead of a Friday forum on the topic at Carle — ‘Making the Invisible Visible’ — our PAUL WOOD spoke to the veterans affected, the caregivers who stand by their […]
by: Bennett Wakenight Posted: Aug 27, 2019 / 06:22 AM CDT Updated: Aug 27, 2019 / 06:22 AM CDT Understanding the physical and mental struggle that comes with immigrating to a new country can be incredibly difficult to grasp since most people will never experience permanently leaving their home. Dr. Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo (Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Community Heath at University […]
Assistant professor Dr. Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo was named 2019’s top alumna of Cal-State Northridge’s Child and Adolescent Department, as well as winner of the Dr. Carol Kelly Legacy award, named for the woman who mentored Dr. Lara-Cinisomo and numerous others.
Listen to the Podcast on Mindfulness study with Ted Meissner Episode 135 :: Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo :: Mindfulness and Caregivers of Veterans May 19, 2019 Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo Dr. Sandraluz Lara-Cinisomo joins us to speak about her study on mindfulness helping caregivers of veterans. We’ve done several episodes on this podcast about mindfulness for military personnel, pre […]