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Leonard J. Duhl

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Leonard J. Duhl

Professor, Community Health and Human Development
University of California, Berkeley
healthy cities and communities
values of healthy communities
mental health planning and policy development
informatics in community health systems
Latin American community health and quality of life
governance of diversity


Dr. Leonard J. Duhl is a professor of community health and human development in the School of Public Health at UC Berkeley.

410 Warren Hall
Berkeley  California  94720
United States
Office Phone: 
(510) 642-1715
Office Fax: 
(510) 643-6981


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