The Program in Health Disparities Research addresses health disparities among minority and other under-served populations by supporting and expanding diverse academic and community educational programs focusing on health inequities.
The Program also helps develop the next generation of health disparity researchers through high-quality mentoring and training.
Distinguished Visiting Scholar Series
Leaders in health disparities research present lectures and meet in small groups with faculty, fellows, and students, and visit community organizations.
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Undergraduate Research Internship on Cancer and Health Disparities
Undergraduate students work with researchers on cancer and health disparities related topics.
Health Equity Leadership & Mentoring Program
An opportunity for junior faculty members at the University of Minnesota. Applications are currently closed and will reopen July 2019.
This course will introduce students to integration science and practice, teach about the importance of integration across research, clinical practice, community, and policy domains to address health disparities, teach skills for communicating with these entities to intentionally and successfully facilitate integration practice, and have students create their own integrated projects addressing a health disparity.
CBPR Course: PubH 6815
Credit/Non-credit course for graduate students and community practitioners on Community-based Participatory Research (CBPR).
The Community Research Institute
A six-week workshop series aimed at enhancing the capacity of community organizations to partner and conduct health related research.
The University of Minnesota Cancer-Related Health Disparities Education and Career Development Program
A joint training program in the Medical School and the School of Public Health.
Clinical and Translational Science Institute
CTSI offers training and career development to the University of Minnesota and the community.