The overall objective of the Health Disparities Research Center at UCR is to build capacity in community-based research across all of the communities we serve in Inland Southern California. The center brings together broad interdisciplinary approaches including environmental, biomedical, and social science methods, to study health disparities. Our training and development activities are available to graduate, postdoctoral, and new principal investigators, as well as to established STEM researchers.
|Project / Principal Investigator / Organization||Admin IC||Funding IC||FY Total Costs By IC||Fiscal Year|
|LO, DAVID D | UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE||NIMHD||NIMHD||361684$361,684||2022|
|AYON, CECILIA | UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA RIVERSIDE||NIMHD||NIMHD||712947$712,947||2022|
Dr. Xin Li at Clark Atlanta University has been granted a $50,000 highly competitive Disparities Seed Award from Prostate Cancer Research (PCR), Inc. PCR is… Continue Reading
Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn. has launched a physician assistant program in its School of Graduate Studies and Research, the nation’s largest private independent… Continue Reading
Delaware State University has received a five-year, $18.36 million research grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) that will support the establishment of the… Continue Reading