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Spring 2024 Newsletter

We hope this newsletter finds you doing well and enjoying the additional sunlight now we’re in Spring. Center for Health Research (CHR) staff are jumping into the season with several new projects. We are excited to update you on these studies and also on ongoing research and community programs.

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CHR launches program to increase access for underrepresented populations in research

People of color, those with disabilities and socioeconomically disadvantaged individuals are not well represented in the research workforce. U-RISE, an NIH funded grant, is pairing college students from historically marginalized populations with research opportunities and mentorships at multiple universities, including Cal Poly. The program is led by Drs. Sarah Keadle, PhD, and Todd Hagobian, PhD, and welcomed its inaugural U-RISE class of four students this year. The hope is these students will graduate the two-year program more prepared for graduate school in the biomedical field.

Read the full article here: CHR launches new program to increase access for underrepresented populations in research




New Research at the Center for Health Research

Read more about new research at the Center for Health Research


Ongoing grant-funded research at the center

Read more about ongoing grand-funded research at the center


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You can now stay up-to-date with the Center for Health Research through its new Facebook, @CalPoly CHR, and instagram, @calpoly_healthresearch, accounts along with the existing Twitter account, @calpolyCHR. Be sure to follow CHR for the latest research and news.

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