Develop cutting-edge research to understand and eliminate health disparities. Health Disparities Research Program
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Program Informational Resources

The Health Disparities Research Program increases the prominence and impact of research on health disparities at Harvard. The program promotes health equity by facilitating new collaborative research, education, and training opportunities in the biomedical, clinical, health policy, and social sciences to address racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, gender, sexual orientation, and other disparities in health and healthcare. The program facilitates Harvard-wide research on health disparities through research and methods seminars, personalized consultations, networking events, and transdisciplinary symposia. The program also provides training and mentorship for junior faculty, fellows, and students interested in health disparities research. The Health Disparities Research Program works to increase the local and national impact of health disparities research by creating collaborations with local and national clinical and translational science centers and community partners.

Funding Opportunity

Pilot funding up to $50,000 for Primary and Secondary Prevention of Eating Disorders

Watch videos from the Merging Laboratory, Clinical, and Population Scientific Approaches Symposium.