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A true community partnership Partnership Spotlight: Exploring Six Years of Community Engagement

*A printable version of this timeline is available at the bottom of the page How can you see the impact of engaged research? Sometimes all you need to do is look at what’s being served to drink at the church potluck dinners. Linda Riggins began working …

Tony Locklear, Daniella Uslan, Molly De Marco and Alexandra Lightfoot celebrate De Marco's award for engaged research De Marco receives Provost Engaged Scholarship Award for research

Molly De Marco, PhD, Research Fellow and project director in the UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (HPDP) and research assistant professor of nutrition at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health, has received the 2016 Offic …

CARE Women’s Health Month Highlight: CARE (Caring and Reaching for Health)

This story is the second in our series celebrating research by and for women in celebration of Women’s History Month. To see the first, go to:Click Here  By Merve Sherifi, 2016 Communications Intern Caring and Reaching for Health (CARE), led by Princip …

COMPARE-UF small logo Women’s Health Month Highlight: COMPARE-UF seeks to understand treatment options for uterine fibroids

By Jake Ford, 2016 Communications Intern In recognition of Women’s History Month, we at the UNC Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention will be posting a weekly tribute to the work done by and for women as part of the Women in Science Wednes …

 
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