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Community Engagement and Clinical Support Core

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  1. Core Laboratory


  1. Resource Description
    "The Community Engagement and Clinical Support Core facilitates and supports community-based participatory research by drawing on local community knowledge and scientific expertise to implement and evaluate culturally valid and effective approaches to research in Alaska Native communities. The functions of the core include: - Facilitating and sustaining community/CANHR partnerships by engaging the community in all phases of the research process. - Supporting researchers in the development and implementation of linguistically and culturally appropriate research protocols. - Providing technical capacity to collect clinical measures and biological samples. - Processing all biological specimens collected in the field and maintaining a secure biological storage facility for CANHR investigators and Alaska Native participants. The CECS Core supports CANHR's central theme of community-based participatory research through strong and sustaining community partnerships with Alaska Native people."
  2. Contact
    Black, Jynene
  3. Contact
    Hopkins, Scarlett
  4. PI
    Boyer, Bert
  5. Affiliation
    Center for Alaska Native Health Research
  6. Affiliation
    Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska
  7. Affiliation
    DNA Core Laboratory
  8. Affiliation
    Department of Biology & Wildlife, University of Alaska
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