The HAC infrastructure and resources includes:
Big Health Science Data Canvas Site
Companion website where additional HAC related resources are available.
The Center for Complexity and Self-Management of Chronic Disease
Funded by the National Institute of Nursing Research provides an infrastructure to support interdisciplinary approaches to self-management of chronic disease. One of the components of the center is funding interdisciplinary pilot projects, which could lead to additional studies with a larger reach.
The Center for Sexual and Health Disparities
Conducts research on all aspects of sexuality, gender, and sexual health with a specific focus on the individual, community, and structural factors that shape the risk of poor sexual health and HIV/STIs.
The CASCAID (Complex ACEs, Complex Aid)
A study group developing an active program of research to redress the adverse impacts of trauma by studying and creating complex interventions. The project is funded through UMSN’s Dean’s Centennial Seminar Series.
The Clinical Learning Center
State-of-the-art clinical learning facility at UMSN that focuses on active learning to foster greater understanding and advanced clinical reasoning.
The Fogarty International Training Program for Strengthening Non-Communicable Disease Research and Training Capacity in Thailand
Builds on a long-standing collaboration between UMSN and the Thai Ministry of Public Health. UMSN hosts trainees for postdoctoral research training at our school as a part of this program.
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The Statistical Online Computational Resource (SOCR)
Develops, validates and shares Big Data modeling techniques, statistical analysis methods, and computational tools that can be used for many health science applications.