Health Research Institute actively engages in innovative and rigorous health research that generates new knowledge that exerts a sustainable impact on mitigating – and ultimately eliminating – health disparities.
Our collective impact is dependent on our capacity to partner with stakeholders to derive a shared vision that ultimately empowers community-embedded change agents who are equipped to improve their quality and length of life.
We are dedicated to working with our community to discover and promote sustainable solutions to real-world health challenges.
African American women are more likely to die
of breast cancer than any other racial group.
7 in 10 new HIV diagnosis
among Latinos occur in gay and bisexual men.
are consumed by individuals with some form of mental illness or substance use disorder. They make up 25% of the U.D. adult population.
are African Americans and they are the number one racial/ethnic group affected living in the U.S.
lead the increase in years of potential life lost (YPLL) in comparison to the general population when considering all causes of death.
are more likely to have diagnosed diabetes in comparison to their European American counterparts.
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