Centers & Programs

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From genetic epidemiology to nutrition and environmental health, our faculty are advancing collective understanding of what causes cancer, how to better detect the disease, and how behavior can impact survivorship.

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The mission of the Center for Global Health is to catalyze equitable partnerships in teaching, research, practice, and service to make innovative and creative advances in the global standard of health.

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The Center for Health, Work & Environment is one of 10 Centers of Excellence for Total Worker Health® and houses the Mountain & Plains Education and Research Center, one of 18 centers of its kind. The center works to advance worker health, safety, and well-being through education, research, and public health practice.

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The Center for Innovative Design & Analysis (CIDA) provides biostatistics expertise, establishing collaborative partnerships with researchers at the CU Anschutz Medical Campus, its affiliates, and the surrounding community.
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The Center for Public Health Practice offers workforce training, development, and consultation to support innovative public health programs throughout Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region.

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The Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health promote the health and wellbeing of American Indians and Alaska Natives by pursuing research, training, continuing education, technical assistance, and information dissemination.
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The Colorado Integrated Food Safety Center of Excellence is one of six Integrated Food Safety Centers of Excellence designated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention​. The center is dedicated to identifying and developing model practices in foodborne disease surveillance and outbreak response by providing trainings, continuing education ​​opportunities, and serving as a resource for local, state and federal public health professionals.
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The Community Epidemiology & Program Evaluation Group (CEPEG) studies attitudes, behaviors, and potential interventions related to public health, and provides a full range of evaluation services for public health programs.
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The Injury & Violence Prevention Center links research, training, and practice to prevent injury in Colorado, the U.S., and around the world.
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The Latino Research & Policy Center (LRPC) has the vision of academically empowering students in Latino health and health policy by developing educational and training programs in the area of public health. The LRPC works to reduce the disparities that affect Latino communities and increase collaborative partnerships with community-based organizations, academic institutions, and state/city elected officials.
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The mission of the LEAD Center is to conduct research into the lifecourse health consequences of early and later life exposures that increase the risk and accelerate the onset of adiposity (obesity) and diabetes.
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The mHealth Impact Laboratory works to address inequities in health outcomes by creating and curating high-quality mobile and digital technology solutions.

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This program is dedicated to the expanding and investing in research, education, and partnership in behavioral health—mental health and substance use—and public health.
This program leverages relationships with faculty, staff, and students across the Colorado School of Public Health and the CU Anschutz Medical Campus to inform public health policy and practice in ways that maximize health justice.
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The Rocky Mountain Prevention Research Center (RMPRC) conducts community-engaged research with schools and communities to achieve health equity by optimizing social-emotional, mental, and physical health.
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The Rocky Mountain Public Health Training Center works in collaboration with several organizations to develop, market, deliver, and evaluate a wide range of trainings based on current needs and public health trends.

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Systems for Action is a research program of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation housed in our Department of Health Systems, Management & Policy. The program studies approaches for aligning delivery and financing systems across medical care, public health, and the social services sector in ways that improve health and health equity.

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