Learn more about our various programs to support health equity research at the university and in the community:
Works in Progress
Works in Progress (WIP) is a monthly seminar series devoted to discussing minority health and health disparities research topics. The purpose of these seminars is to give researchers a forum to freely discuss their research while still in the developing or formative phases in order to exchange ideas, obtain constructive feedback, and discuss issues that may be common to various projects.
Workshops and training
The Center for Health Equity has provided workshops and trainings to University and community researchers including a nationally renowned grant writing seminar, Write Winning Grants and a Scientific Writing Series co-hosted by the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the MN Center for Cancer Collaborations.