Training

We provide educational offerings to increase the capacity of investigators, community members and community providers in order to facilitate community and academic research collaborations.

We provide technical assistance to research teams and community partners interested in conducting community-based clinical and translational research in diverse communities.

Training Resources

Community Academic Grants Administration Translation (CAGAT) Initiative

Academic Researcher’s Guide — designed for academic researchers interested in gaining a greater understanding of the grant submission and management process when conducting federally-funded, community-engaged research.

Community Partner’s Guide — a resource for any community member working with academic researchers, including those in leadership roles at community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, health-related organizations, and other organizations interested in community-engaged research.

Empathy-Building Resource Guide (hypertension)

Empathy-Building Resource Guide — designed to provide healthcare professionals useful resources to enhance relationships with patients at risk for hypertension, needing treatment for hypertension, or managing hypertension.

More information

The Research 101 Portal is designed for those who are new to research, need a refresher in developing proposals, or need assistance in locating instructional materials to engage in translational research with community and academic partners.

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