We provide investigators with access to experts, resources, and education to enhance the inclusion of diverse populations across the life course in clinical and translational research.

The Inclusive Science Program (ISP) places particular attention on groups that have been historically underrepresented in research or who experience significant health disparities in North Carolina.

Inclusive Science Program

We provide investigators with access to experts, resources, and education to enhance the inclusion of diverse populations across the life course in clinical and translational research.

The Inclusive Science Program (ISP) places particular emphasis on groups that have been historically underrepresented in research or who experience significant health disparities in North Carolina.

These groups include but are not limited to: LGBTQ communities, people with disabilities, African Americans, rural populations, American Indians, Asian populations, Latinx groups, and those in the most vulnerable age categories: children and older adults.

ISP provides:

For questions about the consultation process, please contact Abigail Haydon.

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