Projects & Programs

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Research Training


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LUNA

By the light of the moon, we are Lighting Up Native Aspirations (LUNA) for health research careers The LUNA program is built of a strong network of highly trained Indigenous scholars dedicated to culturally relevant research who are contributing to ameliorating health disparities among Indigenous populations.  This program provides a unique interdisciplinary training opportunity in...

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IHART 2

The Indigenous HART Program IHART2 is the second iteration of the Indigenous HIV/AIDS Research Training (IHART) program. IHART2 is an innovative research training program for Indigenous, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander (NHPI) and other underrepresented ethnic minority scholars. The IHART2 program aims to develop a network of scholars dedicated to culturally grounded research that will contribute to...

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Program Overview

Māhina International Indigenous Health Research Training Program Offers A 10-week intensive international summer research training program consisting of: Two week orientation in Seattle, WA and Honolulu, HI where trainees will learn about the social, cultural, and historical determinants of health and health disparities. Trainees will also engage with local indigenous leaders and will be immersed...

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