Projects & Programs

IWRI

Research Training


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Itzá: Indigenous HIV/AIDS Research Training 3 (IHART3) Program

Indigenous HIV/AIDS-related health disparities have been linked to social, economic, and political inequities as well as to historical land loss, cultural devastation and a lack of access to healthy environments and health services. The aim of the IHART3-Itzá program is to develop a strong network of highly trained and productive Indigenous scholars dedicated to research...

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INSPIRE

INSPIRE: An Indigenous Substance use and addictions Prevention Interdisciplinary Research Education program The Indigenous Wellness Research Institute is proud to host INSPIRE, a new training program aimed at encouraging American Indian/Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander to pursue careers in substance abuse and addictions related health disparities research. INSPIRE is 24-month-long training program that features...

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LUNA

By the light of the moon, we are Lighting Up Native Aspirations (LUNA) for health research careers Deadline Extended! Now accepting applications for Cohort 3 until December 15, 2021. 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...

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