Wayne State University

Aim Higher

Michigan Center for
Urban African American Aging Research

NEW: Use this link to view the Request for Pilot Grant Proposals FY2014

Investigative Core

The Investigator Development Core identifies, selects, and mentors multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural investigators interested in research and interventions on the health of minority elders.

One of the chief aims of the Michigan Center for Urban African American Aging Research is to mentor scholars and junior investigators who are committed to contributing to the improvement of the quality and quatitiy of research on aging minority populations. The four major activities for this Core are: 1) Conducting the Summer Training Workshop on African American Aging Research; 2) Active mentoring of junior researchers through our MCUAAAR Pilot Scholars program; 3) Resaerch and professional training workshops; 4) The dissemination of research on African American through the periodical "Perspectives". Robert Taylor, Ph.D. from the University of Michigan and Louis A. Penner, Ph.D. from Wayne State University are the Investigator core leaders.

Pilot Scholar Investigator

The Investigator Core funds and mentors research projects for junior African American and other underrepresented faculty. The focus of pilot projects has been identifying and developing potential pilot scholars and providing mentoring during proposal development.

Use this link to view our Investigator Development Core - Pilot Scholars
Use this link to see MCUAAAR workshop presentations

Health and Dissemination Policy Initiative

The focus of this Initiative is to train investigators in translating research for public dissemination and having influence on health policy issues related to aging among diverse ethnic, race and gender groups in society.

Co-Leaders: Carmen Green, MD and Tom Jankowski, PhD

Database and links to health policy internships & fellowships sponsored by the Kaiser Family Foundation
The Health and Aging Policy Fellowship Program

The Healthcare Bubble Through the Lens of Pain Research, Practice, and Policy: Advice for the New President and Congress.The Journal of Pain, Vol 9, No 12 (December), 2008: pp 1071-1073, Carmen R. Green, MD , Associate Professor, Departments of Anesthesiology and Health, Management and Policy, University of Michigan Schools of Medicine and Public Health, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Available online at www.sciencedirect.com

Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars Program, the deadline for the submission of all materials wasd 5pm ET on December 16, 2011. For more information, use the following link to access the website: http://www.kff.org/minorityhealth/bjscholars/index.cfm
For more information contact: Minti Henderson at 734-615-3629 or minti@umich.edu

 


 UM & WSU  MCUAAAR is a collaboration between the University of Michigan and Wayne State University