The Research Education and Training Core (R-TEC) aims to equip emerging investigators and health professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to conduct community engaged, interdisciplinary, and culturally competent health disparities research. Additionally, we hope to attract and increase the number of ethnically diverse health disparities researchers. The Research Education and Training Core provides a wide-range of learning opportunities that draws upon the expertise of faculty across the university, strong partnerships with other academic and community institutions and the diversity of the local and global communities we work with.
Some of the opportunities include:
- Health Disparities Courses
- Health Disparities Research Experiences
- Seminars, Lectures and Workshops
- Advanced Intensive Training (Internships, Post-doctoral Fellowships, Graduate Assistantships)
- Feeder Programs with other universities
- Health Disparities Consortium