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NC Healthy Aging Research Network
Conducting Research and Research Translation
The NCHAN is an eight-year Special Interest Project (SIP) funded by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). For the past four years, the Institute’s efforts in conducting research and research translation activities, and in building healthy aging partnerships, including the NC Healthy Aging Coalition, have been organized under the auspices of the NC Healthy Aging Research Network (NCHAN).
The mission of NCHAN is to work with national, state and local partners to:
Investigators and Advisory Board
Mary Altpeter, PhD [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Rebecca Hunter [email@example.com]
The NCHAN Community Advisory Board (CAB) is composed of University researchers and educators, government agencies, senior advocates and community partners, including many members of the NC Healthy Aging Coalition.
Work in progress
Working with various advisory board members, highlights of NCHAN ongoing research and research translation activities include:
At the national level, the NCHAN is part of the larger nine-campus national Healthy Aging Research Network (HAN). The nine universities include: Texas A & M University, University of California, Berkeley; University of Colorado; University of Illinois, Chicago; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; University of Pittsburgh; University of South Carolina; University of Washington and West Virginia University. For more details, see the HAN brochure.
Work in progress
Visit the national HAN web site for more information.
Institute on Aging
720 Martin Luther King Blvd., CB #1030
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-1030
phone 919-966-9444 | fax 919-966-0510
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