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The Johns Hopkins University Center for American Indian Health is an independent center within the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with satellite offices on tribal lands of the White Mountain, Navajo Nation, and Santo Domingo Pueblo, where the Center’s American Indian workforce serves their own communities. With 35 years of collaboration with southwestern tribes, the Center’s programming now reaches more than 50 tribal nations in over 15 states. These partnerships have achieved landmark public health breakthroughs credited with saving over 60 million children’s lives worldwide. 
 
The Center’s Tribal Early Childhood Research Center partners include Drs. Allison Barlow (Associate Director) and John Walkup (Consulting Partner), and Ms. Nicole Pare (Project Assistant).

The Center’s Tribal Early Childhood Research Center partners include Drs. Allison Barlow (Associate Director) and John Walkup (Consulting Partner), and Ms. Nicole Pare (Project Assistant

 

Colorado School of Public Health

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Mail Stop B119
Aurora, CO 80045


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