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Centers for American Indian and Alaska Native Health

The following list links to our projects that have training components.

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Native Elder Research Center (NERC)

The Division of American Indian and Alaska Native Programs, within the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado Denver, has been awarded a 5-year Resource Center for Minority Aging Research (RCMAR) that focuses on Native elder health. 

Learn about NERC



Grantwriting Uncovered: Maximizing Strategy, Help, Opportunities, Experiences (GUMSHOE) Program

GUMSHOE is one of four professional development-training programs committed to increasing the number of scholars from diverse backgrounds who are successful in becoming independent investigators and securing NIH grants.

Learn more about GUMSHOE



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Digital Storytelling 

CAIANH staff have conducted several digital storytelling workshops.  Digital storytelling is a way for individuals to share meaningful stories from their lives. Spoken words form the basis; photographs and music are used to add emotional impact. These elements are combined to produce a short, personal multimedia work that can be shared electronically. 

Learn about digital storytelling



Strategically Focused Research Network – Multidisciplinary Research Fellowship Program

The program trains promising new investigators in the prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease disparities, with interdisciplinary training that crosses the T0-T4 spectrum from basic science to community translation. While focusing on a selected area of this spectrum (e.g., basic science), trainees obtain hands-on or classroom experience with the other facets of translation in real-world clinical or community settings.

Learn about the fellowship program


Colorado School of Public Health

13001 E. 17th Place​
Mail Stop B119
Aurora, CO 80045


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