We design and implement innovative technologies to achieve health equity
Our research intersects Public Health and Biomedical Engineering.
Our work is rooted in community-academic partnerships for action-oriented research that informs social change.
We believe that the people who face particular challenges every day are the ones who best understand those challenges, and therefore hold the key to their solution.
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- Nick Nagel awarded Peer of the Year at Tippecanoe Recovery RallyOur very own Nick Nagel, CHW at LTHC Homeless Services, was named […]
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- Homelessness during COVID-19: challenges, responses, and lessons learned from homeless service providers in Tippecanoe County, IndianaWe conducted a community-based participatory research study examining the impacts of the […]