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Clarence Jones

Recognizing Clarence Jones for CEARCH Management Council Service 2017-2021

At the end of 2021, Clarence Jones, MEd, ended his tenure with the CEARCH Management Council, which helps shape the way CTSI engages the broader community in University of Minnesota research. Clarence will continue serving on CTSI’s Hub…
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Meet 10 UMN researchers who are accelerating discoveries toward better health

To celebrate CTSI’s 10th anniversary, we’re highlighting 10 researchers who are fulfilling our mission of accelerating discoveries toward better health. 
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CTSI team member Chao Yang named 40 under 40 in Public Health

The de Beaumont Foundation recently recognized Chao Yang, Assistant Director of our Community Engagement to Advance Research and
Rebecca Shlafer, PhD, MPH, participates in a past Scholar workshop

New Minnesota legislation, supported by CTSI research, promotes health of incarcerated mothers and infants

CTSI-supported research led to new Minnesota legislation that keeps incarcerated mothers and their newborn babies together.
Paulette Baukol, CEARCH Management Council Co-Chair

CTSI creates new community member leadership role, welcomes Paulette Baukol

Paulette Baukol has been selected by the Community Engagement to Advance Research and Community Health (CEARCH) Management Council to serve as its first Community Co-Chair, a new role to be held exclusively by an individual not affiliated…
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Community-Centered Dissemination Toolkit available to support research teams

Community and University research teams have a new resource, The Community-Centered Dissemination (CCD) Toolkit, to use when creating communication plans for their research results.  Research teams can follow the guided steps in the CCD…
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Keeping Indigenous communities connected during the pandemic

With funding from CTSI, University of Minnesota researchers worked with local Indigenous community partners to develop evidence-based and culturally appropriate COVID-19 resources, creating three distinct fact sheets on staying healthy and…
Chao Yang

CTSI welcomes Chao Yang, CEARCH Assistant Director

Chao Yang has joined CTSI to serve as Assistant Director of its community-engagement function, Community Engagement to Advance Research and Community Health (CEARCH). In this role, she’ll develop, lead, and sustain community-engaged…
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Four University-Community teams awarded CTSI support for community health research

CTSI’s Community Engagement to Advance Research and Community Health (CEARCH) office awarded four new
Power of Partnership

Building trust in science through Power of Partnerships 2021

The 2021 Power of Partnerships event focused on building trust in science and the Covid-19 vaccine through community academic dialogue.

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