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ReTOOL Special Series

I am pleased to share that the ReTOOL Special Series has been published. Join me in congratulating Alexandra Jean-Louis, Orlando Rivera Colon, Jordan Swaby, and Anisah Husman for their publication. Cancer Health Disparities: The ReTOOL Programme Findings…

Reimage Sickle Cell

Please join us on September 25, from 10 AM to 1 PM to learn about Sickle Cell disease through Equity Lens. Hosted by Selena Webster-Bass. You are invited to participate in A Stress and Pain Self-management health study (RADIANCE STUDY). For more information please click on the link below…

ProTalks

CaRE2@UF is so proud to announce ProTalks: a community outreach project headed by one of our CaRE2 Citizen Scientist alumna, and CaRE2@UF Community Mini Grant awardee, Mrs. Lynn Jones Turpin! ProTalks seeks to address prostate cancer research and health disparities in the Black community of Duvall County. There is…

CaRE2 @ UF Stands with The Black and Latino Communities Against COVID-19

The CaRE2 Health Equity Center understands that health and health disparities are a result of MANY factors. Even though our primary focus is to eliminate cancer health disparities in Black and Latinx populations, it has become essential to pay attention to and address the disparate burden of COVID-19 in the…

3 chances to Observe Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month with CaRE2!

Two of the three studies currently being funded by the Florida-California CaRE2 Health Equity Center focus on pancreatic cancer health disparities. As such, we are honored to have the resources and expertise available to share with you in observance of Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month this November. First, on November 24…

Congratulations, Dr. Nduaguba, AACR Scholar-In-Training Award Recipient!

The CaRE2 Health Equity Center @ UF is celebrating one of our Post Doctoral Fellows, Dr. Sabina O. Nduaguba, who has been awarded the AACR Scholar-In-Training award for the scientific abstract she submitted to the annual AACR Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved!…

Announcing UF’s Brand New Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Health Equity

The CaRE2 @UF Health Equity Center is pleased to announce the creation of a new graduate certificate, which is housed in the University of Florida College of Pharmacy, but is open to post-baccalaureate, professional/graduate students and post-doctoral fellows enrolled in any UF Professional degree program. It is a a comprehensive investigation of…

CaRE2@UF United Against Racism

In recent days, news about the killing of unarmed Black men and women and the subsequent protests in response to the killings has become widespread. The killing of George Floyd has resulted in global protests in support of the Black community. The CaRE2@UF Heath Equity Center works in and with the Black community.