Health research changes lives. Participating is a way to help others by "giving forward," and it's also an opportunity to learn more about your own health.
Awards include funding and technical support to implement and evaluation an evidence-based or -informed project to improve health.
The program trains undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds how to conduct health equity research. Participants develop and implement a project in their home communities and are compensated for their work.
Two former KL2 scholars are leading their second R01 grant focused on supporting children who are deaf or hard of hearing and their families.