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The Clinical Research Center of Hawaii: a nine year progress report.

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Title: The Clinical Research Center of Hawaii: a nine year progress report.
Authors: Easa, David
Medina, Louise
Ho, Tammy
Grothaus, Coraleen
Kim, Kari
show 2 moreDavis, James W.
Ng, Cedric

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Issue Date: May 2005
Abstract: The UH-CRC is an NIH minority funded infrastructure program at the University of Hawaii in partnership with Hawaii Pacific Health, now in its ninth year. The main purpose of the UH-CRC is to foster clinical research at UH in order to improve the health of the citizens of Hawaii, particularly those who suffer disproportionately from disorders affecting these communities. This status report documents the continued success and progress of the Center Manuscripts published or in press have increased from an average of 43 in years 1-3 to 54 in years 4-6 to 84 for years 7-9. Actual dollars received per year ranged from 1-7 million dollars the first 6 years, but reached 8-22 million dollars the last three years. This status report also documents the mandate for this clinical research infrastructure program to compete successfully for mainstream funding status by 2010.
Sponsor: P20 RR011091-10/RR/NCRR NIH HHS/United States
P20 RR11091/RR/NCRR NIH HHS/United States
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10524/53462
ISSN: 0017-8594
Appears in Collections:Hawaii Medical Journal Articles For 2005



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