The Office of Minority Health and Health Equity (OMHHE) Research and Collaboration Program works with external partners to support research studies about minority health and health disparities. Research under this program provide insight into the scientific basis for individual therapies. Studies also provide future directions for research and aid regulatory decision-making.
|Project||Awarded To||Fiscal Year||Funding Mechanism||Status|
|Beyond Clinical Trials: Investments in Real world Evidence and Artificial intelligence for Studying the Safety of DOACs among Veterans||US Department of Veterans Affairs||2020||IAA||On Going|
|Characterizing Population-Specific Clinical Asthma Profiles||University of California, San Francisco-Stanford University||2020||CERSI||On Going|
|Usability Testing of Virtual Reality for Pain Management Among Diverse Patients||University of California, San Francisco-Stanford University||2020||CERSI||On Going|
|Social Listening for Patient Perspectives on Chronic Pain||Inspire||2019||
|Safer Medication Use for Children with Chronic Illness||University of California, San Francisco-Stanford University||2017||CERSI||Complete|
*Chart information presented from 2017