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Welcome to the Center for Alaska Native Health Research. We embrace a collaborative research model while working with Alaska Native communities, organizations and individuals. At every stage of CANHR research, faculty and staff work with tribal groups and health care agencies to frame research questions, develop methodologies and procedures, and to interpret and apply data to prevention and treatment.
CANHR Announces Grand Opening of Clinical Research Facility
In 2010, UAF received an NIH ARRA award to renovate space in the Arctic Health Research Building on the UAF campus to create CANHR's clinical research facility. Completed in 2012, it is home to metabolic, physical activity and phlebotomy labs, a nutrition research suite, and a telehealth research room. Please join us on Friday, May 10, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. for our Grand Opening and a tour of CANHR's Clinical Research Facility.
The CANHR clinic is in the Arctic Health Research Building, Room 105, which is located on campus at 901 North Koyukuk Drive.
For more information, please contact Michelle Dondanville at 907-474-6230 or email@example.com.