CDC Launches a Searchable Database of PRC Research Projects

The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s Prevention Research Centers (PRC) Program has launched a searchable database of PRC research projects. Descriptions of PRC research projects are now available through a database on the PRC Web site. Search the PRCs’ core, special interest, and associated research projects by selecting search criteria.

The prevention researchers collaborate with communities to develop and conduct research of benefit to the research participants and often to a broad community as well. Differences in administrative and funding mechanisms create different project types, but all the research concerns the prevention and control of chronic diseases and a wide range of additional public health issues.

Search the database HERE.

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