| Center for Health and Community programs offer graduate degrees in social and behavioral sciences related to health as well as research training for post-doctoral scholars.
The Center also plays a leading role in developing innovative curricula for both pre-clinical and clinical years that will promote an understanding of the contributions of non-biological factors to health, disease, and recovery. Drawing on its strong and diverse faculty from various schools and departments, CHC provides both pre-and post-doctoral students with professional tools to deal with social, psychological and cultural issues in the clinical setting and prepares students to work in a complex socio-political professional environment that crosses traditional boundaries. Links
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