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CANHR awarded $5.3 million grant to continue work

Fairbanks, Alaska—The University of Alaska Fairbanks has been awarded $5.3 million to continue the work of the Center for Alaska Native Health Research.
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Alaska Native health center research focuses on building relationships

We want to provide meaningful information to the people who take part in our studies at the Center for Alaska Native Health Research.
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CANHR to provide health columns to local newspaper

The Center, its researchers and projects will be featured in Fairbanks Daily News-Miner's Health page.
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CANHR undergraduate earns recognition for suicide study

Chris DeCou, an undergraduate student of Monica Skewes, was awarded the Jens Peder Hart Hansen Fellow at the recent International Congress of Circumpolar Health.
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CANHR researchers and colleagues part of international health conference

CANHR provided 28 presentations or posters to 500 health researchers, physicians and policymakers from around the world who gathered at the University of Alaska Fairbanks Aug. 5-10 for the 15th triennial International Congress on Circumpolar Health.
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CANHR to host free salmon lunch taste test

Jazlyn Herron has a discerning palate.
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Study to look at Native researchers

CANHR investigator Stacy Rasmus is joining Olga Ulturgasheva, a research fellow at the University of Cambridge, in a study that explores their experiences as indigenous researchers in indigenous communities.Both women work with Native youth in the Arctic.
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CANHR researcher to look at Alaska Native college students alcohol treatment attitudes

Lots of research has been done with U.S. college students who drink. That research has yielded many relevant education and treatment programs for students who want to drink less or quit altogether.
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Relay for Life a success for CANHR researcher and team

CANHR’s Ellen Lopez reports that Hopeful Connections, the team she and Freda Williams of Fairbanks Native Association hosted, had a great time at the Relay for Life this past weeked.
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UAF showcases new Kuskokwim Campus CANHR research facility

A little construction debris didn't interfer with the successful ribbon cutting ceremony for CANHR's new clinical research suite in Bethel. For more of the story, click here for KYUK's radio radio report.
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