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Curtis Center research consultant and pilot grant reviewer, Jorge Delva, included in the 2015 class of six researchers from U-M and six Lansing policymakers together to learn from a broad range of health policy leaders and subject matter experts, and to learn from each other.
The Curtis Center’s Mission is to eliminate mental health and health care access disparities with the aim of helping underserved populations live longer, healthier, and more productive lives.
The Curtis Center collaborates with faculty, university-community partners and students to create social change through research and evaluation excellence.
The Center provides:
The program evaluation group, faculty support services, and postdoctoral training program work together toward a common aim: to make meaningful discoveries that improve the lives of people in need.
I invite you to collaborate with the Curtis Center to create social change through research and evaluation excellence.
Joseph A. Himle
Director, The Vivian A. and James L. Curtis School of Social Work Research and Training Center, Associate Professor of Social Work and Psychiatry, Medical School