Collaboration is essential for developing community-driven research and effective solutions that advance community health and health equity.  To amplify community voice, our Center for Community Health Partnership & Research brings community partners and academic institutions together.

The Center for Community Health Partnership & Research is supported by Washington University’s Institute of Clinical and Translational Sciences and the Institute for Public Health.

Our mission

By fostering community-academic partnerships, communication and research in the region, we work to reduce disparities and improve health and wellness.

How we work

We connect communities and academics to build and sustain partnerships that advance health.

We are a resource for research teams and community partners interested in community-engaged research, partnerships and health initiatives.

We facilitate community participation in all stages of research.

We solicit community input on research and the implementation of initiatives that reduce health disparities and advance health.

We provide education and training on community-engaged research and collaboration.

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Our Team

Meaghan Bailey, MPH

Meaghan Bailey, MPH

Assistant Director, Center for Community Health Partnership and Research

Hilary Broughton, MSW

Hilary Broughton, MSW

Assistant Director, Center for Community Health Partnership & Research

Angela L. Brown, MD

Angela L. Brown, MD

Co-Director, Center for Community Health Partnership and Research

Brett Maricque, PhD

Brett Maricque, PhD

Co-Director, Center for Community Health Partnership and Research

Assistant Professor of Genetics, McDonnell Genome Institute, School of Medicine

Anne Trolard, MPH

Anne Trolard, MPH

Assistant Director, Center for Community Health Partnership & Research and Staff Scientist, Center for Dissemination & Implementation

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