To improve the health of individuals and communities, locally, nationally, and internationally, by addressing health inequities through interdisciplinary policy-relevant evaluative and intervention-based research.
Research and Grants
“Evidence-based solutions for global health promotions & disease prevention”
CHPIR strives to serve Duke University as a coordinating unit for health policy research and dissemination, in addition to aiding in Duke’s educational outreach. The center has accumulated over 20 years experience in working with both governmental and foundation grants.
The Center for Health Policy & Inequalities Research is an instigator and facilitator of a broad range of health policy and health disparities research that address policy relevant issues. Activities focus on population based health research, health systems research, and intervention and evaluation research. The Center for Health Policy and Inequalities Research (CHPIR) fosters an interdisciplinary collaborative investigative environment that also seeks to educate Duke students by providing experiences in working with our research teams and through individual mentorship.
CHPIR is part of the Duke Global Health Institute.