The Consortium for Families and Health Research (C-FAHR) was formed in Spring 2014, after a core group of interdisciplinary faculty received a competitive grant to develop a 'transformative cluster hire' that builds on the existing strengths of current University of Utah faculty and expands the potential for interdisciplinary collaboration among scholars conducting cutting-edge research related to health and families across the lifespan.
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Ongoing through 1/1/19
Utah Women in Medicine Exhibit
Main Level, Eccles Health Sciences Library
1:30am - 2:30am
MS Thesis Defense: Taylor A. Ogden
Rio Tinto Kennecott Mechanical Engineering Building
C-FAHR welcomes researchers across the University of Utah who desire to collaborate on research projects concerning families and health across the lifespan. Potential members may be tenure-line faculty, clinical researchers, career-line faculty, and graduate students whose research interests align with C-FAHR's purpose and scope.