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The HMORN-OAIC AGING Initiative is seeking proposals for one-year pilot project projects that address the impact of multiple chronic conditions. The pilot program is designed to facilitate collaborations between HMORN and OAIC investigators, particularly early-stage investigators.
The HMORN welcomes Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI) Institute for Research and Innovation (CIRI) as a new associate member on January 1, 2015. CIRI connects CHI's research centers for clinical research, translational research, and health care innovation.
Groups may request project and working meeting space by December 29, 2014 using our online form. Reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Don’t delay!
The HMORN brings together the research departments of some of the nation's best and most innovative health care systems. Collectively, the HMORN represents over 1,400 scientists and research staff with methodological and content expertise from an array of disciplines including epidemiology, economics, disparities, outcomes and quality assessment, trials, genomics, and more.