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¬°Bienvenidos! Welcome to the Latino Center for Health

The first research center in Washington with a singular focus on advancing Latino health


The Latino Center for Health provides leadership for community-engaged research through capacity building and authentic partnerships with community stakeholders to promote impactful improvements in the health and well-being of Latinx communities in Washington state, regionally, and nationally.



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NEWS ITEMS:

photo: 33 Faculty Members Honored at 2019 UW Latinx Faculty Recognition Event

33 Faculty Members Honored at 2019 UW Latinx Faculty Recognition Event

The Latino Center for Health is hosting the 3rd Annual Latinx Faculty Recognition Event on May 2nd, honoring 33 UW faculty members across the tri-campuses for their scholarly achievements and contributions.   read more...

photo: Students and LCH staff get together at Student Connecting Event

Students and LCH staff get together at Student Connecting Event

Graduate students across the Health Sciences gathered last Wednesday, April 17th at the Petersen room in Allen library over lunch to discuss ways in which the Center can be a source of support for them as students interested in Latinx health.   read more...

photo: Latino Center for Health Travel Award Recipients Present at SBM 2019

Latino Center for Health Travel Award Recipients Present at SBM 2019

MPH students Cathea Carey and Francisco Rios-Casas, recipients of the 2018 Latino Center for Health Student Travel Awards, presented their research at the 2019 Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM) Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. on March 6-9th. Cathea and Francisco used this opportunity to prepare for their theses presentations, expand their professional networks, and amplify the voices of underserved Latinx communities.   read more...