CORE’s population health work explores how health happens across populations, and opportunities to improve outcomes.
Differences in community conditions and experiences have been shown as massive drivers of health outcomes. Some populations experience significantly better, or worse, health depending on factors like where they live or the color of their skin.
CORE’s population health work looks upstream at all the factors that influence those outcomes, with a goal to develop solutions that help improve health for those facing barriers to good health and equity. We’re particularly interested in the complex relationships between these different factors – from individual, to environmental and policy – that contribute to health outcomes across populations.
- Genomic Medicine for Everyone (Geno4Me)
- Studying Disparities in Breast Cancer Screening
- CORE’s COVID-19 Agenda