The Prevention Research Center of Michigan (PRC-MI)

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Project Details

The PRC-MI is one of twenty-six CDC-funded Prevention Research Centers across the country. The University of Michigan has received funding to host a center since 1994, and it has demonstrated expertise in applied research and sustained academic-community partnerships. Core research projects of the PRC-MI include:

Based at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, the PRC-MI is part of the Prevention Research Collaborative which includes the Michigan Youth Violence Prevention Center, the National Center for School Safety, Youth Empowerment Solutions, and other projects.

Center Community Advisory Board (CAB)

The PRC-MI is guided by a Community Advisory Board (CAB) which includes organizations from the Flint and Genesee County community, led by the Healthy Flint Research Coordinating Center Community Core.

Our board members are: