Research and Policy

Improving Latino health through research and advocacy

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Centro SOL conducts research to contribute to the evidence base for improving Latino health, provides services for researchers interested in conducting research with Latino populations, and advocates for positive policy changes to improve health and opportunities for Latinos.



Centro SOL uses a bottom-up approach to research, with priorities driven by physicians providing direct clinical care to Latino patients, and the patients themselves. Research at Centro SOL covers many topics, from maternal and child health to infectious disease. Additionally, the Centro SOL Research Core provides research consultation services for investigators who are interested in conducting research with Latino populations.


Centro SOL works actively to create a partnership between leaders in healthcare administration, public health, and health policy with providers working with the Latino community in order to identify challenges that impact Latino health and make health policy recommendations to improve health equity for Latinos at the local, state, and national level.


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