Cancer Clinical Trial Education for Primary Care Providers serving Asian American Communities

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Dr. Grace Ma was honored for her community-based research in Temple Basketball Game

Grace X. Ma, PhD, professor, Department of Public Health and director of Center for Asian Health, was honored with the Faculty of the Game award at the Jan. 12th, 2013 Temple University Men’s basketball game. (Read More)

Grace X. Ma, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Public Health
Director of Center for Asian Health
College of Health Professions, Temple University, USA
NIH-NCI, PI of Asian Community Cancer Health Disparities Center
Visiting Professor, School of Public Health, Southeast U., China
Honorable Professor, School of Public Health, Sichuan U., China

Target Asian Populations

Chinese

Korean

Vietnamese

Cambodian

other underserved Asian Subgroups

Operational Sites

Headquarters, Philadelphia

New York City Office

China, SEU and SiChuan Uni.

Program Cores

Network Partnership Building

Community Health Programs

Cancer/Health Interventions

Training Programs

Health Disparities Research

Research Dissemination

Geographic Areas

New York City

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Delaware DC/Maryland areas

China

Philadelphia Healthy Chinese Take-out Initiative

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Center for Asian Health is part of Temple University's College of Health Professions. Established in 2000, the Center is one of the first in the nation dedicated to reducing cancer and other health disparities among Asian Americans. The Center's mission is to raise the physical, mental and social health of Asian Americans to the highest possible level through community-based participatory outreach and health education, research, training, dissemination and facilitating the provision of culturally and linguistically appropriate comprehensive health services. These programs provide a cultural bridge for the underserved, uninsured and low-income individuals with limited English proficiency.