Center for Global Health Equity
The Center for Global Health Equity addresses global health disparities with an interdisciplinary focus and facilitates technical assistance, particularly in the areas of monitoring and evaluation. Building of infrastructure and health systems to improve health outcomes in resource-limited regions is approached through collaboration with the national governments of several countries to implement local capacity building in these areas.
Mary Amelia Douglas-Whited Community Women's Health Education Center
The Mary Amelia Center Douglas-Whited Community Women’s Health Education Center seeks to reduce inequities in women’s health and to enhance health and well-being through community building for health, interdisciplinary research (health promotion and determinants research), advocacy, and leadership development.
The Prevention Research Center
The mission of the Tulane Prevention Research Center (PRC) is to reduce or prevent overweight and obesity in the Greater New Orleans Area by addressing the physical and social environmental factors influencing physical activity and diet. The Tulane PRC's mission is accomplished through research; collaboration with community partners and policy makers; communication about environmental factors related to physical activity and diet with public health practitioners, policy makers, and community partners; and training of public health professionals, paraprofessionals, and community members.