By UC CTSA Campuses

In September 2020, UC Biomedical Research Acceleration, Innovation and Development (UC BRAID) launched the Addressing Health Equity in COVID Research initiative which provided $100K in support to each of the 5 UC Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) campuses to enhance existing research projects and enable increased inclusion. The initiative was a mechanism to immediately provide support to existing project (e.g. clinical trials, social/behavioral, and community engagement research) and address the intersecting challenges of COVID-19 and health disparity.

Date: October 14, 2021   |  California

UC BRAID Funding for COVID-19 Health Equity Projects


Davis CTSC program addressing food insecurity in Sacramento communities hard-hit by COVID-19

Date: May 21, 2021  |  Sacramento

By Mirage.News

Recently, the UC Davis Clinical and Translational Science Center (CTSC) designed and funded Food for All, a grocery distribution program focused on addressing COVID-19-aggravated food insecurity among Asian communities in South Sacramento. The project also promoted accessibility to COVID-19 testing and vaccination, especially for the elderly.