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Last updated: 12/6/2017
Ms jan J vasquez
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Pathways to American Indian & Alaska Native Wellness
Research Director
1070 Arastradero RD
Palo Alto
94304  United States
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408 8584457 (Phone)
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  MPH - Master of Public Health
Personal Information
palo Alto
94304  United States
408 8584457 (Phone)
408 8584457 (Mobile)
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  Diabetes, Epidemiology, Evaluation, Health Equity, Healthy Aging, Nutrition and Physical Activity, Obesity
  Indigenous Research
Community Based Participatory Research
Diabetes Prevention
- Pathways to American Indian and Alaska Native Wellness is a partnership of the American Indian Community Action Board of Santa Clara County (SCC), Stanford Prevention Research Center, The Timpany Center, San Jose State University Research Foundation, Palo Alto Medical Foundation Research Institute and Stanford University Office of Community Health. As a partnership, we value meaningful community engagement, primary prevention and wellness, and rigorous research methodology. We are committed to the sustainability of Health and Wellness Programs for American Indians and Alaska Natives in SCC with a focus on addressing the impact of historical and intergenerational trauma.
MPH Specializing in American Indian Public HealthCommunity-Based Participatory Research and Indigenous Research Paradigm Methodology

- 2015-Promoting Healthful Activity Levels among American Indian Alaskan Native Adolescents

- 2014- 2017-Co-Investigator- Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) - A Patient-Centered Strategy for Improving Diabetes Prevention in Urban American Indians
- 2014- Co-Investigator- Spectrum Innovation Accelerator Seed Grant to address Historical and Intergenerational Trauma to Prevent Diabetes among American Indians/Alaska Natives
- 2013- Co-founder /facilitator -Historical Trauma Action Project (HTAP)
2012- Co-founder /facilitator -American Indian Community Action Board (AiCAB)

- 2011- 2012 - Co-Director- CTSA Community Engagement Seed Grant –Stanford OCH
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National Recognitions:
- 2014 Stanford University
OCH/Outstanding Community Partner Award
- 2013 National Indian Health Board
Regional Impact Award
- 2013 Assoc. of American Indian Physician
Scientific Poster Award
- 2011 Urban Indian Health Institute
Leadership in Data Use Award
- 2011 Amer.Public Health Association
Archstone FoundationAward (hon.mention)
- 2010 Center for Disease Control
Frank Vinicor Award of Excellence
- 2009 American Diabetes Association
Voices for Change Award
- 2009 National Indian Health Board -
Local Impact Award
- 2008 YMCA
Activate America Award

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