Our current community-based projects

Learn more about the community-based projects being facilitated by the Community Engagement and Research Program:


AIM-AHEAD (Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Consortium to Advance Health Equity and Researcher Diversity), promotes community engagement around AI/ML awareness in underserved settings, and knowledge among community health stakeholders.


i-DIVERSE (Integrated Community Engaged, mHealth, and Data Science to Enhance Clinical Trial Diversity and Cardiometabolic Health) addresses disparities in clinical research in multiple diverse populations.


STOP COVID-19 CA (Share, Trust, Organize, Partner: The COVID-19 California Alliance) is a statewide collaborative that partners with local community organizations to build community capacity, conduct research, create accessible training materials, develop policy recommendations for improving information and reducing misinformation, and increasing diversity and accessibility of vaccine clinical trials, and vaccination.

UC END Disparities

UC END Disparities (UCLA-UCI Center for Eliminating Cardiometabolic Disparities in Multi-Ethnic Populations) focuses on addressing inequities to prevent the development of cardiometabolic disease that disproportionately affect low-income and minority groups with the support of community partners.

View past community-based projects that CTSI has helped facilitate.

See past projects