Transdisciplinary Homelessness Research: Measure H and Beyond

This one week residency by visiting speaker Prof. Dennis Culhane of the University of Pennsylvania is designed to galvanize transdisciplinary research and training in response to the homelessness crisis. In Los Angeles County, more than $1 billion in annual expenditures fund strategies to combat the homelessness and housing crisis. This is a critical moment for the UCLA research community to support policymakers with rigorous research to inform and evaluate these massive investments, including Measures H and HHH, while fulfilling our commitment to the public good.

UCLA Blum Center Spring Symposium

Support for the Second Annual UCLA Blum Center Spring Symposium, which aims to: seek and facilitate collaborations among university schools, departments, centers and other entities by inviting their experts to offer multi-disciplinary perspectives in creating responses to improve health services and outcomes among Latin American populations, and; deliver the scientific program to the target audience representing faculty, researchers, students, health care professionals and community members working to improve health among Latin American populations.

Innovative Use of Technology for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care

Support for a one-day conference, "Innovative Use of Technology for HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care: Evidence, Challenges, and the Way Forward," to bring together faculty, students, outside experts, representatives of technology companies, public policy makers and members of the HIV/AIDS community to share research findings and real-world application of social media and web-based and mobile technologies for HIV prevention and care.

Addressing Latino Health Inequity through Art, Policy and Science

A three-part symposia series co-sponsored by the UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center, the UCLA Blum Center on Poverty and Health in Latin America, and the UCLA Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Equity.The series will examine critical issues affecting the health of Latinos in the United States and foster discussions that encourage collective and strategic thinking in ways to effectively address health inequities.