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Program Coordinator

Alice Bradley, MA

Alice is the Program Coordinator for the Maximizing Access to Research Careers, Undergraduate Student Training in Academic Research (MARC U-STAR) Program (1T34GM096958-01A1, Allen, Flores) as well as the Research Collaborations Coordinator for the Latino Research and Policy Center (LRPC) of the Colorado School of Public Health, University of Colorado Denver. Ms. Bradley has a long-standing commitment to addressing health disparities and holds extensive experience in cross-cultural student mentoring, promoting diversity, building cultural competence and establishing partnerships with organizations to reach diverse communities with information and resources to improve health. She has extensive experience in health communication and education among diverse, underserved populations. Since coming to CU Denver in 2008, Ms. Bradley has worked to support students in advancing through all levels of higher education to pursue careers in science, medicine and public health. Most notably, she served as the Pipeline Training Coordinator for the LRPC’s Colorado Latino Community Network Program (NCI Grant #5U01CA114604-4, Espinoza); Program Advisor to the CU Denver Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity (Flores) more commonly known as the LABCOATS program and the AMC Liaison to the CSU Pueblo Bridges to Baccalaureate Program (Martinez).  Ms. Bradley is highly committed to the advancement of students from underserved populations. She views diversity as a facilitator and measure of excellence in the academia and the research workforce.

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