American Indian Health Research Conference
Thursday, October 20, 2016
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Alerus Center, Grand Forks
The annual American Indian Health Research Conference provides a daylong event with national speakers, researchers, students, and community members. This is an opportunity to learn about how to do research with American Indian communities, what research needs to be done in American Indian communities, for students to present their research with American Indians, and opportunities to partner between communities, tribal colleges, and researchers.
2016 Keynote Speaker
Michael J. Yellow Bird, PhD, is a Professor of Sociology and Director of the Tribal Indigenous Studies program at North Dakota State University. Dr. Yellow Bird is a citizen of the Three Affiliated Tribes, (Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara).
- North Dakota INBRE
- Center for Rural Health
- Seven Generations Center of Excellence in Native Behavioral Health
- UND Chapter of the Society of Indian Psychologists
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Most Recent Publications
- American Indian Health Research Conference
North Dakota Medicine, Volume 40, Issue 4. The annual AIHRC provides a forum for culturally appropriate research.Author(s): Massmann, N.
Date: December 2015
- Testimony to the Indian Health Services Appropriations
Dr. Gray provided testimony on behalf of the Friends of Indian Health to the subcommittee on interior, environment, and related agencies.Author(s): Gray, J.
Date: April 2014
Most Recent Presentations
- Seven Generations Center of Excellence in Native Behavioral Health (SGCoE)
Presented by Gray, J. on Oct 19, 2012 at the 10th Annual American Indian Health Research Conference, Grand Forks, North Dakota
- Developing Undergraduate Research Capacity in Tribal Colleges
Presented by Gray, J. & McDonald, R. on Apr 19, 2008 at the American Indian Health Research Conference, Grand Forks, ND