The Brown University Center for Primary Care and Prevention (CPCP) was established in 1997 with the mission to improve the health of individuals and communities by promoting research, enriching knowledge, and improving practice in primary care and prevention. The Center is home to an interdisciplinary team of scientists and clinical investigators each of whom has an interest in improving the delivery and practice of primary care and prevention broadly defined. The CPCP research focus is on clinical science and population science, specifically chronic disease etiology, management and prevention, community studies, and translational research. This agenda is well aligned with the NIH roadmap for Translational research.
Eaton, Charles BDirector of Primary Care and Prevention