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Medical research can lead to lifesaving medical advances, but if the studies don't reflect the overall population, it can be hard to figure out whether the research applies to patients of both sexes and differing ages and ethnic groups. An initiative at Upstate aims to recruit more people of color into research studies, which have historically focused on white, middle-aged men, and to involve communities in what topics are studied. Explaining this new, broader approach are community research liaison Kathy Royal and Sharon Brangman, MD, the chair of geriatrics at Upstate and the director of the Upstate Center for Excellence for Alzheimer’s Disease.
Listen to the podcast - https://www.upstate.edu/informed/2022/053122-brangman-royal-podcast.php