Welcome to the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (CHPDP). As a transdisciplinary team of faculty, students, and staff, we conduct translational research, training, and outreach activities in close partnership with communities with the goal of improving health and preventing disease in vulnerable populations across the lifespan.

The CHPDP is housed in ASU’s College of Nursing & Health Innovation on the Downtown Phoenix Campus. Established in 2015, the center is guided by many of the design aspirations of the New American University including the fusion of intellectual disciplines in order to conduct use-inspired research that is embedded within communities through mutually beneficial collaborations.   


Featured Article

NIH Primary and Secondary Prevention Research in Humans During 2012-2017

This paper provides the first detailed analysis of the NIH prevention research portfolio for primary and secondary prevention research in humans and related methods research To access this article, please click here

We encourage you to visit the National Institues of Health Office of Disease Prevention website HERE!


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The Writing Centers in University Academic Success Programs (UASP) at ASU are offering three summer graduate writing camps


Anne Justice is an assistant professor at Center for Biomedical and Translation Informatics, Geisinger.


Dr. Kelly Cue Davis from the ASU Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention and Dr.


Lourdes Estrada, a junior in ASU’s Human Nutrition program working in the Center for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, has been accepted to the NIH/NIDDK-sponsored Short-Term Research Experi