Engagement in Longevity and Medicine (ELM) Research Collaborative
at a glance
Engagement in Longevity and Medicine (ELM) is a research collaborative, developed by New York University (NYU) Langone Health, which aims to strengthen and advance engagement and recruitment in aging research.
ELM was established to educate older adults on health and medical advancements, particularly of racial and ethnic minorities, who are underrepresented in clinical research. This absence of diversity in aging research makes it difficult to obtain results that are meaningful to the broadly diverse older adult community or to design innovative treatments for newly emerging and chronic conditions.
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The Aging in New York Fund, in partnership with several CBOs, is charged with the responsibility for creating new and innovative ways to connect with LatinX and other black and brown older adults to educate and encourage them to participate in clinical trials. The results of this NIH/NIA funded study will be shared across the country with the goal of implementing the best practice models of outreach and engagement created by the Fund and other members of the collaborative.
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