Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research
Founded in 1964, the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research (CHR) is focused on advancing knowledge to improve health. With 41 investigators, 243 staff members, and annual revenues of nearly $45 million, we pursue a vigorous agenda of public health research within large, diverse populations. Most of our funding comes from federal grants and contracts. We also receive support from Kaiser Permanente’s Community Benefit Initiative, private foundations, and industry.
medical research, health research, health services & economics, cancer, cardiovascular disease, comparative effectiveness research, diabetes, evidence-based medicine & policy, learning health system, genetics & genomics, health disparities, health information technology, mental health, obesity, oral health, substance abuse & tobacco control, wellness & behavior change, women's health