The Life Course Intervention Research Network (LCIRN) supports researchers to identify opportunities for developing, implementing, and evaluating new approaches to interventions that can create disruptive and transformational change.
With its National Coordinating Center based at the UCLA Center for Healthier Children, Families & Communities, this collaborative research network helps children thrive and achieve optimal health development in increasingly challenging and rapidly-changing ecosystems.
LCIRN Scholars Saltanat Childress and Keisha Wint will be presenting their work at the 14th INRICH Workshop, June 1st and 2nd, 2023 in Paris, France.
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The LCIRN is comprised of nine Network Nodes – or areas of focus. Each node is comprised of members from institutions from across the country. Interested in joining a node? Click here.