The Léa-Roback Research Center on Social Inequalities
in Health of Montréal
The Léa-Roback Research Center brings together 26 researchers
from diverse disciplines and with different perspectives, who have
access to the Centre's infrastructures, where they can combine their
work so as to answer four broad questions:
- How do social inequalities become health inequalities?
- How can we reduce social health inequalities?
- How can we diminish the impact of social inequalities on health?
- How can we reduce the impact of health problems on rising social
The Centre is funded by the Institute of Population and Public Health,
as part of a strategic initiative of the Canadian Institutes of Health
Research to create research development centres.
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