Promotes health and human services for the underserved people of Washington, primarily through its membership, ensuring that all Washingtonians have access to primary health care, regardless of geographic location, nationality, income level or insurance status.
A twin registry is a database containing information about twins who are interested in participating in health and behavior-related research. Twin research is an extremely powerful tool for understanding how genes, behavior, and environment affect health and wellbeing.
A publicly available data archive containing measures of the physical, economic, demographic, and social environment at multiple levels of spatial scale (eg, census tract, ZIP code tabulation area, county). Each NaNDA dataset covers all or most of the entire nation (including both rural and urban areas) and represents a set of measures on a single topic of interest, including socioeconomic disadvantage, healthcare, housing, partisanship, and public transit, with temporal coverage dating back to 2000.
The institutional repository for Washington State University--a space designed to preserve and share scholarship produced at this institution. All faculty members, staff, students, and affiliates of the university are invited to share their research here in any digital format, including articles, book chapters, working papers, technical reports, conference presentations, small datasets, images, media, and more.