We are recruiting for our new project: EPI Aware!
Click Here to take our EPI-AWARE questionnaire!
- Phase I will involve completing an online consent form and a questionnaire assessing early life and adult exposure to psychosocial stressors, health, reproduction, and family history of disease, including T2DM.
- Phase II (optional) will involve collecting blood samples and body size measurements at the General Clinical Research Unit of the Medical School.
- Phase III (optional) will involve completing a second follow-up questionnaire six months after completing the first questionnaire.
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What is AWARE ?
AWARE grew out of stories we heard from Asian-American young women – diverse individuals who are traversing two worlds (the mainstream American culture and their parents’ culture) while navigating the challenges of young adulthood. Despite the adversities, many of them have faced and their ongoing struggles, they are a group of vibrant, complex individuals with significant strengths. Our work is dedicated to the women we’ve interviewed, as well as all Asian-American young women, with the hope that they will grasp their inherent worth and beauty, as well as grow in resilience and empowerment.
AWARE in College
Testimony from participants
Through AWARE, my eyes and heart are opened.
Through AWARE, I can understand my parents better.
With AWARE, I hope to build a stronger family.
Through AWARE, I hope to become a happy person.
Because of AWARE, I know that I am not useless.
Because of AWARE, I know that I deserve love.
AWARE in High School
AWARE has been implemented in Princeton High School for Asian American boys and girls.
Students on a field trip in NYC.
“I didn’t remember what I did in class that day, but I remember every single AWARE lesson plan. Learning happens outside the classroom”
“It doesn’t matter ‘how’ Asian you are, but I learned that no matter how much or little Asian you are, AWARE helped with identity formation and how the Asian side of my family played a role in who I am, shaping my experience.”
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