Jacksonville Aging Studies Center (JAX-ASCENT)

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Funding support was provided by the Jacksonville Aging Studies Center (JAX-ASCENT) Junior Scholar Program to Dr. Erin Mobley to create the Precision Cancer Survivorship Cohort. Funding for the JAX-ASCENT Junior Scholar Program is provided by the National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Aging internal career development award at the University of Florida College of Medicine Jacksonville, JAX-ASCENT Junior Scholar Award (grant number 5R33AG056540).


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The Precision study is a collaborative effort with the OneFlorida+ Clinical Research Network. The OneFlorida+ Clinical Research Network unites researchers, clinicians, patients and stakeholders across Florida and in select Georgia and Alabama cities to address some of today’s biggest health challenges. The network’s 14 academic institutions and health systems provide care for about 16 million patients in the Southeast, creating a dynamic regional resource to facilitate health care research and improve health, health care and health policy.