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Kent Key
Dr. Kent Key is a Health Disparities Researcher specializing in Community Engaged Research approaches in the Division of Public Health in the College of Human Medicine, Michigan State University. Dr. Key has an extensive background in community engaged research that spans over the past eighteen years in the city of Flint. His research interests include: racial and ethnic health disparities; careers to public health, medicine, and research for urban minority youth; family health histories; and health equity. As a scholar-practitioner bridging both academia and community together to create equitable collaborative relationships in research, Dr. Key has worked on national, regional, and local levels. Dr. Key has served in an intermediary role helping to translate the resources of government, research partnerships, and foundations into practical support for communities engaged in research. 
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