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U of M School of Public Health Health Survey Research Center

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A University-wide facility at the University of Minnesota, the Health Survey Research Center (HSRC) is a service provider within the School of Public Health located on the campus in Minneapolis. HSRC’s mission is to provide high quality, professional, and tailored support services to health research investigators and the larger community. HSRC provides a wide range of research support for faculty, students, administrators, federal, state, and local government agencies, external universities, not-for-profit organizations and others.


HSRC’s goal is to promote, enhance, and facilitate health related research. As a land-grant university, the University of Minnesota’s mission is teaching, research, and service. HSRC supports these goals and is organized to provide high quality survey research services to members of the University and the larger community.

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