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Asian Americans and Workplace racial equity

Who is doing the survey? The Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University

This study aims to document and shed light on the rich and diverse racial experiences of Asian employees to foster understanding and support for the Asian community.

Seeking U.S. based workers of Asian ancestry, including East Asians, South Asians, and Southeast Asians. Professionals can be across industries, occupations, and all experience levels and rank.

To sign up or learn more, contact Dr. Sora Jun at

AANHPI in Clinical & Caregiving Research

Who is doing the survey? Funded by the National Institute on Aging of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number R24AG063718

Currently, Asian Americans, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders (AANHPI) are among the least represented groups in scientific research.

Join the CARE registry to give AANHPI communities a voice in health research ranging from aging to caregiving across the lifespan.

Learn more or enroll in the CARE Registry (

Asian American Health

Who is doing the survey? New York University – Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development

Online questionnaire about racial encounters, stress, trauma, and mental health

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South Asian Health

Who is doing the study? Our Health, a nonprofit research initiative

South Asians are disproportionately affected by heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. There has been few studies on why South Asians are at higher risk. OurHealth was founded by cardiologists and genetic researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital and the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard who are dedicated to discovering the underlying genetic factors for cardiovascular disease risk in South Asian populations.

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Vietnamese American data

Who is doing the survey? Advancing Justice – Atlanta and conducted by University of South Carolina

Title of Study: Intergenerational Conflict Exploration Study

This online survey seeks to provide researchers a better understanding on how political opinion may impact intergenerational conflict and well-being within the Vietnamese American community.

Southeast Asian Data

Who is doing the study? University of Wisconsin-Madison

Title of Study: A Daily Diary Study of Culture and Connection Among Southeast Asian Americans

This study seeks to understand how experiences related to racial and ethnic cultural identity affect Southeast American’s sense of social connection for Asians of Cambodian, Hmong, Laos, and Vietnamese descent. The study is led by Zoua Lor, in the Department of Counseling Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has been reviewed by the Institutional Review Board.

Asian Health Data

Who is doing the study? Hofstra University

Title of Research: Asian-American Youth & Families– Elucidating Challenges to Care and Engagement in Support Services (ACCESS Study).

This study is being conducted by a team of researchers from the Department of Psychology at Hofstra University, New York and led by Dr. Amy Hyoeun Lee, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Hofstra University.