Alaska Native Epidemiology Center (ANEC)
ANEC is part of ANTHC’s Division of Community Health Services and one of twelve Tribal Epidemiology Centers established by the Indian Health Service. We assist the National IHS Epidemiology Program in improving the health of Alaska Natives and American Indians. We have four core objectives: Data Sharing; Technical Assistance; Disease Prevention; and Surveillance.
To contribute to the wellness of Alaska Native people by monitoring and reporting on health data, providing technical assistance and supporting initiatives that promote health.
Our Programs & Projects:
We engage in a wide array of programs and projects within our core objectives. Our stakeholders include Tribal Health Organizations, the Tribal Health System, other national epidemiology centers, State and Federal agencies, and more.
Public Health Epidemiology Careers Podcast
Alaska Native Epidemiology Center
Director: Ellen Provost, DO, MPH, MS
Phone: (907) 729-4567
ANEC Success StoriesPartnership with Dr. Charlotte Huntley
Healthy Alaskans 2030
Wellness Strategies for Health
Alaska Native Injury Atlas
Play Every Day
Alaska Native Tumor Registry
Cost Principles for Federal Grants Training
Crystal Bruns, Associate Health Statistician
12 Tribal Epidemiology Centers