New Pilot Projects Awarded

CHAAMPS announces the selected 2017 pilot research projects

The addition of these projects brings the total research portfolio to 19 research projects.

 

The 2017 projects will be lead by:

Principal Investigator, Sayeed Ikramuddin, MD, Professor, University of Minnesota

Bariatric Surgery in African American Males

 

Principal Investigator, Sylvie Mrug, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Reducing violence among high risk African American men through individual support

 

Principal Investigator, Motohiro Nakajima, PhD, Research Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota

Attitudes, Perceptions and Psychosocial Determinants of Cancer Screening among East African Communities

 

Principal Investigator, Olihe Okoro, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Minnesota Duluth

Leveraging the family influence of women in a community-based health intervention

 

Principal Investigator, Ye-Mei Schoenberger, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Improving the Health of African American Men in a Southeastern Community