The Department of Public Health Sciences (PHS) has funds to support a limited number of Pilot Projects. The overall goal of the pilots is to stimulate new interdepartmental collaborations with PHS faculty, and should have a substantial component of or potential impact on population health. (Next application coming in 2018)
PHS FUNDING OPPORTUNITY
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- Rochester will create a new coordinating center for the Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program with funding from the National Institutes of Health. The new Center for Leading Innovation and Collaboration will coordinate over 50 of the nation’s top biomedical research institutes, including the University’s own Clinical and Translational Science Institute. Read more…
Medical Center to Lead State-Funded Breastfeeding Initiative
The Medical Center is embarking on a five-year initiative to encourage more mothers in high-need areas of Monroe County to breastfeed exclusively at the beginning of a child’s life. Read more…
Yue Li, PhD, Professor of Public Health Sciences and Editor in Chief for Health Services and Outcomes Research Methodology (HSORM), was recently interviewed by CNBC and by Reuters Health for a recent study he and his colleagues published in the 2017 July issue of Health Affairs. This study examined racial disparity in hospital readmissions among Medicare Advantage and traditional Medicare beneficiaries undergoing one of several surgical procedures.
Link to the Reuters Health report: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-medicare-blacks-idUSKBN19L2QO