The goals of the SDSU HealthLINK Center for Transdisciplinary Health Disparities Research are to bring a behavioral-, clinical- and population-focus to the work funded under the RCMI program, as well as foster innovations in relevant, sustainable, and translatable approaches for conducting partner-engaged research to address health disparities.
|Project / Principal Investigator / Organization||Admin IC||Funding IC||FY Total Costs By IC||Fiscal Year|
|AYALA, GUADALUPE X | SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY||NIMHD||NIMHD||3828873$3,828,873||2022|
|AYALA, GUADALUPE X | SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY||NIMHD||NIMHD||595634$595,634||2022|
San Diego State University, SDSU Imperial Valley and El Centro Regional Medical Center (ECRMC) have received a $5 million cooperative agreement award from an arm of… Continue Reading
Three faculty members at SDSU’s School of Public Health have each received a $50,000 pilot project award under the SDSU HealthLINK Center.
When Jennifer Waters was looking for a graduate school, at the top of her wish list was a faculty mentor who would fully invest in her research… Continue Reading