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Jan 21

Fellow Thompson receives conference grant

Amanda Thompson received a conference grant from the NIH Fogarty International Center (through CRDF Global) for a meeting to be...
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Jan 21

Fellow Adair is investigator on new NIH/NICHD R01 grant awarded to FHI

Faculty Fellow Linda Adair will be an investigator on an new NIH/NICHD R01 grant awarded to FHI, Clinical trial with...
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Jan 21

Fellow Pearce receives grant from The Louisville Institute

Faculty Fellow Lisa Pearce received a grant from The Louisville Institute, entitled: Racism Rebuked and Reproduced in Church:  How American...
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Jan 21

New book published by Fellows Pearce and Elder

Faculty Fellows Lisa Pearce and Glen Elder have coauthored Living on the Edge: An American Generation's Journey through the 20th...
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Kathleen Mullan Harris

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Jan 21

Fellow Kathleen Mullan Harris named Visiting Scientist in RTI University Scholars Program

Fellow Kathleen Mullan Harris will be a Visiting Scientist in the 2020-21 RTI University Scholars Program. Craig Hill, PhD, Senior...
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Jan 21

Study finds no negative economic impact from Chilean food labeling and advertising law

New research from the Global Food Research Program at UNC-Chapel Hill finds that the food and beverage sector in Chile did not face significant job losses or wage decreases 18 months after implementation of its food labeling and advertising law.
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Jan 21

Faculty Fellow Whitney Robinson quoted in Governing Emergency Management

Faculty Fellow Whitney Robinson was quoted in Governing Emergency Management's recent piece on Stanford Medicine's vaccine algorithm.
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Jan 21

Focus Carolina: Penny Gordon-Larsen

Gordon-Larsen, a Faculty Fellow at CPC, leads the Obesity Creativity Hub, a diverse group of researchers from nutrition to behavioral health to data science who are working collaboratively to solve the challenge of obesity.
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Jan 21

A Snapshot of Reopening N.C. Schools for In-Person Learning

With funding from the North Carolina Policy Collaboratory, Powers, UNC epidemiologist and co-principal investigator Allison Aiello, and their team will conduct a two-part study to determine what policies and practices schools have developed to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and to gauge how teachers in those schools feel they are working.
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Jan 21

The latest COVID-19 science — easily understood through a new dashboard

The world has been living with the COVID-19 pandemic for nearly a year and we still have so many questions....
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