GSU gets $6.7M to Study Minority Health

September 22, 2010  |  

(Atlanta Business Chronicle) — The National Institutes of Health has given Georgia State University a five-year, $6.7 million grant to start a new Center for Excellence in Health Disparities Research.

The center will investigate health disparity issues among Atlanta’s minorities and will include researchers from public health, social work, the Center for Healthy Development and criminal justice in the college, and faculty from the departments of African-American studies, sociology, and psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences.

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