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MCH Pipeline

Promotes the development of a culturally diverse and representative health care workforce by recruiting, training, and retaining students from under-represented minorities into maternal and child public health professions.

Program Description: Download Program Factsheet (PDF 300KB)

Project Officer(s): Madhavi Reddy, MSPH

Funded Projects:

  1. Alabama State University
    Grant Title: ASU Maternal and Child Health Pipeline Training Program
    Location: Montgomery, AL
    Region: 4

  2. Baylor College of Medicine
    Grant Title: MCH Student Training for Academic Readiness and Success (MCH STARS)
    Location: Houston, TX
    Region: 6

  3. Kennedy Krieger Institute
    Grant Title: Maternal and Child Health-Leadership Education, Advocacy, and Research Network (MCH-LEARN)
    Location: Baltimore, MD
    Region: 3

  4. UCLA School of Public Health
    Grant Title: Pathways for Students into Health Professions
    Location: Los Angeles, CA
    Region: 9

  5. University of South Florida
    Grant Title: University of South Florida MCH Pipeline Training Program
    Location: Tampa, FL
    Region: 4

  6. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    Grant Title: UW-Milwaukee MCH Interdisciplinary/Interprofessional Pipeline Training Program
    Location: Milwaukee, WI
    Region: 5

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