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  1. MCH Workforce Development
  2. Funded Projects
  3. Strengthening the MCH Public Health Academic Pipeline

Strengthening the MCH Public Health Academic Pipeline

Supports post-graduate training to promote career pathways into MCH academia. Objectives include to: (1) develop and offer postdoctoral fellowships in MCH; (2) recruit diverse postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty committed to MCH research and practice, including individuals from underrepresented racial and ethnic backgrounds; (3) increase skills in MCH research, policy, and practice; and (4) provide mentorship to postdoctoral fellows and junior faculty in areas of teaching, curriculum development, and publications.

Project Officer(s):  Michelle Menser Tissue, MPH 

Funded Projects:

  1. Johns Hopkins University
    Grant Title: Strengthening the MCH Public Health Academic Pipeline
    Location: Baltimore, MD
    Region: 3

  2. Tulane University
    Grant Title: Strengthening the MCH Academic Pipeline: The Tulane MatCH Program
    Location: New Orleans, LA
    Region: 6

  3. University of Illinois at Chicago
    Grant Title: Academic Career Enhancement Program for Maternal and Child Health (ACE-MCH)
    Location: Chicago, IL
    Region: 5

  4. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    Grant Title: UNC Center of Excellence Maternal and Child Health Postdoctoral Program
    Location: Chapel Hill, NC
    Region: 4

  5. University of South Florida
    Grant Title: Strengthening the MCH Public Health Academic Pipeline: USF Postdoctoral Training Program
    Location: Tampa, FL
    Region: 4

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