CUPC’s seed grant program has supported a variety of preliminary work including on adult mortality, demography and genetics, immigrant health, and the consequences of access to long acting reversible contraception (LARCs). The investments have fueled over $10 million in requests for external funding, with support received for research on the health consequences of technology use among adolescents as well as of urban gardening.
Below, a list of projects supported during the current year:
|Ryan Masters.||Obesity Genomics, Cardiometabolic Health and Adult Mortality.|
|Adam Lippert.||Spatial Distribution of Black-White Septic Mortality Disparities, Area-Level.|
|Fernando Riosmena.||Migration and the Healthy Aging of Mexicans in a Binational Context.|