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Funding news for Drs. Bowleg, Ganiban, and Liu

Please join us in congratulating Applied Social Psychology faculty member, Dr. Lisa Bowleg, who learned last week that NIH has funded a 2-year administrative supplement to my NIDA-funded R01 study, Reducing Black Men's Drug Use and Co-Occurring Negative Mental and Physical Health Outcomes: Intersectionality, Social-Structural Stressors, and Protective Factors. The goal of the administrative supplement is to increase the number of Black bisexual men participants and establish bisexual men as a distinct sexual minority position.

Clinical Psychology program faculty member, Dr. Jody Ganiban, was awarded a one year NOSI supplement for her work on "Investigating the Magnification of Psychosocial Adversities for Children in the Time of COVID-19".

Dr. Cecilia Liu, a postodoctoral fellow working  with Dr. Ganiban, successfully secured a 2-year NIH supplement for her work on "Identifying Dynamic Change Processes in Growth Trajectories from Infancy to Early Adolescence.”

Congrats to all on these funding successes!

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