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GSAPP Faculty Members Receive Biomedical and Social Science Research Award From the Center for COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness

Jul, 2020

The Center for COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness recently announced the biomedical and social science research awardees for COVID-related research at Rutgers University. Congratulations to GSAPP faculty, Drs. Vanessa Bal, Shireen Rizvi, David Shernoff, and Jamie Walkup for receiving these highly competitive awards, which were selected from a diverse pool of over 150 applications! Learn more about their awards and research below:

BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH AWARDS

Evaluation of a Brief, Telehealth Intervention to Support Emotional Distress of Autistic Adults During COVID-19: Drs. Vanessa Bal (GSAPP), Evan Kleiman (RU-NB Psychology)

SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH AWARDS

Brief Scaleable Mental Health Intervention for College Students: Drs. Shireen Rizvi (GSAPP Clinical Psychology), Evan Kleiman (RU-NB Psychology)

K-12 Teacher Response to COVID-19-Induced Emergency Transition to Remote and Online Teaching and Learning in the State of New Jersey: Drs. Rebecca Reynolds (SCI Library & Information Science), David Shernoff (GSAPP School Psychology)

Social Science Research on Impact of Covid-19 on policy and service delivery for mental health and substance abuse: Drs. James Walkup (GSAPP Clinical Psychology), Stephen Crystal (SSW), Amesika Nyaku (NJMS Medicine), Jamey Lister (SSW)

 

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