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Current Scholar Awards and Accomplishments

Amy Tsou (Penn CSP) received a grant to study public opinion on withdrawal of care for patients with severe brain damage.


Current Scholar Publications and Press

Roberta Capp (Yale CSP) and her community partner, Project Access- New Haven, were awarded the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation Translational Research Community Partnership grant for their CPBR project “Patient Navigation for Medicaid Enrollees who are ED Frequent Users”.

Shreya Kangovi (Penn CSP VA Scholar)

  • was featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer, December 28th, 2011.
  • was featured in the University of Pennsylvania community programs brochure 'Because.' In press due for release February, 2012

Hemal Kanzaria (UCLA CSP), Woods MM, Muldoon LB, Jain S. “Disaster Relief and Long-Term Health Care Support in Haiti: What a Simple Student Initiative Can Do. Diplomatic Courier. October 5, 2012.

Katherine Neuhausen (UCLA CSP) was interviewed by Southern California Public Radio on August 31, 2012 regarding her article “Integrating Community Health Centers Into Organized Delivery Systems Can Improve Access to Subspecialty Care.”


Alumni Awards and Accomplishments

Yale’s Associate Director Marjorie Rosenthal (Yale CSP 03-05), two current scholars Nurit Harari (Yale CSP 11-13) and Anita Vashi (Yale CSP 11-13, VA Scholar), and community partner Barbara Tinney of New Haven Family Alliance have received a three year National Health Institute grant for their work on youth violence.

The Brotherhood Crusade honors Robert K. Ross (Penn CSP 88- 90) for his work in medicine and philanthropy, with their annual award, Pioneer of African American Achievement Award. The Los Angeles Sentinel published a short story about Dr. Ross’ achievement.


Alumni Publication and Press

Oni Blackstock (Yale CSP 10-12, VA Scholar) and Jed Barash (Yale CSP 10-12, VA Scholar) were featured in Yale Medicine in regards to their community involvement and research. Current Yale program director, Harlan Krumholz, was also included discussing how integral community based participatory research is to the RWJF Clinical Scholars Program.

Rosette Chakkalakal (Yale CSP 10-12) and Marjorie Rosenthal (Yale CSP 03-05). “Preventing Diabetes among Fair Haven Families: A Community-based Approach to Quality Improvement.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved, 23(3 Suppl):247-54, 2012.

 
 
 
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