Open Research Coordinator Position

ReACH is seeking a Research Coordinator!  Visit our Job Opportunities page for more information about this position.

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ReACH/IIMS 2018 Population Health Pilot Grant Program Awardee Announcement

The Center for Research to Advance Community Health (ReACH), in conjunction with the Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science (IIMS [UT Health San Antonio CTSA]) is pleased to annouce the 2018 ReACH/IIMS 2018 Population Health Pilot Grant Program awardees.  The ReACH/IIMS Population Health Pilot Grant Program provides research grant funding up to $23,000 to junior researchers, in conjunction with a senior faculty mentor and a community partner, to address the areas identified in the UT Health San Antonio Population Health Strategic Plan developed as a part of the University of Texas Collaborative on Populaiton Health Innovation and Improvement (CoPHII) . The goal of this program is to build population health research capacity at the faculty and community level. 

2018 ReACH/IIMS 2018 Population Health Pilot Grant Program Awardees

Principal Investigator

Project Title

Rahma Mungia, BDS, MSc, DDPHRCS -  UT Health San Antonio Dept. of Periodontics

 Increasing E-Cigarette Awareness and Counseling among South Texas Dentists, Patients and Communities

Belinda Hernandez, PhD - UTHealth Houston School of Public Health

 The Impact of Caregiving on the Children of Military Caregivers: An Exploratory Study