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Allison Worsdale Awarded RED Grant

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Allison Worsdale

Communication Studies Ph.D. student Allison Worsdale has been awarded a seed grant by the center for Research and Engagement in Diversity (RED). This grant will support Allie's project, entitled "A Neuroimaging Approach to Advance Mechanistic Understanding of Tobacco Use Risk among Young Adult LGBTQ Vapers", which will use functional brain imaging techniques to better understand mechanisms of tobacco use trajectories and neurobehavioral risk markers in young adult LGBTQ vapers. RED grants are designed to facilitate interdisciplinary research and support the development of socially engaged research scholars. Allie's research seeks to reduce sexual and gender disparities in tobacco harm, a goal which aligns well with the intention of the RED grant. Congratulations, Allie!

Friday, July 1, 2022 - 10:43am

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