Researchers are Given the Seeds to Fight COVID-19
The State University of New York has awarded School of Public Health faculty SUNY research seed grants for their research proposals.
UAlbany's School of Public Health winning Seed Grant Funding projects are:
- Tracking the Social, Psychological, and Economic Implications of COVID- 19 among SUNY Students and Families. PI: Benjamin Shaw, Health Policy
- COVID-19 and the Black Church: Plans to Prosper and Hope in a Pandemic. PI: Julia Hastings, Health Policy/Social Welfare
- An Assessment of the Produce Recovery and Redistribution System in New York’s Capital Region to Address Food Insecurity During COVID-19: Environmental and Health Impacts. PI: Beth Feingold, Environmental Health Sciences
- Multiplexed LAMP Assay for COVID-19 (developing an efficient, low-cost assay for influenza and Covid-19). PI: Sridar Chittur, Biomedical Sciences