Grant Received: Jennifer Elliott

Jennifer Elliott, Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice and the Director of the School of Pharmacy's Center for Integrative Health, received a $200,000 grant from the Heinz Endowments to build on the success of the engagement of the School of Pharmacy and Hazelwood and to establish long-term partnerships with community-based organizations that will improve comprehensive health care services within the neighborhood.

Dr. Elliott, along with Paige Williams, a Program Director with the CIH, and Dr. Elizabeth Bunk, with the Center for Pharmacy Care, also received a $37,500 grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Health passed through Adagio Health, Inc. to support tobacco prevention and control activities.

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