Grant Received: Suzanne Higginbotham & Janet Astle
Dr. Suzanne Higginbotham and Dr. Janet Astle recently received a $97,500 grant from the AmerisourceBergen Foundation to support the implementation of a Substance Use Disorder Certificate Program aimed to train working professionals and students in the health sciences, medicine, public administration, biological sciences, social work, sociology, and other related disciplines in advanced knowledge in substance use disorders, treatment modalities and care coordination.
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