The COHPA Research Fellowship is a competitive program that promotes the professional development of faculty researchers in the College of Health and Public Affairs. The fellowship includes $2,500 in research seed funding at the successful completion of the program. Each fellow completes the program by submitting a research proposal to a federal funding agency.
Research Fellows Resources
Congratulations 2017 Research Fellows!
The 2017 Research Fellows received a certificate of completion of the fellowship after their presentation of their proposed research Nov. 2. The fellows (left to right) and the titles of their presentations are shown below.
Danielle Atkins, Ph.D. – Electronic Prescribing of Controlled Substances and Prescribing Outcomes
Lindsay Taliaferro, Ph.D. – Health Services Training Intervention to Enhance the Quality of Care Provided to Sexual Minority Adolescents and Young Adults
Suzette Myser, Ph.D. – Political Activities of Nonprofit Organizations and the Influence of Political Controls
Jungwon Yeo, Ph.D. – ‘Intersubjectivity’ Matters: Native Citizens’ Attitude toward Refugees
Hui Li, Ph.D. – Nonprofit Policy Advocacy in Homeless Service Networks
Jose Fernandez, Ph.D. – Interim Dean
Matt Stock, Ph.D. – The minimal effective resistance training frequency required to prevent dynapenia in older adults: An exploratory study
Thomas Wan, PhD. – Professor, former Associate Dean of Research