Factors Influencing Decision-Making for the HPV Vaccine

Senior Fellow Research Projects Sponsored by RWJF Center for 
Geographic Area Served

Project Description
This is a grant in progress. For more information contact:
Andrew Sussman - ASussman@salud.unm.edu
Lisa Broidy - lbroidy@unm.edu



The RWJF Center for Health Policy was established to transform the national debate on health policy by increasing the number of Latino, American Indian, and other minority PhD graduates in social science disciplines who are prepared to be leaders in guiding the direction of national health policy. The Research Grants Program of the Center furthers this mission by providing faculty grants that promote research on a wide range of issues and serve as an opportunity to supplement the training of RWJF Doctoral Fellows. Preference will be given to proposals that clearly indicate how the research will advance the mission of the Center.


1. The RWJF Center welcomes applications from individual faculty and/or from interdisciplinary teams that include co-principal investigators (PIs) from at least two separate graduate degree programs. For interdisciplinary research grants, special preference will be given to collaborative efforts that include faculty from social science and Health Sciences Center graduate programs.

2. Proposals must focus a research question related to the Southeast Heights or South Valley or South Broadway areas of Bernalillo County. Comparative studies including these areas are eligible.

3. Consistent with the Center’s overall mission, preference will be given to applications that include and involve underrepresented minority faculty and/or include and involve RWJF Doctoral Fellows.

4. To be considered eligible, projects must include plans to use pilot data or results from the seed grant to seek extramural funding through the RWJF Center for Health Policy.

5. Preference will be given to PIs who have not been previously funded. Applicants who have received prior grants from this program must have completed the previous project, including submission of all final materials.

Contact Information:
Location Mailing Address
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy
University of New Mexico
MSC05 3400, 1 University of New Mexico
 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Center for Health Policy
University of New Mexico
MSC05 3400, 1 University of New Mexico
Email Telephone
RWJF-UNM center@unm.edu
Andrew Sussman and Lisa Broidy ASussman@salud.unm.edu and lbroidy@unm.e
RWJF-UNM (505)277-0130
Fax (505)277-0118
RWJF-UNM Center for Health Policy at UNM

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