Check Presentation for New Program Targeting Obesity
WHAT: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) School of Nursing researchers will accept a $50,000 regional grant from the Aetna Foundation to fund a new obesity research project in conjunction with two local elementary schools.
WHEN: 10:30 a.m., Tuesday (Feb. 7)
WHERE: TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building first floor lobby, 3601 Fourth St.
EVENT: The project will be directed by principal investigator Du Feng, Ph.D., professor, and co-investigator Debra Flores, MA, project director and certified community health worker instructor, both with the TTUHSC School of Nursing.
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