Evidence for Action: Investigator-Initiated Research to Build a Culture of Health
To support investigator-initiated research projects that support the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's work with a Culture of Health.
- $486,500.00 awarded to Boston University School of Public Health - Developing new data on the social culture of guns to enable public health practitioners to identify the most effective policies to curb gun violence
- $46,000.00 awarded to University of California, Los Angeles, College of Letters and Science - Testing the causal effects of healthy food on physiological stress
- $150,000.00 awarded to Duke University Center for Child and Family Policy - Studying the impact on children's health and well-being of specific criminal sanctions applied to parents
- $200,000.00 awarded to University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Business - Studying participation incentives, composition of participants, health outcomes, and peer effects of workplace wellness programs
- $284,700.00 awarded to University of California, Riverside, School of Public Policy - Studying the population health consequences of drought and extreme temperature to inform water policy