To support and disseminate investigator-initiated and commissioned research to identify effective policy and environmental strategies to ensure that children in the United States are at a healthy weight by 2025, especially in populations and communities at greatest risk.
- $308,011.00 awarded to White Mountain Research Associates, LLC - Evaluation of RWJF's Healthy Eating Research program
- $169,172.00 awarded to Temple University School of Medicine - Evaluating marketing strategies to increase the purchase of healthy foods in low-income communities
- $169,978.00 awarded to American University, School of Communication - Defining priorities and optimal research designs for studying the impact of digital food marketing on adolescents
- $258,797.00 awarded to Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health - Evaluating methods for increasing public support for policies regulating food marketing to children
- $169,999.00 awarded to University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine, Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies - Examining the effects of schools' drinking-water policies and practices on student consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages in California