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Congratulations to the researchers whose pilot projects have been selected!

The Interdisciplinary Network on Rural Population Health and Aging (INRPHA) is pleased to announce that we will be funding four new projects submitted in response to our first annual call for proposals.  We received several high-caliber proposals and are happy to be supporting the following projects:

            • Jason D. Boardman (University of Colorado, Boulder), Exploring Rural-Urban Differences in Polygenic Associations for Health among Older Adults in the United States
            • Rebecca Glauber (University of New Hampshire), Cognitive Functioning, Structural Disadvantage, and Social Integration among Older Adults: Rural-Urban Inequalities
            • Adam Roth and colleagues (Indiana University), Social Networks and Rural-Urban Cognitive Health Disparities
            • Tse-Chuan Yang and Ben Shaw (University at Albany, SUNY), Exploring the Relationship between Medicare-Medicaid Dual-eligibility and Opioid Use Disorder among Older Adults Living in Rural America

Read more about the pilot projects here.