• Sexual Risk Behavior / Reproductive Health

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  • Important Notice on Proposal Submission Policy Important Notice on Proposal Submission Policy
    OVPR Policy and InCHIP Pre-Award Services InCHIP is committed to helping its affiliates successfully navigate the steps involved in submitting an extramural grant application. InCHIP’s Grants Management Team’s primary services are to provide input, advice, and review of the following components of the grant proposal: Internal administrative and funder-based forms such as the Internal Proposal Routing […]
  • 2020 Fisher Fellowship awarded to Matthew Sullivan 2020 Fisher Fellowship awarded to Matthew Sullivan
    2020 Jeffrey D. Fisher Health Behavior Change Research Fellowship Awarded We are happy to announce that Matthew Sullivan (Psychological Sciences) was awarded the Fisher Fellowship for his dissertation project titled “Stigma, coping, and HIV PrEP adherence and persistence in people with opioid use disorder in treatment: Patient and prescriber facilitators and barriers to HIV risk […]
  • InCHIP Ideas Lab featured in Knowinnovation’s Blog InCHIP Ideas Lab featured in Knowinnovation’s Blog
    “Connecticut ranks 29th in population size in the U.S., but the state ranked 9th in opioid related deaths per capita in 2017, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Since then, overdose deaths nationwide have taken a slight dip, while Connecticut’s opioid-related death-rate has continued to climb. “Opioid-related overdoses is a major public health […]
  • Funded InCHIP Rapid Response Proposals to Address COVID-19 Funded InCHIP Rapid Response Proposals to Address COVID-19
    Please note that this funding mechanism is now closed. Funded Projects: Keith Bellizzi (Human Development and Family Sciences). “Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic on the Management of Mental Health Conditions among UConn Undergraduate Students.” Saraswathi Bellur (Communication), Rebecca Acabchuk (Psychological Sciences), and Emily Hennessy (Psychological Sciences). “Evaluating UConn Student Well-Being in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.” […]