NIH gives Florida A&M University $13.7M for health disparity study

Florida A&M University has received a five-year $13.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health toward the study of health disparities. It is the continuation of a grant that the university first received in 1985. "Part of what we're trying to do is early detection. It's a key to solving and preventing critical issues. We will be working with the community as we stress prevention," said Ken Redda, acting vice president for research at the university.

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