RHRI receives $85,000 grant to fight childhood obesity
The executive director of Georgia Southern University’s Rural Health Research Institute (RHRI), Bryant Smalley, Ph.D., has been awarded an $85,000 federal grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to collaboratively form a new network focused on childhood obesity prevention in rural South Georgia. The initiative, South Georgia Network to End Childhood Obesity (SGNECO), is funded through a network development planning grant from HRSA’s Office of Rural Health Policy.
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