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The PRCHN's front door with logo 2019 PRCHN faculty, staff, and interns REACH Ambassadors at Coit Road Farmers Market From Risk To Resilience YRBS event with Ideastream Tobacco Retail in Cleveland Freshlink Ambassador Model Training in Cleveland August 2019 FreshLink Ambassadors at a farmers market Convenience store shelf sign reading "Bite into healthy food" Heart Smarts presentation to congressman US Senator Sherrod Brown, PRCHN Founding Director Dr. Elaine Borawski, and former CDC Director Dr. Thomas Frieden Word cloud made of words meaningful to NOCA members  PRCHN interns hard at work PRCHN staff with CWRU President Barbara Snyder while volunteering on Case for Community Day PRCHN staff around sign reading "Cleveland" in script with skyline in background Tobacco prevention and cessation PRCHN monthly Research Seminar Series Community Health Ambassadors proudly show off their diplomas Associate Director Dr. Erika Trapl and Director Dr. Elaine Borawski at the APHA Conference IMPACT Navigator Rachel Gardenhire runs with an IMPACT student during the Cleveland Marathon PRCHN Founding Director Elaine Borawski, PhD, against the Cleveland skyline
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Director Erika Trapl Erika S. Trapl, PhD named Director, Prevention Research Center for Healthy Neighborhoods effective Feb. 1, 2020,
succeeding Founding Director, Elaine A. Borawski, PhD, whose vision led the Center in addressing chronic health issues faced in disadvantaged Greater Cleveland neighborhoods for more than 10 years. Dr. Trapl is associate professor in the Dept. of Population & Quantitative Health Sciences and Co-Leader of the Case CCC Cancer Prevention, Control & Population Research Program 
CPCRN logo Cancer Prevention and Control Research Network produces supplemental issue of Preventive Medicine highlighting disparities in cancer prevention and control
The CWRU CPCRN Center is led by Dr. Erika Trapl. One featured manuscript is co-authored by PRCHN Research Associate Dr. Sarah Koopman Gonzalez. 
Dr. Monica Webb Hooper New grant award for Affiliated Faculty Dr. Monica Webb Hooper
With a $2.75 million, 3-year grant from Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) Foundation, researchers from CWRU will lead a community-wide initiative to create and apply innovative methods to prevent and detect lung cancer in underserved residents in NEO. Co-investigators for the initiative are: Drs. Erika Trapl, Anant Madabhushi, Kurt Stange and Catalina Teba. 
Dr. Erika Trapl PRCHN Associate Director Dr. Trapl to speak at Advocacy Education for Health Justice Workshop
Join the Health Advocacy Leadership Group and the Social Justice Institute on Wednesday, Nov. 20 from 6-9 pm in Thwing 101 for this month's workshop on a critical issue facing Ohio: public health, addiction and Tobacco 21. Erika Trapl, PhD, Co-Leader of the Case CCC's Cancer Prevention Control & Population Research Program, is one of the workshop's speakers. 
apha Will we see you at APHA in Philadelphia next week?
Click here to see the line up of some of our PRCHN faculty, staff, and Affiliated Faculty who will have presentations and posters at the 2019 Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association! View the entire program here. 
Dr. Jill Korbin Dr. Jill Korbin steps down as Director of Schubert Center for Child Studies
After almost 20 years of service as co-director and director of the Schubert Center for Child Studies, Dr. Jill Korbin, Lucy Adams Leffingwell Professor; Associate Dean, College of Arts and Sciences; Co-Director, Childhood Studies Program, is stepping down from the directorship as of October 1, 2019 to return to teaching and research. 
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