Springboard Grant 2014 Recipients

Springboard Grant 2014 Recipients

Amanda Barnes (MD/MPH), for conducting a preliminary needs assessment in Miami communities for a Violence Interrupter-Model gun violence prevention intervention with the Ryder Trauma Center.
Stephanie Blankenship (MD/MPH), for assessing the knowledge and acceptability of anal cytology screening among HIV+ Women at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, Florida.
Katherine Camfield, Emma Crichton, Erin Dunn & Jennifer Shiroky (MD/MPH), for conducting a community needs assessment in Little Haiti and Hialeah communities served by the DOCS Health Fairs and develop health education materials that respond to the community needs in Miami, Florida.
Alison Coll (MD/MPH), for assessing education and training for traditional birth attendants in rural Haiti with project Medishare.
Lamia Hossain (MPH), for assessing the impact of emergency disaster relief efforts on health outcomes of Bagladeshi trauma victims from the April 2013 Rana Plaza Factory collapse with Gonoshasthaya Kendra (People’s Health Centre) in Dhaka, India.
Ashlyn Morse & Hema Kher (MD/MPH), for evaluation the Overtown Health Theater with the Overtown Youth Center in Miami, Florida.
Daniella Orihuella (MPH), for developing health education materials for mothers and infants at the Juan Felipe Center (Juanfe) in Cartagena de Indias, Colombia.
Sofia Poma (MPH), for understanding the barriers to the reach and adoption of positive parenting practices for low income Hispanics in the Little Havana community of Miami, Florida with FamiliasUnidas.
Daisy Ramirez-Ortiz (MPH), for reducing community Exposure to PCBs in Guánica Municipality through an Educational Intervention.
Dayana Samson (MPH), for linking mortality registers with HIV case-based surveillance at CDC Guatemala.
Krystal Sardinas (MPH), for qualitatively studying Hispanic facilitators’ perspectives in the delivery of an Internet based intervention with FamiliasUnidas in Miami, Florida.
Johanna Segovia (MPH), for building capacity for the detection and response for Influenza, Dengue and Chikungunya with the CDC in San Salvador, El Salvador.