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Phaedra Corso and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Phaedra Corso

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Public Health Services and Systems Research program has awarded $99,562 to Phaedra Corso for the first year of a proposed two-year project totaling $199,124.

Corso, a professor of health policy and management in the College of Public Health, will examine how reallocating Georgia’s funding for local public health infrastructure will impact health outcomes in Georgia. The study is part of a larger initiative administered by the National Network of Public Health Institutes.