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Opara Receives $3.5 Million Grant To Curb Urban Drug Use, Involve Youth in Research

Yale School of Public Health Associate Professor Ijeoma Opara has received the NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse) Racial Equity Visionary Award. The award is a NIDA DP1 grant for $3.5 million over five years that will allow her to work within predominantly urban neighborhoods to curb substance use among racial/ethnic minorities.

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Published: Tuesday, September 12, 2023