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CDC awards Texas State cooperative agreement to improve Chagas disease awareness, education

Featured Faculty     Jayme Blaschke | September 15, 2020

CDC-StiglerPaula Stigler Granados, assistant professor in the School of Health Administration, has been awarded a $130,000 grant to improve Chagas disease education and awareness in the United States.

The five-year cooperative agreement with the CDC will allow the Chagas Disease Task Force to expand its model to the entire U.S. Granados' team will also host monthly Extension for Community Health Outcomes (ECHO) webinars for physicians, community health workers and others interested in Chagas disease.  Zo Ramamonjiarivelo, an associate professor in the School of Health Administration, will also work on the project.  In an effort to increase