Robertson selected for GIA

Congratulations to Dr. Cheryl Robertson on Grant-in-Aid funding from the University of Minnesota Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR). GIA awards fund independent research and artistic endeavors. Dr. Robertson is a training and response team member of the RESPOND project, which provides identification, investigation and analysis for zoonotic disease outbreak in foreign countries. She also participates in research involving community coping interventions for the Twin Cities Somali population.

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