Casey Hooke receives GIA funding

Thumbnail image for CaseyHooke.png Congratulations to Dr. Casey Hooke who received grant-in-aid funding from the UMN Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR) for her "Measuring Physical Activity in Children and Adolescents with Cancer" project, in which Dr. Ulf Bronas will be a co-investigator.

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