MPH-PHAP Student Receives NCI SPRINT Training Award

									Mona Rath |
																			December 15, 2017
Aditya Kapoor MPH-PHAP Student
Aditya Kapoor
MPH-PHAP Student

Aditya Kapoor, MPH-PHAP student, will participate in the 2018 National Cancer Institute SPRINT training program. Kapoor and School of Public Health Professor Simon Rosser received the award for their work on the Restore study, an R01 grant that aims to develop a structured online rehabilitation program for gay and bisexual men (GBM) prostate cancer survivors. Kapoor is the Entrepreneurial Lead for this project and Rosser is the Principal Investigator.

The 8-week training program kicks off in February 2018 with online courses and training in Rockville, Maryland. The team will focus on how to move their research intervention into practice effectively and rapidly. Additionally, they will conduct a minimum of 40 potential customer discovery interviews with potential stakeholders for their intervention.

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