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Cudjoe Named Harold Amos Scholar

Dr. Thomas Cudjoe, assistant professor in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, has been named a Harold Amos Scholar by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Since its founding in 1983, the Harold Amos Medical Faculty Development Program has promoted scholars who have assumed international research excellence in biomedical, clinical and health services research. These scholars have attained high levels of academic leadership and served as role models for future generations of investigators.

Through this four-year award ($420,000), Dr. Cudjoe, with the support of his mentorship team (Cynthia Boyd, Sarah Szanton, Carl Latkin, Roland Thorpe, and Joe Gallo) will adapt and implement CAPABLE, an existing evidence-based program, to a new target population in the context of home-based primary care.


Kelsey Bennett

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