The research mission of the Center for Healthful Behavior Change is to develop, test, evaluate and disseminate innovative behavioral interventions in clinical and community-based settings. The Center for Healthful Behavior Change's extramural funding portfolio of approximately $5 million in annual direct costs includes funding primarily from the National Institutes of Health, with research taking place in clinical, community-based and global settings.

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Girardin Jean-Louis

Gbenga Ogedegbe

Joseph Ravenell

Antoinette Schoenthaler

Mary Ann Sevick

Tanya Spruill