UMKC wins $7M grant to create national HIV resource center

The University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Nursing and Health Studies received its largest-ever grant to establish a national HIV-prevention resource center.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention awarded the school $7 million — $1.4 million annually over five years — to create the National Capacity Building Assistance Provider Network Resource Center. Read the full story in the Kansas City Business Journal.

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