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Aging Studies Doctoral Candidate Accepted into CREATE Program at Florida A & M University, College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Rosalyn Roker, a doctoral candidate in the School of Aging Studies, has been accepted into the Center for Research Education and Training Enhancement (CREATE) program at Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University (FAMU), College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, for Fall 2016-2018. CREATE is a national program, funded by the National Institutes of Health NIGMS Innovative Programs to Enhance Research Training (IPERT), for PhD students and early-career investigators seeking to increase the quality of their research education. CREATE's mission is to contribute in the creation of a robust and diverse workforce through effective and measurable career and professional development of its research fellows. Rosalyn's research focuses on disparities in mental health service utilization among community-residing older Blacks with serious mental illnesses. Drs. Victor Molinari (USF-School of Aging Studies) and Tamara Baker-Thomas (University of Kansas) are her co-major advisors

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