Daniel Ervin Receives the UC Global Health Insitute Student Fellowship Award

Geography graduate student Daniel Ervin recently received a UC Global Health Institute Student Fellowship Award for $2600 to assist him in his dissertation research, which concerns dietary change among Latino immigrants. The UCGHI is a University of California initiative designed to promote transdisciplinary global health projects.

Daniel and his adviser, David López-Carr, the Director of the Human-Environment Dynamics Lab, also received a research award of $40,000 from the Programa de Investigacíon en Migracion y Salud (PIMSA) – a program devoted to promoting research on migration and health in the U.S. and Mexico. This funding source is a part of the Health Initiative of the Americas program at Berkeley.

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