TCC announces the 4th cohort of Pilot Project and Developmental Seed Award Grantees

TCC is pleased to announce the 4th cohort of Pilot Project Program Grantees. The grantees were selected from a competitive field of diverse academic researchers, health services practitioners, and community-based professionals. Pilot Project grantees will complete 12-month projects and engage in a series of capacity building and dissemination activities as part of the Pilot Project Program. The grantees are:

 Pilot Project Grantees (50,000.00):

Amanda Alise Price, Ph.D.    

Winston-Salem State University

Project Title: Examining Health Literacy and Health Status of Minority College Students

Hazel Tapp, Ph.D.

Carolinas HealthCare System

Project Title: Piloting Asthma Community Navigators   

Keon L. Gilbert, DrPH, MA, MPA

Saint Louis University, College for Public Health and Social Justice 

Project Title: Systems and Policies Affecting Black Men’s Access and Use of Health Care Services


Valerie Muehleman, MS, RD, CDE    

Beaufort Jasper Hampton Comprehensive Health Services

Project Title: Exploring Associations Between Body Mass Index, Race, Gender, Socioeconomic Status and Food Choice to Inform School Wellness Policy in South Carolina’s Corridor of Shame

Development Seed Grantee (10,000.00):

Andrea Videlefsky, MD

Adult Disability Medical Home, Inc. 

Project Title: Addressing Health Disparities in Adults with Developmental Disabilities


Welcome to the TCC Pilot Project Program, grantees!  For more information on the TCC Pilot Project Program, contact Dr. Jammie Hopkins at or call 404-756-8923.


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