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3-26-2021

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The University of Maine System Rural Health and Well-being Grand Challenge Initiative's Injury Prevention Collaborative recently held a seed grant competition for UMS researchers. The program is coordinated by Marcella Sorg and Jamie Wren at the University of Maine Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, with assistance from UMaine's Office of Research Development.

The UMS Injury Prevention Collaborative coordinates current system resources related to rural injury and violence prevention for better collaboration, more robust applications for external funding, greater opportunities for students, and greater impact on the safety and well-being of Mainers.

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