September 24, 2020
These research grants synthesize and translate existing research exploring new questions in the area of promotion of healthy behaviors to prevent teen pregnancy. Grantees will conduct investigations in relation to key pregnancy prevention outcomes including, but not limited to: 1) delay of the onset of sexual activity; 2) number of sexual partners; 3) use of effective contraceptive methods; 4) pregnancies and births; and/or 5) incidence of sexually transmitted infections.
|Grantee Name||City||State||Award Amount|
|Child Trends, Incorporated||Bethesda||MD||$1,092,000.00|
|The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston||Galveston||TX||$620,746.00|
|The Children's Hospital Los Angeles||Los Angeles||CA||$959,140.00|
|Oregon Health & Science University||Portland||OR||$501,116.00|