Dr. Jacquelyn Y. Taylor earns tenure and awarded $3.4 million grant

30 Nov 2014 12:18 PM | Anonymous

Dr. Jacquelyn Y. Taylor, associate professor of nursing at the Yale School of Nursing, is the first woman of color to earn tenure since the nursing school's 91 year history.  She was also recently awarded a $3.4 million grant to conduct a 5-year study on high blood pressure in African-American women and their young children, titled "Intergenerational Impact of Genetic and Psychological Factors on Blood Pressure." 

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