Trivellore Raghunathan

How Randomly Distributed Vouchers Affect Biology and Health

Research Project Description

This is one of the funders for a multi-funder project designed to study the impact of housing on children's healthy development. This project will target the completion of interviews with 1,686 parent, caregiver, or guardian (PCG) respondents, and 2,328 child respondents aged 3-10 in three metropolitan areas (Cleveland OH, Dallas TX, and Seattle WA). We have assumed that half of the participating households (N=843) will come from local housing authority lists (voucher respondents) with the remaining half of participating households coming from random screening of households located in selected census blocks (population respondents).

Funding: Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (subcontract: 1 U01 HD 075957 01 A1)

Funding Period: 5/18/2016 to 4/30/2020

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