Vivien Wong, former CECPR Student Fellow, recently won the 2020 Robert M. Toll Research Paper Prize awarded by the Perelman School of Medicine for her work describing the role of public libraries in supporting patrons with opioid use disorder. The prize was established in 1957 and is awarded to a medical student engaged in meritorious original research in the field of mental health. Huge congratulations to Vivien and to team members Zachary Meisel, Carolyn Cannuscio, Maggie Lowenstein, Rachel Feuerstein-Simon, and Rachel Graves!
Vivien Wong, Former CECPR Student Fellow, Wins Research Prize
Updated: Jun 12, 2020