Research firm hires three

Research firm hires three
January 16
00:00 2015
(pictured above:  New hires Tiffany Williams, Caroline Kraus and Correll McCrae.)

Gramercy Research Group, a Winston-Salem-based private research firm, has three new employees – Tiffany Williams, Caroline Kraus and Correll McCrae.

Williams has been named project coordinator for the recently-funded Active & Healthy Brotherhood project. McCrae is the project’s research assistant.

Active & Healthy Brotherhood is a study to improve chronic disease self-management in African-American men. Funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI), the study will include 400 African American men in and around Forsyth County.

Kraus joins the team as a Research Assistant for several other ongoing community-based health promotion and evaluation projects, including a study to measure environmental supports for healthy lifestyles at Winston-Salem State University and Wake Forest University.

Gramercy strives to positively impact and improve the lives of individuals and communities by addressing health and related issues. It is led by Dr. Melicia C. Whitt-Glover, a community-based researcher with background, training, and research experience in exercise science and epidemiology.

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