The funding for this study came from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), grant number #5PO1TP000307-05.
This study appears to be through the University of Illinois at Chicago. The vast majority of secondary institution-based studies come from federal grants, usually through National Health Institute or through a specific government agency interested in that topic.
The study was not funded it was on a volunteer basis, where particpiants would be paid for their time and information gathered would be used for the study.
The study was funded with assistance from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and the Center of Economic Excellence, located in South Carolina, through a program for the Doris Meddin Levkoff Center for Medication Safety.
It was partialy funded by a grant from the National Institutes of Health.
It is funded by the National Institute of Health. And also Institutional Review Board approved the study and respondents could be compensated for their time.
This study was funded by the National Institute of Health, which is why it was made available through their public access database.
Funding was not mentioned in the study, but from the author’s relevant background information, personally would assume the study could found by The Miriam Hospital (The Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights; www.prisonerhealth.org) and CFAR (nationwide Centers for AIDS Research). [https://vivo.brown.edu/display/jrichmph]
Although nothing is specifically mentioned the author has an affiliation with New York Medical school. American Medical Association.
The study was funded by the WHO Country Office for Sierra leone.