AHS Interdisciplinary Pilot Grant recipients

We began awarding the AHS Interdisciplinary Pilot Grant in Spring 2015 and continue to award at least one grant each semester.

Fall 2019

Yochai Eisenberg

Yochai Eisenberg

Project: Building opportunities for big data research on disability and health using machine learning

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Spring 2019

Kate Caldwell

Kate Caldwell

Project: Modeling social media misinformation dissemination and its impact on risk perceptions of HPV vaccination

Kate Caldwell

Fall 2018

Alex Aruin

Alex Aruin

Project: Balance control in older adults with mild cognitive impairment

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Spring 2018

Jessie Chin

Jessie Chin

Project: Modeling social media misinformation dissemination and its impact on risk perceptions of HPV vaccination

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Kharma Foucher

Kharma Foucher

Project: Predicting mechanical and clinical outcomes of total hip arthroplasty

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Fall 2017

Elizabeth Papautsky

Elizabeth Papautsky

Project: Examining breastfeeding education: Considering the patient context

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Fall 2016

Mansha Mirza

Mansha Mirza

Project: Walking the talk: Language access in rehabilitation services

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Spring 2016

Sangeetha Madhavan

Sangeetha Madhavan

Project: Transcranial direct current stimulation as a novel therapeutic approach for individuals with ALS

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Yi-Ting Tsen

Yi-Ting Tsen

Project: Effect of single-legged ergometer exercise on diabetic foot ulcer healing

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Fall 2015

Jacob Haus

Jacob Haus

Project: Novel mechanisms of insulin resistance mediated vascular function

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Kelly Hsieh

Kelly Hsieh

Project: We Walk: A pilot technology intervention to promote PA for adults with ID and their family caregivers

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Spring 2015

Joanna Abraham

Joanna Abraham

Project: Etiology of medication ordering: An observational study investigation of error generation and correcting

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