Newly funded research FY22 Q4

Published on August 3, 2022

Congratulations to the following CPH researchers who received awards in the 4th quarter of FY22.

Sato Ashida
Emergency preparedness and support of caregivers of persons with dementia: The Disaster PrepWise study funded by NIH

Patrick Breheny
Dissecting the transcriptional network governing differentiation of periderm funded by the University of Washington and NIH

Ryan Carnahan
BESTMED: oBservational Evaluation of Second line Therapy MEdications in Diabetes funded by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and PCORI

Janel Fedler   
Parkinson’s Progression Markers Initiative Data Management Core funded by the Michael J. Fox Foundation           

Hans-Joachim Lehmler         
Environmental Health Sciences Research Center funded by NIH     

Charles Lynch
Understanding the role of DNA damage repair in racial disparities of triple-negative breast cancer outcomes funded by Washington University in St. Louis and NIH

Jacob Oleson
Development of Small Area Interactive Risk Maps for Cancer Control Efforts funded by NIH

Paul Romitti
New York Center for Birth Defects Research and Prevention funded by New York State Department of Health and CDC

Jason Semprini
Evaluating the Impact of Medicaid Dental Coverage on Early-Stage Oral Cancer Detection funded by NIH           

Tanya Uden-Holman
Midwestern Public Health Training Center funded by HRSA

Laurie Walkner
Iowa Initiative to Address COVID-19 Health Disparities funded by Iowa Chronic Care Consortium and CDC