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Grants & You Newsletter Winter 2016: Grants Submitted - Good Luck!

Grants Submitted September 13-December 15, 2016

Proposal Submitted from CGHS

*Erin Breitenbach, PhD, and Colleen Halupa, EdD, CGHS Doctor of Health Education, “Interprofessional Education as a Strategy for Delivering Mental Health Care to Undocumented Immigrants,” Association for Prevention of Teaching and Research, $6,000, November 2016 – June 2017.

Proposals Submitted from ASHS

*Elton Bordenave, MEd, CHC, ASHS Audiology, “Safe at Home (East Valley Adult Resources Prime; Sub to ASHS),” Dignity Health East Valley, $30,000, January 2017 - December 2017.

**Michelle DiBaise, DHSc, MPAS, ASHS Physician Assistant, “Meeting at the Crossroads to Improve Care Coordination Competency and Readiness for Transition to Integrated Practice,” PA Foundation, $7,017, January 2017 - December 2017.

**James Lynskey, PT, PhD, ASHS Physical Therapy, “Assessing the Potential of Startle-evoked Movement to Enhance Upper Extremity Function Following Stroke (ASU Prime; Sub to ASHS),” National Institutes of Health, $30,720, July 2017 – June 2019.

**James Lynskey, PT, PhD, ASHS Physical Therapy, “Enhancing Prospective Trials in Neurorehabilitation by Building a Retrospective Outpatient Database (ASU Prime; Sub to ASHS),” American Society of Neurorehabilitation, $2,017, January 2017 - December 2017.

**James Lynskey, PT, PhD, ASHS Physical Therapy, “Investigating the brainstem as a target for enhancing functional arm control following stroke (ASU Prime; Sub to ASHS),” National Institutes of Health, $77,264, July 2017 – June 2022.

**Tara McIsaac, PT, PhD, ASHS Physical Therapy, Curt Bay, PhD, ASHS Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, and Jyothi Gupta, PhD, ASHS Occupational Therapy, “Multi-limb Control in Parkinson's Disease: Implicit and Explicit Control of Attention,” National Institutes of Health R15, $387,317, July 2017 – June 2020.

Proposals Submitted from KCOM

*James Cox, PhD, KCOM Biochemistry, “Melanoma Metastasis Inhibition by a Novel Peptide,” Melanoma Research Alliance, $100,000, May 2017 – April 2019.

*Yohei Norimatsu, PhD, KCOM Physiology, “Atomic-scale Refinement of CFTR and TAAR1 Molecular Models for the Study of Drug Binding,” National Institutes of Health R15, $382,812, July 2017 – June 2020.

**Pandurangan Ramaraj, PhD, KCOM Biochemistry, “In-Vitro Determination of Biological Factor Protecting Menstruating Females,” Melanoma Research Alliance, $78,376, May 2017 – April 2019.

Proposals Submitted from ASDOH

*Spencer Mullenaux, ASDOH D3, Niki Nia, ASDOH D3, Eric Harris, DDS, ASDOH Dental Clinic, and Yvette Thornton, RDH, ASDOH Integrated Community Service Partnership, “Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health Give Kids a Smile Day,” American Dental Association Foundation, $5,000, January 2017 - December 2017.

*Seena Patel, DMD, MPH, ASDOH Dental Care West, and Ann Spolarich, RDH, PhD, ASDOH, “Impact of Compliance with Fluoride Therapy on Caries Incidence after Cancer Therapy,” Colgate Palmolive, $30,846, February 2017 – February 2019. 

Proposal Submitted from ATSU Library

**Harold Bright, MALS, and Michael Kronenfeld, MBA, MLS, ATSU University Library, “Assessing the ATSU Clinical App: A Tool to Promote Evidence-based Resource Use in Medical Student Clinical Rotations,” Medical Library Association, $9,392, April 2017 – September 2018. 

*Full proposal development and support provided by the ATSU Sponsored Programs team
**Technical support provided by the ATSU Sponsored Programs/Research Support team(s)