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Grants & You Newsletter Spring 2019: Grants Submitted - Good Luck!

Grants Submitted

Grants Submitted December 5, 2018 - March 15, 2019

Proposals Submitted from ATSU

*Heather Rudy, ATSU Museum of Osteopathic Medicine, “Osteopathic Heritage Collection Inventory Project – Phase IV,” Institute of Museum and Library Services – Museums for America, $125,882, December 2019 – November 2021.

Proposals Submitted from KCOM

*Barbara Maxwell, PT, DPT, ATSU Aging Studies, and Hong Chartrand, DrPH, KCOM AHEC, “Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program" (St. Louis University Prime, Sub to KCOM), Health Resources & Services Administration, Bureau of Health Workforce – Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, $325,000, July 2019 – June 2024.

*Tim D. Ostrowski, PhD, KCOM Physiology, “Respiratory Dysfunction in Alzheimer’s Disease and its Link to Oxidative Damage Within the Brainstem,” National Institutes of Health – National Institute on Aging (R15), $385,478, September 2019 – August 2022.

Proposals Submitted from ASHS

*Michelle DiBaise, DHSc, PA-C, and Lisa Tshuma, DBH, MPAS, ASHS Physician Assistant Studies, “Primary Care Physician Assistants as Change Leaders: Improving Access to Quality Behavioral and Mental Health Care for the Nation's Rural and Underserved,” Health Resources & Services Administration Grants for Primary Care Training and Enhancement, $1,496,722, July 2019 – June 2024.

*Kelsey Picha, PhD, ATC, ATSU Research Support, Alison Snyder Valier, PhD, AT, FNATA, and Cailee Welch Bacon, PhD, ATC, ASHS Athletic Training Program, “Athletic Trainers' Perceptions and Observation of Social Determinants of Health,” National Athletic Trainers' Association, $23,000, September 2019 – August 2021.

*Cailee Welch Bacon, PhD, ATC, ASHS Athletic Training Program, “Former Residents' and Employers' Perceptions of the Impact of Residency Training in Athletic Training,” National Athletic Trainers' Association, $28,750, September 2019 – August 2021.

Proposals Submitted from MOSDOH

*Patricia Inks, RDH, MS, MOSDOH St. Louis Dental Education & Oral Health Center, “Providing Education and Direct Dental Services to St. Louis Older Adults,” Daughters of Charity Foundation of St. Louis, $30,000, May 2019 – April 2020.

*Herbert Silva, DMD, MOSDOH St. Louis Dental Education and Oral Health Center, “Restoring Hero Smiles – MOSDOH Veterans Project,” The Kerr Foundation, $10,000, April 2019 – March 2020.

Proposals Submitted from SOMA

*Kelli Glaser, DO, FACOFP, Denise Sackett, DO, SOMA Clinical Science Education, and Valerie Sheridan, DO, FACOS, “Determining if a Required Online Graded Curriculum in the Clerkship Years Enhances Student Performance on National Standardized Exams,” American Association of College of Osteopathic Medicine, $5,000, July 2019 – December 2020.

*Lawrence LeBeau, DO, Christine Morgan, EdD, SOMA Graduate Medical Education, Deborah Heath, DO, SOMA Osteopathic Principles & Practice, and Sondra Sanford, KCOM Still OPTI, “Using the OMM Mini-CEX to Assess Competency in ACGME Residency Programs with Osteopathic Recognition,” American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine, $10,000, July 2019 – December 2020.

**Joy H. Lewis, DO, PhD, FACP, Kate Whelihan, MPH, SOMA Public Health, and Curt Bay, PhD, ASHS Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, “Building Capacity in FQHCs to Improve Postpartum Diabetes Screening" (National Association of Community Health Centers Prime, Sub to SOMA), Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, $6,750, January – July 2019.

**Joy H. Lewis, DO, PhD, FACP, Kate Whelihan, MPH, SOMA Public Health, Curt Bay, PhD, ASHS Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, and J. Michael Menke, PhD, ATSU Still Research Institute, “Dissemination of the Cancer Screening Transformation Project," (National Association of Community Health Centers Prime, Sub to SOMA), Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, $20,000, January – July 2019.

**Joy H. Lewis, DO, PhD, FACP, Kate Whelihan, MPH, SOMA Public Health, J. Aaron Allgood, DO, SOMA Clinical Science Education, and Curt Bay, PhD, ASHS Interdisciplinary Health Sciences, “Million Hearts: Preventing Heart Attacks and Strokes in Primary Care" (National Association of Community Health Centers Prime, Sub to SOMA), Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, $30,000, February – July 2019.

*Rupal S. Vora, MD, FACP, SOMA, and Lise McCoy, EdD, SOMA Medical Humanities, “Pathways to Primary Care Behavioral Health Integration in the Nation’s Health Centers: Creating Master Adaptive Learners Where the Need is Greatest,” Health Resources & Services Administration Grants for Primary Care Training and Enhancement, $1,997,735, July 2019 – June 2024.

Legend

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