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Center for Nursing Research Announces Small Grant Awardees

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

The Center for Nursing Research recently announced its small grant awardees: 

  • Devon Noonan who received a Population Health small grant award for her proposal titled “DeStress for Health: Addressing Stress in Granville and Vance Counties”
  • Eleanor McConnell & Dr. Kirsten Corazzini who received a Population Health small grant award for their proposal titled “Network-Level Measures of Well-being among People Living with Dementia”
  • Leigh Ann Simmons who received a Population Health small grant award for her proposal titled “GROWell Online”
  • Karin Reuter-Rice who received a General Pilot small grant award for her proposal titled “Identifying Genetic and Immune Predictors Associated with Good Neurocognitive Outcomes in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury”
  • Rachel Richesson who received a General Pilot small grant award for her proposal titled “Support LearningHealth Activities for Sickle Cell Disease”
  • AnnMarie Walton who received a General Pilot small grant award for her proposal titled “Examining surface contamination with antineoplastic drugs in inpatient oncology: a pilot study.”
  • Qing Yang who received a General Pilot small grant award for her proposal titled “Intensive longitudinal data analysis methods for mobile health data in diabetes self-management”
  • Eleanor Stevenson who received a General Pilot small grant award for her proposal titled “Models of Care for Young Men to Increase Access to Primary Care”
  • Rachel Richesson who received a General Pilot small grant award for her proposal titled “Support Learning Health Activities for Sickle Cell Disease”
  • Deborah Allen who received a DUHS PhD and DNP Collaborative small grant award for her proposal titled “Exploring Compensation to Maintain Cognitive Function in Adults Newly Diagnosed with Brain Cancer”