Ryan Shaw, associate professor, and his project "Diabetes Model Care" was recently highlighted at the NIH-NINR Open Council meeting during a presentation by Augie Diana, Project officer at NINR, for SBIR/STTR grants. Shaw’s work was presented as an example of how near real-time data from mobile health technologies can be used to improve diabetes self-management and to facilitate care delivery. This work is supported by NINR through a 3-year R15 award.
Allison Lewinski, PhD '17, and her research "project “Social Interaction and Support in a Type-2 Diabetes Computer Mediated Environment” was highlighted as an example of how NINR is supporting use of technology in the training environment. Lewinski received a F31, pre-doctoral award to support her dissertation work.
Congratulations to Shaw and Lewinski for having their work recognized by NIH in an open public council meeting!