2020 Co-Funded Research Projects

The ODP provided limited co-funding to NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices, and other agencies in 2020 for extramural prevention grants, NIH-sponsored meetings and workshops, and federal initiatives and projects.

NIH-Funded Grants

Organization Project Title Grant Number Principal Investigator and Institution
FIC Health and Psychosocial Need: The Asenze Study of Risk and Protection in Adolescence 1R01TW011228-03 Leslie Davidson, Columbia University
FIC Building Capacity to Evaluate Package of Essential Non-Communicable Disease 1 R21 TW011718-01  Archana Shrestha, Dhulikhel Hospital-Kathmandu University
NCCIH A Pragmatic Trial of Parent-focused Prevention in Pediatric Primary Care: Implementation and Adolescent Health Outcomes in Three Health Systems UH3AT009838 Margaret Kuklinski, University of Washington  
NCCIH Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Depression and Insulin Resistance in Adolescents 1U01AT011008-01 Lauren Shomaker, Colorado State University
NCI StandUpTV: Reducing Sedentary Screen use in Middle-aged Adults R01CA239612-01 Mattew Buman, Arizona State University
NCI Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Cancer Incidence in Women 5R01CA227122-02 Kelly Evenson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
NCI

Improving Breast Cancer Risk Prediction for African American Women: Consideration of Estrogen Receptor Sub-type Specific Risk Factors

1R01CA228357-01A1 Julie Palmer, Boston University
NHLBI The U.S. Ten Day Seminar on the Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke 1 R13 HL154800-01 Cheryl Anderson, University of California, San Diego 
NHLBI nuMoM2b Heart Health Study HL145358-01A1 Corette Parker, RTI International
NHLBI RURAL: Risk Underlying Rural Areas Longitudinal Cohort Study 1 U01 HL146382-01 Vasan Ramachandran, Boston University
NHLBI and OBSSR Strengthening Causal Inference in Behavioral Obesity Research R25 HL124208-06 David Allison, Indiana University Bloomington
NIA and SGMRO Cardiovascular Risk Among Transgender Persons in a Regional Electronic Health Record Registry 3-R01-AG055480-03 Jarrod Dalton, Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
NIBIB Center for Point-of-Care Technologies Research for Sexually Transmitted Diseases 5-U54-EB007958-13 Charlotte Ann Gaydos, Johns Hopkins University
NICHD A Randomized, Controlled Trial of a Telephone-Based Developmental Care 1R01HD092406-01A1 Paul Chung, Thomas Jefferson University
NICHD Assessing the Benefits Versus Harms of Universal Autism Screening in a Community-based Sample 3P50HD093074-01S1 Geraldine Dawson and Scott Kollins, Duke University
NICHD Social and Economic Determinants of Maternal Morbidity in the United States 1R03HD100709-01A1 Sara Markowitz, National Bureau of Economic Research
NICHD and NINDS Effectiveness of an mHealth Psychosocial Intervention to Prevent Transition from Acute to Chronic Postsurgical Pain in Adolescents 1-UG3-HD-102038-01 Jennifer Rabbitts, Seattle Children's Hospital
NIDA and OBSSR Training Institutes for Mobile Health (mHealth) Methodologies R25 DA038167-06 Vivek Shetty, University of California, Los Angeles
NIDDK and OBSSR Mentored Education for Dissemination and Implementation Science (MEDIS) Program R25 DK123008-01 Debra Haire-Joshu and Ross Brownson, Washington University
NIMH Adapting a Digital Intervention to Improve Smoking Cessation in Persons with Serious Mental Illness R34 MH120142-01 A1 Melanie Bennett, University of Maryland, Baltimore
NIMH Community Partnered Approach to Implement Depression Screening in Black Churches 1 R01 MH121590-01A1 Sidney Hankerson, Columbia University
NIMHD and SGMRO Measuring Fluidity in Sexual Orientation Dimensions Prospectively and Retrospectively in a National Cohort of Adolescents and Young Adults 1 R21 MD015838-01 Sabra Katz-Wise, Boston Children's Hospital
NIMHD and SGMRO Identifying, Refining, and Testing Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Measures to Detect and Delineate Sexual and Gender Minority Populations for Population Research 1 R21 MD015878-01 Juno Obedin-Maliver, Stanford University
NINR Using Facebook and Participatory Learning in an Intergenerational Intervention to Prevent Obesity in Head Start Preschoolers 1 R21 NR017958-01A1 Jiying Ling, Michigan State University
NINR Reducing Particulate Matter-Associated Cardiovascular Health Effects for Seniors 2 R01 NR014484-06 Masako Morishita, Michigan State University
NINR Heart of the Family: A Cardiovascular Disease and Type 2 Diabetes Risk Reduction Intervention in High-Risk Rural Families 1 R01 NR019456-01 Gia Mudd, University of Kentucky
NINR Harnessing The Power of Peer Navigation and mHealth to Reduce Health Disparities in Appalachia 1-R01-NR019512-01 Scott Rhodes, Wake Forest University
NINR War of Attrition: Predicting Dropout from Pediatric Weight Management 1 R01 NR017639-01A1 Joseph Arnold Skelton, Wake Forest University

NIH-Sponsored Meetings, Workshops, and Conferences

Organization Project Title Contact Email
FIC 2020 Stigma Research Training Institute  Arianne Malekzadeh  arianne.malekzadeh@nih.gov
FIC Cross Border Collaboration Awards Concept Susan Vorkoper  susan.vorkoper@nih.gov
NCI Inaugural Conference of the Latin American Society for Physical Activity Research                David Berrigan berrigad@mail.nih.gov
NCI Translational Advances in Cancer Prevention Agent Development (Chemoprevention and Immunoprevention) Mark Miller mark.miller5@nih.gov
NHLBI Workshop: Improving Cardiovascular and Lung Health Across the Lifespan: Focus on E-Cigarette Use in Youth and Young Adults  Kate Stoney stoneyc@nhlbi.nih.gov
NIAAA Annual Society for Prevention Research Meeting Mariela Shirley 

shirleym@mail.nih.gov
 

NIAID Expanding Opportunities for Future Prevention Research and Training at the 22nd U.S.-Japan Annual Collaborative Meeting on Emerging Infectious Diseases 2020 Gayle Bernabe and Marissa Tan

gbernabe@niaid.nih.gov     marissa.tan@nih.gov

NICHD Workshop: Methods for Evaluating the Impact of Screening on Child Health Outcomes Gayle Bernabe and Marissa Tan

gbernabe@niaid.nih.gov     marissa.tan@nih.gov

NICHD Pregnancy and Maternal Conditions that Increase the Risk of Morbidity and Mortality Workshop Nahida Chakhtoura

nahida.chakhtoura@nih.gov

NINR Genomic Response to the Social Environment: Implications for Health Outcomes Workshop Lois Tully lois.tully@nih.gov

Federal Initiatives and Projects

Organization Project Title Contact Email
CDC CDC Community Guide Systematic Effectiveness Review: Digital Health Interventions Incorporating Behavior Change Techniques to Improve Lifestyle Behaviors Holly Wethington eyk5@cdc.gov
CDC CDC Community Guide Systematic Effectiveness Review: Tenant-Based Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) programs Holly Wethington  eyk5@cdc.gov
CDC Assessment of The Community Guide’s GuideCompass Tool Julie Zajac cgv7@cdc.gov
NCI Scientific and Technical Services for the Automated Self-Administered 24-hour (ASA24) Dietary Assessment System Christie Kaefer kaeferc@mail.nih.gov
NHGRI and OBSSR PhenX supplement for COVID-19 Survey Item Repository Bill Riley william.riley@nih.gov
NIEHS Limiting the Damage: Preventing Opioids Use in the Workplace during the COVID-19 Pandemic Chip Hughes hughes3@niehs.nih.gov
NIMHD U.S. Burden of Health Disparities by Race/Ethnicity, Sex, Socioeconomic Status, Age and Location Anna María Nápoles anna.napoles@nih.gov
OBSSR National Collaborative on Childhood Obesity Research (NCCOR) Coordinating Center  Deborah Young-Hyman deborah.young-hyman@nih.gov
ODPHP Healthy People 2030: Assessing the Well-Being of the Nation Emmeline Ochiai Emmeline.Ochiai@hhs.gov
Last updated on September 7, 2020