2021 Co-Funded Research Projects

The ODP provided limited co-funding to NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices, and other agencies in 2021 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 Building Capacity to Evaluate Package of Essential Non-Communicable Disease Interventions (PEN) in Nepal - An Implementation Study 1 R21 TW011718-02 Archana Shrestha, Dhulikhel Hospital-Kathmandu University
NCCIH Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Depression and Insulin Resistance in Adolescents 1 U01 AT011008-02 Lauren Shomaker, Colorado State University
NCCIH Emotional Well-Being and Economic Burden Research Network 1 U24 AT011310-01 Maria Pisu, University of Alabama at Birmingham 
NCCIH Network to Advance the Study of Mechanisms Underlying Mind-Body Interventions and Measurement of Emotional Wellbeing 1 U24 AT011281-01 Crystal Park, University of Connecticut
NCCIH The plasticity of well-being: A research network to define, measure and promote human flourishing 5 U24 AT011289-01 Richard Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
NCCIH A Pragmatic Trial of Parent-focused Prevention in Pediatric Primary Care: Implementation and Adolescent Health Outcomes in Three Health Systems 5 UH3 AT009838-04 Margaret Kuklinski, University of Washington
NCI Improving Breast Cancer Risk Prediction for African American Women: Consideration of Estrogen Receptor Subtype-Specific Risk Factors 5 R01 CA228357-03 Julie Palmer, Boston University

StandUpTV: Reducing sedentary screen time in adults

1 R01 CA239612-02 Matthew Buman, Arizona State University
NCI Physical Activity, Sedentary Behavior, and Cancer Incidence in Women 5 R01 CA227122-03 Kelly Evenson, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
NHLBI Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions 1 R13 HL158147-01 Monica Baskin, University of Alabama at Birmingham
NHLBI U.S. Ten Day Seminar on the Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke 1 R13 HL160088-01 Cheryl Ann Marie Anderson, University of California-San Diego

National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health): Wave VI Cognition and Early Risk Factors for Dementia Project

1 U01 AG071450-01 Bob Hummer and Allison Aiello, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
NIA A Planning Project to Pilot Test and Optimize Dietary Approaches to Slow Aging and Design a Long-Term Trial 1 U01 AG073204-01 Corby Martin, LSU Pennington Biomedical Research Center
NIA Health Aging & Later-Life Outcomes Planning (HALLO-P) 1 U01 AG073240-01 Stephen Kritchevsky, Wake Forest University

Society for Prevention Research Annual Meetings, 2017-2021

5 R13 AA025540-06 Guillermo Prado, University of Miami
NIAAA JUNTOS (TOGETHER): Development of a Family-Based Latino Youth Use Preventive Intervention 5 K01 AA028057-02 Elma Lorenzo-Blanco, University of Texas-Austin
NIBIB Center for Point-of-Care Technologies Research for Sexually Transmitted Diseases 5 U54 EB007958-14 Charlotte Ann Gaydos, Johns Hopkins University

A Randomized, Controlled Trial of a Telephone-Based Developmental Care Coordination System

5 R01 HD092406-04 Paul Chung, Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine
NICHD Social and Economic Determinants of Maternal Morbidity in the United States 3 R03 HD100709-02S1 Sara Markowitz, National Bureau of Economic Research
NICHD Assessing the Benefits Versus Harms of Universal Autism Screening in a Community-based Sample 5 P50 HD093074-05 Geraldine Dawson and Scott Kollins, Duke University
NICHD Family Well-Being Research Network (FAM-NET): Measuring Family Well-Being across the Lifespan 1 U24 HD107562-01 Lisa Prosser, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
NIDDK Predicting Weight Regain Following Weight Loss Using Physiological Measures of Appetite and Energy Expenditure 1 UG3 DK128298-01 Michael Lowe, Drexel University
NIDDK Predictors of Recidivism to Obesity in Weight-Reduced Individuals 1 UG3 DK128302-01 Rudolph Leibel, Columbia University
NIMH A Multimodal Parent-focused Intervention for Vulnerable Populations in the Bronx 1 R01 MH126821-01 Vilma Gabbay, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
NIMH Scaling a Parenting EBI for Latinx Youth Mental Health in Primary Care 1 R01 MH124718-01A1 Guillermo Prado, University of Miami
NIMH Personalized Prevention for Couples 1 R01 MH126880-01A1 Jason Mitchell, Florida International University
NIMHD VALE+TU SALUD: Corner-Based Randomized Trial to Test a Latino Day Laborer Program Adapted to Prevent COVID-19 1 R01 MD016328-01 Maria Fernandez-Esquer, University of Texas-Houston
NINR Intensifying Community Referrals for Health: The SINCERE Intervention to Address COVID-19 Health Disparities 1 R01 NR019944-01 Andrea Wallace, University of Utah
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 BREATHE: An efficacy-implementation trial of a brief shared decision-making intervention among Black adults with uncontrolled Asthma in Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) 1 R01 NR019275-01A1 Maureen George, Columbia University
NINR War of Attrition: Predicting Dropout from Pediatric Weight Management 1 R01 NR017639-01A1 Joseph Arnold Skelton, Wake Forest University
NINR Reducing Particulate Matter-Associated Cardiovascular Health Effects for Seniors 2 R01 NR014484-08 Masako Morishita, Michigan State University
OBSSR and NHLBI Strengthening Causal Inference in Behavioral Obesity Research R25 HL124208-06 David Allison, Indiana University Bloomington
OBSSR and NIDA Training Institutes for Mobile Health (mHealth) Methodologies R25 DA038167-06 Vivek Shetty, University of California, Los Angeles
OBSSR and NIDA States' COVID-19 Mitigation Policies and Psychological Health, Drug Overdose, and Suicide among U.S. Adults 1 U01 DA055972-01 Shannon Monnat, Syracuse University
OBSSR and NIDDK Mentored Education for Dissemination and Implementation Science (MEDIS) Program R25 DK123008-01 Debra Haire-Joshu and Ross Brownson, Washington University
SGMRO and NIDA Impact of a reduced nicotine standard and menthol cigarette ban on reinforcing properties of cigarette smoking among Sexual and Gender Minority (SGM) young adults 3 R01 DA050990-02S1 Amy Cohn, University of Oklahoma
SGMRO and NIMHD 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
SGMRO and NIMHD 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

NIH-Sponsored Meetings, Workshops, and Conferences

Organization Project Title Contact Email
NCI 13th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health Gila Neta gila.neta@nih.gov
NHLBI Identifying Research Opportunities and Challenges in Precision Nutrition  Charlotte Pratt prattc@nhlbi.nih.gov
NHLBI and ONR Addressing Nutrition Disparities and Social Determinants of Health: From Food Insecurity to Neighborhood and Built Environment  Alison Brown alison.brown@nih.gov

Federal Initiatives and Projects

Organization Project Title Contact Email
CDC Community Guide Systematic Review: Effectiveness of Park, Trail and Greenspace Interventions to Improve Health and Health-related Outcomes Holly Wethington eyk5@cdc.gov
CDC Community Guide Systematic Review: Digital Health Interventions to Increase Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Holly Wethington eyk5@cdc.gov
CDC Systematic Scoping Review of Community Preventive Services Task Force Priority Topics to Inform Community Guide Intervention Review Projects Holly Wethington eyk5@cdc.gov
NCI Scientific and Technical Services for the Automated Self-Administered 24-hour (ASA24) Dietary Assessment System Christie Kaefer kaeferc@mail.nih.gov
NCI Dissemination and implementation science models for health equity - expansion of an interactive webtool to incorporate health equity constructs and guidance Gila Neta gila.neta@nih.gov
NCI NCCOR Coordinating Center David Berrigan db353e@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 Nápoles anna.napoles@nih.gov
OBSSR NASEM Consensus Report: Future Directions for Applying Behavioral Economics to Policy Alyssa Dolge alyssa.dolge@nih.gov
ODPHP Building the Foundation of Healthy People 2030 Data Visualization and Disparities Measurement  Emmeline Ochiai Emmeline.Ochiai@hhs.gov
ODPHP Implementation and Dissemination of Evidence-Based Resources to Achieve the Healthy People 2030 Goals and Objectives Emmeline Ochiai Emmeline.Ochiai@hhs.gov
NASEM Consensus Study Panel on Measuring Sex, Gender Identity, and Sexual Orientation
Karen Parker klparker@mail.nih.gov
Last updated on March 4, 2022