2022 Co-Funded Research Projects

The ODP provided limited co-funding to NIH Institutes, Centers, and Offices, and other agencies in 2022 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
NCATS Analytics & Machine-learning for Maternal-health Interventions (AMMI): A Cross-CTSA Collaboration 1 U01 TR003629-01A1 Javed Mostafa, North Carolina University at Chapel Hill
NCATS University of Buffalo Clinical and Translational Science Institute - Supplement Schulyer 3 UL1 TR001412-07S2 Timothy Murphy, State University of New York at Buffalo
NCCIH A Pragmatic Trial of Parent-focused Prevention in Pediatric Primary Care: Implementation and Adolescent Health Outcomes in Three Health Systems 5 UH3 AT009838-05 Margaret Kuklinski, University of Washington
NCCIH Emotional Well-Being and Economic Burden Research Network 5 U24 AT011310-02 Maria Pisu, University of Alabama at Birmingham 
NCCIH Mindfulness-Based Intervention for Depression and Insulin Resistance in Adolescents 5 R01 AT011008-03 Lauren Shomaker, Colorado State University
NCCIH Network to Advance the Study of Mechanisms Underlying Mind-Body Interventions and Measurement of Emotional Wellbeing 5 U24 AT011281-02 Crystal Park, University of Connecticut
NCCIH NIH Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory-Coordinating Center (U24) 2 U24 AT009676-06 Adrian Hernandez, Duke University
NCCIH The plasticity of well-being: A research network to define, measure and promote human flourishing 5 U24 AT011289-02 Richard Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
NCI Advancing Equitable Risk-based Breast Cancer Screening and Surveillance in Community Practice 2 P01 CA154292-11 Diana Miglioretti, University of California at Davis
NCI Improving Breast Cancer Risk Prediction for African American Women: Consideration of Estrogen Receptor Subtype-Specific Risk Factors 5 R01 CA228357-04 Julie Palmer, Boston University
NCI Increasing Physical Activity in Rural Pennsylvanians: The PA Moves Trial 1 R01 CA268017-01 Kathryn Schmitz, Pennsylvania State University
NCI Promoting Smoke-Free Homes in Rural American Indian Households 1 R01 CA268024-01 Michelle Kegler, Emory University
NCI Rural Engagement in TelemedTeam for Options in Obesity Treatment Solutions (RE-TOOL) 1 R01 CA268034-01 Christie Befort, University of Kansas Medical Center
NHLBI Early Intervention to Promote Cardiovascular Health of Mothers and Children (ENRICH) Multisite Resource and Coordinating Center 1 U24 HL163114-01 Cynthia Minkovitz, Johns Hopkins University
NHLBI NIH Summer Institute: Innovative Approaches to Randomized Behavioral Clinical Trials 5 R25 HL149668-03 Ken Freedland, Washington University
NHLBI RURAL: Risk Underlying Rural Areas Longitudinal Cohort Study 3 U01 HL146382-02S3 Vasan Ramachandran, Boston University Medical Center
NHLBI Society of Behavioral Medicine 2022 Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions 1 R13 HL163945-01 David Conroy, Society of Behavioral Medicine
NHLBI Strengthening Causal Inference in Behavioral Obesity Research 5 R25 HL124208-08 David Allison, Indiana University Bloomington
NHLBI U.S. Ten Day Seminar on the Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Stroke 1 R13 HL165775-01 Cheryl Ann Marie Anderson, University of California, San Diego
NIA A Planning Project to Pilot Test and Optimize Dietary Approaches to Slow Aging and Design a Long-Term Trial 5 U01 AG073204-02 Corby Martin, LSU Pennington Biomedical Research Center
NIA Benefits and Harms of Long-term Osteoporosis Pharmacotherapy: Impact of Treatment Length, Type, Switching, and Holidays 1 R01 AG078759-01 Kaleen Hayes, Brown University
NIA Calculator for Length of Use of Bisphosphonates (CLUB) 1 R01 AG079118-01 Laura Carbone, Augusta University
NIA Comparative Effectiveness and Safety of Osteoporosis Drug Therapies 1 R01 AG079113-01 Juan Brito Campana, Mayo Clinic Rochester
NIA Health Aging & Later-Life Outcomes Planning (HALLO-P) 5 U01 AG073240-02 Stephen Kritchevsky, Wake Forest University
NIA Multicomponent intervention to improve delirium and sleep-wake rhythms in older ICU patients 3 K76 AG059936-05S1 Biren Kamdar, University of California, San Diego
NIA National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health (Add Health): Wave VI Core Project 5 U01 AG071448-02 Bob Hummer and Allison Aiello, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
NIAAA JUNTOS (TOGETHER): Development of a Family-Based Latino Youth Use Preventive Intervention 5 K01 AA028057-03 Elma Lorenzo-Blanco, University of Texas at Austin
NIAAA Society for Prevention Research Annual Meetings, 2022-2026 2 R13 AA025540-07 Guillermo Prado, Society for Prevention Research
NIAMS Pooling International Cohort Studies of Long-Term Bisphosphonate Use and Atypical Femur Fractures 1 R01 AR082562-01 Doug Bauer, California University, San Francisco
NIBIB Center for Point-of-Care Technologies Research for Sexually Transmitted Diseases 5 U54 EB007958-15 Yukari Manabe, Johns Hopkins University
NICHD 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 Family Well-Being Research Network (FAM-NET): Measuring Family Well-Being across the Lifespan 5 U24 HD107562-02 Lisa Prosser, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

Modular Convertible Child Safety Seat to Improve Usage

2 R44 HD096963-02A1 Nick Rydberg, Minnesota Health Solutions Corporation
NIDA Project SMART: Social Media Anti-vaping Messages to Reduce ENDS Use Among Sexual and Gender Minority Teens 3 R01 DA054236-02S1 Andy Tan, University of Pennsylvania
NIDA Training Institutes for Mobile Health (mHealth) Methodologies 5 R25 DA038167-08 Vivek Shetty, University of California, Los Angeles
NIDDK Mentored Education for Dissemination and Implementation Science (MEDIS) Program 5 R25 DK123008-02 Debra Haire-Joshu and Ross Brownson, Washington University
NIDDK North Carolina Consortium for Diversity Career Development in Nutrition, Obesity, and Diabetes Research 1 U24 DK132715-01 Elizabeth Mayer-Davis, North Carolina University at Chapel Hill
NIDDK Predicting Weight Regain Following Weight Loss Using Physiological Measures of Appetite and Energy Expenditure 4 UH3 DK128298-02 Michael Lowe, Drexel University
NIDDK Predictors of Recidivism to Obesity in Weight-Reduced Individuals 4 UH3 DK128302-02 Rudolph Leibel, Columbia University
NIDDK UCLA LIFT-UP (Leveraging Institutional support For Talented, Underrepresented Physicians and/or Scientists) 1 U24 DK132746-01 Obidiugwu Kenrik Duru, University of California Los Angeles
NIMH A multi-level approach to improve HIV prevention and care for transgender women of color 1 R01 MH129285-01A1 Jeanne Sevelius, University of California, San Francisco
NIMH A Multimodal Parent-focused Intervention for Vulnerable Populations in the Bronx 5 R01 MH126821-02 Vilma Gabbay, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
NIMH Community Partnered Approach to Implement Depression Screening in Black Churches 5 R01 MH121590-02 Sidney Hankerson, Columbia University
NIMH eSTEP: An integrated mHealth intervention to engage high-risk individuals along the full PrEP care continuum 1 R34 MH129279-01A1 Keith Horvath, San Diego State University
NIMH Personalized Prevention for Couples 5 R01 MH126880-02 Jason Mitchell, Florida International University
NIMH Scaling a Parenting EBI for Latinx Youth Mental Health in Primary Care 5 R01 MH124718-02 Guillermo Prado, University of Miami
NIMHD Preventing Youth Violence Through Building Equitable Communities: An Evaluation of a Multisystemic Intervention 1 R01 MD017477-01 Krista Mehari, University of South Alabama
NIMHD TRUE HAVEN: TRUsted rEsidents and Housing Assistance to decrease Violence Exposure in New Haven 1 R01 MD017526-01 Brita Roy, Yale University
NIMHD VALE+TU SALUD: Corner-Based Randomized Trial to Test a Latino Day Laborer Program Adapted to Prevent COVID-19 5 R01 MD016328-02 Maria Fernandez-Esquer, University of Texas-Houston
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) 5 R01 NR019275-02 Maureen George, Columbia University
NINR Heart of the Family: A Cardiovascular Disease and Type 2 Diabetes Risk Reduction Intervention in High-Risk Rural Families 5 R01 NR019456-03 Gia Mudd, University of Kentucky
NINR Intensifying Community Referrals for Health: The SINCERE Intervention to Address COVID-19 Health Disparities 5 R01 NR019944-02 Andrea Wallace, University of Utah
NINR Reducing Particulate Matter-Associated Cardiovascular Health Effects for Seniors 5 R01 NR014484-08 Masako Morishita, Michigan State University
NINR War of Attrition: Predicting Dropout from Pediatric Weight Management 5 R01 NR017639-04 Joseph Arnold Skelton, Wake Forest University

NIH-Sponsored Meetings, Workshops, and Conferences

Organization Project Title Contact Email
FIC Global Food Insecurity Webinar Series Susan Vorkoper vorkopersc@mail.nih.gov
NCI 2nd Biennial Translational Advances in Cancer Prevention Agent Development (TACPAD) Mark Miller mark.miller5@nih.gov
NCI 15th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health Gila Neta gila.neta@nih.gov
NHLBI Advancing Interventions to Reduce Obesity Disparities in Underrepresented Adult Populations: State of the Science, Knowledge Gaps, and Research Opportunities Laurie Donze laurie.donze@nih.gov
NHLBI The Science of Precision Prevention: Research Opportunities and Clinical Applications to Reduce Disparities in Cardiovascular Health Charlotte Pratt prattc@nhlbi.nih.gov

Federal Initiatives and Projects

Organization Project Title Contact Email
CDC Community Guide Systematic Reviews Related to Health Disparities and Mental Health Holly Wethington eyk5@cdc.gov
NCI NCCOR Coordinating Center David Berrigan db353e@nih.gov
NCI Scientific and Technical Services for the Automated Self-Administered 24-hour (ASA24) Dietary Assessment System Christie Kaefer kaeferc@mail.nih.gov
NIEHS Workplace Opioids Prevention and Mitigation Training During the COVID-19 Crisis Chip Hughes hughes3@niehs.nih.gov
ODPHP Healthy People 2030: Assessing the Well-Being of the Nation Emmeline Ochiai Emmeline.Ochiai@hhs.gov
ODPHP Using Healthy People 2030 to Advance Health Equity: Data Visualization and Disparities Measurement Emmeline Ochiai Emmeline.Ochiai@hhs.gov
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