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Recently Awarded Grants

Rebecca Sudore and team: a grant of $650,000 from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation for a project entitled, “Integration of easy-to-read, culturally-appropriate, evidenced-based advance directives for all US states into the PREPARE website.”

Mark Anderson and team: a grant of $578,000 from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases for a project entitled, “Using human stem cell-derived thymic epithelium to remodel T1D immune tolerance.”

Rena Pasick and team: a grant of $300,000 from the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation for a project entitled, “Second opinions and the treatment gradient experienced by African American breast cancer patients: An exploratory study.”

Tim Lane and team: a grant of $255,000 from the National Institute of Mental Health for a project entitled, “Peer navigation to improve engagement in care for HIV-positive MSM in South Africa.”

Alexander Marson and team: a grant of $2,378,000 from the National Institute on Drug Abuse for a project entitled, “Functional testing of host genes that control HIV latency in primary immune cells.”

Mark Looney and team: a grant of $452,000 from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for a project entitled, “Fine-tuning the neutrophilic response to pneumonia.”

Wendy Anderson and team: a grant of $213,000 from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation for a project entitled, “Creating free web content to demonstrate the crucial role nurses play in palliative care communication in the ICU: A partnership between IMPACT-ICU and VitalTalk.”

Esteban Burchard and team: a grant of $801,000 from the National Institute on Minority Health & Health Disparities for a project entitled, “Genes, air pollution, and asthma severity in minority children.”

Rena Pasick and team: a grant of $652,000 from the National Cancer Institute for a project entitled, “Comparison of 3 modes of genetic counseling in high-risk public hospital patients.”

Alison Huang and team: a grant of $576,000 from the National Institute on Aging for a project entitled, “Transdermal nitroglycerin therapy for menopausal hot flashes.”

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