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National Cancer Institute - PAR-16-380

Fundamental Mechanisms of Affective and Decisional Processes in Cancer Control 

Scientific Merit Review
Advisory Council Review
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       Department of Defense                                                                                          $499,596 
      U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command                            Fall 2017 - Spring 2020             
             Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs
      Orthotics and Prosthetics Outcomes Research Program Prosthetics Outcomes Research Award - Funding Level 2 - Clinical Trial
      Project:      Targeting Balance Confidence as a Strategy to Increase Integration and Improve Outcomes in Users of Lower-Limb Prostheses 
      Role:          Statistics Consultant
      Project PI:  Noah Rosenblatt, Ph.D.

        Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/DePaul University    $96,646

        Collaborative Research Grant                                                                                 4/1/2017 - 6/30/2018

        Project:        Psychosocial stressors and physical health symptoms predicting health behaviors among undergraduate students
        Role:            Co-Investigator

        Project PIs:  Rachel Greenley, Ph.D. & Susan Tran, Ph.D. 

      National Institute of Child Health and Human Development                             $2,888,428
       R01(NIH # R01-HD-072293)                                                                                   7/5/2013 - 4/30/2018

       Project:     Social ecology and the prevention of suicide and aggression in African American youth            

       Role:         Statistics Consultant

       Project PI: LaVome Robinson, Ph.D. & Leonard Jason, Ph.D. – DePaul University


        Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/DePaul University    $34,845

        Collaborative Research Grant                                                                                 12/1/2015 - 3/31/2017

        Project:        An evaluation of viral prevalence and activity in patients with multiple sclerosis 
        Role:            Statistics Consultant

        Project PIs:  David Everly, Ph.D., Joseph Reynolds, Ph.D., & Matthew Sorenson, Ph.D.       

        Northwestern University                                                                                       $5,000

        Northwestern University Faculty Research Grant                                                   9/2013 - 8/2014

        Project:      A Longitudinal Investigation of Body Image Disturbance in College Women                                                                 

        Role:         Statistics Consultant

        Project PI:  Renee Engeln, Ph.D. - Northwestern University        

        National Institute of Mental Health                                                                      $167,372                                                                                                   `

        K01 Award (UIC PAF 2009-06029; NIH # 5-K01-MH-089729)                           1/2010 - 1/2015        

        Project:     Faith-based HIV prevention for African American Mothers and Daughters

        Role:        Statistics Consultant

        Project PI: Chisina Kapungu Kamba, Ph.D. - University of Illinois, Chicago

        Center for Disease Control                                                                                  $383,817

        Grant #1H75DP001814-01                                                                                     9/1/2008 – 8/31/2009    

        Center Grant:     The Transdisciplinary Approach to Prevent Obesity: From Infancy to Adulthood”    

        Center Director:  Shari McMahan, Ph.D. - Dept. of Kinesiology - California State University, Fullerton

        Project:     “Latina Mothers´ Feeding Decisions”        

        Role:         Co-PI

        Project PI:  Jie Weiss, Ph.D. - California State University, Fullerton


        California State University, Fullerton                                                                 $980

        Faculty Development Center

        Faculty-Student Research/Creative Activity Grant

        Project:     “Differentiating Perceived and Measured Physiological Correlates of Anxiety

        Role:         PI (with Lindsey S. Mills)


        California State University, Fullerton                                                                $6,500

        Office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs

        Probationary Faculty Stipend for Research toward Tenure

        Project:     “Intra-individual variability in anxiety and personality”

        Role:         PI


        California State University, Fullerton                                                                $4,523

        Office of Grants and Contracts

        Special Fund for Research, Scholarship, & Creative Activity Mini-Grant

        Project:     “Understanding the Dimensions Involved in Mood Regulation

        Role:         PI


        Loyola University Chicago - Psychology Department                                     $1,200

        Research Initiative Grant (w/ James E. Johnson, Ph.D.) 

        Project:     “Using Trait Physiological Hyperarousal to Predict Daily Experiences of Anxiety”               

        Role:         PI (with James E. Johnson, Ph.D.)


        Illinois State University - Graduate School                                                        $400


        (Internal grant in support of thesis and dissertation research)

        Project:     “The Effects of Anxiety and Depression on Decision-Making”

        Role:         PI (supervised by Salvatore J. Catanzaro, Ph.D.)