Funded Research Proposals

Ashley Felix, Assistant Professor in the Division of Epidemiology, received a Cancer Control Program Seed Grant entitled, "A Pilot Study to Assess Patient-Reported Outcomes Among Endometrial Cancer Patients" from the OSU Comprehensive Cancer Center in the amount of $19,445.

Liz Klein, Associate Professor in the Division of Health Behavior and Health Promotion, received a subaward from Nationwide Children's Hospital as part of its CDC award entitled, "Center for Injury Research and Policy" in the amount of $46,628.

Amy Ferketich, Professor in the Division of Epidemiology, recently received an award from the Ohio Department of Health entitled “Tobacco disparities demonstration project” in the amount of $161,544.

Brittney Francis, Graduate Fellow in Public Health, recently received a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Research Scholar Award in the amount of $120,000.

Maria Gallo, Associate Professor in the Division of Epidemiology, recently received a Society of Family Planning award entitled “Debunking myths about contraceptive safety among women in Kingston, Jamaica: randomized controlled trial” in the amount of $120,000.

Ayaz Hyder, Assistant Professor in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences, recently received an Innovation Lab Award from SUNY Buffalo to attend the “Radical Solutions to the Opioid Misuse Epidemic” conference (funding covers conference attendance).

William C. Miller, Chair and Professor in the Division of Epidemiology, recently received a National Institute on Drug Abuse UG3 entitled "Implementing a Community-Based Response to the Opioid Epidemic in Rural Ohio" in the amount of $1,147,821.

Haikady Nagaraja, Professor in the Division of Biostatistics, recently received a Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital award entitled “MHC complement variants in disease susceptibility of idiopathic inflammatory myopathies” in the amount of $8,552.

Julianna Nemeth, Assistant Professor of Practice in the Division of Health Behavior and Health Promotion, recently received a National Cancer Institute K07 award entitled “Development of a contextually tailored and optimized smoking cessation intervention for homeless youth” in the amount of $650,325.

Steve Oghumu, Research Scientist and Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Division of Environmental Health Sciences, recently received a National Cancer Institute K01 award entitled “Mechanisms of Oral Cancer Inhibition by Bioactive Phytochemicals in Black Raspberries” in the amount of $715,075.

Megan Roberts, Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Behavior and Health Promotion, recently received a National Cancer Institute R21 award entitled “Evaluating how licensing-law strategies will change neighborhood disparities in tobacco retailer density” in the amount of $323,458.

Julie Robbins, Clinical Assistant Professor in the Division of Health Services Management and Policy, recently received an American College of Health Executives award entitled “ACHE CEO Survey” in the amount of $25,000.

Andy Wapner, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Center for Public Health Practice, recently received an award from Columbia University entitled “Webinars for NY State Association of County Health Officials” in the amount of $4,700.

Andy Wapner, Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of the Center for Public Health Practice, recently received an award from Gallia County Health Department entitled “Gallia County Strategic Planning” in the amount of $6,400.