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Contract & Grants 2013-2014

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This section includes new contracts and grants awarded in 2013-14. Due to space limitations, only funds of $50,000 or more are listed, by principal investigator.

EMMELINE CHUANG
VA Women's Health Patient Aligned Care Teams (WH-PACTS) Women's Health Teamlet Evaluation (WH-TE) (Veterans Affairs, $231,000)

SANDRA DE CASTRO BUFFINGTON
Global Media Center for Social Impact Operating Funds (The Nathan Cummings Foundation, $75,000)

ROGER DETELS AND SUNG-JAE LEE
UCLA/Myanmar Training Program in Advanced HIV/AIDS Methodologies (Fogarty International Center, $1,434,851 for 5 years); UCLA/Thailand Ministry of Public Health Epidemiology Training Program on AIDS (Fogarty International Center, $1,477,670 for 5 years)

ROGER DETELS AND OTONIEL MARTINEZ-MAZA
The Natural History of AIDS in Homosexual Men (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, $21,998,203 for 5 years)

DAVID EISENMAN AND DEBORAH GLIK
Examining the Relationship Between Public Health Departments and the Nongovernmental Sector to Support Stronger Partnerships for Effective Recovery (DHHS/Office of Assistant Secretary of Planning and Evaluation & RAND Corporation, $153,804 for 2 years)

Dr. Chandra Ford, associate professor of community health sciences, examines disparities in HIV testing and care.

CHANDRA FORD
HIV Testing, Linkage and Retention in Care: Contextual Factors and Disparities (National Institute of Nursing Research, $1,548,950 for 4 years)

PATRICIA GANZ
Stress Reduction and Healthy Living in Younger Breast Cancer Survivors: Intervention Development and Evaluation (Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, $625,000 for 3 years); UCLA Center of Excellence for Cancer Survivorship (Livestrong Foundation, $679,150 for 3 years); Livestrong Survivorship Study for Young Adults with Cancer (Livestrong Foundation & Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, $113,550)

DEBORAH GLIK AND DAVID EISENMAN
The Effect of Variations in Commercial Mobile Alert Service (CMAS) Message Content and Social Setting on Behavioral and Psycho-Physiological Response Among Diverse Populations (U.S. Department of Homeland Security, $964,111 for 2 years)

PAMINA GORBACH
UCLA/Cambodia HIV/AIDS Training Program in Data Management and Analysis (Fogarty International Center, $1,441,711 for 5 years); 24 Month Challenge: Acceptability of Bio-Surveillance Household Devices in Peru and Cambodia (U.S. Navy Office of Naval Research & Tulane University, $164,863); The Microbicide Trials Network (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases & Magee-Womens Hospital, Research Institute and Foundation, $263,950 for 7 years)

JULIA HECK
Maternal Comorbidities, Prescription Drug Use in Pregnancy and Childhood Cancer (National Cancer Institute, $322,558 for 2 years)

JODY HEYMANN
Progress of Women and Girls: A Focus on Gain and Gaps in Global Policies Since the 1995 Beijing Platform for Action (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, $678,652); Public Policies for Economic and Population Health: A Focus on Girls and Women (William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, $1,100,000 for 2 years)

MOIRA INKELAS
Identifying Measures and Methods for Evaluating and Driving Change in Community Systems (Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, $100,000)

MARJORIE KAGAWA-SINGER
Increasing Diversity in Cancer Control Research (Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research - MTPCCR) (National Cancer Institute & UC San Francisco, $135,235)

LEEKA KHEIFETS
Pooled Analysis of Childhood Leukemia and Distance to Power Lines (Electric Power Research Institute [EPRI], $434,782 for 2 years)

GERALD KOMINSKI, DYLAN ROBY AND NADEREH POURAT
Evaluation and Transition Planning for the Low Income Health Program (CA/Department of Health Care Services, $1,668,776 for 3 years); California Health Policy Research Program Renewal (The California Endowment & UC Berkeley, $296,521 for 2 years)

ANNETTE MAXWELL
Alliance for Reducing Cancer Northwest (National Association of Chronic Disease Director & University of Washington, $137,899 for 3 years)

WILLIAM McCARTHY AND LILLIAN GELBERG
Is MYPLATE.GOV Approach to Helping Overweight Patients Lose Weight More Patient-Centered? (Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute, $1,930,205 for 3 years)

YING-YING MENG
Oral Health and Nutrition Exploratory Study (Los Angeles County Children and Families First [AKA First 5 LA], $78,150); Health and Health Behaviors of Japanese Americans (Keiro, $79,885); Chronic Illness Burden in California (California Healthcare Foundation, $54,043)

JACK NEEDLEMAN
Nurse Driven Staffing Project (Valley Medical Center, $53,662; SEIU United Long Term Care Workers, $53,662); The Effect of Changes in the Emergency Medical Treatment and Active Labor Act (EMTALA) Policies on Hospital Utilization and Patient Safety (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, $100,000 for 2 years)

NINEZ PONCE
Medi-Cal Monitoring with the California Health Interview Survey (California Healthcare Foundation, $150,000)

NINEZ PONCE AND DAVID GRANT
California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) (County of Sonoma, $140,000 for 2 years; DHHS/Agency for Health Care Research and Quality, $99,719 for 2 years; California Children and Families Commission, $1,500,000 for 1.5 years; CA/Department of Health Care Services, $1,600,000 for 2 years); 2013-2014 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS 2013-2014) Public Health Institute-Community Transformation Grant Three County Oversample (DHHS/Centers for Disease Control & Public Health Institute, $196,020 for 2 years)

NADEREH POURAT
Health Care Coverage Needs of Uninsured Populations After Implementation of the Affordable Care Act (Blue Shield of California Research and Education Foundation & UC Berkeley, $56,879); Case Studies of Integration of Medical, Behavioral, and Social Services in Safety Net-Based Medical Homes (Blue Shield of California Research and Education Foundation & UC San Francisco, $119,990)

NADEREH POURAT AND GERALD KOMINSKI
Evaluation of the Delivery System Reform Incentive Pool (DSRIP) Program (CA/Department of Health Care Services, $1,000,000 for 2 years; Blue Shield of California Research and Education Foundation, $650,000 for 2 years)

DYLAN ROBY
Facilitating the Low Income Health Program (LIHP) Transition: Community Training and Data Reports (Blue Shield of California Research and Education Foundation, $124,516)

DYLAN ROBY AND DAVID ZINGMOND
Adult Medicaid Quality Grant (CA/Department of Health Care Services, $300,000)

ANNETTE STANTON
Contributors to Adherence in Breast Cancer Patients Initiating Endocrine Therapies (The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, $240,000)

DONATELLO TELESCA
Consistent Model Selection in the PÈN Setting (National Cancer Institute & Texas A&M University, $91,414 for 2 years)

ONDINE VON EHRENSTEIN
Pesticide Exposure and Childhood Autism (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $407,266 for 2 years)

STEVEN WALLACE
Describing Dignity Driven Decision Making (D4M) (The Scan Foundation, $166,313 for 1.5 years); Unauthorized Immigrant Health Subcontract (The California Endowment & University of Southern California, $59,000)

STEVEN WALLACE AND JANET FRANK
Emerging Issues in Minority Aging Research (National Institute on Aging, $250,000 for 5 years)

WENG KEE WONG
Designing Efficient Designs Under Model Uncertainty for Biological Studies (National Institute of General Medical Sciences, $1,040,319 for 4 years)