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PATRICK ALLARD
Application of Novel Approaches Towards Germline Toxicity Assessment (Burroughs Wellcome Fund, $500,000 for five years)

RICHARD AMBROSE
Assessing the Effects of Sediment Augmentation on the Marsh Plain and Tidal Creeks at the Seal Beach Wetland (California Coastal Conservancy & Southwest Wetlands Interpretive Association, $323,944 for six years)

Determining Long-Term Changes in Species Abundances and Community Structure in Southern California Rocky Intertidal Habitats (Department of the Interior Bureau of Ocean Energy Management & UC Santa Cruz, $519,966 for five years)

SUSAN BABEY
Estimating Pre-diabetes in California (California Center for Public Health Advocacy, $85,000 for one-and-a-half years)

SUDIPTO BANERJEE
Collaborative Research: Hierarchical Sparsity-Inducing Gaussian Process Models for Bayesian Inference on Large Spatiotemporal Datasets (National Science Foundation, $240,000 for three years)

ROSHAN BASTANI
UCLA Kaiser Permanente Health Equity Leaders National Network and Training Program (The East Bay Community Foundation, $132,250)

EMMELINE CHUANG
Qualitative Research, Project, Management, and Statistical Analysis (Children’s Bureau of Southern California, $489,729)

Mixed Methods Study of Organizational Supports Used by Private Child and Family Service Agencies to Facilitate Evidence Use (William T. Grant Foundation, $363,711 for two years)

BRIAN COLE
Bringing a Community Health Lens to Highway-to-Main Street Conversions Through the Integration of Top-Down Expert Guidance and Bottom-Up Community Engagement (California Department of Transportation & UC Berkeley, $158,397)

BURTON COWGILL
Development of an Afterschool Tobacco Use Prevention Program (UC Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program, $268,500 for two years)

E-cigarette Understanding and Use Among a Diverse Sample of Ethnic Minority Adolescents (National Cancer Institute, $154,000 for two years)

SANDRA DE CASTRO BUFFINGTON
Hollywood Understands Learning and Attention Issues (The Poses Family Foundation, $100,000)

Global Media Center for Social Impact Operating Funds Renewal (The Nathan Cummings Foundation, $100,000)

ROGER DETELS
Understanding Patterns of Healthy Aging Among Men Who Have Sex with Men (National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities & University of Pittsburgh, $354,982)

Serological Testosterone and Estrogen Levels Increase Risk for Anal Histological High-Grade Squamous Intraepithelial Lesions (HSIL) Natural History of AIDS in Homosexual Men (Wiley supplement) (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, $190,795)

DAVID EISENMAN
Building Resilient Regions: Workforce Capacity for Translation, Implementation and Evaluation of Promising Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Centers (PERRC) Products (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention & Association of Schools of Public Health, $1,077,392 for one-and-a-half years)

JONATHAN FIELDING, BRIAN COLE, AND FREDERICK ZIMMERMAN
Forecasting the Population Health Burden of Mental Health Disorders and Scenarios for Prevention and Treatment in Los Angeles County (Unihealth Foundation, $429,213 for two years)

UCLA Center for Health Advancement, Training and Technical Assistance for California Community Foundations Grant in the Centinela Valley (California Community Foundation, $150,000)

YVONNE FLORES
Genetic and Environmental Risk of Liver Disease/Cancer Among Mexicans (National Cancer Institute, $804,600 for five years)

JOHN FROINES
In Vivo Assessment of the Adjuvant Effect of Vaporphase Pollutants on Allergic Sensitization (South Coast Air Quality Management District, $172,000)

PATRICIA GANZ
A Model Clinical/Translational Research Program for Breast Cancer Survivors: A Focus on Cognitive Function after Breast Cancer Treatment (The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, $250,000)

Biobehavioral Predictors of Fatigue in Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer Patients (National Cancer Institute, $199,994)

GILBERT GEE
Dual-Cohort Prospective Study of Obesity (National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, $2,680,379 for five years)

BETH GLENN
Evaluation of “Within Our Reach” Project (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention & California Center for Public Health Advocacy, $110,000 for two-and-a-half years)

PAMINA GORBACH
Special Interest Project (SIP): HPV Vaccine Impact Among Men Who Have Sex with Men (MSM) (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention & University of Kentucky, $282,117 for four years)

JULIA HECK
Smoking and Embryonal Tumors Study (UC Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program, $436,915 for three years)

JODY HEYMANN
Leveraging Policies and Laws that Are Pro-women and Girls to Decrease Inequities in Health and Development Outcomes (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, $604,786)

Gender Equality and Economic Empowerment in 2030: A Data-Driven Approach to Advancing Evidence-Based Steps Critical to Achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5 (William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, $750,000)

Training Future Leaders to Accelerate Poverty Reduction and Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (Conrad Hilton Foundation, $5,440,000 for three years)

MOIRA INKELAS
Improvement Support to the Magnolia Place Community Initiative Network – Supplement (Children’s Bureau of Southern California, $50,000)

MICHAEL JERRETT
Health and Environment-Wide Associations Based on Large Population Surveys (European Union & UC Berkeley, $86,800 for three years)

LEEKA KHEIFETS
Comparative Analyses of Studies of EMF, Radon and Gamma Radiation (Electric Power Research Institute, $60,388)

KATHRYN KIETZMAN
Fee-for-Service or Managed Care? An Investigation of Dual Eligible Consumer Preferences for Health Care Delivery (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, $399,129 for one-and-a-half years)

GERALD KOMINSKI
Nutrition Education Obesity Prevention’s Synthesis of Program Impact Project (County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, $579,322)

Chronic Disease Prevention Strategy In Los Angeles (CDPS) Project – Health System Strategies Evaluation (County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, $178,439)

California Health Interview Survey Research Projects (The California Endowment, $793,000 for two years)

California Health Policy Research Program, Renewal 2016-2017 (The California Endowment & UC Berkeley, $68,500)

Demographic Analysis and Microsim Model Comparison and CHIS — Supplement (California Health Benefit Exchange, $2,500,000 for two years)

LI LI
UCLA/Vietnam Training Program in Evaluation and Advanced Methodologies (Fogarty International Center, $1,494,424 for five years)

ANNETTE MAXWELL
Building Mixtec Community Capacity for Breast Health, Phase 2 (UC/California Breast Cancer Research Program, $193,652 for two years)

FOLASADE (FOLA) MAY
A Community-Academic Partnership to Improve Colorectal Cancer Screening in South Los Angeles (Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation, $50,000)

NINEZ PONCE
Disaggregation of Health Data Across Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islanders (AANHPIs) (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, $100,000)

California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) (Kaiser Foundation Research Institute [Southern California], $1,100,000 for two years; CA/Department of Health Care Services, Fiscal Management and Outcomes Reporting Branch, $2,400,000 for three years; CA/Department of Health Care Services, Information Management Division, $6,000,000 for six years; California Children and Families Commission (First 5 California), $1,700,000 for two years; The California Endowment, $3,135,008 for two years; The California Wellness Foundation, $775,000 for two years)

AskCHIS Neighborhood Edition Application Program Interface (California Healthcare Foundation, $54,896)

Barriers to Breast Cancer Care (UC/California Breast Cancer Research Program, $92,416)

Sub-County CHIS Estimates Through AskCHIS Neighborhood Edition (Population Health Research Institute & CA/Department of Public Health, $59,000)

NADEREH POURAT
Identification of Assessment Measures for Child and Adolescent Functioning (CA/Department of Health Care Services, $436,970)

ANNE RIMOIN
Estimating Population Immunity to Poliovirus in the Democratic Republic of the Congo — Supplement (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, $597,076)

Digitization and Support for Development of a Human African Trypanosomiasis Information and Decision and Support System in Democratic Republic of the Congo (Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, $203,375)

BEATE RITZ
Air Pollution and Autism in Denmark (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $361,578 for two years)

Psychosocial Stressors, Air Pollution and Childhood Respiratory Health in Los Angeles Family and Neighborhood Survey (LAFANS) (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $137,580 for two years)

Pesticide Exposure and Cerebral Palsy (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $154,000 for two years)

Autism Metabolomics and Environment (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $436,457 for two years)

DAMLA SENTURK
Modeling Time-Dynamic Multilevel Outcomes in Patients on Dialysis (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, $1,354,810 for four years)

DAMLA SENTURK, DONATELLO TELESCA, AND CATHERINE SUGAR
A Unified Longitudinal Functional Data Framework for the Analysis of Complex Biomedical Data (National Institute of General Medical Sciences, $1,355,981 for four years)

SANGHYUK SHIN
Partnership for TB Elimination: Preventing Tuberculosis Among Foreign Born Persons Seeking Permanent Residency in Los Angeles County (Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, $175,000 for two years)

ANNETTE STANTON
Understanding and Improving the Experience of Breast Cancer (The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, $250,000)

ONDINE VON EHRENSTEIN AND BEATE RITZ
Childhood Autism and Air Pollution — A Statewide Study (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $437,220 for two years)

HUA ZHOU
Tensor Regressions and Applications in Neuroimaging Data Analysis (National Science Foundation, $85,599 for two years)

FREDERICK ZIMMERMAN
Fostering Win-Win Collaboration Across Sectors: Technical Assistance in Communication and Implementation Using Evidence from an Economic Model (De Beaumont Foundation, $919,759 for two years)