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RICHARD AMBROSE
Fighting Drought with Stormwater
UC Office of the President and University of California, Irvine, $418,421 for three years

SUDIPTO BANERJEE
Hierarchical Modeling and Analysis for Large Spatially and Temporally Misaligned Data in Environmental Health Applications
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $1,705,963 for five years

Collaborative Research: Bayesian Modeling and Inference for Quantifying Terrestrial Ecosystem Functions
National Science Foundation, $361,987 for three years

HIRAM BELTRAN-SANCHEZ
The Latin American Mortality Database (LAMBdA)
National Institute on Aging and University of Wisconsin, $651,513 for five years

RONALD BROOKMEYER
Alzheimer’s Disease Risks and Projections Using Multi-State Models with Biomarkers
National Institute on Aging, $423,765 for  two years

HIV Incidence Testing in an Evolving Epidemic: Identification of Accurate Multi-assay Algorithms that Include Serosignatures from a Massively Multiplex Antibody Profiling System
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases & Johns Hopkins University, $502,426 for five years

ARTHUR CHO
Do Changes in Amount and Composition of Ambient Particulate Matter Influence Induction or Exacerbation of Brain and Lung Tumors?
South Coast Air Quality Management District & Brain and Lung Tumor and Air Pollution Foundation, $979,182 for two years

EMMELINE CHUANG
Qualitative Research, Project, Management, and Statistical Analysis Supplement 1 
Department of Veterans Affairs, $234,262

Qualitative Research, Project, Management, and Statistical Analysis Supplement 2 
Department of Veterans Affairs, $346,777

BURTON COWGILL
Assessing Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Uptake Among a Diverse Population of University Students
Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, $50,000

SANDRA DE CASTRO BUFFINGTON
Global Media Center for Social Impact Operating Funds Renewal
The Nathan Cummings Foundation, $100,000

Hollywood Impacts Reproductive Rights and Social Justice
Ford Foundation, $115,000

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

PATRICIA GANZ AND JULIENNE BOWER
A Phase III Randomized Trial Targeting Behavioral Symptoms in Younger Breast Cancer Survivors
National Cancer Institute, $3,237,206 for five years

BETH GLENN
California Reducing Disparities Project (CROP) Phase 2 Latino Implementation Pilot Projects
California Department of Public Health & Mixteco/ Indígena Community Organizing Project, $100,000 for five years

PAMINA GORBACH
Collaborating Consortium of Cohorts Producing the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Opportunities (C3PNO)
National Institute on Drug Abuse, $4,868,413 for five years

JULIA HECK
Parental Comorbidities, Pharmaceutical Use, and Childhood Cancers: A Record Linkage Study in Taiwan
Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, $200,000 for two years

JODY HEYMANN
An Effective Way to Move Equality Forward for Migrant Youth
Ford Foundation, $400,000 for two years

Developing and Disseminating Actionable Evidence on Policies that Work to Ensure Economic Success for All Women
William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, $750,000

MICHAEL JERRETT
Effects of Early Life Exposure to Social Adversity and Pesticides on Risk-Taking Behavior of 16-18 Year Olds: The Center for the Health Assessment of Mothers and Children of Salinas (CHAMACOS) Study
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences & University of California, Berkeley, $61,841 for five years

Exposure to PM2.5 and PM10 Concentrations and Their Health Impact on Children Living in the Imperial Valley County (California Southeastern Region)
UC Mexus and University of California, Riverside, $60,640

LEEKA KHEIFETS
TransExpo Study Development
Electric Power Research Institute, $1,344,847 for three and a half years

GERALD KOMINSKI
California Health Policy Research Program, Renewal 2017-2018
The California Endowment and University of California, Berkeley, $68,500

Parks After Dark Evaluation Services
County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health, $277,500 for two years

Federal Policy Impacts on Medi-Cal
Blue Shield of California Research and Education Foundation & University of California, Berkeley, $50,000

RANDALL KUHN
A Large-Scale Survey of International Migrants from a Rural Area of Bangladesh
New York University Abu Dhabi, $452,417 for three years

ZEYAN LIEW
Neurodevelopmental Effects of Perfluorinated Chemicals (NEPC)
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $316,656 for two years

ANNETTE MAXWELL
Building Mixtec Community Capacity for Breast Health, Phase 3
UC/California Breast Cancer Research Program, $534,659 for three years

WILLIAM MCCARTHY
Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Tobacco Use and Tobacco Control Policy in India 
National Cancer Institute & University of Michigan, $149,798 for five years

YING-YING MENG
Improvements in Air Quality and Health Outcomes Among California Medicaid Enrollees Due to Goods Movement Action (Phase II Health Effect Study)
Health Effects Institute, $266,017
Health and Health Behaviors of Japanese Americans
Keiro, $129,352

KARIN MICHELS
Predictors of Mammary Gland Development and Breast Density in Hispanic Girls
National Cancer Institute, $295,242 for one and  a half years

Environmental Chemicals and Postpubertal Breast Composition in a Latino Cohort 
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $3,411,081 for three years

In Utero Exposure to Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals and Telomere Length at Birth
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, $105,118 for one and a half years

CORRINA MOUCHERAUD
Sustainability of Alive and Thrive Programs in Bangladesh and Vietnam
Family Health International 360 & Harvard University, $56,289

Screening and Treatment for Cervical Cancer in Malawi: Strategies for a High-Burden Population in a Resource-Limited Health System
Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, $50,000

NINEZ PONCE
Improving Data Capacity for American Indian/ Alaska Native (AI/AN) Populations
Department of Health and Human Services, $318,586 for two years

California Health Interview Survey 2016 and 2017 — Oversampling of Northern Imperial County and Content Addition
Imperial County, $352,499 for two years

NADEREH POURAT
Evaluating the Public Hospital Redesign & Incentives in Medi-Cal Program (PRIME)
California Department of Health Care Services, $2,200,001 for five years

BPHC National Program Performance Analysis
Health Resources and Services Administration, $694,636

NADEREH POURAT AND NINEZ PONCE
California Health Benefits Review Program (CHBRP)
UC Office of the President, $280,920 for three years

MICHAEL PRELIP
Public Health Advocacy Field Training Program
Kaiser Foundation Research Institute, $50,000

ANTONIO RAMOS
Measuring Inequality in Early Mortality Across All Births in the Developing World
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, $246,780 for two years

ANNE RIMOIN
Sequelae and Immunopathology of Ebola  Virus Infections
Food and Drug Administration & Stanford University, $415,163 for one and a half years 

Continuation of 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, $1,678,934 for one and a half years

BEATE RITZ
Earth Venture Instrument-3 Multi-Angle lmager for Aerosols (MAIA)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Jet Propulsion Lab, $1,294,244 for nine years

MAY SUDHINARASET
Patient Centered Process Quality for Maternal and Child Health & Family Planning
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation & University of California, San Francisco, $112,192

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

KATHLEEN VAN DYK
Cognitive Decline in Breast Cancer Survivors
American Cancer Society, $163,500 for three years

HUA ZHOU
Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute
National Science Foundation & University of  North Carolina, $59,755

YIFANG ZHU
Engage, Educate, and Empower California Communities on the Use and Applications of “Low-Cost” Air Monitoring Sensors
Environmental Protection Agency & South Coast Air Quality Management District, $65,000

Environmental and Public Health Benefits  from Achieving Sustainable Energy in Los  Angeles County
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research &  LA Grand Challenge Pritzker Fund, $200,000 for  two years