Recent Grant Awards

  • Affiliated faculty, Brahmajee Nallamothu, Bhramar Mukherjee, and team win American Heart Association(AHA) grant
    A $2.5 million grant from the American Heart Association will help establish a new wearable health technology research center and national research collaboration, and a supplemental $200K grant will be used to track cardiovascular consequences of COVID-19.
  • MIDAS Affiliated Faculty, Mike Cafarella, Shobita Parthasarathy, and Xudong Fan, Receive NSF RAPID grants for COVID-19
    Many MIDAS affiliated faculty members receive the NSF RAPID grant to aid in the fight against COVID-19.
  • MIDAS Affiliated Faculty, Shu-Fang Shih, Receives an NSF RAPID Grant for COVID-19
    MIDAS affiliated faculty, Shu-Fang Shih, receives an NSF RAPID grant for changes in risk perceptions and COVID-19.
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Research Stories

  • Sense2Stop: A micro-randomized trial using wearable sensors to optimize a just-in-time-adaptive stress management intervention for smoking relapse prevention
    MIDAS affiliate faculty members, Walter Dempsey and Inbal Nahum-Shani, investigate whether the delivery of a prompt to perform stress management behavior, as compared to no prompt, reduces the likelihood of (a) being stressed and (b) smoking in the subsequent two hours, and (c) whether current stress moderates these effects.
  • (Mis)information and anxiety: Evidence from a randomized Covid-19 information campaign
    MIDAS affiliated faculty member, Achyuta Adhvaryu, inquires to what extent information alone explains the effects of phone calls.
  • Continuing Cardiopulmonary Symptoms, Disability, and Financial Toxicity 1 Month After Hospitalization for Third-Wave COVID-19: Early Results From a US Nationwide Cohort
    MIDAS affiliated faculty, Andrew Admon, investigates incident symptoms in patients who survived COVID-19 after hospitalization.
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