UW Family Medicine and Community Health Grants

Grants 2018-01-18T10:30:49+00:00

In FY17, DFMCH investigators received approximately $8.6 million in grant awards, including 23 new awards from external funding sources and 15 from internal funding sources.

The DFMCH ranks 14th in NIH funding among departments of family medicine in U.S. medical schools.

Externally Funded Projects

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Healthy Children, Strong Families – NIH – $681,311

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Intergovernmental Personnel Act – CDC – $9,691

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – K24 Career Development Mentoring Award – NIH/NCCAM – $171,863

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – Meditation and Exercise for Preventing Acute Respiratory Infection (MEPARI-2) – NIH/NCCAM – $744,046

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – FLSA Postdoc T32 Supplement – NIH/NCCAM – $174,943

Richard Brown, MD, MPH – Screening, Brief Intervention and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) – DHHS, PHS, Substance Abuse & Mental Health – $373,673

Richard Brown, MD, MPH – Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention-Quality Improvement (STAR-QI) State Implementation – WI DHS – $134,000

Rachel Grob, PhD – Governance of Learning Activities in Learning Healthcare Systems – University of Pennsylvania – $21,239

Rachel Grob, PhD, and Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – From Patient Voice to Patients’ Voices: Using Patient Experience to Enhance Medical Education – Macy Foundation – $34,875

David Hahn, MD, MS – Prospective Lyme Disease Blood Specimen Procurement – Quidel Corp. – $103,676

David Hahn, MD, MS – Meta-Network Learning and Research Center (Meta-LARC) – Oregon Health & Science University – $13,684

David Hahn, MD, MS – MEDication Focused Outpatient Care for Underutilization of Secondary Prevention – University of Iowa – $45,218

Larry Hanrahan, PhD – Childhood Obesity Surveillance Using Electronic Health Records Data – Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center – $30,473

David Rabago, MD – Primary Care Research Fellowship – HRSA – $380,445

Adam Rindfleisch, MD – Whole Health Patient Content and Advanced Education for Clinicians – Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation – $726,779

Sarina Schrager, MD, MS – Shared Decision Making Training for Breast & Lung Cancer Screening – UW Health – $266,207

Paul Smith, MD – Better, Safer Care Through Clear Communication (BeST Communication)- Bader Foundation – Bader (Helen) Foundation – $80,200

John Temte, MD, PhD – Influenza Incidence Surveillance Pilot Project (IISP) – WI DHS – $75,075

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Milwaukee County JJ AODA – Milwaukee County DHS – $19,766

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Kenosha County JJ AODA – Kenosha County DHS – $13,170

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Portage County JJ AODA – Portage County DHS – $5,788

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Dane County JJ AODA – UW Hospital & Clinics – $22,438

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Wisconsin Treatment Outreach Project Application – WI DHS – $75,000

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – WI aSBI Choices Tribal Initiative – CDC – $275,000

Aleksandra Zgierska, MD, PhD – A Comparative Effectiveness Randomized Controlled Trial of Mindfulness Meditation versus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Opioid-Treated Chronic Low Back Pain. – Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute – $1,686,046

Aleksandra Zgierska, MD, PhD – Maximizing Outcomes & Safety of Long-Term Opioid Therapy in Chronic Non-Cancer Pain: Clinician Adherence to Evidence-Based Treatment Guidelines and its Determinants – Pfizer – $83,347

UW-Funded Projects

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – WI Obesity Prevention Initiative – WPP – $1,500,000

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Association Between Objectively Measured Physical Activity, Sleep, and Obesity in Urban Indian Children – UWMF – $10,000

Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM – Screening in Trauma for Opioid Misuse Prevention – WPP-MERC – $254,324

Marlon Mundt, PhD, MS, MA – Cost-Effectiveness Analysis of the Wisconsin CMS Medicaid Quitline Incentive Project – Carbone Cancer Center – $75,000

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – Patient Engagement in Care Redesign: Identifying Effective Strategies for Measuring & Scaling Intervention – WPP-MERC – $150,000

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – UWMF DiPEX – UWMF – $188,284

David Rabago, MD – Cultural and Economic Influences on Child Weight-Related Communications in Clinic – UWMF – $10,000

Sarina Schrager, MD, MS – Development of a Toolkit to Support Shared Decision Making in Breast Cancer Screening – WPP-MERC – $15,000

Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD – Rapid Assessment of and Prophylaxis for Influenza in Dwellers of Longer-Term Facilities – WPP-MERC – $166,667

Collaborative Projects

PI: David Feldstein, MD; DFMCH co-investigator: Paul Smith, MD – Integrated Clinical Prediction Rules: Bringing Evidence to Diverse Primary Care Settings – New York University – $97,962

PI: David Gustafson, MS, PhD; DFMCH co-investigator: Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM – Heart-Related Multiple Chronic Conditions in Primary Care: Behavioral Technology – NIH – $781,663

PI: Todd Molfenter, MS, PhD; DFMCH co-investigator: Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM – Test of a Workforce Development Intervention to Expand Buprenorphine Prescribers – NIH – $597,883

PI: Andrew Quanbeck, PhD; DFMCH co-investigators: Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM; Aleksandra Zgierska, MD, PhD – Physician Coaching to Reduce Opioid-Related Harms – NIDA – $227,205

In FY16, DFMCH investigators received approximately $7.5 million in grant awards, including 27 new awards from external funding sources and 7 from internal funding sources.

The DFMCH ranks seventh in NIH funding among departments of family medicine in U.S. medical schools.

Externally Funded Projects

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Healthy Children, Strong Families – NIH – $1,050,430

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Chronic Disease Prevention – WI DHS – $30,000

Christine Athmann, MD – INMED – DHHS, PHS, Indian Health Service – $214,189

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – Research Training in Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Fellowship – NIH/NCCAM – $447,205

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – Meditation and Exercise for the Prevention of Acute Respiratory Infection – NIH/NCCAM – $726,902

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – K24 Career Development Mentoring Award – NIH/NCCAM – $171,863

John Beasley, MD – Improving Primary Care Through Industrial and Systems Engineering (I-PrACTISE) – AHRQ – $32,933

Randy Brown, MD, PhD – IPA – VA – $13,061

Richard Brown, MD, MPH – SBIRT – DHHS, PHS, Substance Abuse & Mental Health – $314,953

Richard Brown, MD, MPH – Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention-Quality Improvement (STAR-QI) State Implementation – WI DHS – $134,000

Valerie Gilchrist, MD – Academic Administrative Units in Primary Care – HRSA – $162,997

Rachel Grob, PhD, and Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – From Patient Voice to Patients’ Voices: Using Patient experience to Enhance Medical Education – Macy Foundation – $34,876

David Hahn, MD, MS – Meta-Network Learning and Research Center (Meta-LARC) – Oregon Health & Science University – $13,787

David Hahn, MD, MS – Community-based Assessment of Skin Care, Allergies and Eczema (CASCADE) – Oregon Health and Science University – $10,045

David Hahn, MD, MS – MEDication Focused Outpatient Care for Underutilization of Secondary Prevention – University of Iowa – $70,000

David Rabago, MD – Primary Care Research Fellowship – HRSA – $430,338

Adam Rindfleisch, MD, and David Rakel, MD – Whole Health Patient Content and Advanced Education for Clinicians – Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation – $700,568

Paul Smith, MD – Better, Safer Care Through Clear Communication (BeST Communication) – American Academy of Family Physicians – $49,000

Paul Smith, MD – Raising Awareness – IPMA – $79,298

Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD – ORCHARDS – CDC – $499,791

Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD – Flu Surveillance 2015 – Quidel – $93,500

Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD – Nasal Swab Specimens – Quidel – $1,999

Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD – IISP – WI DHS – $78,750

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – WI aSBI Choices Tribal Initiative – CDC – $274,999

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Wisconsin Treatment Outreach Project Reapplication – WI DHS – $154,995

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Kenosha County JJ AODA – Kenosha County DHS – $13,273

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Milwaukee County JJ AODA – Milwaukee County DHS – $19,257

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Portage County JJ AODA – Portage County DHS – $5,320

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Rock County JJ AODA – Rock County DHS – $1,431

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Dane County JJ AODA – UW Hospital and Clinics – $23,622

Aleksandra Zgierska, MD, PhD – Maximizing Outcomes and Safety of Long-Term Opioid Therapy In Chronic Non-Cancer Pain: Clinician Adherence to Evidence-Based Treatment Guidelines and its Determinants – Pfizer – $83,347

UW-Funded Projects

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – WI Obesity Prevention Initiative – Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP) – $1,500,000

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Native American Health Policy – UWF-Medical School Development Fund – $46,000

Richard Brown, MD, MPH/Eileen Smith – Southeastern Wisconsin SBIRT Project – UWF-Wisconsin Partnership POPH – $400,000

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – Engaging Stakeholders & Developing Partners in Mental Health & Primary Care Integrating Research – Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP)/ICTR – $100,000

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – SMPH DiPEX – UWF – $23,107

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – UWMF DiPEX – UWMF – $23,107

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – Building an Accessible Database of Patient Experience – Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP)-MERC – $45,000

Collaborative Projects

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Spirit of EAGLES – Carbone Cancer Center/Mayo Clinic – $45,000

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Addressing Cancer Health Disparities in Rural WI – Carbone Cancer Center/UW Extension – $69,565

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – WWWP Agreement – Carbone Cancer Center/Pop Sciences/WI DHS – $85,000

PI: Marc Drezner; DFMCH Co-investigator: Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – UL1 CCHE UW-ICTR/CTSA – NIH/DHHS/PHS – $302,086

PI: Dave Gustafson, MS, PhD (UW School of Engineering); DFMCH co-investigator: Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM – Implementing Technology-Assisted Drug Treatment and Relapse Prevention in FQHCs – NIDA – $625,126

PI: Todd Molfenter, MS, PhD (UW School of Engineering); DFMCH co-investigator: Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM – Test of a Workforce Development Intervention to Expand Buprenorphine Prescribers – NIH – $631,016

PI: Andy Quanbeck, PhD (UW School of Engineering); DFMCH co-investigators: Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM; and Aleksandra Zgierska, MD, PhD – Physician Coaching to Reduce Opioid-Related Harms – NIDA – $682,762

PI: Sarah Davis (UW School of Law); DFMCH co-investigators: Rachel Grob, PhD, and Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – The Angels in the Details – UWF-MERC – $49,791

PI: David Feldstein, MD (UW Department of Medicine); DFMCH co-investigator: Paul Smith, MD – Integrated Clinical Prediction Rules: Bringing Evidence to Diverse Primary Care Settings – Boston University – $33,221

PI: Tosha Wetterneck, MD (General Internal Medicine); DFMCH co-investigators: Paul Smith, MD; and John Beasley, MD – Understanding Primary Care Teamwork in Context: Implications for HIT Design – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the Department of Health and Human Services – $572,355

PI: John Curtin (UW School of Psychology); DFMCH co-investigator: Aleksandra Zgierska, MD, PhD – R01 Doxazosin – NIH – $438,089

In FY15, DFMCH investigators received approximately $6.6 million in grant awards, including 20 grants from external funding sources and 17 from internal funding sources.

The DFMCH ranks ninth in NIH funding among departments of family medicine in U.S. medical schools.

Externally Funded Projects

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Healthy Children, Strong Families – NIH: $710,982

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – Research Training in Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Fellowship – NIH/NCCAM: $328,724

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – Meditation and Exercise for the Prevention of Acute Respiratory Infection – NIH/NCCAM: $720,463

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – K24 Career Development Mentoring Award – NIH/NCCAM: $163,549

John Beasley, MD – Improving Primary Care Through Industrial and Systems Engineering (I-PrACTISE) – AHRQ: $34,996

Erik Brodt, MD – INMED – DHHS-PHS Indian Health Service: $198,682

Richard Brown, MD, MPH – Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention-Quality Improvement (STAR-QI) State Implementation – WI DHS: $124,000

Randy Brown, MD, PhD – IPA #2 – VA: $11,728

Randy Brown, MD, PhD – VA IPA – VA: $2,925

Valerie Gilchrist, MD – Academic Administrative Units in Primary Care – HRSA: $140,375

David Hahn, MD, MS – Meta-Network Learning and Research Center (Meta-LARC) – Oregon Health & Science University: $9,100

David Hahn, MD, MS – Community-based Assessment of Skin Care, Allergies and Eczema (CASCADE) – Oregon Health and Science University: $4,997

David Hahn, MD, MS – Developing a Road Map for Optimum Patient-Partnered Chronic Condition Management – PCORI: $99,510

David Hahn, MD, MS -Improving Responsible Opioid Prescribing for Individuals with Chronic Pain – IPMA: $244,826

David Hahn, MD, MS – MEDication Focused Outpatient Care for Underutilization of Secondary Prevention – University of Iowa: $151,749

David Rabago, MD – Primary Care Research Fellowship – HRSA: $400,000

David Rakel, MD – Education Delivery Services for Whole Health – Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation: $108,545

David Rakel, MD – Healing Power of You – Mental Insight Foundation: $15,000

Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD – ORCHARDS – CDC: $499,210

Jonathan Temte, MD, PhD – Flu Surveillance 2014 – WI DHS: $60,222

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – WI aSBI Choices Tribal Initiative – CDC: $274,898

Georgiana Wilton, PhD – Wisconsin Treatment Outreach Project Reapplication – WI DHS: $75,000

Aleksandra Zgierska, MD, PhD – Maximizing Outcomes and Safety of Long-Term Opioid Therapy In Chronic Non-Cancer Pain: Clinician Adherence to Evidence-Based Treatment Guidelines and its Determinants – Pfizer: Final amount in negotiation at the time of publication

UW-Funded Projects

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – WI Obesity Prevention Initiative – Wisconsin Partnership Program (WPP): $1,500,000

Bruce Barrett, MD, PhD – OS Climate Quest: Mindful Climate – UW Office of Sustainability, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, Global Health Institute, Wisconsin Energy Institute: $25,000

Richard Brown, MD, MPH / Eileen Smith – Southeastern Wisconsin SBIRT Project – UWF-Wisconsin Partnership POPH: $400,000

Larry Hanrahan, PhD, MS – Applying Clinical Data to New Public Health: A Model for Accountable Care Communities – WPP-CAPF: $50,000

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – The Effectiveness of an Integrated Mental Health and Primary Care Model for Wisconsin Patients with Severe Mental Illness – WPP: $99,962

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – Engaging Stakeholders & Developing Partners in Mental Health & Primary Care Integrating Research – WPP/ICTR: $100,000

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – SMPH DiPEX – UWF: $23,107

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – UWMF DiPEX – UWMF: $23,107

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – Building an Accessible Database of Patient Experience – WPP-MERC: $45,000

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD – ICTR-Chancellor Rd 8 Pilot – WARF: $45,000

Geoffrey Swain, MD, MPH – Direct Assistance for Dads (DAD) Project – WPP-Lifecourse Initiative for Healthy Families: $400,000

Collaborative Projects

Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Hispanic Outreach with the Cancer Health Disparities Initiative – Marguerite Casey Foundation: $20,000

PI: Eileen Smith; DFMCH co-investigator: Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – Adams County Community Wellness Program – UWF Wisconsin Partnership – POPH $398,167

PI: Marc Drezner; DFMCH co-investigator: Alexandra Adams, MD, PhD – UL1 CCHE Y8 UW-ICTR/CTSA – NIH/DHHS/PHS: $12,038

PI: Dave Gustafson, MS, PhD (UW School of Engineering); DFMCH co-investigator: Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM – Implementing Technology-Assisted Drug Treatment and Relapse Prevention in FQHCs – NIDA: $615,526

PI: Andy Quanbeck, PhD (UW School of Engineering); DFMCH co-investigators: Randy Brown, MD, PhD, FASAM; Aleksandra Zgierska, MD – Physician Coaching to Reduce Opioid-Related Harms – NIDA: $226,057

PI: David Feldstein, MD (UW Department of Medicine); DFMCH co-investigator: Paul Smith, MD – Integrated Clinical Prediction Rules: Bringing Evidence to Diverse Primary Care Settings – Boston University: $189,774

PI: Tosha Wetterneck, MD (General Internal Medicine); DFMCH co-investigators: Paul Smith, MD; John Beasley, MD – Understanding Primary Care Teamwork in Context: Implications for HIT Design – Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Department of Health and Human Services: $332,589

January 1, 2014 – December 31, 2014

This list includes grants received by department faculty, staff, residents and fellows.

John Beasley, MD was awarded a grant from AHRQ for Improving PrimAry Care Through Industrial and Systems Engineering (I-PrACTISE). ($105,000 for 3 years)

Rich Brown, MD, MPH received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for the Southeastern Wisconsin SBIRT Project. (Up to $400,000 for 3 years)

David Hahn, MD was awarded a grant from the University of Oregon for Implementing Networks’ Self-management Tools Through Engaging Patients and Practices. ($74,603 for 18 months)

David Hahn, MD received a grant from the Minnesota Department of Health for Integration of Primary Care and Public Health. ($10,000 for 18 months)

Cindy Haq, MD/John Frey, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for Advancing Community Investment in Health: Implementation of the Innovations and Wellness Commons. (Up to $400,000 for 3 years)

Irene Hamrick, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for Yoga’s Effect on Fall Risk Factors in Rural Older Adults. (Up to $50,000 for 1 year)

Larry Hanrahan, PhD, MS received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for Applying Clinical Data to New Public Health: A Model for Accountable Care Communities. (Up to $50,000 for 1 year)

Dan Jarzemsky, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for LIFE (Lifestyle Initiative for Fitness Empowerment) Foundation Cross Plains Community Project. (Up to $50,000 for 1 year)

Kathy Oriel, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for Reducing Alcohol Abuse among LGBTQ Youth in Wisconsin. (Up to $400,000 for 3 years)

Nancy Pandhi, MD, MPH, PhD was awarded a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project New Investigator Program forThe Effectiveness of an Integrated Mental Health and Primary Care Model for Wisconsin Patients with Severe Mental Illness. ($99,780)

Rebecca Schultz, NP, and Kristen Reynolds, MD, were the recipients of a Weil Foundation Grant in the amount of $13,000 in support of the Integrative Medicine in Residency Program during the 12-month period from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. These grant dollars will be used toward new innovative programs to help support resident, faculty and staff education along with patient engagement.

Paul Smith, MD was awarded a grant from Pfizer for Raising Awareness — Starting the Conversation. ($157,000 for 1 year)

January 1, 2013 – December 31, 2013

Alex Adams, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Program for Adams County Community Wellness Program. (Up to $400,000 for 3 years)

Alex Adams, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Program for The Menominee Community Journey to Wellness Program. (Up to $50,000 for 1 year)

Alex Adams, MD received a continuation award from NIH for Health Children, Strong Families: American Indian Communities Preventing Obesity. ($700,373 for 1 year)

Bruce Barrett, MD received a continuation award fromNIH/Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) for the Primary Care Research Fellowship. ($400,000 for 1 year)

Bruce Barrett, MD received a continuation award from NIH/NCCAM for the Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research Fellowship. ($423,000 for 1 year)

John Beasley, MD was awarded a grant from AHRQ for Improving PrimAry Care Through Industrial and Systems Engineering (I-PrACTISE). ($46,722 for 1 year)

John Brill MD received funding from the Wisconsin Rural Physician Assistance Program (WRPRAP), for continued exploration of the feasibility of developing a Family Medicine Rural Training Track in the Aurora system. ($34,644 for 1 year)

Rich Brown, MD received a grant from the WI DHS for “Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention-Quality Improvement”. ($117,981 for 1 year)

Rich Brown, MD received a grant from the Wisconsin Clearinghouse/CDC for Transform WisconsinCardiovascular Prevention Enhancement Program. ($204,000 for 1 year)

Val Gilchrist, MD received a continuation award from NIH/Health Resources and Service Administration (HRSA) for “Transforming to a Department of Family Medicine and Community Health”. ($143,000 for 1 year)

David Kiefer, MD received a WARF Discovery Challenge grant for $5,000.00 to continue his work on the Ecuador Herbal Project.

Hollis King, DO received a grant from the Federation for Osteopathic Research and Continued Education for Effects of a Single Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) on Intraocular Pressure (IOP) in Un-medicated Confirmed Ocular Hypertensive (OHT). ($80,000 for 1 year)

Tara LaRowe, PhD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Program for Development of a Curriculum to Support Healthy Bites, A Wisconsin Guide for Improving Childhood Nutrition. (Up to $50,000 for 1 year)

Dave Rakel, MD received a grant from the Mental Insight Foundation for Clinician Effect: How Your Presence Can Heal. ($14,829 for 1 year)

Dave Rakel, MD received a grant from the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation for Patient Centered Clinical Care Educational Program. ($910,616 for 18 months)

Paul Smith, MD received a grant from WI DHS for “Implementing CKD”. ($12,500 for 3 months)

Paul Smith, MD received a UW ICTR Type II Award for his pilot entitled: “Better, Safer Care through Clear Communication.” ($75,000 for 12 months)

Jon Temte, MD received a grant from WI DHS for “Influenza Incidence Surveillance Project”. ($46,020 for 1 year)

Jon Temte, MD received a grant from Quidel Corporation for “Real-Time Surveillance for Influenza across a Statewide Primary Care Network.” ($80,000 for 1 year)

Jon Temte, MD received a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for “ORegon CHild Absenteeism due to Respiratory Disease Study” (ORCHARDS). ($1,498,345 for 2 years)

Georgiana Wilton, PhD received a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to develop and implement culturally responsive screening and brief alcohol intervention protocols, “Wisconsin aSBI/CHOICES Tribal Initiative”. ($1.1 million for 4 years)

January 1, 2012 – December 31, 2012

Alex Adams, MD received a grant from NIH/NHLBI for Healthy children, Strong families: American Indian Communities Preventing Obesity.($3,593,936 for 5 years)

The Aurora Family Medicine Residency program is the recipient of a $45,000 Weil Foundation Education Grant.

Bruce Barrett, MD, was awarded an NIH/NCCAM grant for Meditation and Exercise for Prevention of Acute Respiratory Infection 2 (MEPARI 2). ($3,726,178 for 5 years)

Bruce Barrett, MD, was awarded a K24 Career Development Mentoring Award from NIH/NCCAM. ($818,452 for 5 years)

John Beasley, MD received a grant from The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) for Improving PrimAry Care Through Industrial and Systems Engineering (I-PrACTISE). ($46,722 for 1 year)

Randy Brown, MD received a grant from State University of NY – Buffalo for National Infrastructure for Translating Addiction Research into Clinical Practice. ($67,500 for 2 years)

Randy Brown, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for Pharmacotherapeutic intervention to improve treatment engagement among alcohol-dependent veterans after hospital discharge. Collaborator: William S Middleton Veterans Hospital. ($49,124 for up to 2 years)

Richard Brown, MD received a grant from Wisconsin Dept of Health Services for the Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention – Quality Improvement (STAR-QI)Program. ($123,600 for 1 year)

David Deci, MD was awarded a Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment grant for AHEC/PCC Community Engagement Projects. ($74,019 for 3 years)

Irene Hamrick, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/ Wisconsin Partnership Project for Giving life to LiFE: Lifestyle and Functional Exercise Program to Reduce Falls in Wisconsin Communities. Collaborator: Aspirus, Inc ($60,495 for up to 2 years)

Sarah Petto, MFA received a Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment grant for Project Artful Healing and Health. ($120,000 for 2 years)

David Rakel, MD received a grant from the Mental Insight Foundation for Creating a Culture of Mindfulness in Medicine. ($14,989 for 1 year)

Laura Senier, PhD received an NIH/National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) award for her K01 application entitled Barriers in Translating Genomic Research into State Public Health Programs ($176,651 for year 1).

Laura Senier, PhD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for Coalition Building for Community Health in Milwaukee. Collaborator: Sixteenth Street Community Health Center; Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. ($49,306 for up to 2 years)

Paul Smith, MD received a grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) for 2013 Wisconsin Health Literacy Summit: Changing Systems, Changing Lives. ($50,000 for 1 year)

Paul Smith, MD received a grant from the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin. ($10,000 for 1 year)

Jon Temte, MD received a grant from WI DHHS for Influenza Incidence Surveillance Project. ($126,606 for 1 year)

Georgiana Wilton, PhDreceived a grant from the Center for Disease Control for the Great Lakes FASD Regional Training Center. ($298,657 for 1 year)

Georgiana Wilton, PhD received a grant from the Wisconsin Dept of Health Services for FASD Treatment Outreach Project. ($75,000 for 1 year)

January 1, 2012 – December 31, 2012

Alex Adams, MD received a grant from NIH/NHLBI for Healthy children, Strong families: American Indian Communities Preventing Obesity.($3,593,936 for 5 years)

The Aurora Family Medicine Residency program is the recipient of a $45,000 Weil Foundation Education Grant.

Bruce Barrett, MD, was awarded an NIH/NCCAM grant for Meditation and Exercise for Prevention of Acute Respiratory Infection 2 (MEPARI 2). ($3,726,178 for 5 years)

Bruce Barrett, MD, was awarded a K24 Career Development Mentoring Award from NIH/NCCAM. ($818,452 for 5 years)

John Beasley, MD received a grant from The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) for Improving PrimAry Care Through Industrial and Systems Engineering (I-PrACTISE). ($46,722 for 1 year)

Randy Brown, MD received a grant from State University of NY – Buffalo for National Infrastructure for Translating Addiction Research into Clinical Practice. ($67,500 for 2 years)

Randy Brown, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for Pharmacotherapeutic intervention to improve treatment engagement among alcohol-dependent veterans after hospital discharge. Collaborator: William S Middleton Veterans Hospital. ($49,124 for up to 2 years)

Richard Brown, MD received a grant from Wisconsin Dept of Health Services for the Strengthening Treatment Access and Retention – Quality Improvement (STAR-QI)Program. ($123,600 for 1 year)

David Deci, MD was awarded a Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment grant for AHEC/PCC Community Engagement Projects. ($74,019 for 3 years)

Irene Hamrick, MD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/ Wisconsin Partnership Project for Giving life to LiFE: Lifestyle and Functional Exercise Program to Reduce Falls in Wisconsin Communities. Collaborator: Aspirus, Inc ($60,495 for up to 2 years)

Sarah Petto, MFA received a Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment grant for Project Artful Healing and Health. ($120,000 for 2 years)

David Rakel, MD received a grant from the Mental Insight Foundation for Creating a Culture of Mindfulness in Medicine. ($14,989 for 1 year)

Laura Senier, PhD received an NIH/National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) award for her K01 application entitled Barriers in Translating Genomic Research into State Public Health Programs ($176,651 for year 1).

Laura Senier, PhD received a grant from the Institute for Clinical and Translation Research/Wisconsin Partnership Project for Coalition Building for Community Health in Milwaukee. Collaborator: Sixteenth Street Community Health Center; Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. ($49,306 for up to 2 years)

Paul Smith, MD received a grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) for 2013 Wisconsin Health Literacy Summit: Changing Systems, Changing Lives. ($50,000 for 1 year)

Paul Smith, MD received a grant from the National Kidney Foundation of Wisconsin. ($10,000 for 1 year)

Jon Temte, MD received a grant from WI DHHS for Influenza Incidence Surveillance Project. ($126,606 for 1 year)

Georgiana Wilton, PhDreceived a grant from the Center for Disease Control for the Great Lakes FASD Regional Training Center. ($298,657 for 1 year)

Georgiana Wilton, PhD received a grant from the Wisconsin Dept of Health Services for FASD Treatment Outreach Project. ($75,000 for 1 year)