Funding will help reduce breast cancer disparities, improve outcomes among Black women.
Category: Grant Awards
Kirsten E. Austad, MD, MPH, Receives K23 Award to Improve the Quality of Hospital Discharge Care for Patients with Limited English Proficiency
Her research seeks to use implementation science to promote health equity and improve patient experience in safety-net settings.
Deborah Lang, PhD, Receives Grant to Examine How Some Genes are Disrupted at the DNA, RNA Level, Cause Melanoma
The associate professor of dermatology has been awarded a two-year, $300,000 Discovery Boost Grant from the American Cancer Society (ACS).
Carryl Navalta, PhD, Awarded Funds to Increase, Improve Behavioral Health Care for Underserved Children, Adolescents, Young Adults
The two-year grant will identify and train mental health counseling students who will be placed in community-based facilities in greater Boston.
Funds will lead to better treatments and eventually a cure for AATD.
This study will leverage a unique and highly experienced team of investigators from varied disciplines to investigate endothelial cell health at an unprecedented scale.
Researchers Awarded $7.2 Million to Continue Stroke Surveillance Research at the Framingham Heart Study
Funding continues stroke surveillance research in Framingham Heart Study (FHS) cohorts, adds study of post-stroke vascular cognitive impairment and dementia.
They hope to identify new targets for developing drugs to treat or slow processes leading to Alzheimer’s disease.
Justin Lui, MD, MS, Receives Awards from the National Scleroderma Foundation, American Heart Association
The assistant professor of medicine received a three-year, $200,000 Walter and Marie Coyle Award from the National Scleroderma Foundation and an AHA Career Development Award for $231,000.
This is the foundation’s third grant, bringing their total support since 2020 to more than $400,000.