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PCOR Individual Career Development Grants

Fact Sheet

AHRQ's Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) Individual Awards (K18 and K99/R00)

AHRQ Mentored Career Enhancement Award in Patient Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) for Mid-Career and Senior Investigators (K18)

Principal Investigator Grant Number Institution Title
Bennett, Ian Moore K18 HS022441 University of Pennsylvania Participatory Design of mHealth Strategies to Support Collaborative Care in Perinatal Depression
Bogner, Hillary K18 HS023445-01 University of Pennsylvania Participatory Design of Patient-Centered Depression and Diabetes Care
Castle, Nicholas G. K18 HS021980 University of Pittsburgh Using Patient Centered Outcomes Research to Examine Consistent Resident Assignment of Nurse Aides
Coeytaux, Remy R. K18 HS022443 Duke University Assessment of a Personalized Health Care Intervention for Chronic Daily Headache
Dominici, Francesca K18 HS021991 Harvard University A Translational Framework for Methodological Rigor to Improve Patient Centered Outcomes in End of Life Cancer Research
Fiscella, Kevin K18 HS022440 University of Rochester Translating Team Science into Primary Care: PCOR on teamwork in FQHCs
Gaugler, Joseph E. K18 HS022445 University of Minnesota Comparative Effectiveness of Dementia Caregiver Interventions: Towards Person-Centered Care Planning
Kim, Mi-Ok K18 HS022437-01A1 Cincinnati Children's Hospital Rigor of Multi-Registry CER Studies: Towards Patient-Centered Treatment Planning
Rust, George S. K18 HS022444 Morehouse School of Medicine Mid-Career Transition—Mapping Paths to Success in Achieving Community-Level Health Equity
Vaughn Sarrazin, Mary K18 HS021992 University of Iowa Comparative Effectiveness of Dabigatran and Warfarin for Stroke Prevention in Atrial Fibrillation
Weber, Sharon K18 HS022446-01A1 University of Wisconsin-Madison Incorporating the Patient Perspective to Reduce Readmission after Complex Surgery

AHRQ Patient Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00)

Principal Investigator Grant Number Institution Title
Baiocchi, Mike K99 HS022192
R00 HS022192-02
Stanford University The Development of Statistical Tools for Comparative Effectiveness Research
Bush, Ruth Ann K99 HS022404 Rady Children's Hospital Adapting Electronic Medical Record to Measure Medical Outcomes in ASD Populations
Dinan, Michaela K99 HS022189 Duke University National Utilization Patterns of Oncotype DX in Early Stage Breast Cancer
Jarrin, Olga K99 HS022406 University of Pennsylvania Comparative Effectiveness of Home Care Environments for Diverse Elders Outcomes
Lyles, Courtney K99 HS022408 University of California, San Francisco Engaging Diverse Patients in Using an Online Patient Portal
McCarthy, Ian K99 HS022431
R00 HS022431-03
Baylor Research Institute
Emory University
Analysis and Dissemination of Patient-Centered Outcomes and its Impact on Patient
McCleod, Lisa M. K99 HS022198 University of Colorado Denver Organizational Interventions for SSI Prevention in Pediatric Spinal Surgery
Pho, Mai Tuyet K99 HS022433 University of Chicago Optimizing Patient-Oriented Outcomes for Chronic Hepatitis C
Wang, Shirley K99 HS022193 Brigham & Women's Hospital Methods for Studying Treatment Heterogeneity Using Large Observational Databases
Page last reviewed August 2014
Internet Citation: PCOR Individual Career Development Grants: Fact Sheet. August 2014. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, Rockville, MD.


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