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F31 - Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award

Project Number Description
1F31HD088070-01A1 AIEMJOY, KRISTEN
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
"QUANTITATIVE BIAS ANALYSIS TO ADJUST FOR MISCLASSIFICATION IN A CLUSTER-RANDOMIZED TRIAL ON PEDIATRIC DIARRHEA"
1F31HD088084-01A1 BARROSO, NICOLE E
FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
EFFECT OF PARENT EMOTION-RELATED TALK ON INFANT BEHAVIOR AND REGULATION

F32 - Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award

Project Number Description
1F32HD089514-01A1 ROSEN, MAYA
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
LONG-TERM MEMORY-GUIDED ATTENTION: DEVELOPMENT, ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS, AND NEURAL UNDERPINNINGS
3F32HD079191-03S1 DOEBEL, SABINE
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
RELATIONS AMONG TRANSITIONS IN PRIVATE AND INNER SPEECH AND PROACTIVE CONTROL
3F32HD081959-03S1 KELLY, AUBREY MICHELLE
CORNELL UNIVERSITY
IMPACT OF EARLY LIFE FAMILY ON BEHAVIOR, NONAPEPTIDE SYSTEMS, & EPIGENOME
3F32HD089586-01S1 KASS, ANDREA ELLEN
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
ANALYSIS OF BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTIONS FOR PEDIATRIC OBESITY
3F32HD089595-01S1 KOMINSKY, JONATHAN F.
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
CAUSAL EVENT CATEGORIES IN INFANCY: THE ORIGINS AND CONSEQUENCES OF CAUSAL PERCEPTION
5F32HD079191-03 DOEBEL, SABINE
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
RELATIONS AMONG TRANSITIONS IN PRIVATE AND INNER SPEECH AND PROACTIVE CONTROL
5F32HD081957-03 SMARR, BENJAMIN LEE
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY
THE ROLE OF CIRCADIAN STABILITY DURING DEVELOPMENT IN ADULT HEALTH AND BEHAVIOR
5F32HD084100-02 LOWDER, MATTHEW WARREN
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN ONLINE SENTENCE PROCESSING AND OFFLINE COMPREHENSION

K12 - Physician Scientist Award (Program)

Project Number Description
3K12HD028827-25S1 HOSTETTER, MARGARET K
CINCINNATI CHILDRENS HOSP MED CTR
CHILD HEALTH RESEARCH CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD (K12)
3K12HD072245-05S1 JAIN, LUCKY
EMORY UNIVERSITY
ATLANTA PEDIATRIC SCHOLARS PROGRAM
5K12HD001399-17 TEACH, STEPHEN JOHN
CHILDREN'S RESEARCH INSTITUTE
CHILD HEALTH RESEARCH CAREER DEVELOPMENT AWARD AT CHILDREN’S NATIONAL
5K12HD027748-25 HIRSCH, RAPHAEL
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
MOLECULAR AND CELLULAR RESEARCH TO ADVANCE CHILDHOOD HEALTH
5K12HD028820-25 CASTLE, VALERIE P
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
ADVANCING CHILD HEALTH THROUGH CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
5K12HD043245-15 ST. GEME, JOSEPH W.
CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
CHOP PEDIATRIC SCHOLARS PROGRAM
5K12HD043494-15 REED, ANN M.
DUKE UNIVERSITY
CENTER FOR MOLECULAR & CELLULAR STUDIES OF PED DISEASE
5K12HD068369-07 PEREZ FONTAN, JULIO
UT SOUTHWESTERN MEDICAL CENTER
ANTECEDANTS SEQUELAE OF CHILDHOOD ONSET DISEASE
5K12HD068371-05 CLAPP, DAVID W.
INDIANA UNIV-PURDUE UNIV AT INDIANAPOLIS
INDIANA PEDIATRIC SCIENTIST AWARD(IPSA)
5K12HD068372-07 DANIELS, STEPHEN R
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO DENVER
TRAINING IN BASIC AND TRANSLATIONAL CHILD HEALTH RESEARCH
5K12HD072222-05 FERRIERO, DONNA M.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
CHILD HEALTH CAREER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM AT UCSF
5K12HD076224-05 SILVERMAN, GARY ARTHUR
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
CHILD HEALTH RESEARCH CENTER
5K12HD087023-03 WEBBER, STEVEN A
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
PATHOGENESIS, TARGETED THERAPEUTICS, AND NEW VACCINES FOR CHILDHOOD DISEASE

K23 - Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Devel Awd

Project Number Description
5K23HD071971-05 LOE, IRENE M
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
EXECUTIVE FUNCTION IN PRESCHOOLERS: CHARACTERISTICS AND RESPONSE TO TREATMENT
5K23HD083439-02 PHAN, THAO-LY TAM
ALFRED I. DU PONT HOSP FOR CHILDREN
INTEGRATING PARENTING INTERVENTIONS INTO PEDIATRIC OBESITY CARE

P01 - Research Program Projects

Project Number Description
3P01HD070837-04S1 MORRIS, ROBERT D
GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
NEUROCOGNITIVE BASES OF TREATMENT RESISTANCE IN DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA
5P01HD040605-14 GOLDIN-MEADOW, SUSAN J
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
ENVIROMENTAL & BIOLOGICAL VARIATION AND LANGUAGE GROWTH
5P01HD070837-04 MORRIS, ROBERT D
GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
NEUROCOGNITIVE BASES OF TREATMENT RESISTANCE IN DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA

P20 - Exploratory Grants

Project Number Description
1P20HD091005-01 GRIGORENKO, ELENA L.
BAYLOR COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
SEVERE LD IN JUVENILE DELINQUENTS: PRESENTATION, COURSE, AND REMEDIATION
1P20HD091013-01 COMPTON, DONALD L
FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
EXPERIENTIAL AND CHILD FACTORS THAT DETERMINE ACQUISITION OF ORTHOGRAPHIC-PHONOLOGICAL REGULARITIES IN A QUASI-REGULAR WRITING SYSTEM: AN INTEGRATED BEHAVIORAL/COMPUTATIONAL/NEUROBIOLOGICAL APPROACH
2P20HD075443-05 FUCHS, LYNN S
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY
WORD PROBLEMS, LANGUAGE, & COMORBID LEARNING DISABILITIES

R01 - Research Project

Project Number Description
1R01HD078532-01A1 MUNAKATA, YUKO
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
DEVELOPING INHIBITORY CONTROL
1R01HD087319-01A1 BRAUNGART-RIEKER, JULIA
UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME
EFFICACY OF FAMILY PROGRAMS FOR IMPROVING CHILD AND FAMILY HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT.
1R01HD087407-01A1 BARLOW, MARY ALLISON
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
“PREVENTING EARLY CHILDHOOD OBESITY IN AMERICAN INDIAN POPULATIONS”
1R01HD087411-01A1 CORSO, PHAEDRA S.
UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
AN EVALUATION OF GEORGIA'S POLICY TO PREVENT CHILDHOOD OBESITY
1R01HD087452-01A1 REDFORD, MELISSA A
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
SPEECH RHYTHM ACQUISITION
1R01HD090068-01 KIM, PILYOUNG
UNIVERSITY OF DENVER (COLORADO SEMINARY)
PRENATAL PATHWAYS FOR POVERTY’S INFLUENCE ON THE BRAINS OF TWO GENERATIONS
2R01HD051698-11 MACWHINNEY, BRIAN
CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIVERSITY
EXTENDING PHONBANK FOR CLINICAL PHONOLOGY AND SPEECH ANALYSIS
5R01HD046160-15 RAVER, C CYBELE
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
TYPE, TIMING, & TURBULENCE OF POVERTY-RELATED RISK: LONG-TERM EVIDENCE FROM CSRP
5R01HD049681-10 SWINGLEY, DANIEL
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
CONTRIBUTIONS OF INFANT LEARNING TO LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
5R01HD049878-10 BELL, MARTHA ANN
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST AND ST UNIV
PSYCHOBIOLOGY OF COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
5R01HD051030-13 FERREIRA, VICTOR S
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN DIEGO
SYNTACTIC FLEXIBILITY IN LANGUAGE PRODUCTION
5R01HD051498-07 DOWNER, JASON T
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA
BEHAVIORAL ENGAGEMENT AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONS AS CONTRIBUTORS TO SCHOOL READINESS
5R01HD053000-09 GILMORE, JOHN H
UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL
EARLY BRAIN DEVELOPMENT IN ONE AND TWO YEAR OLDS
5R01HD059205-08 MENON, VINOD
STANFORD UNIVERSITY
INTERVENTIONS IN MATH LEARNING DISABILITIES: COGNITIVE AND NEURAL CORRELATES
5R01HD059794-10 ROTHMAN, RUSSELL L.
VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
ROLE OF PARENT HEALTH LITERACY IN EARLY CHILD OBESITY AND OTHER HEALTH OUTCOMES
5R01HD071937-04 GARRISON, MICHELLE MARIAN
SEATTLE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
HEALTHY SLEEP INTERVENTION FOR PRESCHOOL CHILDREN
5R01HD072074-05 XU, DUAN
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
TOWARDS BABY BRAIN CONNECTOME: A STUDY OF NEWBORN BRAIN NETWORKS
5R01HD072468-06 NOLL, JENNIE G
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY-UNIV PARK
HEALTH & WELLBEING OF SEXUALLY ABUSED FEMALES & OFFSPRING: 25 AND 27 YR. FOLLOWUP
5R01HD072778-05 PERRIN, ELLEN
TUFTS MEDICAL CENTER
COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF DEVELOPMENTAL-BEHAVIORAL SCREENING INSTRUMENTS
5R01HD073288-05 VAN DYKE, JULIE A
HASKINS LABORATORIES, INC.
RETRIEVAL INTERFERENCE IN SKILLED AND UNSKILLED READING COMPREHSENSION
5R01HD073430-05 EIRALDI, RICARDO B.
CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
TARGETING SCHOOL CLIMATE AND CHILDREN'S BEHAVIORAL HEALTH IN URBAN SCHOOLS
5R01HD075800-04 GOLDINGER, STEPHEN D
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY-TEMPE CAMPUS
COGNITIVE LOAD IN THE BILINGUAL BRAIN: INSIGHTS FROM DECOUPLED READING
5R01HD075829-03 BHATT, RAMESH S
UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
THE DEVELOPMENT OF EMOTION PROCESSING IN INFANCY
5R01HD078346-05 WIDEMAN, LAURIE
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA GREENSBORO
PATHWAYS FROM CHILDHOOD SELF-REGULATION TO CARDIOVASCULAR RISK IN ADOLESCENCE
5R01HD078561-04 TAKAHASHI, EMI
BOSTON CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
DEVELOPMENT OF BRAIN CONNECTIVITY IN HUMAN FETUS, NEWBORN, AND TODDLER AGES
5R01HD079410-03 BIERMAN, KAREN L
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY-UNIV PARK
PROMOTING SCHOOL READINESS IN CHILD CARE CENTERS
5R01HD079573-03 OPHIR, ALEXANDER G
CORNELL UNIVERSITY
INFLUENCES OF PATERNAL AND MATERNAL CARE ON OFFSPRING SOCIAL COGNITION
5R01HD080292-03 EPSTEIN, LEONARD H
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT BUFFALO
USING PROSPECTION TO IMPROVE OBESITY TREATMENT
5R01HD080866-03 SMITH, LAUREEN
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
“A SKILL-BASED RCT FOR PHYSICAL ACTIVITY USING PEER MENTORS”
5R01HD083613-02 TUCKER-DROB, ELLIOT MAX
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN
CORTISOL, SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, AND GENETIC INFLUENCES ON COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT
5R01HD083614-02 ANOKHIN, ANDREY P.
WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
GENETICS, THE ADOLESCENT BRAIN, AND ADDICTION LIABILITY: A LONGITUDINAL TWIN STUDY
5R01HD084362-02 KRUBITZER, LEAH ANN
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS
HOW DOES EARLY SENSORY EXPERIENCE AFFECT CORTICAL CONNECTIONS AND BEHAVIOR?
5R01HD084606-02 GESELL, SABINA BERHAN
WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY HEALTH SCIENCES
BUILDING SOCIAL NETWORKS TO IMPROVE PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND WEIGHT LOSS IN LATINO PARENTS
5R01HD086013-02 WANG, XIAOBIN
JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY
EARLY LIFE DETERMINANTS OF OBESITY IN U.S. URBAN LOW INCOME MINORITY BIRTH COHORT
5R01HD088176-02 WIDOME, RACHEL
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
IMPACTS OF LATER HIGH SCHOOL START TIMES ON ADOLESCENT WEIGHT AND WEIGHT-RELATED BEHAVIOR

R03 - Small Research Grants

Project Number Description
1R03HD086600-01A1 SANCHEZ, DELIDA
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN
RISK BEHAVIORS IN PREADOLESCENT BOYS
5R03HD083397-02 HEINZE, JUSTIN EDWARD
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
RESILIENCY AND PROMOTIVE FACTORS IN POLYVICTIMIZED YOUTH
5R03HD083636-02 LE, VI-NHUAN
NATIONAL OPINION RESEARCH CENTER
HOW DOES AN ACADEMICALLY-ORIENTED KINDERGARTEN CLASSROOM IMPACT CHILDREN'S OUTCOMES?
5R03HD084897-02 BERGE, JERICA M
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN FAMILY MEALS AND CHILD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
5R03HD086430-02 MILLER, ALISON L
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
FEEDING-SPECIFIC COPARENTING IN FATHERS AND MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS
5R03HD087111-02 BEEMAN, MARK E
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
TARGETED PROBLEM REACTIVATION AND INCUBATION DURING SLOW-WAVE SLEEP

R13 - Conferences

Project Number Description
1R13HD090968-01 ARUNACHALAM, SUDHA
BOSTON UNIVERSITY (CHARLES RIVER CAMPUS)
BOSTON UNIVERSITY CONFERENCE ON LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT

R21 - Exploratory/Developmental Grants

Project Number Description
1R21HD087794-01A1 ZDERIC, STEPHEN ANTHONY
CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
CORTICAL SIGNATURES OF BLADDER ACTIVITY IN CHILDREN
1R21HD087839-01A1 CHEN, DIANE
LURIE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL OF CHICAGO
STRUCTURED PUBERTAL SUPPRESSION READINESS ASSESSMENT FOR GENDER DYSPHORIC YOUTH
1R21HD088928-01A1 GHETTI, SIMONA
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS
HIPPOCAMPAL CONTRIBUTION TO EPISODIC MEMORY DEVELOPMENT AND LOSS IN TODDLERS
1R21HD088931-01A1 RESSLER, KERRY J
MCLEAN HOSPITAL
LONGITUDINAL DNA METHYLATION IN A NON-HUMAN PRIMATE MODEL OF EARLY-LIFE STRESS
1R21HD090555-01 MILLER, VICTORIA ALLISON
CHILDREN'S HOSP OF PHILADELPHIA
A MIXED-METHODS STUDY OF DECISION MAKING ABOUT CGM IN YOUTH WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES
5R21HD083335-02 MODI, AVANI C
CINCINNATI CHILDRENS HOSP MED CTR
WEB-BASED INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING IN TEENS WITH EPILEPSY
5R21HD083830-02 FEDELE, DAVID A
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
MHEALTH APPROACH TO COLLABORATIVE ASTHMA MANAGEMENT FOR TEENS & PARENTS
5R21HD083956-02 IM, KIHO
BOSTON CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
SPATIO-TEMPORAL PATTERNS OF EARLY CORTICAL FOLDING IN THE HUMAN FETAL BRAIN
5R21HD084930-02 BEAN, MELANIE K
VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY
IMPROVING ADOLESCENT OBESITY TREATMENT: EXPLORING THE ROLE OF PARENTS
5R21HD086356-02 BLISS-MOREAU, ELIZA
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS
INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN EARLY AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ACTIVITY

R37 - Method to Extend Research in Time (MERIT) Award

Project Number Description
5R37HD037466-17 SAFFRAN, JENNY R.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON
STATISTICAL LEARNING IN LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

T32 - Institutional National Research Service Award

Project Number Description
3T32HD007376-26A1S1 HUSSONG, ANDREA M
UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH TRAINING
3T32HD068223-05S1 HOMMEL, KEVIN
CINCINNATI CHILDRENS HOSP MED CTR
ENHANCING TREATMENT ADHERENCE AND HEALTH OUTCOMES
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Contact Information

Name: Lisa Freund
Branch Chief
Child Development and Behavior Branch
Phone: 301-435-6879
Email: freundl@mail.nih.gov

Staff Directory
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