Funded Projects

F32 - Postdoctoral Individual National Research Service Award
Project Number Description
1F32HD101192-01 BHATTACHARJEE, TAPOMAYUKH
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
TOWARDS AUTONOMY IN DAILY LIVING: A FORMALISM FOR INTELLIGENT ASSISTIVE FEEDING SYSTEMS
K01 - Research Scientist Development Award - Research & Training
Project Number Description
5K01HD093838-03 LEVAC, DANIELLE ELAINE
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY
ENHANCING TRANSFER OF MOTOR SKILL LEARNING FROM VIRTUAL TO PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS IN CHILDREN WITH CEREBRAL PALSY
K23 - Mentored Patient-Oriented Research Devel Awd
Project Number Description
5K23HD083489-06 DHAND, AMAR
BRIGHAM AND WOMEN'S HOSPITAL
IMPACT OF SOCIAL NETWORK STRUCTURE ON STROKE RECOVERY
5K23HD087464-04 FISHER, LAUREN BETH
MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL
ADAPTED COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL TREATMENT FOR DEPRESSION IN PATIENTS WITH MODERATE TO SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
R01 - Research Project
Project Number Description
5R01HD085186-04 RIMMER, JAMES HOWARD
UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA AT BIRMINGHAM
SCALE UP EVALUATION OF A PHYSICAL ACTIVITY PROGRAM FOR ADULTS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITY
5R01HD088417-05 THOMAS, JAMES S
VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY
VIRTUAL IMMERSIVE GAMING TO OPTIMIZE RECOVERY IN LOW BACK PAIN
R03 - Small Research Grants
Project Number Description
5R03HD097689-02 EVANSON, NATHAN K
CINCINNATI CHILDRENS HOSP MED CTR
THE EFFECTS OF METHYLPHENIDATE ON BRAIN METABOLOMICS AND BEHAVIORAL OUTCOMES IN A RAT MODEL OF CHRONIC TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
R25 - Education Projects
Project Number Description
5R25HD094335-03 ACEROS, JUAN
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH FLORIDA
CHILD-CENTERED, TEAM-BASED, INTERDISCIPLINARY BIOENGINEERING SUMMER RESEARCH EXPERIENCE
R44 - Small Business Innovation Research Grants (SBIR) - Phase II
Project Number Description
4R44HD095716-02 DWEIK, BADAWI M
GINER, INC.
IMPROVED AMPUTEE QUALITY OF LIFE ENABLED BY TAILORED, SELF-REGENERATING ENERGY STORAGE DEVICE FOR POWERED PROSTHETICS
4R44HD097803-02 ZONDERVAN, DANIEL
FLINT REHABILITATION DEVICES
FITMI PLUS: SMART FUNCTIONAL MODULES FOR PRACTICING ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING AFTER STROKE
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