Awards

  • Omar Galarraga, Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $165,000 for “Evaluation of the Integrated Behavioral health Model in Primary Care in Rhode Island" from the National Science Foundation.
  • Omar GalarragaOmar Galarraga
  • Omar Galarraga, Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $249,999 for “Integrated Modeling of Epidemiologic and Economic Long-Term Outcomes in Africa" from Tufts Health Plan Foundation.
  • Omar Galarraga, Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $29,809 for “Evaluating PrEP implementation using an all payers claims database" from the Miriam Hospital.
  • Vincent Mor, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $162,444 for "Changing Long Term Care in America: Policies, Markets, Strategies and Outcomes" from the National Institute on Aging.
  • Vince MorVince Mor
  • Vincent Mor, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $4,703,229 for "Caregivers' Reactions and Experience: Imaging Dementia Evidence for Amyloid Scanning" from the National Institute on Aging.
  • Vincent Mor, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $1,439,086 for "The Burden of Infections in Long-Term Care Facilities: Identification, Treatment, and Health Outcomes" from Sanofi Pasteur.
  • Shailender Swaminathan, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $24,656 for "The Effect of Reduction and Standardization of Reimbursements in VA Fee-Basis Programs: Impact on Quality of Care and Health Outcomes" from the Providence VA Medical Center.
  • Stefan Gravenstein, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $9,933 for “Economic Benefit of AmeriCorps Coaches to Reduce Readmissions" from the Corporation for National and Community Service.
  • Stefan Gravenstein, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $83,160 for "High Dose Influenza Vaccination and Morbidity and Mortality in U.S. Nursing Homes - Assessing cost-effectiveness and relative benefit compared to standard dose" from Sanofi Pasteur.
  • Stefan Gravenstein, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $343,092 for "Stratified, Cluster Random Assignment Trial FluAd" from Seqirus.
  • Vince MorVince Mor
  • Vincent Mor, Florence Pirce Grant University Professor, received $706,465 for "Aging Health and Health Services Research Training" from the National Institute on Aging.

Momotazur 'Shantu' RahmanMomotazur 'Shantu' Rahman

  • Momotazur 'Shantu' Rahman, Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $162,500 for "Disparity in Incidence and Health Outcomes between Rural and Urban Patients with Alzheimers disease and related disorders" from the National Institute on Aging.
  • Bart LawsBart Laws
  • Bart Laws, Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice (Research), received $473,644 for "Physician-Patient Communication, Decision Making and Management in Chronic Pain" from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
  • Jennifer NazarenoJennifer NazarenoJennifer Nazareno, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $7,659 for "Assessing Unmet Needs and Building Capacity for Quality Care for Older Rhode Islanders Aging in Community" from the College and University Research Collaborative.
  • Theresa ShiremanTheresa Shireman
  • Theresa Shireman, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $420,000 for "High Dose Influenza Vaccination and Morbidity and Mortality in U.S. Nursing Homes: Assessing cost-effectiveness and relative benefit compared to standard dose" from Sanofi Pasteur.
  • Amal TrivediAmal Trivedi
  • Amal Trivedi, Associate Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $1,556,162 for "Impact of Medicaid Expansion on Racial and Socioeconomic Disparities in ESRD" from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
  • Ira WilsonIra Wilson
  • Ira Wilson, Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice, received $25,000 for "State Innovation Model (SIM)" from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.