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2004 Sigma Theta Tau, Small Grant Award, Multigenerational legacies of Diabetes
and Adaptation, A Doctoral Dissertation,
2005 Nursing Education Alumni Association Postdoctoral research Award & UMDNJ- School of Nursing Institutional Support, Context and Substance of Multigenerational Legacies of Diabetes. Principal investigator. The goal of this study is to establish what types of multigenerational legacies of diabetes individuals may have in the context of a multigenerational occurrence of type 2 diabetes in the family.
2003-2005 NIH Grant NIDDK-20541, PI Dr. Elizabeth Walker, Diabetes Research and Training Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, NY.
2007 UMDNJ Foundation Grant, $38,000. Multigenerational Legacies of Diabetes
and Decision-making, Role: PI
2008 International Diabetes Federation, $65,000, Tailored Intervention for Inpatients:
Transitional Care Coordinator versus Conventional Care. Role: PI
HBSS 4120: Topics in health education
Review and synthesis of current knowledge on a selected topic related to health, such as teenage suicide, child abuse, violence, teenage pregnancy, and mental health.