SC CTSI Announces Awards to Researchers at USC and CHLA
Congratulations to the 17 awardees selected from among 92 proposals.
The awards focus on five key areas of translational science: Translational Research, Career Development, Academic-Community Partnerships, Technological Development, and Multidisciplinary Team Development.
Among the funded SC CTSI Pilot Award proposals for the 2014 spring cycle are:
The Role of Vitamin D in the Mother-to-Child-Transmission of CMV in Women with HIV
Proposed by: Andrea Kovacs, MD
Beta-Adrenergic Stimulation of Sweat Glands in Infants
Proposed by: Danieli Salinas, MD
Bio Markers of Early Childhood Trauma and Changes through Intervention
Proposed by: Ferol Mennen, PhD
“A Day in the Life”: Using Mobile Technology to Measure Romantic Partners’ Emotions, Vocalization and Physiology as Possible Indicators of Dating Aggression
Proposed by: Gayla Margolin, PhD
See all 17 awardees