CDC/Georgia Tech Research Awards
Georgia Tech and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announce the CDC/Georgia Tech Research Awards, which provides funding to foster scientific collaboration among Georgia Tech and CDC investigators. This joint effort is a CDC/Georgia Tech seed award program that supports pilot research in the form of proof of concept and feasibility projects that will advance the state of the science to facilitate scientific innovation (e.g. patents and publications), new external funding, and novel collaborative relationships.
2015 Grant Awardees
Assessing Adherence to Evidence-based Care Practice for Children Diagnosed with ADHD in the Medicaid System
Bartlett, Danielson, Swann, Serban, Visser, Grosse, English
Community-based Text Intervention to Improve Health Outcomes in Minority Persons with Asthma
Arriaga, Beavers, Graham
PTT AdvisorPlus: Development and Evaluation of a Clinical Decision Support Tool Mobile Application for Management of Anticoagulants