Funding & Awards

Overview

Innovative and ground-breaking faculty research addresses areas related to our specialty programs and includes areas such as:

  • Aging and Aging Health Policy

  • Chronic Illness and Long-Term Care

  • Clinical Practices and Professional Studies

  • The Family in Health and Illness

  • Emergency and Critical Care

  • Health Promotion/Illness Prevention

  • HIV/AIDS

  • Pediatric Development and Health/Illness Care

  • Symptom Management

  • Women's Health Issues

  • Health and Environment

 

Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows receive research mentorship from faculty with international reputations and contacts.

Predoctoral and postdoctoral fellowships are available from the Research Center for Symptom Management (RCSM) and from the HIV/AIDS Center.

Trainees in these programs are encouraged to engage in ongoing faculty research, present their findings at professional and scientific meetings, and publish their work in peer-reviewed research journals.

 

UCSF School of Nursing
CURRENT NIH FUNDED PROJECTS
(October 1, 2013 to September 30, 2014)

 

Dept

Grant #

P.I.

Grant Title

CHS

5R01 DA 033854-02

Carrico, Adam

RCT of an integrative intervention for non-treatment-seeking meth users

CHS

3R01 DA 033854-02 (supplement)

Carrico, Adam

RCT of an integrative intervention for non-treatment-seeking meth users

CHS

5F31 NR 014094-02

James, Evelyn (student)

Risk Factors Associated with Unintended Pregnancies

CHS

5T32 NR 007081-18

Portillo, Carmen

HIV/AIDS Nursing Care and Prevention

CHS

5F31 NR 013863-03

Walhart, Tara (student)

Identification of Novel Inhibitors of Human Papillomoavirus Infection

       

FHCN

5F31 NR 013326-03

Green, Emily (student)

East African Immigrant Females: Adolescent Developmental Protective/Risk Factors

FHCN

5T32 NR 007088-19

Lee, Kathryn

Nursing Research Training in Symptom Management

FHCN

1R21 NR 015215-01

Lee, Kathryn

Fatigue Management in HIV: A Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Pilot Intervention

       

IHA

5R01 HL 104147-05

Fukuoka, Yoshimi

Applying Mobile-Persuasive Technologies to Increase Physical Activity in Women

IHA

1R34 DK 102100-01

Fukuoka, Yoshimi

Applying Virtual Social Networking to Diabetes Prevention For Filipino Americans

IHA

5R01 AG 043584-02

Hollister, Brooke

Case Management and Problem Solving Therapy for Depressed Older Adults

IHA

3R01 AG 042526-03

Johnson, Julene

Community Choirs to Promote Healthy Aging and Independence of Older Adults

IHA

5R01 AG 042526-03 (supplement)

Johnson, Julene

Community Choirs to Promote Healthy Aging and Independence of Older Adults

IHA

4R00 HG 006452-03

Michie, Marsha

Mapping an ELSI-integrated translational pathway with cell-free fetal DNA testing

       

PN

5R01 NR 014435-02

Dowling, Glenna

Life Enhancing Activities for Family Caregivers of People with Dementia

PN

5R01 NR 012003-04

Drew, Barbara

Home ECG Monitoring to Detect Allograft Rejection Following Heart Transplantation

PN

5R01 NS 076738-04

Hu, Xiao

ICP Elevation Alerting Based on a Predictive Model Hosting Platform

PN

1K23 AG044438-01

Leutwyler, Heather

Factors Associated to Poor Mobility in Older Adults with Schizophrenia

PN

5R01 CA 134900-06

Miaskowski, Christine

Aouizerat, Brad

Symptoms Clusters in Oncology Patients Receiving Chemotherapy

PN

5R01 CA 151692-04

Miaskowski, Christine

Aouizerat, Brad

Characterization of and Treatment for Chemotherapy Neuropathy

PN

5K05 CA 168960-02

Miaskowski, Christine

Advancing the Science of Symptom Management in Oncology Patients

PN

5R33 DC 011510-04

Wallhagen, Margaret

Primary Care Intervention Promoting Hearing Health Care Service Access and Use

       

SBS

5R01 DA 036509-05

Malone, Ruth

Enhancing Civilian Support for Military Tobacco Control

SBS

5R01 CA 143076-04

Malone, Ruth

Exploring voluntary tobacco-related initiatives by businesses

SBS

5R01 CA 120138-07

Malone, Ruth

Investigating Institutional Influences on Tobacco Control

Blue Ridge Mountain 2014 Rankings

The Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research has published the 2014 rankings of NIH funding to US Nursing Schools: http://www.brimr.org/NIH_Awards/2014/NIH_Awards_2014.htm

Ranking

School of Nursing

Award

1

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO

$10,149,031

2

UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT CHICAGO

$7,442,939

3

NEW YORK UNIVERSITY

$6,656,806

4

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

$6,547,161

5

JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

$6,323,211

6

UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES

$6,191,737

7

UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

$5,975,295

8

UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH

$5,877,374

9

DUKE UNIVERSITY

$4,327,395

10

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE

$3,828,731