Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by APPLICANT): The critical need for parent involvement in early intevention is clear in federal regulations (Individuals with Disabilities Act, Part C) and is supported repeatedly in research by positive benefits for parents and forchildren developing a range of skills. Since… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Although strict adherence to antiretroviral therapy (ART) is required to achieve health benefits of treatment, there are no known interventions that have improved ART adherence among young Black men who have sex with men (YBMSM). Novel, sustainable interventions… more
Abstract:PROJECT ABSTRACT Glaucoma is a common neurodegenerative disease which is the 2nd leading cause of blindness in the United States. With the aging baby boomer population, these numbers will continue to increase exponentially over the next few decades. With glaucomatous progression, there is ultimately… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Although numerous advances have been made in the treatment of severe hemorrhage, current blood plasma substitutes do not address new insights in resuscitation medicine. Research in fluid technologies and vascular response following significant pre-hospital… more
Abstract:Injuries to soft tissues in extremities represent a high percentage of battlefield wounds in recent conflicts. Therapies for restoring function to injured muscle are needed for Wounded Warriors suffering from debilitating and sometimes disfiguring musculoskeletal injuries. Regenerative medicine… more
Abstract:Skeletal muscle injury is a significant challenge to warfighters due to the severity of the injuries often caused by Improvised Explosive Devices. Currently, there are few viable clinical treatment options for these types of injuries. Keratin hydrogels offer a solution to these challenges as… more
Abstract:The improvement of body armor, equipment, and decreases in patient transport times have dramatically improved survival of combat injuries. However, data suggests that future conflicts will require more aggressive wound management at the point of injury to deal with more complex wounds particularly… more
Abstract:According to the American Cancer Society 220,000 men and women in the U.S. develop lung and bronchial cancer every year and 147,000 die of the disease. Of lung cancer patients, 85% present with non-small-cell lung cancer and 16.7% of these will present with localized disease. Note that lung cancer… more
Abstract:Reducing foreign dependence on petroleum-based materials is a key to enhancing the US agricultural economy in the long-term. In recent years with the rising costs of petrochemical prices, there has been an increasing interest in renewable sourced specialty chemicals. Presently, less than 4 percent… more
Abstract:A growing body of research underscores the need to prepare students socially—as well as academically—to ensure successful transition to middle school and foster subsequent academic success. This project team is developing a prototype of a series of web-based interactive games to help students… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Over the past several decades, a large number of mental health (MH) practices and interventions have been rigorously tested through randomized control trials and shown efficacious. However, despite availability, evidence-based interventions (EBIs) are rarely… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Clinical science and its translation into preventive and clinical patient care are the primary means by which the nation's health care goals are fulfilled. NIH's broad mission to improve health outcomes for all people can only be achieved if scientific… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is an increasingly common self-harming behavior among adolescents and young adults, with current estimates of NSSI in youth ranging from 12-37%. Although NSSI is associated with other mental health problems (e.g., depression,… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Although high school success and completion are among the most important determinants of future life outcomes, over half a million adolescents in the United States drop out of school each year. School dropout has negative individual (e.g., increased likelihood of… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): As emphasized by the NIH Roadmap and NCRR's Strategic Priorities, NIH's broad mission to improve health outcomes for all persons depends on the ability to train and retain future generations of clinical and translational researchers who can quickly and… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Newborn screening is currently performed by collecting dried bloodspots from infants and then sending them to a lab for analysis. It is primarily performed to detect disorders which lead to severe physical and mental disabilities. There is an increasing necessity… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Jaundice is the most common condition that requires urgent medical attention in some newborns and is the result of elevation in circulating unconjugated bilirubin. The unbound unconjugated bilirubin can be specificallyneurotoxic and, if untreated, is associated… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Autologous stem cells and growth factors provide valuable therapies for a variety of indications. When stem cells and growth factors are co-delivered, they produce a greater therapeutic effect than delivery of either stem cells or growth factors alone. However,… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Approximately 500,000 bone-grafting procedures are performed each year in the United States. Autologous iliac crest bone graft continues to be the gold standard, because it provides essential elements for bone formation: progenitor cells, an osteoconductive… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Back pain is one of the leading reasons for physician visits in the United States and in many cases requires surgical intervention. In the United States, there are over 500,000 spinal fusion surgeries every year, and the frequency of these surgeries is projected… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Over 700,000 surgical hernia repairs are performed each year in the United States and despite recent advances, a significant rate of recurrence persists. Of these surgeries, 100,000 are for incisional or visceral herniarepairs, which cost 1.7B annually and have a… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Calvarial reconstruction continues to present challenges for surgeons. Although the gold standard for restoration of the skull is autologous bone, particularly from the removed flap, substitutes are often necessary dueto the flap becoming infected or infiltrated… more
Abstract:DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Burn injuries and chronic wounds present a significant burden to patients and the US healthcare system. Each year in the US, there are 450,000 burns that require medical treatment and 45,000 burns that require hospitalization. One of the most common causes of… more
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