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Grants and Funding: Extramural Programs (EP)

Informatics for Disaster Management Awards

The list below consists of new and continuing grant awards made by NLM, sorted by fiscal year. Multi-year projects will appear each year in which funds are awarded. New investigators are defined as those who have not previously received a significant NIH independent research grant; Early Stage investigators are those new investigators who are in the first 10 years of their research career.

Fiscal Years

2007

Branas, Charles C
Improving the trauma system response to disaster
5 R21 LM008700-02
University of Pennsylvania

Brownstein, John S
Informatics for empirically supported influenza pandemic control strategies
5 R21 LM009263-02
Children's Hospital Boston

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2006

Branas, Charles C
Improving the trauma system response to disaster
1 R21 LM008700-01A2
University of Pennsylvania

Brownstein, John S (New Investigator)
Informatics for empirically supported influenza pandemic control strategies
1 R21 LM009263-01
Children's Hospital Boston

Hogan, William R
Detectability of Epidemics from Over-the-Counter Sales
5 R21 LM008278-03
University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh

Kleinman, Kenneth P
Methods for evaluating bioterrorism surveillance tools
5 R21 LM008707-02
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Inc.

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2005

Grannis, Shaun
Syndromic Surveillance Data Exchange and Analysis
5 R21 LM007970-03
Indiana University

Hogan, William R
Detectability of Epidemics from Over-the-Counter Sales
5 R21 LM008278-02
University of Pittsburgh

Kleinman, Kenneth P
Methods for evaluating bioterrorism surveillance tools
1 R21 LM008707-01
Harvard Pilgrim Hlth Care

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2004

Hogan, William R
Detectability of Epidemics from Over-the-Counter Sales
1 R21 LM008278-01
University of Pittsburgh

Overhage, J Marc
Syndromic Surveillance Data Exchange and Analysis
5 R21 LM007970-02
Indiana University

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2003

Mandl, Kenneth D
Disease Surveillance in Real Time: Geotemporal Methods
1 R01 LM007677-01
Children's Hospital (Boston)

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