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CTSI Announces the 2020 Traditional Pilot Awardees

CTSI Announces the 2020 Traditional Pilot Awardees

The CTSI Traditional Pilot Awards are intended to support innovative, multidisciplinary and multi-institutional studies that advance Clinical and Translational Research. This approach has been successful and has catalyzed the formation of many multi and transdisciplinary research teams of scientists.

Support for the 2020 Traditional Pilot Awards comes from Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Research and Education Program (AHW REP) and is supported by grant UL1TR001436 from the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program of the National Center for Research Resources and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences.

Congratulations to the 2020 Traditional Pilot Awardees

An examination of factors driving patient-controlled analgesia decision-making and subsequent opioid consumption in post-surgical youth

Keri Hainsworth

Co-PI:  Keri Hainsworth, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

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Co-PI:  Hobart Davies, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Co-Investigators:  Michelle Czarnecki, MSN, RN-BC, CPNP, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin; Amy Drendel, DO, Medical College of Wisconsin; Pippa Simpson, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin; Steve Weisman, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Investigation and characterization of a new genetic platelet disorder

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PI: Shawn Jobe, MD, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

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Co-PI: Robert Burns, PhD, Versiti, Blood Center of Wisconsin

Virtual Reality-Assisted Medication Administration Caregiver Training

Praveen S Goday

PI: Praveen Goday, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Co-Investigators: John LaDisa, Jr., PhD, Marquette University; Alan Silverman, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Evaluation of circulating factors associated with gut microbiome

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PI: Srividya Kidambi, MD, MS, Medical College of Wisconsin

Co-Investigators: Kulwinder Dua, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin; Sridhar Rao, PhD, MD, Versiti, Blood Center of Wisconsin

Oligosaccharide supplementation among Clostridium difficile Hematology-Oncology patients

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PI: L Silvia Munoz-Price, MD, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Co-Investigators: Melanie Goessl, RD, CD, Froedtert Hospital; Elisabeth Gorecki, RD, Froedtert Hospital; Lyndsey Runaas, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin; Jonathan Thompson, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Structured Cognitive Therapy to Improve Neurocognitive Dysfunction in Older Intensive Care Unit Sepsis Survivors

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Co-PI: Jonathon Truwit, MD, MBA, Froedtert Hospital

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Co-PI: Rahul Nanchal, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Co-Investigators: Terri deRoon-Cassini, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin; James Hoelzle, PhD, Marquette University

The Influence of Non-Caloric Artificial Sweeteners on the Metabolome, Body Composition, and Glycemic Control in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes

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Co-PI: Brian Hoffmann, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Susanne M Cabrera

Co-PI: Susanne Cabrera, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

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Co-PI: Michele Polfuss, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Co-Investigator: Andrea Moosreiner, RD, MPH, Medical College of Wisconsin

Implementation of Automated Measures of Language Environments to Improve Educator Efficacy & Reduce Disparities in Disadvantaged Urban Youth

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Co-PI: John Heilmann, PhD, CCC-SLP, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

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Co-PI: John Meurer, MD, MBA, Medical College of Wisconsin

Co-Investigator: Maura Moyle, PhD, CCC-SLP, Marquette University

Feasibility of a Multi-Institutional Validation Study of the Injured Trauma Survivor Screen

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PI: Josh Hunt, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Co-Investigators: Marc de Moya, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin; Terri deRoon-Cassini, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin; Christine Larson, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Katy Maher, PhD, Virginia Commonwealth University; Randi Smith, MD, Emory University School of Medicine

Surveillance of Pediatric Pathogens for Trends in Antimicrobial Resistance and Epidemiology

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Co-PI: Karen Sue Kehl, PhD, D (ABMM), Medical College of Wisconsin

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Co-PI: Erik Munson, PhD, Marquette University

Robust and Adaptive Design-based Algorithms for Risk prediction (RADAR) in impact injury environments.

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Co-PI: Anjishnu Banerjee, PhD, Medical College of

Co-Investigators: John Frank LaDisa, PhD, Marquette University; Yoganandan Narayan, PhD, Medical College of Wisconsin

Effects of Preeclampsia and Preterm Birth on Maternal Endothelial Function

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Co-PI: Jacquelyn Kulinski, MD, Medical College of Wisconsin

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Co-PI: Nicole Lohr, MD, PhD, Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center

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Co-PI: Jennifer McIntosh, DO, MS, Medical College of Wisconsin



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