NIH: Office of Disease Prevention


2016 Co-Funded Research Projects

The Office of Disease Prevention (ODP) provides limited co-funding to NIH Institutes and Centers and other agencies and offices for prevention research grants, projects, meetings, and workshops. Priority is given to:

  • Areas where there are research gaps
  • Opportunities that encourage research priorities and ideas
  • Projects that address research areas across multiple NIH Institutes or Centers
  • Proposals that focus on health disparities.
NIH-Funded Grants
Organization Project Title Grant Number Principal Investigator and Institution
NCI Advancing Dissemination and Implementation Research on Walking and Walkability: Developing Research Priorities 1 R13 CA203386-01 Katherine Kraft, America Walks, Inc.
NIDDK Lifestyle Interventions in Overweight and Obese Pregnant Women Consortium U01 DK094466 Rebecca Clifton, George Washington University
NIDDK Lifestyle Interventions in Overweight and Obese Pregnant Women U01 DK094463 Rebecca Clifton, George Washington University
NHLBI Society of Behavioral Medicine 2016 Annual Meeting & Scientific Sessions 1 R13 HL132444-01 Marian Fitzgibbon, Society of Behavioral Medicine
NHLBI DASH-Sodium Trial in Adolescents 1R01 HL 128834-01A1 Connie Weaver, Purdue University
NHLBI Pregnancy as a Window to Future Cardiovascular Health: Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes, DCAC Application for Supplemental Funds for Cotinine Testing U10HL119991 Corette Parker, Research Triangle Institute
NIDA Society for Prevention Research Annual Meetings, 2012–2016 R13DA033149-05 Deborah Gorman-Smith, Society for Prevention Research, Inc.
NIAMS Conference on Integrative Biology of Exercise 1 R13 AR070619-01 Martin Frank, American Physiological Society
NICHD An RCT of Preconception Weight Loss vs. OCP in Overweight Infertile PCOS Women U10 HD038992-14 Richard Legro, Pennsylvania State University, Hershey Medical Center
NIDA Summer Institute on Innovative Methods R13 DA020334-11 Stephanie Lanza, Pennsylvania State University
NICHD The CFAR Social & Behavioral Science Research Network National Scientific Meeting 5 -R13-HD074468–04 Michael Blank, University of Pennsylvania
NCI 1/3: The Chicago Collaborative to Promote and Advance Cancer Health Equity 1U54CA203000-01 Melissa Simon, Northwestern University at Chicago
NIAAA Intervention to Enhance PrEP Uptake and Adherence in a Community-Based Setting R01AA022067-04 Sarit Golub, Hunter College
NIDA A Trial of Connecting to Prevent Drug Abuse and Risky Behaviors in Foster Teens R01DA038095-01A1 Kevin Haggerty, University of Washington
NHLBI Ten-Day Seminar on the Epidemiology and Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease 1 R13 HL 134247-01 David Goff, University of Colorado Denver
NIH-Sponsored Meetings, Workshops, and Conferences
Organization Project Title Contact Email
NCI Accelerating the Pathway from Ideas to Efficacy: Developing More Effective Interventions for Lifestyle Behaviors Related to Chronic Diseases Josephine Boyington
NCI Workshop on Conceptualizing and Measuring Tobacco Risk/Harm Perception Annette Kaufman
NHLBI Measuring Core Variables in Adult Weight Loss Trials: Toward Optimizing Long-Term Obesity Treatment Cay Loria
NHLBI Mediterranean Diet Clinical Trials Work Group Holly Nicastro
NCI Extending Methods in Dietary Patterns and Cancer Control Jill Reedy
NICHD Rehabilitation Research at NIH: Moving the Field Forward Alison Cernich
NICHD NICHD/Health Systems Partnerships: New Approaches to Advancing Maternal, Child, and Rehabilitation Research Tracy King
ODPHP The Secretary’s Advisory Committee on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for 2030 Meeting Support Emmeline Ochiai
NHLBI NHLBI Forum on Heart, Lung, and Sleep Disorders in American Indian/Alaskan Native/Native Hawaiian (AI/AN/NH) Youth Mona Puggal
NHLBI Summer Institute on RCT Kate Stoney
NCI Boosting Immunity Against Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) Through Magnesium Supplementation: A Novel Approach for Secondary Prevention of Chronic EBV Infection and EBV-Associated Malignancy Michael Lenardo
NCI 9th Annual Conference on the Science of Dissemination and Implementation Gila Neta
Federal Initiatives and Projects
Organization Project Title Contact Email
HHS/OASH/ODPHP Dissemination and Implementation of Prevention Science Through Healthy People 2020 Leading Health Indicators Webinar and Progress Reviews Tiffani Mulder
HHS/OASH/ODPHP Identifying the Scientific Literature Supporting the Social Determinants of Health Emmeline Ochiai
HHS/OASH/ODPHP Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, 2018 Katrina Piercy
ODPHP Leading Health Indicators Disparities Widget Yen Lin
NINDS Data Collection to Support Tracking of Healthy People 2020 Heart Disease and Stroke (HDS) Objectives Katie Pahigiannis
OBSSR NCCOR Coordinating Center Contract Deborah Young-Hyman
APRHB Healthy People 2020 Respiratory Diseases (RD) Work Group Hatice Zahran
NHLBI Effects of Dietary Sodium and Potassium Intake on Health: AHRQ Evidence Review Janet de Jesus
CDC Evaluating the Use of Community Preventive Services Task Force (CPSTF) Insufficient Evidence Findings Within NIH Anita Ellis
NICHD Effects of Interrupting Sedentary Behavior on Metabolic and Cognitive Outcomes in Children Jack Yanovski