Applause!

Applause goes out to these colleagues for some recent accomplishments…

 

Nathaniel M. Rickles, Pharm.D., Ph.D., BCPP  for his PCORI Pipeline to Proposal Award to help build the community and capacity necessary to develop a patient-centered comparative effectiveness research project across New England. From the P2P award, he went on to receive both Tier II and Tier III funding from PCORI, to complete his patient-centered research on antidepressant adherence. He is collaborating on the project, “Tailoring Patient Options for Medication Adherence Action Plans in Community Pharmacies,” with several stakeholders, including NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), Walgreen’s, Harvard-Pilgrim, the Massachusetts Pharmacists Association, people with lived experience, and Pro-Cure Health Design.

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Dr. Elizabeth Schoenfeld, for her R03 from AHRQ: “Physician Perspectives Regarding the Use of Shared Decision-Making in the Emergency Department”

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Dr. Timothy Mader, Baystate Medical Center, for his R21 funding from NHLBI, for “Targeted Temperature Management Effectiveness in the Elderly: Insights from a Large Registry”

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Dr. Tomo Tarui, Tufts Medical Center, for his K23 funding from NICHD

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Dr. Ravi Bannuru, Tufts Medical Center,  for his article in Annals of Internal Medicine: “Comparative Effectiveness of Pharmacologic Interventions for Knee Osteoarthritis: A Systematic Review and Network Meta-analysisPharmacologic Interventions for Knee OA”

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Dr. Laura Snydman, Tufts Medical Center, is quoted in Boston.com: “The Key to Healthy Thanksgiving Air Travel: Don’t Touch Anything”

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Dr. Alysse Wurcel, Tufts School of Medicine, for her essay in the American Journal of Kidney Diseases: “To Whom Shall I tell My Grief”

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Dr. Sanaa M. Kamal, Ain Shams University, for her article in American Journal of Gastroenterology, “Host and Viral Determinants of the Outcome of Exposure to HCV Infection Genotype 4: A Large Longitudinal Study”

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Dr. Prudence Plummer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, for her funded R21 from the NIH:  Real world assessment of dual-task performance after stroke

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Dr. Nate Rickles, Northeastern University, for his award from The Boston Roybal Center for Active Lifestyle Interventions (RALI), under the auspices of the NIA

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Dr. Jack C. Schoenholtz, for the re-issue of his work on contemporary healthcare policy in the US…  The Managed Healthcare Insurance Industry — A Market Failure

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Dr. Anna Blumental-Perry, Mercer University, for having an abstract accepted to the ATS International Conference, in San Diego: “Adverse Outcomes Associated With Cigarette Smoke Radicals Related To Damage To Protein Disulfide Isomerase”

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And to those of you who have scored very high with your NIH submissions (you know who you are!) and are shooting for round two!