Priscila Tamplain, associate professor, received an award by Apraxia Kids for the project Developmental Coordination Disorder Characteristics in Children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech: An Estimation of Prevalence in the United States. Amount: $49,887
Tiffany Kindratt, assistant professor, received a Department of Health and Human Services award for the project Uncovering Maternal and Child Health Disparities among Middle Eastern and North African Women and Children in the United States. Amount: $99,996
Jody Greaney, assistant professor, and PhD student Ashley Darling received an American College of Sports Medicine Foundation award for the project The moderating influence of physical activity on the link between daily stress vulnerability and blood pressure reactivity. Amount: $4,998
Associate Professor R. Matthew Brothers, principal investigator, and Professor Paul Fadel, co-investigator, received an award from The Peanut Institute for the project Peanuts and Neurocognitive / Cardiovascular Health in Black Individuals. Amount: $100,000
Daniel Trott, assistant professor, and PhD student David Buckley, received an American College of Sports Medicine Foundation award for the project Influence of exercise on age-related metabolic dysfunction: role of local inflammation. Amount: $5,000
Zui Pan, professor, spoke in June at the International Conference of Trace Elements and Minerals, her presentation was titled Identification of an Unrecognized Novel Role of SMIT1 in Zinc Uptake
Yue Liao, assistant professor, in June 2022 presented at the Society for Ambulatory Assessment Conference, the project titled The use of continuous glucose monitoring as a biobehavioral strategy in physical activity intervention for cancer survivors: Results from a pilot study.
Kristin Gigli, assistant professor, presented at the AcademyHealth Annual Research Conference on the poster presentation, Advanced Practice Providers in Acute Care Settings: Challenges in Hiring to Meet Demand.
Lynda Jarrell, clinical assistant professor, in April presented at the Texas Nurse Practitioners 10th Annual Primary Care & Pharmacology Conference, titled Therapeutic Management of Asthma and Allergic Conditions in Adults. Jarrell also had a presentation titled Pharmacologic Treatment for Migraine Headaches at the conference.
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners, Gigli, K.H., Sonney, J., McRae, E. M., Reyes, I., & Peck, J. L. (2022). NAPNAP position statement on promoting the pediatric nurse practitioner workforcepipeline. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 36(3), 295-299.
Oyegoke, S. & Gigli, K.H. (2022). Evaluation of the Culture of Safety in Pediatric Primary Care Practices. Journal of Patient Safety. 18(4), e753-759.
Z.T. Martin, G. Olvera, C.A. Villegas, J.C. Campbell, J.D. Akins, and R.M. Brothers. The Impact of a Plant-Based Diet on Indices of Cardiovascular Health in African Americans: A Cross-Sectional Study. Accepted by Applied Physiology Nutrition, and Metabolism, June 2022.
Barbara J. Patterson, Meagan R. Rogers, Susan Gross Forneris, and Patti Allard authored The Feasibility of Accelerating to Practice for Senior Baccalaureate Nursing Students' Capstone Experience published in Nursing Education Perspectives in 2022.
Blakeman, J. R., Eckhardt, A. L., & Kim, M. J. (2022). The lay public’s knowledge of the most common acute coronary syndrome symptoms experienced by women and men. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing.