Grant Funding Received by Core Faculty

2018

MIRI (Yeates, PI)
03/2018-02/2021
Brain Canada Foundation $429,000
Implementation of a Clinical Pathway for Acute Care of Pediatric Concussion: Uptake, Outcomes, and Health Care Impacts

389120 (Yeates, Co-I)
04/2018-03/2023
CIHR $669,375
Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopic Measures of Coherence as a New Biomarker of Injury in mTBI Patients

(Yeates, Co-I)
04/2018-03/2019
CIHR $100,000
Precision fluid biomarkers of traumatic brain injury

(Shen and Xiang, Co-PIs)
07/2018-06/2019
Ohio Department of Public Safety/EMS
Virtual Reality Cognitive Assessment Tool for Pediatric TBI

(Smith, PI)
07/2018-06/2019
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission $197,725
Epidemiology of Pediatric Injuries (EPI) Project

2018-102 (Yeates, Co-I)
07/2018-06/2020
The Financial Markets Foundation for Children $159,783
Caring for Children after a Concussion: Uptake, Outcomes, and Health Care Impacts of a Patient-Driven Technology-Assisted Clincial Care Pathway

2017

R34 82166016 (Stanley, Co-I)
2017-2019
NHLBI $75,668
Traumatic Injury Clinical Trial Evaluating Tranexamic Acid in Children.

(Yang, PI)
01/2017-12/2017
The Ohio State University $20,000
Driving performance after concussion in teen drivers

(Smith, PI)
03/2017-06/2017
Ohio Department of Health, Violence and Injury Prevention Program $5,000
Teen Driving Model Policy

R40MC30759 (Xiang, PI)
04/2017-03/2018
Health Resources and Services Administration
A National Study of Medical and Rehabilitation Services for US Children with Traumatic Brain Injuries

HRSA R40MC30759 (Xiang and Bo Lu, Co-PIs)
04/2017-03/2018
Nationwide Children’s Hospital $57,530
A National Study of Medical and Rehabilitation Services for US Children with Traumatic Brain Injuries

HOIF (Yeates, PI)
04/2017-03/2020
Alberta Health Services $375,000
Implementation of the MNCY Clinical Pathway for Acute Care of Pediatric Concussion: Uptake, Outcomes, and Health Care Impacts

R01DA042080 (Z. L. Lu, Co-I)
04/2017-03/2022
National Institute of Drug Abuse $3,837,362
The effects of exposure to violence on risk for substance abuse: neural mechanisms and community level moderators

PULSE (Bridge, PI)
5/2017-4/2019
University of Pennsylvania Research Foundation $19,555
A Pilot Study to Identify Factors that Interrupt Suicide Plans

(Smith, PI)
07/2017-06/2018
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission $219,892
Epidemiology of Pediatric Injuries (EPI) Project

(Smith, PI)
07/2017-06/2018
Columbus Blue Jacket Foundation $50,000
Bicycle Safety and Helmet Program

(Smith, PI)
07/2017-09-2017
Ohio Department of Health, Violence and Injury Prevention Program $5,000
Policy on Intimate Partner Violence and Child Maltreatment

R49CE002106 (McKenzie, PI)
08/2017-07/2019
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Using social media to disseminate injury prevention content: Is a picture worth a thousand words?

3R49CE002106-05S1 (Smith, PI)
08/2017-07/2019
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NCIPC) $1,491,569
Injury Control Research Center

3 R49 CE002106-05S1 (Yang, PI)
08/2017-07/2019
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention $200,000
Impact of Ohio’s Youth Concussion Law on patterns of healthcare utilization

(Casavant, Co-Investigator)
09/2017-08/2018
Health Resources and Services Administration $311,785
Poison Control Center Financial Stabilization & Enhancement Grant

U01CE002855 (Zhu, Site PI and Co-I)
09/2017-08/2020
CDC, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control
A Multi-State Integrated Data Approach to Analyzing Older Occupant Motor Vehicle Crash and Injury Risk Factors

K99/R00 (Shen, PI, Xiang-I)
12/2017-11/2022
NIH/NICHD
Virtual Reality-based Rehabilitation for Children with Traumatic Brain Injuries

(Yeates, Co-I)
12/2017-04/2019
Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation $252,396
Update and Implementation of the ONF Guidelines for Diagnosing and Managing Pediatric Concussion: 2nd Edition

2016

(Yeates, Co-I)
2016-2018
Canadian Traumatic Brain Injury Research Consortium $60,000
The Effect of Individually Tailored Sub-maximal Exercise Prescription in Adolescent Physiological Post-concussion disorder: A Multi-institutional RCT

(Yeates, Co-I)
2016-2019
ERA-NET NEURON $396,000
SiMPly Rehab: Seeing-Moving-Playing: Early Rehabilitation using Visual and Vestibular Technology following Traumatic Brain Injury

(McKenzie, PI)
01/2016-12/2018
Nationwide Foundation
Make Safe Happen App Evaluation

FDN-353680 (Yeates, Co-I)
01/2016-06/2021
CIHR $1,012,691
Bridging the Gap in Paediatric Traumatic Brain Injury: Environmental, Biological and Clinical Markers

1R25HD086885-01 (McKenzie, Co-I)
04/2016-03/2021
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Futures Matter: Transformative Transdisciplinary Summer Research Program

82097615 (Kelleher, PI)
04/2016-01/2021
Group Health Research Institute
A Targeted Approach to a Safer Use of Antipsychotics in Youth

R40MC29448 (Xiang, PI)
4/2016-3/2017
Health Resources and Services Administration $100,000
Assessing Emergency Care for US Injured Children 

(Groner and Xiang, Co-PIs)
07/2016-06/2018
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Clinical and Translational Intramural Funding $40,000
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Virtual Reality-Based Pediatric TBI Rehabilitation

(Smith, PI)
07/2016-06/2017
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission $153,200
Epidemiology of Pediatric Injuries (EPI) Project

(Smith, PI)
07/2016-06/2017
Columbus Blue Jacket Foundation $50,000
Bicycle Safety and Helmet Program

(Xiang and Thakkar, Co-PIs)
07/2016-06/2019
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation
Active and Passive Virtual Reality Distraction for Pain Management during Pediatric Burn Dressing Changes

82179916 (Xiang, PI and Groner, Co-I)
7/2016-6/2017
Ohio Department of Public Safety $72,409
Follow-up Appointment Compliance after Pediatric TBI

1R01HD086704 (Yeates, Co-I)
07/2016-06/2021
NIH $1,955,703
The Impact of Diffuse Mild Brain Injury on Clinical Outcomes in Children

(Casavant, Co-Investigator)
08/2016-07/2017
Centers for Disease Control and Preventionand NCIPC $200,000
Drug Poisonings Among Adolescents and Young Adults in Ohio

1R21HD086451-01A1(Yang, PI, Yeates, Co-I)
08/2016-07/2018
National Institutes of Health/NICHD $424,391
Optimal Physical and Cognitive Rest after Sports-related Concussions

(Casavant, Co-Investigator)
09/2016-08/2017
Health Resources and Services Administration $305,786
Poison Control Center Financial Stabilization & Enhancement Grant

(Bridge, PI) 10/2016-9/2017
OSU College of Medicine, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Clinical Profiles and Treatment Utilization Patterns Associated with Suicide among Youth in Medicaid in the U.S.

2015

15-105 (Denny, Investigator)2015
Reinberger Foundation $20,000
Funded to run a quality improvement project in the inpatient hospital setting, encouraging staff to model safe sleep environments and to education families on safe sleep practices.

5 U03 MC 00003-12(Stanley, PI)
2015-2019
Great Lakes Emergency Medical Services for Children Research Network $2,400,000
Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN), HRSA/MCHB/EMSC Cooperative Agreement Network Grant

(Kelleher, PI)
01/2015-12/2018
Ohio Children’s Hospital Association
Timely Recognition of Abusive Injuries (TRAIN)

(Casavant, Co-Investigator)
03/2015-07/2015
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Drug Poisonings Among Adolescents and Young Adults in Ohio

(Smith, PI)
04/2015-09/2015
Ohio Department of Health $39,996
Bureau of Healthy Ohio Violence and Injury Prevention Research Project

LSRG-0-007-13(Bridge, PI)
05/2015-05/2017
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) $74,953
Neurocognitive Markers of Vulnerability to Suicidal Behavior Across the Life-Cycle

(Smith, PI)
07/2015-06/2016
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission $148,883
Epidemiology of Pediatric Injuries (EPI) Project

FDN-143304 (Yeates, PI)
07/2015-06/2022
Canadian Institutes of Health Research $3,717,142
Advancing Concussion Assessment and Treatment in Children and Youth (A-CATChY)

R21HD085122 (Zhu, PI)
08/2015-06/2019
NIH, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
A Phone App to Reduce Cell Phone Usage among Young Drivers: a Pilot Study

R01AG050581(Zhu, PI)
09/2015-05/2020
NIH, National Institute on Aging
Licensing Laws, Mobility, and Traffic Safety among Older Adults

(Casavant, Co-Investigator)
09/2015-08/2016
Health Resources and Services Administration $305,786
Poison Control Center Financial Stabilization & Enhancement Grant

1R43CE002638(Smith, PI)
09/2015-03/2016
NCIPC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in collaboration with Innovations in Safety, LLC $150,000
A Smoke Alarm that Effectively Awakens Children from Sleep and Prompts Escape

(Xiang and Bo Lu, Co-PIs)
09/2015-08/2017
The Ohio State University College of Public Health and Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Collaborative Postdoctoral Research Program: Bayesian Causal Inference in Pediatric Trauma Research
Note: The fund is solely used to support a Biostatistics Post-doc Fellow

1R21HL128863-01 (Stanley, PI, Leonard, Co-I)
09/2015-08/2018
HRSA/Sub CCHMC
Great Lakes Emergency Medical Services for Children Research Network

(Turgeon & Hutchison, Co-PIs, Yeates, Co-Investigator)
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
12/2015-11/2019
Canadian Traumatic Brain Injury Research Consortium (CTRC) $1,824,513

2014

(Denny, Investigator)
2014
Ohio Department of Health $1,000
Child Injury Action Group

14-105 (Denny, Investigator)
2014
Reinberger Foundation $10,000
Funded to provide sleep sacks as part of the Injury Prevention Learning Collaborative

60039852 (Kelleher, Investigator)
01/2014-06/2015
The Ohio State University
Phase III of the Ohio Family Violence Prevention Project (OFVPP)

(Smith, PI)
03/2014-02/2019
Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Resources and Services Administration $235,635
Healthy Tomorrows Partnership for Children Program in collaboration with Child Injury Prevention Alliance
Promoting Injury Prevention for Children Younger than Six Years of Age through Collaborative

(Bridge and Thomas, Co-PIs)
04/2014-03/2016
Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital Intramural Grant Program $40,000
Intensive Crisis Intervention (ICI): An Open Pilot Trial
Community Partnerships

(Taylor, Co-I, Site Director)
05/2014-04/2017
Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute $135,446,
Comparative effectiveness of problem-solving therapy (F-FAST) for adolescent TBI

R01 MH093552-04S1 (Bridge, PI)
06/2014-04/2017
National Institute on Mental Health (NIMH) $176,181
Impulsive Aggression, Neurocognition, and Suicidal Behavior in Depressed Youth

U01 MH104311 (Bridge, Grupp-Phelan, and King, Co-PIs)
07/2014-06/2017
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) $9,000,000
Emergency Department Screen for Teens at Risk for Suicide (ED-STARS)

(Smith, PI)
07/2014-06/2015
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission $135,130
Epidemiology of Pediatric Injuries (EPI) Project

(Smith, PI)
07/2014-06/2015
Columbus Blue Jacket Foundation $50,000
Bicycle Safety and Helmet Program

(Xiang, PI)
07/2014-06/2015
Ohio Department of Public Safety/EMS Grant
Assessment of Access to Trauma Center Care in Ohio

(McKenzie, PI)
10/2014-02/2015
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Technology Innovation Fund
Development of the Make Safe Happen app

(Yang, PI)
11/2014-04/2016
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) $149,499
Youth Sports TBI Laws: Measuring Public Health Impact on Initial and Recurrent Concussions

2013

H17MC25741 (Denny and Gittelman, Co-PIs)
2013-2018
HRSA, US Department of Health and Human Services $235,635
Healthy Tomorrow’s Grant: Funding to Injury Prevention Learning Collaborative

H17MC25741 (Denny, Co-PI)
2013-2018
Healthy Tomorrow’s Grant $235,635
Funding to Injury Prevention Learning Collaborative a quality improvement project designed to screen children 0-12 month for high risk behaviors and then provide efficient, target anticipatory guidance.

G-1415-22-0886 (Denny, Investigator)
2013-2015
Ohio Children’s Trust Fund Contract $124,999
Funded to lead an Injury Prevention quality improvement model that actively changes physicians’ behaviors that lead to changes in parents’ behaviors, in particular around safe sleep.

(NIJ)- 2012-3097 (Hu and Stanley, Co-PIs)
2013-2015
National Institute of Justice $550,000
Development and Validation of a New Pediatric Head Injury Assessment Tool for Possible Child Abuse Cases Considering Subject-specific Child Head Anatomy

030-93091-996 (Comstock and McKenzie, Co-PIs)
01/2013-07/2013
Nationwide Children’s Hospital Foundation/National Federation of State High School Associations
Expansion of National High School Sports Injury Surveillance Study

R01HD074594(Zhu, PI)
01/2013-12/2016
NIH, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Do cell phone laws reduce calling, texting, and crashes among young drivers?

TM1-127049 (Yeates, Co-Investigator)
03/2013-02/2018
Canadian Institutes of Health Research  & Hotchkiss Brain Institute $1,495,383
Safe to Play: A longitudinal research program to establish best practice in the prevention, early diagnosis and management of sport-related concussion in youth ice hockey players.

(Gagnon, PI, Yeates, Investigator)
03/2013-03/2018
Canadian Institutes of Health Research & McGill University Health Centre Research Institute
Generating Innovation Through the Use of Common Data: Improving the Diagnosis and Treatment of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Children and Youth in Canada $1,366,895

(Emery and Hagel, Co-PIs, Yeates, Co-Investigator)
Alberta Innovates Health Solutions
04/2013-03/2018
Alberta Program in Youth Sport and Recreational Injury Prevention $2,500,000

(Xiang, PI) 06/2013-05/2014
The Ohio State University International Affairs Gateway Research Grant $7,000
Identifying and Reporting of Abuse-related Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury in China

(Smith, PI)
07/2013-06/2014
Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Medical Services $84,475
Evaluation of the Effect of Ohio’s Graduated Driver Licensing Law on Motor Vehicle Crashes and Crash Outcomes Involving Drivers 15½ - 20 Years of Age

(Smith, PI)
07/2013-06/2014
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission $152,357
Epidemiology of Pediatric Injuries (EPI) Project

TM1-127047 (Zemek & Osmond, Co-PIs, Yeates. Co-I)
07/2013-06/2018
Canadian Institutes of Health Research & Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation
Predicting Persistent Postconcussive Problems in Pediatrics (5P) $1,273,705

1R01CA172723-01 (Yeates, Co-I)
07/2013-04/2019
NIH/NCI $2,889,303
Predicting Deficits in Social Competence for Pediatric Brain Tumor Survivors

(Taylor, Co-I, Site Director)
08/2013-05/2018
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development $2,006,666
Predicting outcomes in children with mild traumatic brain injury

1R01HD076885-01 (Yeates, PI)
08/2013-05/2018
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development $2,617,681
Predicting Outcomes in Children with Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

(Keim, PI and Kelleher, Co)
09/2013-03/2014
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
State 3 Meaningful Use: A Clinical Decision Support Dashboard for Pain Management

1R43HD075638-01 (McGonigal, PI, Yeates, Co-I)
09/2013-08/2014
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development(subcontract only): $6,887
Interventions for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

NIH R21 HD076108-01A1(Leonard, PI)
09/2013-08/2015
National Institutes of Health
Pilot Study to Develop a Pediatric Cervical Spine Injury Risk Assessment Tool

R03HS022277-01 (Xiang, PI, Bo Lu, Investigator)
09/2013-08/2015
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality $62,361
National Study of Undertriage of Trauma Patients

1R21HD080377-01 (Comstock and McKenzie, Co-PIs)
12/2013-11/2016
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
Evaluation of Spot Light: A concussion injury management app for youth sports

2012

5 U03 MC 00003-12(Stanley, PI)
2012-2015
Great Lakes Emergency Medical Services for Children Research Network $1,900,000
Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN), HRSA/MCHB/EMSC Cooperative Agreement Network Grant

(Casavant, Co-PI)
01/2012-05/2014
Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center $5,000
Real-time Surveillance Events Associated with Non-prescription Cough and Cold Preparations

(Casavant, Co-PI)
07/2012-06/2015
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Drug & Poison Information Center $14,500
Laundry Detergent Study

(Xiang, PI)
07/2012-06/2014
The Nationwide Children’s Hospital Intramural Fund $11,680
Impact of Chronic Conditions on Outcomes of Pediatric Trauma Patients   

(Smith, PI)
07/2012-06/2013
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission $107,063
Epidemiology of Pediatric Injuries (EPI) Project

1R49 CE002106 (Xiang, PI)
08/2012-07/2017
CDC/National Center for Injury Prevention and Control $500,000
Drug Poisonings Among Ohio Adolescents and Young Adults

(Smith, PI)
08/2012-06/2014
Columbus Blue Jacket Foundation $50,000
Bicycle Safety and Helmet Program

1R49CE002106-01 (Smith, PI)
08/2012-07/2017
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NCIPC) $4,182,600
Injury Control Research Center

R49CE002106-01 (Manganello and McKenzie, Co-PIs)
08/2012-07/2014
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NCIPC)
Disseminating child injury news: What do parents access, understand and use?

R49CE002106-01 (Comstock and McKenzie, Co-PIs)
08/2012-07/2015
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (NCIPC)
Concussion project to evaluate state legislative interventions

R01 CE002129 (Bridge and Grupp-Phelan, Co-PIs)
9/2012-09/2016
Centers for Disease Control (CDC) $1,199,000
STAT-ED: Suicidal Teens Accessing Treatment After Discharge from the ED

(Smith, PI)
09/2012-03/2014
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in collaboration with Child Injury Prevention Alliance $40,000
National Collaboration to Promote Child Injury Prevention

(Kelleher, Co-PI)
09/2012-09/2015
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
STAT-ED: Suicidal Teens Accessing Treatment after an Emergency Department Visit

1U01CE002196-01 (Rivara, PI, Yeates, Co-I and Site PI)
10/2012-05/2016
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(subcontract only): $232,548
Effect of Treatment on Outcome after TBI in Children and Adolescents

2011 and Earlier

R01-HD48946 (Yeates, PI)
08/2006-05/2012
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development $3,824,868
Social Outcomes in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury

1 D43TW007267-02A (Stallones and Xiang, Co-PIs)
04/2007-03/2013
National Institute of Health (NIH) $719,453
USA-China Agricultural Injury Research Training Project

(Comstock and McKenzie, Co-PIs)
07/2008-09/2015
National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE)
High school sports injury surveillance—collecting incidence and exposure data—years 8 through 10

R01HD057155 (McKenzie, PI)
05/2008-03/2013
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
Emergency Department Brief Intervention to Increase Carbon Monoxide Detector Use

(Smith, PI)
08/2008-03/2013
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration $195,143
Ohio Crash Outcome Data Evaluation System (CODES)

1R49CE00117214 (Smith, PI)
09/2008-08/2013
National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Injury Control Research Center $3,337,634

1R49CE001172 (Xiang, PI)
9/2008-8/2013
CDC/National Center for Injury Prevention and Control $449,519
Childhood Injury Statistics Using the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System

2R01-HD42729 (Wade, PI, Yeates, Co-I and Site PI)
09/2009-08/2014
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development(subcontract only): $499,842
Long Term Functional Outcomes of Early TBI

(Casavant, Co-PI)
09/2009-08/2015
Health Resources and Services Administration $711,310
Poison Control Center Financial Stabilization & Enhancement Grant

SM59596 (Stevens, PI)
09/2009-09/2013
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) $960,000
Improving Trauma Care in Central Ohio for Youths with Complex Trauma

(Taylor, Co-I)
10/2009-09-2014
National Institute of Disabilities Research and Rehabilitation, Department of Education
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) for traumatic brain injury interventions in children
$3,476,834

H133B090010 (Wade, PI, Yeates, Co-I and Site PI)
10/2009-09/2015
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (subcontract only): $550,000
Rehabilitation Research & Training Center (RRTC) for Traumatic Brain Injury Interventions in Children

(Smith, PI)
07/2010-06/2013
Central Benefits Health Care Foundation $450,000
Safe Play Areas for Ross County Kids (SPARK) Project

(Smith, PI)
07/2010-06/2012
Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Medical Services $138,770
Factors Affecting Motor Vehicle Crashes in Ohio

5R03DE019176-02 (Comstock and McKenzie, Co-PIs)
08/2010-07/2012
National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
Mouthguard BITES (Behavior, Impulsivity, Theory Evaluation Study)

3R01-HD48946-S1 (Yeates, PI)
08/2010-07/2012
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development ARRA supplement $261,793
Social Outcomes in Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury

1R01OH009585-01A1 (Xiang, PI)
09/2010-08/2014
National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (CDC) $762,068 
Secondary Injuries among U.S. Workers with Disabilities

1H34MC193530100 (Stanley, PI)
2010-2012
EMSC Targeted Issues Grant $600,000
Progesterone for Traumatic Brain Injury in Children

(Smith, PI)
05/2011-07/2012
Columbus Blue Jacket Foundation $50,000
Bicycle Safety and Helmet Program

(Smith, PI)
07/2011-06/2013
Ohio Department of Public Safety, Division of Emergency Medical Services in collaboration with Child Injury Prevention Alliance $110,000
Promotion of Injury Prevention in Ohio Through the Use of Social Media by Ohio Emergency Medical Services

R01 MH093552 (Bridge, PI)
07/2011-04/2017
National Institute on Mental Health (NIMH) $2,101,000
Impulsive Aggression, Neurocognition, and Suicidal Behavior in Depressed Youth

2011-67023-30606 (Ramirez, PI, Yang, Investigator)
09/2011-08/2016
United States Department of Agriculture $259,191
Evaluation of PreKids; A Program for Enhancing Resiliency Among Rural Children with Disabilities

000HCUHE-2011-02404 (Comstock, PI, Yeates, Co-I)
09/2011-09/2012
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention $122,951
TBI Sports, Evaluation and Surveillance Project

(Smith, PI)
10/2011-06/2012
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission $97,842
Epidemiology of Pediatric Injuries (EPI) Project

(Smith, PI)
10/2011-06/2013
Ohio Department of Health, Violence and Injury Prevention Program (VIPP) $127,000
Motor Vehicle Child Injury Prevention Policy Component of VIPP

(McKenzie, PI)
01/2011-12/2012
UPS Foundation
Safety Boost Tool

(McKenzie, PI)
04/2011-03/2012
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Child-resistant spray-bottle for household cleaning products

740311 (Yeates, PI)
07/2011-12/2012
Ohio Department of Safety Emergency Medical Services $63,810
Ohio School re-Entry and Transition Program (STEP) for Children with TBI

2 U03 MC 00003-11(Stanley, PI)
2011-2012
Great Lakes Emergency Medical Services for Children Research Network $630,000
Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network (PECARN), HRSA/MCHB Network Grant