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Chapman University Research Awards for November 2023

The Office of Research announced the following research grants awarded to Chapman University faculty in November 2023.

dede teteh$57,203 – National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (via subcontract from HairDays, Inc.)

Dede Teteh, assistant professor of health sciences. Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences.

Knowledge Engine – A computational approach to combatting dermatological health disparities in underserved communities.

brent harper$3,000 – Cardon Rehabilitation & Medical Equipment Ltd. and the California Orthopedic Manual Physical Therapy Special Interest Group

Brent Harper, associate professor of physical therapy. Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences.

Assessing the Acute Clinical Effects of Two Different Types of Soft Tissue Mobilization Techniques: Compressive vs. Decompressive.

laura glynn$133,200 (Administrative Supplement) – National Institute of Mental Health (via subaward from UC Irvine)

Laura Glynn, professor of psychology; associate dean for research. Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences.

Fragmented Early-Life Experiences, Aberrant Circuit Maturation, Emotional Vulnerabilities.

jerika lam$82,871 – Major maker of HIV prevention drugs

Jerika Lam, associate professor of pharmacy practice. School of Pharmacy.

Exploring barriers and facilitators to pharmacy-based HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis.

julia boahm$153,582 – American Heart Association

Julia Boehm, associate professor of psychology. Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences.

Psychosocial Assets and Cardiovascular Health in Adulthood: A Mixed Methods Investigation

veronique olivier$2,400 – FACE Foundation

Veronique Olivier, associate professor of world languages and cultures. Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences.

Albertine Cinematheque Committee.

andrew jordan$4,635 – Air Force Office of Scientific Research (through a subaward from University of Rochester)

Andrew Jordan, professor of physics; co-director of Institute for Quantum Studies. Schmid College of Science and Technology.

Non-Imaging Advanced Scene Characterization.

Staci Dumoski