GRANT: Lowenstein Funded to Implement Patient Decision Support

Lisa Lowenstein, PhD (2017 Fellow) was recently awarded funding by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) for the D&I project entitled Implementing Patient Decision Support for Lung Cancer Screening through Tobacco Quitlines. Dr. Lowenstein serves as Dual-PI alongside Dr. Robert Volk, the project’s primary investigator. This grant will use the Consolidated Framework for Implementation Research […]

GRANT: Salloum Awarded Funding to Address Tobacco Smoke Exposure

Ramzi Salloum, PhD (2016 Cohort) was recently awarded a grant from the James and Esther King Biomedical Research Program entitled “Clinically-Efficient Strategies to Address Tobacco Smoke Exposure in Pediatric Practice.” The grant will assess the feasibility and efficacy of a scalable, automated EHR tool for tobacco screening and counseling, along with provider training on best […]