Research grants

KUMC's Institute for Community Engagement use grants and contracts to help fulfill our mission by serving the needs of our community through active engagement. The table below helps showcase the extent our services reach throughout Kansas as well as the region.

Recent/Active Institute for Community Engagement Grants

Principal Investigator Co-
Investigators/
Advisors/
Evaluators
Title of Grant Funding Source Total Direct Costs Years
Eve-Lynn Nelson, PhD* Mary Beth Warren, MS*,
Les Sperling
Comprehensive Telemedicine Services to Expand and Enhance Substance Abuse Treatment for Rural College Students SAMHSA $675,000 2011-2014
Allen Greiner David Cook, PhD* CNP—Centers for Reducing Cancer Disparities Thru Research and Training (U54) National Cancer Institute (NCI) $4,770,015 2010-2015
Kim Richter David Cook, PhD* Effectiveness Research on Smoking Cessation in Hospitalized Patients (U01). National Institute of Health (NIH) $1,800,000 2010-2014
Ryan Spaulding, PhD* David Cook, PhD* Heartland Telehealth Resource Center (HTRC) HRSA/ORHP $980,000 2010-2013
Eve-Lynn Nelson, PhD* Linda Redford , PhD* Kansas Comprehensive Telehealth Services for Older Adults HRSA for the Advancement of Telehealth $654,000 2009-2012
David Lindeman, PhD and Suzanne Hawley, PhD Mary Beth Warren, MS* Pediatric epilepsy prevalence study (AUCD) AUCD $1,009,412 2008-2011
Edward Ellerbeck, MD, MPH Mary Beth Warren, MS* Kan Quit II NIH Directs - $2,058,095 Directs and indirects $3,087,144 2009-2014
Ann Davis, PhD Mary Beth Warren, MS* Healthy School's Project NIH $100,000 2009-2011
Chris Dailey, PhD David Cook, PhD* Using CBPR to Implement Smoking Cessation in an Urban American Indian Community NIH $600,000 2008-2013
Linda Redford, PhD Mary Beth Warren, MS* Kansas Comprehensive Geriatric Education Program DHHS/HRSA $172,800 2005-2012
Eve-Lynn Nelson, PhD* Ryan Spaulding, PhD*
Mary Beth Warren, MS*
Kansas Telehealth Services for Pediatric Epilepsy HRSA $721,500 2009-2012
Joshua Freeman, MD Ryan Spaulding, PhD* Infrastructure for Addressing Imbedded Health Disparities Project HRSA $387,739 2008-2011
Christine Daley, PhD Ryan Spaulding, PhD* Using CBPR to Implement Smoking Cessation in an Urban American Indian Community NIH/NCMHD $600,000 2008-2013
Kim Richter, PhD Ryan Spaulding, PhD*,
Mary Beth Warren, MS*
Telemedicine for Smoking Cessation in Rural Primary Care NIH/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute $1,936,950 2008-2011
Eve-Lynn Nelson, PhD*,
Linda Redford, PhD
Kansas Comprehensive Telehealth Services for Older Adults HRSA for the Advancement of Telehealth $654,000 2009-2012
*Designates individuals who have a formal reporting relationship to KUMC's Institute for Outreach and Community Engagement .
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In addition, KUMC's Institute for Outreach and Community Engagement is currently in the process of obtaining the following grants and contracts.

Grants and Contracts Submitted

Principal Investigator Co-
Investigators/
Advisors/
Evaluators
Title of Grant Funding Source Total Direct Costs Years Status
Gary Doolittle,
David Cook, Outreach Core Director
Improving Access to Clinical Trials for Rural Cancer Patients Susan B. Komen Foundation/ASCO Cancer Foundation $1,350,000 December, 2010-2012 Submitted, December 2010
Ajay Nangia David Cook, Outreach Core Director Specialized Cooperative Centers Program in Reproduction and Infertility Research NIH $2,000,000 Submitted, March 2011

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