The St. David’s Center for Health Promotion & Disease Prevention Research in Underserved Populations (St. David’s CHPR) provides pilot seed-monies to full-time faculty and research scientists to conduct small projects deemed necessary to move their programs of research forward. These projects are designed to facilitate interdisciplinary and collaborative research that address health promotion and disease prevention to meet the needs of underserved populations. Funded investigators must submit progress reports and are expected to disseminate their results and seek larger extramural research funding.
St. David’s CHPR expects to make 2 – 3 pilot grant awards in amounts between $10,000 (for more limited projects such as secondary data analysis, translation/instrument testing) to $30,000 (for intervention development or feasibility testing), as funding allows.
2015-16 Pilot Research Grants Form/Document
- Download the Pilot Research Grants: Call for Letters of Intent (PDF) and submit it to CHPR@mail.nur.utexas.edu by October 17, 2016, 12 noon.
Past Recipients of Pilot Research Grants
|2016||Marge Benham-Hutchins, Sharon A Brown, Erin Donovan, Henry Guevara (UT Nurse Practitioner).||Bridging the gap: The influence of hospitalization on Hispanic patients’ chronic disease self-management|
|2016||Kathrynn Pounders; Brad Love, Lynn Rew, Marla Royne Stafford, Michael Mackert.||Understanding the impact of gender identity issues on treatment decisions among female adolescents and young adults|
|2016||Kavita Radhakrishnan; Lauren Jodi Van Scoy, Miyong Kim, Shubhada Saxena (Social Work & president of South Asian Indian Volunteers’ Association).||Community-based conversation game intervention to engage south Asian Indians with advanced care planning: A pilot feasibility study|
|2015||Susan De Luca||Developing a Web-Based Intervention for Adolescents in Distress: A Mixed-Methods Study|
|2015||Mary Steinhardt||Discrimination, Physiological Stress and Metabolic Syndrome in a Multiracial Adult Sample|
|2014||Kentya Ford||Exploring Culturally-linked Motivational and User-generated Internet-based Communication Strategies Related to Cigar Use and Alteration among African American Young Adults|
|2014||Karen Johnson & Christopher Salas-Wright||Examining Hispanic Adolescent Alcohol Use and Health-risk Behavior: The Feasibility of a Biobehavioral Approach|
|2013||Yuri Jang||If You Build It, Will They Come? Feasibility of an Internet Intervention for Older Ethnic Minorities|
|2013||Bo Xie||Developing an eHealth Tutorial for Older Adults to Use Online Health Resources|
|2012||Namkee Choi||A Pilot Study of the Internet-Based Chronic Disease Self-Management Program for Low-Income Homebound Older Adults|