Dr. Jaroslaw Harezlak was awarded a 5-year R01 grant from NIMH to develop “Statistical Models for Multi-Modal Brain Imaging Studies”. Statistical method development proposed in his grant is driven by the study of neurocognitive impairment and its progression in HIV patients which include multi-modal brain imaging measures, as well as, longitudinal host and viral markers. The project will focus on determining imaging... Read more
Dr. Patrick Monahan was awarded a 3-year R01 grant from NIA to develop a clinically practical multidimensional caregiver-reported and self-reported instrument to measure and monitor the symptoms of elderly patients living with multiple chronic conditions. The mixed-methods will include focus groups, cognitive interviewing, field testing, and full psychometric analyses including sensitivity to change and validity... Read more
Dr. Harezlak is a site PI on the R01 grant “PREDICTING BRAIN CHANGES IN HIV/AIDS” funded by the NINDS in August 2012.
Jointly with Dr. Thompson at UCLA and Dr. Navia at Tufts University, Dr. Harezlak... Read more
Dr. Patrick Monahan was awarded an R01 grant from NIAMS to investigate the clinical validity of the NIH PROMIS pain and depression questionnaires. The purpose of this 4 year study is to validate the NIH PROMIS pain and depression measures with respect to sensitifity to change, establishment of minimum important differences including a Delphi expert panel, and diagnostic accuracy of depression measures compared to... Read more
The Indiana Alzheimer’s Disease Center (IADC) received a five-year renewal grant in August 2011 from the National Institute on Aging (NIA). The IADC was first established in 1991 as one of 30 Alzheimer’s Disease Centers in the country. The IADC includes a Data Management and Statistics Core (Data Core). The Data Core was initially established by Dr. Sujuan Gao in September 2004 through a competitive supplemental application; it was successfully... Read more