Other Support

For New and Renewal Applications (PHS 398) – DO NOT SUBMIT UNLESS REQUESTED



R01 CA266135 (van der Plas)
2022-09-01 – 2027-08-01
0.300 Calendar
Identifying markers of abnormal neurocognitive trajectories during chemotherapy treatment of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia.

To identify markers of altered neurocognitive development in ALL patients
SCISIPBIO (Brown [Maney/Vorland for NIH component])
2023-05-01 – 2027-04-30
1.500 Calendar
SCISIPBIO: Maximizing the Value of Sex-Inclusive Research Policies through Analytical Rigor

Determine the impact of analytical approaches on the accurate and inaccurate reporting of sex-specific effects, identify factors that inform decisions about analytical approaches to sex-based data, and disseminate tools for designing and evaluating studies that consider sex as a biological variable. This is the NSF component of a joint NSF/NIH initiative.
P20GM109096 (Weber)
2021-08-01 – 2026-07-31
2.400 Calendar
Center for Childhood Obesity Prevention

The goal of the CCOP is to establish a broad-based, multi-disciplinary disease prevention center, rooted in a team science approach and spanning the full translational spectrum, to bring together research in complex disease origins, epidemiology, and social systems to address the childhood obesity crisis. Efforts will continue to build state-of-the-art institutional biomedical research infrastructure to support this goal, as well as continuing to build and train a critical mass of scientists focused on creating the base of evidence for strategies to improve child health.
R01LM014079 (Kilicoglu/Mayo-Wilson)
2022-07-01 – 2026-03-31
0.650 Calendar
Computational Methods, Resources, and Tools to Assess Transparency and Rigor of Randomized Clinical Trials

This project will evaluate transparency and rigor of randomized clinical trials through comparison of manuscripts against accepted reporting guidelines, and developing computational approaches to evaluate these aspects at scale.
Lyon Award (Sharma)
2023-07-01 – 2025-06-30
Racial and Skin pigment-related Disparities in Pulse Oximetry in Critically ill Infants

Determine the extent of bias in pulse oximeter reported oxygen saturation versus measured arterial oxygen saturation across race and skin pigmentation to improve outcomes of infants with hypoxic respiratory failure and reduce inequities in their care by improving inpatient monitoring strategies.
TRI (Sharma)
2023-07-01 – 2025-06-30
0.360 Calendar
Beyond Race: Objectively assessed skin color and its association with pulse oximeter bias in critically ill infants.

Determine the extent of systematic bias in pulse oximetry across race and skin pigmentation. Determine the association of maturation dependent melanin changes with pulse oximeter bias.
R25DK099080 renewal (Allison/Brown/Thomas)
2020-04-01 – 2025-03-31
0.500 Academic
0.690 Summer
The Mathematical Sciences in Obesity Research.

Annual week long short course to teach and facilitate discussion on mathematical and quantitative obesity-related research.
R25HL124208 renewal (Allison/Brown/Fontaine)
2020-07-01 – 2024-06-30
0.900 Academic
0.900 Summer
Strengthening Causal Inference in Behavioral Obesity Research.

Annual week long short course to teach and facilitate discussion on causal inference in obesity-related studies. Renewal grant.
R25GM141507 (Brown)
2021-07-01 – 2024-06-30
1.000 Academic
0.450 Summer
Removing barriers to better data practices through capacity, opportunity, and motivation

R25 for data and code verification and sharing educational, online materials built around sound pedagogical practices and behavior change theory.
UL1TR003107 (James)
2019-07-01 – 2024-06-01
0.600 Calendar
Expanding Translational Research in Arkansas.

The UAMS Translational Research Institute (TRI) works in partnership with communities and stakeholders to develop and conduct clinical and translational research (CTR) that will measurably improve the health of Arkansans.

Total summer effort: 2.04

Total academic effort: 2.4


P01 (Weber/Swindle)
2024-07-01 – 2029-06-30
1.800 Calendar
An Implementation Science Approach to a Multi-Component, Integrated CVD Risk Reduction Strategy in Children – The Healthy Arkansas Kids (HARK) Study

The Healthy Arkansas Kids (HARK) Program will pursue the central theme of improving and leveraging Implementation Science tools toward
cardiovascular disease prevention among children living in a primarily rural, high-poverty state.
R01 (Strub)
2024-04-01 – 2029-03-01
1.200 Calendar
Next Generation Treatments for Lymphatic Malformations

Utilize comparative multi-omics to develop microRNA-based therapeutics that target novel molecular pathways driving proliferation, infection, and local tissue invasion in lymphatic malformations.
U01 (Jones)
2024-03-01 – 2031-02-28
1.200 Calendar
Arkansas Center for Food Allergy Research (ArCOFAR)

Clinical Research Center within the Consortium for Food Allergy Research to impact patients with food allergy and related disorders through expertly designed, innovative clinical trials using novel approaches that can advance translation of treatments and prevention strategies to practice, while training the next generation of researchers.

Pending summer effort: 0

Pending academic effort: 0

Scientific: None. Budgetary: None.
In addition to the grants listed above, Dr. Brown is involved in service and teaching at his institution. Dr. Brown has reviewed his obligations and confirms that the aggregate effort does not and will not exceed a percent effort of 100%.