Other Support

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

BROWN, A.W.

ACTIVE

R25DK099080 renewal (Allison/Brown/Thomas)
NIH/NIDDK
2020-04-01 – 2025-03-31
$540,000
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)
NIH/NHLBI
2020-07-01 – 2024-06-30
$846,016
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.
Invited Proposal from LOI (Brown/Allison)
Alliance for Potato Research & Education
2020-04-01 – 2022-03-31
$150,000
0.630 Academic
0.923 Summer
Good Plants, Bad Plants: Potatoes and Cardiometabolic Disease.

Re-evaluate existing epidemiological models that test the association between potatoes, isolated as a unique ‘less healthy’ plant based food category, with cardiometabolic outcomes.
(Allison)
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation
2019-06-27 – 2021-09-30
$177,500
0.010 Academic
0.010 Summer
Proposal for Support of Rigor, Reproducibility, and Transparency (RRT) Initiative

Support the training of a postdoctoral fellow to survey rigor, reproducibility, and transparency-related outcomes in the scientific literature.
(Brown)
National Cattlemen’s Beef Association
2019-10-01 – 2021-09-30
$149,838
0.010 Academic
0.010 Summer
Moving beyond single analyses for more rigorous inferences about beef intake and cardiovascular health

Use empirical p-value calibration and multi-verse analyses as two examples of stronger methods for epidemiological evaluation of nutrition-disease outcomes.

Total summer effort: 2.533

Total academic effort: 2.05

PENDING

R25 (Brown)
NIH/NIGMS
2021-04-01 – 2024-03-31
$268,756
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.
Invited Proposal from LOI (Gletsu Miller)
Alliance for Potato Research & Education
2021-01-01 – 2022-12-31
$200,000
0.231 Summer
The Potato Challenge Diet Intervention to Include Potatoes in a Reduced Carbohydrate Diet and Perceptions Regarding Cardiometabolic Health: a Pilot Study.

A feasibility and pilot study to identify beliefs about and effects of potato consumption as sources of carbohydrates among individuals seeking to avoid carbohydrates.
Invited Proposal from LOI (Brown)
Egg Nutrition Center
2020-09-01 – 2022-08-31
$284,786
0.700 Summer
Daily egg consumption and cognitive function in older adults.

Randomized controlled trial to test the effects of providing eggs to older adults to promote executive functioning and memory.
P30AG050886 renewal (Austad)
NIH/NIA
2020-07-01 – 2025-06-30
$5,581,425
0.900 Academic
0.700 Summer
Comparative Bioenergetics of Aging. Renewal of a P30 Nathan Shock Center grant for the study of the basic biology of aging

Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging focused on comparative energetics and aging.
U24AG056053 renewal (Lederman/Austad (Allison for Sub-Award))
NIH/NIA
2020-07-01 – 2025-06-30
$2,077,234
0.700 Academic
0.700 Summer
Nathan Shock Centers Coordinating Center (NSC3) renewal

Coordinate logistics, communication, and synergy of the 6 NIA-funded Nathan Shock Centers by developing and implementing evaluation strategies for assessing their effectiveness.
(Vorland)
Center for Open Science
2020-04-01 – 2020-06-30
$15,100
0.010 Academic
0.010 Summer
Automated data enhancement of the DARPA SCORE Dataset.

Provide automated data extraction and enhancement to the DARPA SCORE Dataset, including data availability statements, study registration, citation metrics, and statistical reporting errors.

Pending summer effort: 2.791

Pending academic effort: 2.61

OVERLAP
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%.