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Newly Funded Projects

In September 2014, the MCH Research Program awarded fifteen new extramural research grants: seven multiyear, five one-year projects based on secondary data analyses, one Autism Longitudinal Data Project, one MCH Adolescent and Young Adult Health Research Network (AYAH-RN) project, one MCH Health Care Transitions Research Network (HCT-RN) for Youth and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders project, and one the Bridging the Word Gap Research Network. Newly awarded projects are as follows:

A Controlled Trial of Sertraline in Young Children with ASD
UC Davis - 9/1/2014

Comparative Efficacy of a Self-directed and Therapist-assisted Telehealth Parent Training Intervention for Children with ASD
Michigan State University - 9/1/2014

Comprehensive Communication Intervention for Minimally Verbal Children with Autism
Vanderbilt University - 9/1/2014

Does Mindfulness Training Enhance Early Evidence-based Parent-coaching Interventions?
Vanderbilt University Medical Center - 9/1/2014

Investigation of Teacher-Mediated Toilet Training Using a Manualized Moisture Alarm Intervention
University of Rochester Medical Center - 9/1/2014

Parent Mediated Interventions in Autism: The Search for Meaningful Outcomes
University of Colorado - 9/1/2014

Screening and Linkage to Services for Autism (SaLSA)
University of Colorado Denver - 9/1/2014

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