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Ms. Zamzow and colleagues from the University of Missouri. Predictors of effects of propranolol on language & connectivity in autism.

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Mr. Nakao and colleagues from the University of Washington. Children with ASD Not More Likely to Use ED for Dental Problems.

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Dr. Lindberg and colleagues from the Guttmacher Institute, Inc Pregnancy Intentions and Maternal and Child Health: an analysis of longitudinal data in Oklahoma.

Newly Funded Projects

In April 2016, the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Office of Epidemiology and Research, Division of Research awarded fifteen new extramural research grants: five multiyear grants and ten one-year projects based on secondary data analysis grants. Descriptions of the newly awarded projects are:

Expanding Rural Access to Breastfeeding Support: A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. The Rand Corporation -04/01/2016

Using a Guided Self-Help Treatment Model for Childhood Obesity Management in the Primary Care Setting. UC-San Diego - 04/01/2016

Mental Health Care Coordination for Transition Aged Youth with Serious Mental Health Conditions. Children’s Research Institute - 04/01/2016

Exercise Intervention for Preventing Perinatal Depression among Low Income Women. Regents of the University of Minnesota - 04/01/2016

Care4Moms. UNC-Chapel Hill - 04/01/2016

Patterns of Infant Feeding and Child’s Health at Six Years of Age. The University of Memphis - 04/01/2016

Racial Disparities in Prevalence of Infertility and Utilization of Fertility Services with a Special Focus on American Indian/Alaska Natives. University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center - 04/01/2016

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