Grant: $46,472 - National Institutes of Health - Jul. 13, 2009
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Award Description: This is an administrative supplement to NIAAA grant 7K23AA016936-02 (Principal Investigator: James MacKillop, PhD; Sponsor: Paul Roman, PhD), which is a career development award for Dr. James MacKillop to develop expertise using behavioral economics to improve alcoholism medications development. This administrative supplement is to fund a research practicum position to increase the tempo of the research project via enhanced data analytic capabilities. Specifically, a student in the UGA doctoral program in clinical psychology will be hired in a two-year (50% FTE) research practicum that is focused on speeding up and extending award-related data analysis. This is anticipated to reduce the time necessary to complete the data analysis and generate additional findings. Direct results of this supplement will be public presentations at conferences, published abstracts, and full-length manuscripts submitted to peer-reviewed scientific journals. Consistent with the RFA, the individual's activities are within the scope of the parent grant, provide economic stimulus the form of job creation, and increase the tempo of scientific research.
Project Description: In this quarter, initial funding was received, the position was created, a PhD student was identified, and that individual was hired into the position. Data collection is ongoing and the hired individual is actively contributing as anticipated.
Infrastructure Description: N/A
Jobs Summary: The supplement will create one 50% full-time effort for a PhD student at the University of Georgia to contribute research expertise to the parent grant's research. (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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