Involvement In Externally Funded Grants

SOPARC data entry

NIH/CDC

  • Do Departments of Parks and Recreation Alleviate or Foster Health Disparities? RO1HL114432, NHLBI. (9/13-8/18; Cohen, PI, RAND)
  • Promoting Physical Activity in High Poverty Neighborhoods.R01HL114283, NHLBI. (2/1/13-1/31/17; Cohen, PI, RAND)
  • An Ecological Approach to Addressing Childhood Obesity in Imperial County. 1U18DP00337, CDC. (09/29/11-09/28/15; Ayala, PI)
  • San Diego Research Prevention Center Obesity Prevention and Control in the Latino Community. U48 DP001917, CDC/PRC. (2004-2014, Elder/Ayala, PD/PI)
  • Investing in America’s Future: Mentoring Researchers in Latino Health Disparities. NHLBI, R25 HL105430. (09/25/10-07/31/14; Elder & Talavera, PIs)
  • Adoption of GUIA. U48 DP001917 SIP 09-025. CDC/PRC (09/30/09-09/30/13; Elder, PI)
  • A translation study of the Academia da Cidade program (ACP): An evidence-based, professionally supervised community physical activity program for Latino adults. R18 DP002138, DHHS/CDC. (2009-12; Marshall, PI)
  • Parks and Physical Activity in Diverse Communities. (R01-HL083869, NIH-NHLBI). (2007-2012; Cohen, PI, RAND)
  • Validation of SOPARC and Use in Diverse Populations. R01HL092569, NIH/NHLBI. (2008-12; Cohen, PI, RAND).
  • Away From Home & Out of School: Adolescent PA and BMI changes that Occur with Driving and Eating Out. NHLBI, R01HL071244. (7/07-6/11; Cohen, RAND)
  • Evaluating the impact of playground renovations on physical activity behavior among youth. Active Living Research, Robert Wood Johnson; ID#65562. (2008-11; Cohen, PI, RAND)
  • Obesity Prevention in Recreation Centers. Grant R01-DK72994, NIH-NIDDK. (2006-11; Elder, PI). (MOVE Project)
  • Cost-Effectiveness in Physical Activity Promotion. National Cancer Institute. (04/07-03/09; S. Wu, PI, RAND)
  • The Role of Parks in Physical Activity and Health. NIH, NIEHS Grant P50ES012383. (6/03-5/08; Cohen, PI, RAND)
  • Obesity Prevention in Latino Home and Community Environments. Grant HL73776, NHLBI, NIH. (2002-07; Elder, PI) (AVENTURAS Project)
  • Trial of Activity for Adolescent Girls (TAAG). Grant HL66856, NHLBI, NIH. (2000-06; Sallis/Elder, PIs)
  • Community Characteristics and Physical Activity among Adolescent Girls. (Grant #R01 HL 071244, NHLBI. (7/02-6/06; Cohen, PI, RAND)
  • Dynamotion. (Phases 1 & 2, NIH SBIR Grants to Take Aim Media for production and evaluation of health related videos for children. (2000-2004; DeLouise, PI.)
  • Middle School Physical Activity and Nutrition (M-SPAN). Grant HL54564, NHLBI, NIH. (1996-2000; Sallis, PI)
  • CATCH: A Study of Institutionalization. Grant HL58960, Division of Epidemiology and Clinical Applications NHLBI, NIH. (4/98-6/00; Nader, PI)
  • Sport, Play, and Active Recreation for Children (SPARK). Grant HL44467, NHLBI-NIH. (1994-96, 1989-1994; Sallis, PI)
  • Diet and Activity in Mexican-American and Anglo Children. NHLBI-NIH Grant, HL52449. (12/94-11/97 and 12/98-11/01; Nader, PI
  • CATCH: Child and Adolescent Trial of Cardiovascular Health. (Grant HL39870, Division of Epidemiology and Clinical Applications NHLBI-NIH. (12/94-11/98, 4/91-3/94; Nader, PI)
  • Social Learning of Diet and Physical Activity in Children. (SCAN-Study of Children’s Activity and Nutrition; NHLBI/NIH, HL35109. (7/86-3/94; Nader, PI).

ACTIVE LIVING RESEARCH/OTHER

  • Physical Activity Engagement and Opportunities for Children with Disabilities in Special School Environments. General Research Fund, Hong Kong. (2012-14; Sit, PI)
  • School Evidence-Based Physical Activity Report Card. Active Living Research, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. (Lounsbery, PI; 2013).
  • Children’s Activity and Policies in Schools (CAPS). Faculty Opportunity Award, UNLV. (2012, Lounsbery, PI)
  • Translation of Evidence-Based Physical Education in Elementary Schools. Active Living Research, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Grant # 68486. (2011-12; Lounsbery, PI).
  • School Physical Activity Policy Assessment. Active Living Research, Robert Wood Johnson, Grant #67113. (2010-12; Lounsbery, PI).
  • Middle School Sport Facilities: Policies, Physical Activity, and Cost Effectiveness.Active Living Research, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. (Kanters & Bocarro, PIs, 2010-11)
  • Discovering Obstacles to Physical Education (Do PE). Active Living Research, Robert Wood Johnson, Grant #65563. (2009-10; Lounsbery, PI).
  • School Intramural Sports and Physical Activity: A Middle School Policy Intervention. Active Living Research, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. (Kanters & Bocarro, PIs, 2008-10)
  • Assessing the utilization of outdoor gym installations in public parks and their impact on physical activity among park users. Active Living Research, RWJF; RAND ID# 65532. (2008-09; Cohen, PI)
  • Physical activity for children in special school environments. Hong Kong Health & Health Services Research Fund. (2007-09; Sit, PI)
  • Carol M. White Physical Education for Progress (PEP) Grant to San Diego County Consortium (2003-04; Blackman, PI). (evaluator)
  • Obesity Intervention Program (OPI). (San Diego City Schools, State of California, & CDC. (2003-04; Rosengard, PI).
  • California Physical Education/Health Education Subject Matter Project. (University of California;  1996-97; 1997-98; K Bachman, PI)
  • Four Sports Psychology Research and Service Grants to USA National Volleyball Teams from the United States Olympic Committee (1983; 1985-87).