1 award funded:

  • Road to Preventing Bacterial Infections During Intravenous Line Access - A Safer Way to Delivering Quality Healthcare
    • Lilly Immergluck, MD, MS, Associate Professor, Morehouse School of Medicine, Pediatrics ($45,000)
    • James Raines, PE, MS, Instructor, Georgia Institute of Technology, Biomedical Engineering ($45,000)
    • Jesse T. Jacob, MD, Assistant Professor, Emory University School of Medicine, Medicine ($45,000)

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