Three Awards Funded:

  • An Assessment of the Feasibility of Call Center Data for Syndromic Surveillance
    • Douglas Roblin, PhD, Professor, Georgia State University, School of Public Health, Health Management & Policy ($23,478)
  • Gait speed to Inform fraiLty Evaluation (AGILE)
    • Theordore Johnson, MD, MPH, Professor, Emory University, School of Medicine, Medicine ($25,000) - Mitigating Conflict and Error in the Operating Room
    • Frans de Waal, PhD, Professor, Emory University, College of Arts & Sciences, Psychology ($25,000)

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    Georgia CTSA Pilot Grants Program

    For over 10 years the Georgia CTSA Pilot Grants program has distributed grant funding to support one to two year pilot projects that advance and transform laboratory, clinic, and community observations into interventions that improve public and...

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    Georgia CTSA-supported Finding: an `Achilles' heel' for the `Iraqibacter'

    Emory University microbiologists have found an “Achilles’ heel” for Acinetobacter baumannii, a type of disease-causing bacteria. Acinetobacter baumannii is known as “Iraqibacter,” because it is...