Three awards funded:

  • Non-invasive Detection of Retained Surgical Items Using Near-Infrared Fluorescence
    • Maged Henary, PhD, Assistant Professor Georgia State University-College of Arts and Sciences, Chemistry ($25,000)
  • A pilot study examining the safety and efficacy of early fecal transplant in patients infected with Clostridium difficile at high risk of relapse
    • Tanvi Dhere, MD, Assistant Professor, Emory University, School of Medicine-Digestive Diseases ($25,000)
  • MartialHearts: A Taekwondo Game Targeting Executive Functioning and Anxiety in Children with Congenital Cardiac Defects
    • Lindsey Cohen, PhD Professor, Georgia State University, College of Arts and Sciences-Psychology ($50,000)

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