Recent Research Funding

A National Institutes of Health building. Image source: David Mark from Pixabay.

The National Institutes of Health has funded our faculty members, enabling them to conduct life-changing research.

Faculty members have received funding for research on diverse subjects like psychosomatic issues, pain management, patient reporting and compliance behaviors, whole community and family roles in psychiatric conditions and treatment, and teaching strategies.

Recent funding includes:

  • Project Teach. Joshna Singh (Consultant). NYS. 1/1/2022-12/1/2027.
  • Exercise Reset: Application of the Buffalo Concussion Protocol for the military. Barry Willer (Co-Principal Investigator). Department of Defence; Defence Health Agency. $7,601,790. 9/1/2022-10/1/2027.
  • Development and Management of a Pre-Admission Process for Residential Services for Adolescents with a Substance Use Disorder. Beth Smith (Consultant). New York State Office of Addition Services and Support (OASAS). 7/1/2022-6/1/2027.