Clinical Research Projects

Nancy P. & John G. Penson Endowment for Clinical Health Psychology Research
Recipient: Gatchel

Agency: National Science Foundation
Title: Collaborative Research: Wireless-Powered Implantable Bone Intramedullary Fluid Modulator for the Treatment of Osteoporosis and Fracture Repair.
Co-PI: Prisby

Agency: National Institutes of Health
Title: Transcranial laser stimulation of prefrontal metabolism in post-traumatic stress disorder
PI: Tian; Co-Investigator: Gatchel

Agency: UT Austin
Title: Devices and Methods to Obviate the Risk of Ischemia Injury during Cryotherapy
PI: Brothers

Agency: NIH/NIA via Ohio State University
Title: MG29 Function in Regulation of Store-operated Calcium Entry during Muscle Aging
PI: Brotto

Agency: NIH via Gladstone Institutes
Title: KLF15 and Transcriptional Control of Muscle Metabolism
PI: Brotto

Agency: NIH via University of Missouri
Title: Osteocyte Regulation of Bone Muscle with Age
PI: Brotto

Agency: NIH
Title: Targeting Sympathetic Overactivity in CKD Patients: Mechanisms & Novel Therapies
PI: Fadel

Agency: NIH
Title: Mechanism and management of exercise intolerance in older heart failure patients with preserved ejection fraction (HFpEF)
PI: Haykowsky

Agency: NIH
Title: Sympathetic baroreflect control and vascular transduction in African Americans
PI: Keller

Agency: NIH
Title: Translational Pilot Program Grant: Cerebral Blood Flow Regulation Following Bariatric Surgery
Co-PIs: Nelson & Brothers

Agency: NIH
Title: Novel Neuromodulation by Transcranial Infrared Brain Stimulation with Imaging
PI: Liu

In continuing to support research in the areas of health, wellness, and chronic illnesses, the Center has provided financial support (for genotyping analysis) to Allyson Arana’s Ph.D. dissertation project, entitled “Neurobiological Correlates of Stress and the Psychophysiology of Depression: Associations Among Social Victimization, IL-6, CRP, and BDNF Vall66Mel.
Center Director: Gatchel

Agency: The University of Texas at Arlington Clinical Research Project
Title: Taking the Heart Out of Heart Failure: Are We Targeting the Wrong Organ?
Co-PI: Nelson &  Gatchel
Agency: American Osteopathic Association
Title: The Osteopathic Difference in Treating Patients with Low Back Pain
Co-Investigator: Gatchel

Agency: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Title: “Health and Work Productivity Demonstration Project”
Co-Investigator: Gatchel

Agency: National Institutes of Health
Title: An Implementation and Biobehavioral Study of Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorder
PI: Gatchel

Agency: National Institutes of Health
Title: An Implementation and Biobehavioral Study of Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorder – Minority Supplement
PI: Gatchel

Agency: Department of Defense
Title: The STRONG STAR Multidisciplinary PTSD Research Consortium: A randomized Controlled Study of the Treatment of Comorbid
PTSD and Pain
Co-PI: Gatchel

Agency: Productive Rehabilitation of Dallas for Ergonomics (PRIDE)
Title: Etiology, Assessment and Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain and Disability Disorders
PI: Gatchel

Agency: The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas 
Title: Evaluation of Interdisciplinary Pain Management Effectiveness in Reducing Biopsychosocial Indices of Pain and Opioid Medication Use.
PI: Gatchel

Agency: National Science Foundation
Title: Collaborative Development of iRehab, an Intelligent Closed - loop Instrument for Adaptive Rehabilitation
Co-PI: Gatchel

Agency: The University of Texas at Arlington Clinical Research Projects
Title: The Effectiveness of Objective Monitoring and Exercise Intervention for Chronic Low-Back Pain Management
Co-PI: Gatchel

Agency: National Science Foundation
Title: Statistical and Optimization Methods for Adaptive Interdisciplinary Pain Management
Co-PI: Gatchel

Agency: National Science Foundation Collaborative Grant: INSPIRE
Title: The Hunting of the Spark: A Systematic Study of Natural Creativity in Human Networks
PI: Paulus

 

Agency: National Science Foundation
Title: Collaborative Research: Wireless-Powered Implantable Bone Intramedullary Fluid Modulator for the Treatment of Osteoporosis and Fracture Repair.

Agency: American Heart Association National Innovative Research Award

Title: Inflammatory cytokines, bone marrow blood vessel ossification and ossified emboli

Agency: National Institutes of Health
Title: Transcranial laser stimulation of prefrontal metabolism in post-traumatic stress disorder

In continuing to support research in the areas of health, wellness, and chronic illnesses, the Center has provided financial support (for genotyping analysis) to Allyson Arana’s Ph.D. dissertation project, entitled “Neurobiological Correlates of Stress and the Psychophysiology of Depression: Associations Among Social Victimization, IL-6, CRP, and BDNF Vall66Mel.

Agency: The University of Texas at Arlington Clinical Research Project
Title: Taking the Heart Out of Heart Failure: Are We Targeting the Wrong Organ?

Agency: American Osteopathic Association
Title: The Osteopathic Difference in Treating Patients with Low Back Pain

Nancy P. & John G. Penson Endowment for Clinical Health Psychology Research

Agency: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Title: “Health and Work Productivity Demonstration Project”

Agency: National Institutes of Health
Title: An Implementation and Biobehavioral Study of Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorder

Agency: National Institutes of Health
Title: An Implementation and Biobehavioral Study of Temporomandibular Joint and Muscle Disorder – Minority Supplement

Agency: Department of Defense
Title: The STRONG STAR Multidisciplinary PTSD Research Consortium: A randomized Controlled Study of the Treatment of Comorbid
PTSD and Pain

Agency: Productive Rehabilitation of Dallas for Ergonomics (PRIDE)
Title: Etiology, Assessment and Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain and Disability Disorders

Agency: The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Title:Evaluation of Interdisciplinary Pain Management Effectiveness in Reducing Biopsychosocial Indices of Pain and Opioid Medication Use.

Agency: National Science Foundation
Title: Collaborative Development of iRehab, an Intelligent Closed - loop Instrument for Adaptive Rehabilitation

Agency:The University of Texas at Arlington Clinical Research Projects
Title:The Effectiveness of Objective Monitoring and Exercise Intervention for Chronic Low-Back Pain Management

Agency:National Science Foundation
Title:Statistical and Optimization Methods for Adaptive Interdisciplinary Pain Management

Agency:National Science Foundation Collaborative Grant: INSPIRE
Title:The Hunting of the Spark: A Systematic Study of Natural Creativity in Human Networks