HHSN267200800007C Hogue (PI) 9/29/08 - 9/28/13
National Children's Study
The National Children’s Study will examine the effects of environmental influences on the health and development of more than 100,000 children across the United States, following them from before birth until age 21. The goal of the study is to improve the health and well-being of children. This contract includes Wave 2 counties of Baldwin (Georgia) and Bradley (Tennessee).
HHSN267200700007C Stoll (PI) 9/28/07 – 9/27/12
National Children’s Study
Role: Lead for DeKalb County Site
The National Children’s Study will examine the effects of environmental influences on the health and development of more than 100,000 children across the United States, following them from before birth until age 21. The goal of the study is to improve the health and well-being of children. This Wave 1 contract includes DeKalb and Fayette Counties in Georgia.
#T03 MC 00003 Hogue (PI) 7/1/00-6/30/09
Dissertation Support for Applied MCH Epidemiology
PhD students are recruited to work with faculty on applied MCH research projects and to do their dissertation research in an applied setting. Current dissertation projects include a case-control study of the risk of outdoor air pollution in metro Atlanta coincidence of birth defects and the impact of obesity on oral contraceptive failure.
5 U10 HD 45925-02 Stoll (PI) Years 1-5; Hogue (PI) Years 6-7 9/26/03-7/31/10
Research on the Scope and Causes of Stillbirth in the United States
This study is intended to study the scope and causes of stillbirth in the United States. It is a joint program between the Emory University School of Medicine, the Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University and The Metropolitan Atlanta Stillbirth Study Coalition, a consortium of 7 hospitals located within the boundaries of the City of Atlanta. Years 6 and 7 include analysis of data from the case-control study and the conduct of a followup study for which Dr. Hogue is Network PI.
1 R01 DP000106-01 Hogue (PI) 10/1/04-9/30/09
PRISE: Worksite Fitness for African American Women
This study is intended to study the effects of physical, environmental, and dietary interventions on obese/overweight African American women in the workplace, with the goal of improving health and fitness levels.
2006-55215-16692 Hogue (PI) 3/1/06-2/28/09
POWER Lunches to Increase Nutrition Efficacy Among African American Women Employees enrolled in the Grady PRISE Physical Fitness Project
This study’s goal is to develop and disseminate a sustainable approach to long-term nutrition improvement for employed African American women, in conjunction with the PRISE project.
1 T32 HD052460-01 Drews-Botsch (PI) 05/01/06-04/30/11
Training in Reproductive, Perinatal, Pediatric Epidemiology
Role: Original PI; now Director, Perinatal Core
This study is designed to train pre-doctoral students in the discipline of epidemiology and to prepare them as both researchers and teachers. Dr. Hogue was the original PI.
Hogue, co-chair 9/1/06-8/31/11 25%
Emory University $555,344)
Religion and Health Collaborative
As part of Emory University’s strategic theme “Confronting the Human Experience and the Human Condition,” the Religion and Health collaborative will explore the intersection of religion and public health through research, academic programs, and community involvement.
Promoting Women’s Health Grant (Gaydos) 1/01/07 – 12/31/07 1% in-kind
Atlanta Women’s Foundation $21,000
The Preserving Women’s Well-Being Advocacy Coalition
The major goal of this study is to generate information sharing partnerships between Public Health researchers and Georgia state legislators in order to better inform reproductive health debates.
6 D09HP02991-01-02 (Strickland, PI) 7/1/99-6/30/07 5%
PhD In Nursing Program: Enhanced Doctoral Education
#S1768-21/31 Hogue (PI) 10/01/01-9/30/06
Certificate Training Program for MCH Epidemiologists
This distance-based learning program is intended to assist working public health professionals to obtain essential training in maternal and child health epidemiology while continuing their employment. It is linked with the Career MPH Program, in which a new option in MCH Epidemiology is available.
S2158-22/23 Hogue (PI) 6/1/03-9/30/06
Distance Education for Field-Based BD/DD Epidemiologists
This distance-based learning program is intended to assist working public health professionals in birth defects and developmental disabilities to obtain essential training while continuing their employment. It is linked with the Career MPH Program, in which a new option in MCH Epidemiology is available.