Browse Recent Research Projects, 2015 to Present

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Rehabilitation Research and Training Center (RRTC) on Promoting Healthy Aging for People with Long-Term Physical Disabilities (Clarke, Pienta), HHS-AA, 2018.

Mate Market: How Individuals Collectively Shape Patterns of Coupling and Singlehood (Bruch), Institute for Advanced Study Berlin (Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin), 2018.

RUI Collaborative Research: Measuring the Long-Term Effects of California's 2004 Paid Family Leave Statute with U.S. Tax Data (Bailey), NSF, 2018.

Advancing Knowledge and Building the Research Infrastructure in Education and STEM Learning (Jekielek), NSF, 2018.

CHS: Medium: Drawing from Theories of Justice to Respond to Online Harassment (Prescott), NSF, 2018.

Contribution of Behavioral Factors and Chronic Diseases to International Differences in Healthy Life Expectancy (Mehta), NIA, 2018.

Transitions from Preschool through High School: Family, Schools & Neighborhoods (Sastry, Fomby, Johnson, Davis-Kean, Mitchell), NICHD, 2018.

College and Beyond: The 21st Century -- Planning Grant Stage 2 (Courant, Levenstein, Jekielek, Leonard), Mellon, 2018.

Doctoral Dissertation Research in Economics: Governance, Citizenship, and Accountability: People-Centered Development in the Ugandan Health Sector (Greenberg, Bleakley), NSF, 2018.

Getting SMART About Adaptive Interventions in Education (Almirall), Education, U.S. Department of , 2018.

Health Services Research Training Years 27-32 (Eisenberg), AHRQ, 2018.

Feasibility Studies for Digitizing and Linking the 1960-1990 U.S. Censuses (Alexander), Stanford University, 2018.

The University of Michigan Bioinformatics Training Program (Supplement) (Pienta), NIGMS, 2018.

Medicaid Expansion as Unemployment Safety Net (Levy, Buchmueller), Russell Sage Foundation, 2018.

Acceptability and feasibility of self-collecting biological specimens among high-risk populations (Stephenson), NIAID, 2018.

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