Goal 3: Advance Translational Research

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Culturally competent T4 research interventions to reduce heart, lung, blood, sleep

Using previous federal and partner infrastructure, what are the best methods to promote culturally competent T4 interventions that will reduce cardiopulmonary risk factors in global populations with a disproportionate burden of heart, lung, blood, sleep diseases?

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Goal 3: Advance Translational Research

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Using Social Media to Promote Healthy Behaviors

Since most people know that there are behaviors that they need to do to be healthy, can we leverage peer or family pressure or use social media to create a “grass roots” groundswell of health-promoting behaviors?

How might social media platforms such as Facebook and Meetup.com be leveraged for designing low-cost research studies and interventions that promote sustainable healthy lifestyle and behaviors?

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Create a National Action Plan for COPD

Lead a coordinated effort of government, patient advocacy organizations, professional organizations, payers and others to plan and implement a coordinated plan to improve COPD awareness, education for patients and healthcare professionals, treatment strategies, research and data collection, policies and public health infrastructure and programs.

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Goal 1: Promote Human Health

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Examining the interface between physiological and pathophysiological angiogenesis and placental function in at risk pregnancies.

Abnormal placental function, characterized by retarded nutrient and oxygen exchange, and abnormal hormone and angiogenic growth factor production, is linked to a number of diseases that have a strong impact on maternal and fetal health. Perhaps of highest impact is pre-eclampsia, a disease affecting 5-8% of pregnant women worldwide. Moreover, issues related to a suboptimal intrauterine environment leading to growth ...more »

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Goal 2: Reduce Human Disease

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What about the impact of regulation of genes in response to external stimulation on human health

We are focusing a lot on the genes that may be protective or harmful to our lives. But what about the regulation of genes in response to external stimulations, such as psychosocial and/or environmental, that are probably more accountable for whether we live healthier or not.

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Goal 1: Promote Human Health

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Studying Health in Addition to Disease

Why do some people stop smoking after a stroke or myocardial infarction, whereas others do not? What motivates people who adopt a healthier diet and exercise program during their lifetime or after a significant health event? How can we promote healthier lifestyle choices at all stages of life? How do we ensure equitable health promoting activities for minorities, vulnerable populations, and lower socio-economic status ...more »

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Goal 4: Develop Workforce and Resources

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Enhancement of the Medical Home and Medical Community with the use of EMS providers

Traditionally the Health Care model has meant that patients come to HCF for their care. Hospitals are increasingly overcrowded and also not always the best place to be due to the risk for nosocomial infections. Utilizing existing community resources to enhance the health both acute and chronic deserves exploration at the national level. Training paramedics to do chronic disease monitoring as well as as remotely work with ...more »

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