To increase the number of organs that are used for transplant in Georgia and the U.S. by using advanced analytics methods for quantifying the risk and comparing survival of receiving a transplant versus remaining on the wait list, and embed these methods into easy-to-use multilingual decision support tools to assist doctors and patients in their decision-making. Overall, this research will lead to a comprehensive plan for increasing organ transplants and saving lives in Georgia and across the country.
Georgia Tech (Carlos and Marguerite Mason Trust)
CDC's National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases
CDC at 70: Seven Decades of Protecting America and The World
To assess the exposure to flame retardants and polyfluorinated compounds (PFCs) in flight attendants and evaluate the association between serum levels of flame retardants and PFCs and thyroid hormone disruption.
To investigate determinants that significantly influence exposure to permethrin among military personnel, a critical step to provide valid predictive models and accurate policy guidance to mitigate any potential health risks associated from the use of permethrin-treated clothing.
U.S Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine