To assess exposure of nail salon workers to chemicals typically found in nail products including specific solvents, plasticizers, and pigments; and to determine if chemicals go through the skin and into the body.
To use the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) to describe use of wearable devices and mobile applications, and assess their willingness to share personal health data for public health surveillance.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion
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