Completed Projects: Dr. Nigg as Co-Investigator / Other


 1RO1AG16588 (Clark, role Co-I)

SENIOR project logo4/1/99 - 3/31/06                      


The major goal of this project was to determine the relative effectiveness of stage-based interventions on both exercise and diet versus single behavior interventions in a community-dwelling older adult population in Rhode Island.

1R01 CA115614 (Albright, role Co-I)

Physical Activity in Women with Infants

mothersproject-100The primary objective of this study is to increase physical activity in healthy, postpartum women (3-6 months postpartum). Women are randomized to one of two study conditions and followed for 2 years.

1 P20 NR010671-01
(Inouye role Co-I, lead of Eval sub-core)

Center for Ohana Self—Management of Chronic Illnesses in Hawai‘i
(COSMCI): Building research team for the future

centerforohana-150The School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, University of Hawai‘i at Mãnoa (SONDH) established the P-20 Exploratory Center for 'Ghana Self-Management of Chronic Illness (COSMCI) to test established family and community focused self-management interventions in ethnically diverse populations with chronic illnesses.

1R41HD049151-01 (PI Hausenblas, role Co-I)       


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This project developed and piloted a multimedia exercise promotion intervention for pregnant women.


SENIOR project logo 

1-RO1AG16588-03 (Clark, role Co-I)



This study involves validation of 2 physical activity questionnaires used in older adults. This is a supplemental grant to the SENIOR project (described below)

U.S. Army Medical and Material Command
(W81XWH-09-2-0106) (Co-PI Nigg, PI James L. Spira)

Stress Reduction Strategies to Improve Veterans' Health

strive-100This projects focus is to adapt and test a multiple behavior computerized tailored intervention to help veterans with or at risk for PTSD progress toward changing negative health behaviors that are associated with PTSD and often difficult to change.