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

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

  01/01/05-12/31/06                  

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

 

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

04/01/02-04/01/04                  

NIH/NIA                                                                   

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)
11/19/09-3/31/2012

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.

1R01 CA115614 (Albright, role Co-I)
09/01/07-08/31/11
NIH (NCI)

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)
09/30/07-09/27/12
NIH (NINR)

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.

USDA (Novotny, role Co-I)
2/15/2008 - 2/14/2011
Nigg - PI subcontract

Pacific Kids DASH for Health

pacdash-150This project disseminates the DASH diet to children in Pacific Islands and adds a physical activity component.