Major Grants and Contracts

The Stephenson and Carroll Counties Healthy Living Project: $600,000 over three years, funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (2015-2018); contact Manorama M. Khare. 

Community Assessment of the Winnebago County Maternal and Child Health System:  $22,000, contract with the Winnebago County Health Department (2013); contact:  Martin MacDowell; Vicki Weidenbacher-Hoper; Dana Evans. 

Rural Health Workforce Development Program: $600,000 over three years, funded by Health Resources and Services Administration (2010-2013); contact: Vicki Weidenbacher-Hoper; Martin MacDowell; Michael Glasser.
 
Health Status and Needs of Rural Cancer Survivors: $25,000, funded by Center for Clinical and Translational Sciences and University of Illinois at Chicago Cancer Center (2009-2010); contact: Michael Glasser; Kim Nielsen.

Asthma Quality of Care Translation Project: $485,000, funded by Office of the Inspector General, State of Illinois (2008-2011); contact: Martin MacDowell; Michael Glasser; Matt Hunsaker; Howard Zeitz.

Rural People, Rural Policy: $100,000 over five years, funded by W.K. Kellogg Foundation (2008-2013); contact: Michael Glasser; Matt Hunsaker.
                                                    
Project EXPORT Center for Excellence in Rural Health – P20 MD000524: $6.4 million, funded by NIH Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities (2003-2008); contact: Michael Glasser; Karen Peters; Martin MacDowell.
 
Promoting Rural Health Careers: Extending the Pipeline: $69,000, funded by Center for Rural Health, Illinois Department of Public Health, (2006-2007); contact: Michael Glasser.
 
Support for Recruitment of Health Professions Students from Rural Areas: $11,000, funded by Center for Rural Health, Illinois Department of Public Health (2005); contact: Michael Glasser.
 
Establishing a Model AHEC for Recruitment and Retention of Rural Health Professionals: $240,000, funded by Health Resources and Services Administration (2003-2006); contact: Michael Glasser.
 
Quentin Burdick Program for Rural Interdisciplinary Training: $159,164, funded by Health Resources and Services Administration (2002-2003); contact: Michael Glasser; Martin MacDowell.
 
Dissemination of Evidence-based Recommendations for Exercise in Older Adults: $87,921, funded by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (2002-2003); contact: Michael Glasser; Karen Peters.
 
State-Based Diabetes Programs: Introduction of Electronic Monitoring Tool in Rural Primary Care Clinics: $60,300, funded by Centers for Disease Control (2002-2003); contact: Michael Glasser; Joella Warner.
 
Community Profiles for Primary Care Retention: $14,021, funded by Center for Rural Health, Illinois Department of Public Health (2002-2003); contact: Michael Glasser; Joella Warner.
 
Center for Rural Health Professions Education, Evaluation, and Research - RPEER: $250,000, funded by Illinois AHEC (2001-2002); contact: Michael Glasser.

Center for Rural Health Professions Education, Evaluation, and Research: $200,000, funded by Illinois AHEC and University of Illinois (2000-2001); contact: Michael Glasser.
 
Faculty Development for Family Physicians: $252,645, funded by Health Resources and Services Administration, Public Health Service, Division of Medicine (1999-2002); contact: Michael Glasser; Vicki Weidenbacher-Hoper.
 
Rural Health Outreach Program: $465,150, funded by Health Resources and Services Administration, Public Health Service (1998-2001); contact: Michael Glasser.
 
State-Based Diabetes Programs: Comprehensive Program Approach: $110,000/year, funded by Centers for Disease Control (1998-2002); contact: Michael Glasser; Joella Warner.
                          
Roles and Responsibilities of Informal Caregivers in Health Care of Elderly Patients: $2,500, funded by Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs (1999); contact: Michael Glasser.
 
Faculty Development: $528,136, funded by Health Resources and Services Administration, Public Health Service, Division of Medicine (1994-1997); contact: Michael Glasser.
                   
Psychological Factors in Retaining Rural Primary Care Physicians:  Focus on Northern and Central Illinois: $6,166, funded by Health Foundation (1993-1994); contact: Michael Glasser.