Evaluation of skin hydration in adults with dry skin using a moisturizer with an added sterilized probiotic: The DAMP Study
- Principal Investigator: Eva Berkes MD, Assistant Professor, Florida State University College of Medicine, Sarasota Regional Campus
- Site Principal Investigator: George Cohen, MD, Residency Program Director, FSU Dermatology Residency Program
- PURPOSE: Double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a sterilized probiotic on skin hydration and dysbiosis in adults with dry skin.
Identification of Microbiome Profile Alterations in Fecal Samples from Children With Recurrent Abdominal Pain
- Principal Investigator: Devendra Mehta, MD, Pediatric Gastroenterologist and Director of Outcomes and Translational Research at Arnold Palmer Hospital Center for Digestive Health and Nutrition
- PURPOSE: To investigate the link between functional abdominal pain disorders (FAPDs) and changes in gastrointestinal microbiome to better understand the conditions that cause symptoms associated with FAPDs in school-aged children.
Maximizing HPV Vaccination: Real-time Reminders, Guidance, and Recommendations
- Principal Investigator: Stephanie Staras, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Florida College of Medicine, Department of Health Outcomes & Policy
- PURPOSE: To enhance an existing HPV vaccine HIT system to improve recruitment by identifying, understanding, and overcoming barriers to workflow integration, adding parent and provider valued components such as tailored decision supports and improving efficiency of the HPV vaccine HIT system.
Implementing Genomics in Practice (IGNITE) Proof of Concept Study: Genotyping in Family Medicine Clinics
- Principal Investigator: Larisa Cavallari, PharmD, Associate Professor, Director, Center for Pharmacogenomics, University of Florida College of Pharmacy
- PURPOSE: To examine the effect of having CYP2D6 genotype information on pain management, pain control, and physician-perceived usefulness of genotype information.
Genomic Medicine Implementation: The Personalized Medicine Program: Education Protocol for Healthcare Professionals
- Principal Investigator: Kristin Weitzel, PharmD, Clinical Associate Professor and Associate Director, Personalized Medicine Program, University of Florida College of Pharmacy
- PURPOSE: To assess whether health professional participation in pharmacogenomics educational programming changes providers’’ knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs surrounding clinical applications of pharmacogenomics data.
Optimizing Precision of Hypertension Care to Maximize Blood Pressure Control (OPTI-BP Pilot)
- Principal Investigator: Rhonda Cooper-DeHoff, PharmD, Associate Professor, University of Florida College of Pharmacy
- PURPOSE: To modify an existing algorithm-based software application that will use plasma renin activity levels to optimize anti-hypertension drug selection recommendations.
The OneFlorida Data Trust
- Principal Investigator: William Hogan, PhD, Professor, Health Outcomes & Policy, University of Florida College of Medicine
- PURPOSE: To create a statewide data repository of patient information to enhance and implement efficient processes to make data available for research.
Women’s Emotional Health Research Program
- Principal Investigator: Heather Flynn, PhD, Associate Professor and Vice Chair for Research, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine, Florida State University College of Medicine
- PURPOSE: To determine feasibility of implementing an emotional health screening program in women presenting in OBGYN practices.
Sport-related Concussion Surveillance and Management
- Principal Investigator: Russell M. Bauer, PhD, ABPP, Professor, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, University of Florida College of Public Health and Health Professions
- PURPOSE: To develop Sports Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT-2) norms (expected values) for youth aged 9-18, to gather baseline and incident SCAT data aimed at helping clinicians manage concussions in their pediatric patient populations and to measure the effect of training on concussion assessment and management knowledge among primary care providers.
Adolescent Health Risk Assessments in Primary Care, Phase I and II
- Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Shenkman, PhD, Professor and Department Chair, Health Outcomes & Policy; Director, Institute for Child Health Policy, University of Florida College of Medicine
- PURPOSE: to examine provider perceptions of self-efficacy and provider and practice characteristics associated with conducting HRAs and providing counseling, to examine adolescent perceptions and suggestions for improving an existing HRA tool, and to test the feasibility of conducting an electronic version of an existent adolescent health risk assessment tool in primary care.