ED&I Grant Proposals

Funded

  • Crimmins, D. (Role: Co-Investigator). Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Training Action Plan). Sub-award from Georgetown University National Center on Cultural Competence for a grant from Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities / Administration on Community Living, Period – 2016-17, Funding – $90,000
  • Crimmins, D. (Role: Principal Investigator). Disability Partnership between the Center for Leadership in Disability at Georgia State University and the Satcher Health Leadership Institute at Morehouse School of Medicine (90DD0664), Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Period – 2009-2012, Funding – $709,000
  • Graybill, E. (Role: Principal Investigator). Increasing Access to Youth Mental Health Awareness Training in Hispanic Communities in Georgia. Administration on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities. Award period: 9/1/2018 to 8/31/2019. Award amount: $50,000
  • Goode, T. (Role: Qualitative Lead). Embedding Cultural Diversity and Cultural and Linguistic Competence: A Guide for UCEDD Curricula and Training Activities Project. Administration on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities. Award period: 9/1/2017 to 8/31/2018. Award amount: $15,000
  • Graybill, E. (Role: Principal Investigator). Building a coalition to increase knowledge and awareness about child development and developmental delays in Hispanic communities. Administration on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities. Award period: 10/1/2016 to 9/30/2017. Award amount: $44,350
  • Graybill, E. (Role: Principal Investigator). Building a coalition to increase knowledge and awareness about child development and developmental delays in Hispanic communities. Administration on Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities. Award period: 9/30/2015 to 9/29/2016. Award amount: $37,400
  • Barger, B. (Role: Principal Investigator). (2019 – 2020). Does developmental surveillance receipt moderate the relationship between minority status and autism rates? Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Autism Field-Initiated Innovative Research Studies Program, R41. $100,000

Pending

  • Graybill, E. (Role: Principal Investigator of Subcontract). Project AWARE. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
  • Moody, E. (Role: Principal Investigator) & Barger, B. (Role: co- Principal Investigator) (2020, scored and under revision 7/18/2020). Diagnostic accuracy and differential item functioning of autism screeners across demographic and child factors. NIH: National Institute on Child Health and Development. $100,000
  • Barger, B. (Role: Principal Investigator) (2017; scored and under revision for Spring 2021). Racial disparities in developmental surveillance and early intervention receipt. Health and Human Services: Maternal and Child Health Bureau SDAR R40. $100,000

Unfunded

  • Graybill, E. (Role: Principal Investigator). Increasing Access to Youth Mental Health Awareness Training for the Latino Population in Georgia. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Date submitted: June 2018. Amount requested: $375,000
  • Graybill, E. (Role: Principal Investigator). School to Prison Pipeline. Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities. Date submitted: February 2018. Amount requested: $35,000
  • Graybill, E. (Role: Principal Investigator). School to Prison Pipeline. Georgia Council on Developmental Disabilities. Date submitted: October 2017. Amount requested: $35,000
  • Kubik, P. (Role: Principal Investigator) & Barger, B. (Role: co-Principal Investigator). (2019). Evaluating the service needs of refuge families that have family members with disabilities in the Atlanta area. U.S. State Department. $10,000
  • Barger, B. (Role: Principal Investigator) (2019). Does equitable developmental surveillance result in equitable early intervention (EI) and early childhood special education (ECSE)? Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. $75,000
  • Barger, B., Moody, E., Rice, C. & Heggs-Lee, A. (2019). Decreasing early identification disparities of low income, rural and minority youth with autism. PCORI. $1,650,000
  • Rice, C. (Role: Principal Investigator) & Barger, B. (Role: co-Principal Investigator) (2017). Predicting challenges and promoting positive outcomes among children receiving special education in a diverse, urban public health system. Emory Synergy Grant. $100,000
  • Barger, B. (Role: Principal Investigator). (2016). Impact of measurement invariance on identification of developmental and mental health concerns in multiple racial and ethnic groups. Health and Human Services. $100,000
  • Barger, B. (Role: Principal Investigator) (2015). Developing micromaps Displaying state variations in developmental surveillance methods. National Center for Health Statistics. $100,000