The following are active research projects led by School of Public Health faculty members. You can also view the Research Grants Archive for information on past projects.

Principal Investigator(s): 
Hongjie Liu, Ph.D.
Sponsor: University of Maryland-Baltimore
Dr. Hongjie Liu uses the Social Ecologic Model to explore individual, network, and environmental factors that determine engagement in HIV treatment and the HIV prevention cascade as well as to inform study design and questionnaire development. Dr. Liu provides input on the study manual, helps to...
Principal Investigator(s): 
Mei-Ling Ting Lee, Ph.D.
Sponsor: University of Pittsburgh
Next-generation sequencing (NGS) technology has brought revolutionary per-base resolution to a variety of genome-wide analysis, including analyses for gene expression, methylation, fusion gene, mutation and copy number variation. Although the experimental cost continues to drop rapidly, the high...
Principal Investigator(s): 
Norman B. Epstein
Sponsor: Henry M. Jackson Foundation
Clinical evidence suggests Service Members with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) who participate in the Service Dog Training Program (SDTP) have improved physical and psychological outcomes, including improved relationships with their significant others and children. Trainers teach Service...
Principal Investigator(s): 
Ross Herbert Miller
Sponsor: Henry M. Jackson Foundation
Individuals with a traumatic lower limb amputation to one limb (e.g. soldiers with blast injuries) have a greater risk of developing knee osteoarthritis (OA) in their intact limb, compared to their amputated limb or to the general non-amputee population. The sources of this disparity in knee OA...