Funding Support

Extramural grants awarded to Washington University School of Medicine to support Medical Education Research by Washington University School of Medicine faculty:

U24 HG009158           (MPI Jeffe/Rice)
4/15/2016-1/31/2021
National Human Genome Research Institute
“Data Analysis and Coordinating Center (DACC) for Research Training Activities”

R01 GM085350          (MPI Jeffe/Andriole)
8/01/2008-7/31/2012
National Institute of General Medical Sciences (MPI: Jeffe/Andriole)
“Promoting Research Careers among Underrepresented Minority Physicians”

2R01 GM085350        (MPI Jeffe/Andriole)
8/01/2012-5/31/2017
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
“Promoting Research Careers among Underrepresented Minority Physicians”

3R01 GM085350-07S1           (PI Jeffe)
6/01/2017-12/31/2018
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
“Promoting Research Careers among Underrepresented Minority Physicians”

5 R01 GM085350-07           (PI Jeffe) 9/01/2018-6/30/2022
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
“Promoting Research Careers among Underrepresented Minority Physicians”

R01 GM094535          (MPI Tai/Wathington; sub MPI: Jeffe/Andriole)
8/01/2010-7/31/2015
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
“Transitions in the Education of Minorities Underrepresented in Research”

R01 HS018734           (PI Murray; Co-investigator Klingensmith)
4/1/2010-3/30/2013
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
“Teamwork, communication and decision-making: an assessment program using simulation”

(PI Hageman)
2008-2010
Association of Standardized Patient Educators Collaborative Project (ASPE)
“Predictive Validity of Clinical Competency Exams”

(PI Hamilton; Co-investigator Klingensmith)
July 2008-June 2009
American College of Surgeons/METI Fund for Research in Surgical Team-Based Training
“The use of simulation in teaching trauma competencies and team function”

(PI Andriole)
2007-2009
AAMC Central Group on Educational Affairs Collaborative Project Grant.
“What Predicts Academic Medicine Career Choice among Contemporary US Allopathic Medical Graduates?”

U18 HS016652         (PI Murray; Co-investigator Klingensmith)
9/30/2006-9/29/2008
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
“Acute Care Management Skills: An Assessment Program for Graduate Physicians”

(PI Andriole)
2004-2006
AAMC Central Group on Educational Affairs Collaborative Project Grant
“The Non-traditional Medical Graduate”