Grant Activity and Consulting
Funded (February 1, 2010 - January 31, 2012) National Institutes of Health's National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) for $456,263 for project "Active Involvement in Creating High School Substance Use Prevention Messages;" Principal Investigator, Kathryn Greene. R21DA027146 Grant Website
Funded (July 18, 2012 - July 17, 2014) National Institutes of Health's National Cancer Institute (NCI) for project "Social Influences on Indoor Tanning Behavior in Young Women;" Principal Investigator, Stapleton. R03CA165801 (Greene, Co-Investigator)
Consultant (July 1, 2010 - June 30, 2012) National Institutes of Health's National Cancer Institute for project "Communication-participation behavior during the delivery of breast-cancer care;" Principal Investigator, Robinson. R21CA143253 (Greene, consultant)
Funded (with Banerjee, 2008-09), Alcohol Education and Research Council (AERC), London, UK (£4,959): It destroyed me/it destroyed my sister: Examining transportation and other traditional persuasion effects of anti-alcohol narratives.
Funded (with Banerjee, 2008-09), Social Science Small Grant, Nuffield Foundation, London, UK (£7,500): My/Our Experience, Your Lesson: Using Transportation Theory to Examine Efficacy of Anti-Drug Testimonials.
Reviewer for NIH, generally Health of Population study sections (2004 - present) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Consultant for NJ Pride Center on grant proposals and research (evaluation) (2004 - present)
Consultant for Hyacinth, NJ AIDS Service Organization (2002 - present) on several grant proposals
Consultant for Univ. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Department of Africology—developing grant proposal for African American women at high risk for contracting HIV (2003)
Consultant for ENCHAC, Eastern North Carolina HIV/AIDS Consortium (1998-99) This project included focus groups, development of TV/radio PSAs and pre/post phone surveys.
Consultant for “Work First” grant (1998-99), state of NC, child-only welfare cases. This project included surveys of thousands of NC families where the child received state benefits.
CAPABLE schools grant project, consultant for data analysis and design (1993-95). This project was a multi-year violence prevention project in NC junior and high schools.