WHAT WE DO
Established in 2008, the Faye Glenn Abdellah Center for Military and Federal Health Research creates a dynamic research environment that facilitates faculty and student research and scholarship. It supports both new and experienced scientists, increases extramural research funding, fosters transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary research, increases peer-reviewed publications, and develops and matures programs of research that are relevant to military and federal health.
Faye Glenn Abdellah Center team members sponsor meetings and work groups that are designed to generate a rich exchange of ideas and propel nursing science. Collectively, nurse scientists discuss potential research topics and collaborations, sharpen research methods, hone grant applications, constructively critique each other’s work, share research results, and relate research findings to clinical practice, education, management, policy, and/or military doctrine.
FACULTY AND STUDENT RESEARCHERS ARE PROVIDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:
- Develop a research budget.
- Prepare and edit a grant application.
- Ensure grant applications conform with funding agency guidelines and requirements
- Prepare documents and coordinate USU Office of Sponsored Projects approval for a grant application submission
- Facilitate hiring actions for study personnel and consultants.
- Manage fiscal aspects of intramural and extramural grant awards and maintain financial records.
- Purchase supplies, equipment, and other research materials.
- Manage research laboratory activities.
- Prepare Memorandums of Understanding, Assurance Documents, Data Use Agreements, Letters of Support, and other research documents.
- Statistical Support
- GSN Grants Policy Statement
- Grant Submission Tips
RESEARCH SEMINARS/BROWN BAGS
Research seminars and brown bags are offered by the GSN on an ongoing basis. Speakers include nationally and internationally recognized nursing researchers and researchers with expertise from other disciplines relevant to nursing science. Planned seminars include topics such as health informatics, big data science, personalized medicine and omics. Research seminars and brown bags are open to all USU faculty, staff and students.
CONTACT ABDELLAH CENTER
JOAN WASSERMAN, DRPH, RN
Associate Dean for Research
Director, Faye Glen Abdellah Center for Military and Federal Health Research
Grants Program Manager