Current Grant Recipients

2016 MNRS Grant Recipients

 

2016 MNRS Dissertation Research Grant Recipients:

  • A-Ri Min of the University of Iliinois at Chicago was the recipient of the Dissertation Research Grant for her research titled "Quality Efficiency of Nursing Care in Critical Care Units"
  • Stacey Crane of Indiana University was the recipient of the Founders' Circle Endowment Grant for her research titled "Parents' Experiences in Phase I Pediatric Oncology Trials"
  • Pallav K Deka of the University of Nebraska Medical Center was the recipient of the MNRS/CANS Dissertation Research Grant for his research titled "Move HF: A pilot study to improve adherence in heart failure"
  • Corjena K. Cheung of the University of Minnesota was the recipient of the Sally Lusk Dissertation Research Grant for her research titled "Effects of yoga on oxidative stress in Parkinson's"
  • No Receipient - MNRS/NLN Dissertation Research Grant provided by MNRS in March
  • Lisiane Pruinelli of the University of Minnesota was the recipient of the Joseph & Jean Buckwalter Grant for her research titled "Knowledge Discovery for Liver Transplant Survival"
  • Kirstin Anne Manges of the University of Iowa was the recipient of the Joseph & Jean Buckwalter Grant for her research titled "Teams' Shared Mental Models & Patient Discharge Readiness"

 


 
2016 MNRS Seed Grants Recipients:

  • Anne M. Fink of the University of Illinois at Chicago was the recipient of the MNRS Seed Grant for her research titled "Circadian Blood Pressure Patterns in Shift-Working Rats"
  • Dana Hansen of Kent State University was the recipient of the MNRS New Investigator Seed Grant for her research titled "Family Caregiver Recruitment through Social Media"


MNRS/Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Research Grant Recipients:

  • 2016Awarded in the fall of 2016; acknowledged during the 2017 MNRS Annual Conference
  • 2015 - Pamela Lynn Ostby of the University of Missouri for her research titled "The Effectiveness of an Interactive Theatre Intervention on Improving Adherence to Self-Management Regimens for Breast Cancer-Related Lymphedema"
     

MNRS/American Nurses Foundation (ANF) Research Grant Recipients:

  • 2016Awarded in the fall of 2016; acknowledged during the 2017 MNRS Annual Conference
  • 2015 - Gee Su Yang of the University of Maryland Baltimore for her research titled "Genetic Mechanisms of Aromatase Inhibitor‐Associated Arthralgia"