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Faculty Grant Information

Theodore C. Chan, MD

  • Chan T. San Diego Beacon Community Grant to foster Health Information Technology and Exchange in the San Diego region. Funded by the Office of the National Coordinator of Health Information Technology. 2010-2013. Amount: $15.3 Million. Website
  • Chan, T. Wireless Internet Information System for Medical Response to Disasters (WIISARD), funded by the National Library of Medicine. 2003-2008. Amount: $3,200,000. Website
  • Chan, T. Emergency Department National Alcohol Screening Day, Alcohol Education Project, funded by NIH, grant #1 R03 AA015120-01. 2005. Amount: $25,000.
  • Chan, T. The effect of Taser on Cardiac, Respiratory and Metabolic Physiology in Human Subjects. Funded by the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, 2005-7. UCSD No. 2006-0846; USDOJ Federal Award #98-IJ-CX-0079. Amount: $213,941.49
  • Chan, T. Improving Medical Home and Primary Care Access to the Community Clinics Through the ED (IMPACT-ED). Funded by the Alliance Healthcare Foundation, 2006-7. Alliance Grant #06-3114. Amount: $25,000.
  • Chan, T. Evaluation of the Ventilatory and Respiratory Effects of a Restraint Chair on Human Subjects. Study funded by the Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody Deaths, Inc., 1/1/07 to 12/31/07. Amount: $11,658.00
  • Chan, T. Impact of the State Mandated Nurse-Patient Ratio on ED Crowding, Flow and Patient Care. EMF/ENAF (Emergency Medicine Foundation / Emergency Nurses Association Foundation) Directed Team Grant, ED Overcrowding Research Award, 2007-08. Amount: $50,000.
  • Chan, T. San Diego Safety Net Health Information Exchange. Project funded by Pacificare/United Healthcare, 2008-2011. Amount: $715,000.
  • Chan, T. California ED Diversion Project Evaluation. Funded by the California Healthcare Foundation, 05/2008 to 11/2008. Amount $50,990.

Edward Castillo, PhD

  • Castillo EM. Serial Inebriate Program Evaluation. Funded by the California Program on Access to Care, 2005-2006. Amount: $49,000
  • Castillo EM. California ED Diversion Project Evaluation. Funded by the California Healthcare Foundation, 2008-2008. Amount $50,990.
  • Castillo EM. Literature and Policy Gap Analysis. Funded by the Ministry Community Safety & Correctional Services, Ontario Canada, 2013. Amount: $15,000.
  • Castillo EM. Point-of-Care Testing for Illicit Drugs and Alcohol Intoxication in an Emergency Room. Funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse through Seacoast Science, Inc., 2013-2015. Amount: $50,163.
  • Castillo EM. Integrating Environmental Data into a PHR for Asthma Patients. Funded by the California Health and Human Services Agency, Office of Health Information Integrity, 2013-2014. Amount: $202,079.
  • Castillo EM. Exploring emergency room physician’s knowledge and attitudes concerning the use of appropriate and safe home care as an alternative to hospital admission. Funded by the Gary and Mary West Health Institute, 2014-2015. Amount: $123,152.
  • Castillo EM. Acute Bacterial Skin and Skin Structure Infection (abSSSI) Practice Pattern Assessment.” Funded by Durata Therapeutics International B.V., 2014-2015. Amount: $15,000.

Richard F. Clark, MD

  • Clark, R. Maternal and Child Health Bureau / Health Resources and Services Administration (MCHB-HRSA) Incentive Grant (CFDA #93.253), “Resources for Management of Exotic Snakebite,” 02/04 -- $298,967
  • Clark, R. Savage Labs, “Retrospective Review of Rattlesnake Bite Patients Treated with CroFab,” 07/05 -- $10,000
  • Clark, R. Savage Labs, “Solubility Study of CroFab in Intravenous Fluids,” 06/05-06/06 -- $5000 value of antivenom
  • Clark, R. Bioclone Inc., “Phase 2 Clinical Trial of Aracmyn for Black Widow Spider Envenomation,” 1/06 -- $10,000
  • Clark, R. Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, “Comparing the safety of Oral v. IV NAC,” 1/06 -- $3000
  • Clark, R. Rocky Mountain Poison and Drug Center, “Characterization of Repeated Supratherapeutic Ingestion of Acetaminophen in Children: a Retrospective Poison Center Study,” 10/06 -- $500

Daniel P. Davis, MD

  • Davis, D. “UCSD Resuscitation Research Center [Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium].” NIH, 07/04 – 04/09. $2,835,000.
  • Davis, D. “Microarray Analysis of Neuronal Ischemic Preconditioning.” NIH, 06/04 – 03/08. $1,479,856.
  • Davis, D. “Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Epistry.” American Heart Association, 2006-2009. $600,000.
  • Davis, D. “Emerging Strategies in Resuscitation Monitoring.” Zoll Medical, 03/07 – 2/10. $48,000.
  • Davis, D. “Desaturations and hyper- and hypoventilation with air medical rapid sequence intubation.” Foundation for Aeromedical Research and Education, 07/06 – 06/07. $10,000.
  • Davis, D. “Improving Prehospital Trauma triage: Generating a Cost-Effective and Resource-Efficient Mechanism for the Field Triage of Injured Persons.” Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, 07/07 – 06/10. $74,659.

Kama Z. Guluma, MD

  • Guluma, K. “Clinical trial of the safety and feasibility of induced therapeutic hypothermia with thrombolytic therapy in the setting of acute stroke”. University of California, San Diego. 2003 – Present. (NIH P50N5044148).
  • Guluma, K. “Acute thrombomodulatory effects of neurotrophic growth factors in acute stroke”. University of California San Diego. 2003 – Present. (NIH 5-K12-AG000975-05).
  • Guluma, K. “An assessment of cortical spreading depression and its cerebral metabolic effects following experimental traumatic brain injury”. University of Michigan. 1999 – 2001.

David A. Guss, MD

  • Guss, D. REDHOT, Phase II. Funded by Biosite Diagnostic. 2004-2007. $46,400.
  • Guss, D. C1 Inhibitor in Hereditary Angioedema. 2006-2008. $105, 967

Irving “Jake” Jacoby, MD

  • Jacoby, I. “Hospital Bed Surge Capacity in San Diego County”. Awarded June 2003 to County of San Diego, Dept of Health and Human Services, Division of Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Medical Response. 2003 – Present. ($51,150).
  • Jacoby, I. “Hospital Bed Surge Capacity Training Program for Hospitals in San Diego County”. County of San Diego Dept of Health and Human Services, Division of Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Medical Response. 2004 – Present. ($45,000).

James P. Killeen, MD

  • Killeen, J. “Wireless Internet Information System for Medical Response in Disasters”. National Institute of Health in junction with University of California. 2003 – 2006. ($4.1 million).
  • Killeen, J. “Emergency Department Crowding & Safety Net Assessment”. Urgent Matters Program, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 2004 – 2005. (Amount: $150,000).
  • Killeen, J. “Improving Medical Home and Primary Care Access to theCommunity
  • Clinics Through the Emergency Department (IMPACT ED)”. AllianceHealthcare Grant, 2006 – present. (Amount: $25,000).
  • Killeen, J. “Multi-Center Study of the Impact of Nurse-Patient Ratios on Emergency Department Overcrowding”. EMF Grant. 2007 – Present. (Amount: $50,000).
  • Killeen, J. “San Diego Safety Net Health Information Exchange.” Pacificare/United Healthcare. 2008-2011. (Amount: $715,000).
  • Killeen, J. "San Diego Safety Net Connect (Safety Net Connect)”. San Diego County. 2008-2010. (Amount: $5,100,000)

Binh T. Ly, MD

  • Ly B, UCSD Academic Senate Committee on Research Grant, from February 2001 through March 2002, $10,000.
  • Ly B, Co-Investigator, “GHB Abuse: Motivations, Risk Factors and Medical Consequences” - California Poison Control System - Funded by National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), from July 2003 through April 2007, $27,589.
  • Ly B, Co-Investigator, “Poison Control Stabilization and Enhancement Program” - Funded by Health Resources & Services Administration (HRSA), from September 2001 through August 2010, $625,120.

Christian M. Sloane, MD

  • Sloane, C. The effect of Taser on Cardiac, Respiratory and Metabolic Physiology in Human Subjects. Study funded by the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, 10/1/2005 to 9/30/2007. UCSD No. 2006-0846; USDOJ Federal Award #98-IJ-CX-0079. Amount: $213,941.49
  • Sloane, C. Evaluation of the Ventilatory and Respiratory Effects of a Restraint Chair on Human Subjects. Funded by the Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody Deaths, Inc, 1/1/07 to 12/31/07. Amount: $11,658.00

Brian K. Snyder, MD

  • Snyder, B. “ IMPAACT – Translating Research into Practice Study (study examining antibiotic prescribing, patient education and the use of C-reactive protein in upper respiratory infections)”. AHRQ. 2003 - 2007. (Amount - $ 60,000).
  • Snyder, B. “National Emergency Department Safety Study (study examining Emergency department patient safety issues through staff surveys and chart reviews)”. AHRQ. 2004 - 2006. (Amount - $3,600).

Gary M. Vilke, MD

  • Vilke, G. “Evaluation of Hurricaine anesthetic in patients with dyspepsia” funded by Beutlich Pharmaceuticals for, 2001. Amount: $1,500
  • Vilke, G. The effect of Taser on Cardiac, Respiratory and Metabolic Physiology in Human Subjects. Funded by the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, 2005-7. UCSD No. 2006-0846; USDOJ Federal Award #98-IJ-CX-0079. Amount: $213,941.49
  • Vilke, G. “Evaluation of the Ventilatory and Respiratory Effects of a Restraint Chair on Human Subjects.” Funded by the Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody Deaths, Inc, 1/1/07 to 12/31/07. Amount: $11,658
  • Co-Investigator, with David Hoyt (PI) for the Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium: UCSD / San Diego Resuscitation Research Center, funded by the NIH, 9/1/2004 to 6/30/2009. UO1 HL077908. Amount: $2,250,522
  • Co-Principal Investigator (Co-PI), with Theodore Chan, for study entitled, “The effect of Taser on Cardiac, Respiratory and Metabolic Physiology in Human Subjects.” Study funded by the National Institute of Justice, U.S. Department of Justice, 10/1/2005 to 9/30/2007. UCSD No. 2006-0846; USDOJ Federal Award #98-IJ-CX-0079. Amount: $213,941.49
  • Co-Investigator, with Daniel Davis (PI) for the study entitled, “ROC Interventional Trials: Hypertonic Resuscitation for Traumatic Injury, Trauma Epistry, PRIMED”, funded by the NIH, 7/1/2006 to 6/30/2008. UO1 HL077863. Amount: $331,320
  • Co-Investigator, with Daniel Davis (PI) for the, “ROC Cardiac Epistry”, funded by the AHA, 7/1/2006 to 6/30/2008. Amount: $133,427
  • Co-Investigator, with Theodore Chan (PI) for study entitled, “Multi-Center Study of the Impact of Nurse-Patient Ratios on Emergency Department Overcrowding.” funded by the Emergency Medicine Foundation, 7/1/2007 to 6/30/2008. Amount: $50,000
  • Principal Investigator (PI) for study entitled, “Evaluation of the Ventilatory and Respiratory Effects of a Restraint Chair on Human Subjects.” Funded by the Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody Deaths, Inc, 1/1/07 to 12/31/07. Amount: $11,650
  • Co-Investigator, with Edward Castillo (PI) for study entitled, “California ED Diversion Project Evaluation.” funded by the California Healthcare Foundation, 5/15/2008 to 10/15/2008. Amount: $50,990
  • Principal Investigator (PI) for study entitled, “Ventilatory Effects of Prone Restraint on Human Subjects.” Funded by the Institute for the Prevention of In-Custody Deaths, Inc, 1/1/09 to 12/31/09. Amount: $13,423
  • Principal Investigator (PI) for study entitled, “FAST TRAC: Finding ACS with Serial Troponin Testing for Rapid Assessment.” Funded by the Nanosphere, Inc. 2/1/09 to 2/1/10. Amount: $140,000
  • Principal Investigator (PI) for study entitled, “CHOPIN: Copentin Helps in the Early Detection of Patients with Acute Myocardial Infarction.” Funded by Brahms AG, 8/1/09 to 8/1/10. Amount: $103,950
  • Co-Investigator, with Daniel Davis (PI) for the study titled, “Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium (ROC) Regional Clinical Center, San Diego”, funded by the NIH, 3/1/2010 to 2/28/2015. U01 HL077908-06. Amount: $755,998
  • Co-Investigator, with Christine Hall for the study titled, “RESTRAINT - Risk of dEath in Subjects That Resisted: Assessment of Incidence and Nature of faTal events”, funded by the Vancouer Island Health Authority. 7/1/09-6/30/2010. Amount $50,000