RDDC’s Sam Wu awarded nearly $10 million in three separate NIH grants

The director of the CTSI’s Research Design and Data Coordinating Center and his collaborators received millions in NIH funding for biomedical and AI research. Two of these grants, totalling $8.9 million, will support research designed to help improve health outcomes for people living with HIV as well as assist in the development of intervention strategies for comorbid HIV and alcohol use. Additionally, a $1.1 million grant will be used to fund AI research that aims to assist with improved diagnoses and better treatment options for patients with Parkinson’s. Click here for more information.

The Research Design and Data Coordinating Center is jointly established by the Clinical and Translational Science Institute and the department of biostatistics in the UF College of Public Health & Health Professions and the UF College of Medicine. The mission of RDDC is to advance biomedical research by providing innovative research design, high-quality data management, state-of-the-art data analysis, and advanced data privacy technologies. Learn more about this service.