Grant Listings

Education

The Dr. David & Zivia Anne Meltzer Fund, $9,741 – St. Joseph's Health Care London
Awarded to nursing staff across St. Joseph’s. This past year, 17 awards were presented based on excellence in nursing, to be used for continuing education in a nursing program.  

The Clinical Education and Development Fund, $2,550 – St. Joseph's Health Care London
Awarded to members of an interdisciplinary team providing or supporting clinical care. This past year, one award was presented and directed toward clinical education, advancement of leadership, communication, critical thinking, conflict resolution skills, critical appraisal, continuous quality improvement, and evaluation and/or research skill.

The Michael P. Boucher Endowment for Leadership Development, $2,500 – Parkwood Institute 
Awarded to provide annual support in leadership development, innovation, continuous learning and excellence in the fields of aging, rehabilitation, palliative and Veteran care at Parkwood Institute.

The Nancy White Memorial Fund, $1,200 – St. Joseph’s Health Care London
Awarded to a nursing staff member based on excellence in nursing and used for continuing education in a nursing program.

The Dr. F. Luney Fund for the Library, $1,131 – St. Joseph's Hospital
Various educational resources and books were purchased for the Robert M. McFarlane Library at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

Patient Care

The Operating Room Refurbishment, $1,635,361 – St. Joseph's Hospital
Funding in support of the Operating Room Refurbishment, which included upgrading 11 surgical suites/operating rooms located in the GA Huot Surgical Centre at St.  Joseph’s Hospital.

MRI Upgrade from 1.5 to 3T, $257,000 – St. Joseph's Hospital
Upgrading the 1.5T MRIs to 3T MRIs to improve comfort, efficiency and quality, leading to more accurate results and better treatment in the areas of breast and prostate cancer care, as well as orthopedics. 

Zero Suicide Initiative, $256,948 – Parkwood Institute 
St. Joseph’s set a bold goal to make suicide a never event in our health care system through a novel initiative called Zero Suicide. This assessment and staged program, supports people as they navigate through the health system and back out into the community.

Wheelchair Inventory Refurbishment, $111,173 – Parkwood Institute 
Various types of wheelchairs are now accessible for use at Parkwood Institute’s Main Building.

Gray Centre for Mobility and Activity, $98,239 – Parkwood Institute Main
The Gray Centre for Mobility & Activity at St. Joseph’s Parkwood Institute will address the growing prevalence of mobility problems in Canadian society as a result of illness and catastrophic injury that robs people of their independence and quality of life.

Royal Canadian Legion Tri District Veterans Wish List, $58,346 – Parkwood Institute 
Wish list items include funding for the dining delights food program, theatre tickets, a drum carder for Veteran arts, dreams and wishes program, a smart board, client comforts for the Operation Stress Injury Clinic, park maintenance costs, pub services and a camp experience.

Interactive Neighbourhood at Mount Hope, $49,590 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care 
Residents living with dementia remain active and engaged in a safe environment thanks to a secure community setting, which includes murals and interactive settings that allow them to engage with familiar things from their past.

Annual Veterans Care and Comfort Fund Grant, $45,000 – Parkwood Institute 
The Veterans Care and Comfort Fund purchases special care and comfort items that enhance the quality of life enjoyed by Veterans who make their home at Parkwood Institute Main Building and the Western Counties Wing.   

Health Crisis Care & Comforts Treats for Staff, $36,283 – St. Joseph's Health Care London
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, staff across the entire organization were provided with various treats to provide care and comfort.

Angel Project Refurbishment Lounges in Complex Care Program, $34,984 – Parkwood Institute
Designated to refurbishing two lounges in the Complex Care Program with updated fixtures, new flooring and new furniture.

Endourology Fellowship Program, $30,000 – St. Joseph's Hospital
Trainees are given the opportunity to integrate into the Urology Program at St. Joseph’s Hospital to develop skills in basic and advanced endourological and robot-assisted laparoscopic treatments that are improving patient care.  

Dining Room Audio System for Veterans Care Program, $27,340 – Parkwood Institute 
In support of approved priority capital needs in the Veterans Care Program.

Rocking Chair Therapy, $27,326 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care
Rocking Chair Therapy has been developed and tested as a non-pharmacological approach to comfort and well-being. The combination of repetitive soothing rocking and participants’ specific soothing melodies has been demonstrated to reduce behaviour challenges with residents with cognitive impairment and or mental health challenges.  

Going Places Virtual Reality Equipment, $23,818 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care
For residents in long term care, virtual reality supports socialization, physical activity, cognitive function and engagement – all things that enhance a person’s quality of life.

4 Smartboards for Mount Hope, $21,063 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care
As COVID-19 has contributed to social isolation, residents will now benefit greatly with the addition of 4 new smart boards to enable them to enjoy entertainment as well as cognitive, educational, seasonal and music therapy programs in the comfort of their lounge or rooms.

Garden Rejuvenation Project, $18,690 – Parkwood Institute
Garden enhancements, which include a permanent shade structure, plants and landscaping and a patio table and chairs.

Health Crisis Care & Comforts Treats for Staff, $16,132 – St. Joseph's Health Care London
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, staff were able to enjoy nourishing snacks.

Spirit Hospital Bed, Assessment Program, $14,546 – Parkwood Institute 
Through a Board approved grant, existing foundation funds will help support the capital plan for approved capital equipment needs across the organization, such as specialized beds.

Broda Chairs, Geriatric Psychiatry, $13,895 – Parkwood Institute Mental Health
Through a Board approved grant, existing foundation funds will help support the capital plan for approved capital equipment needs across the organization, such as specialized wheelchairs.

Bladder Scanner for Community Stroke Rehab Team, $12,000 – Parkwood Institute 
In support of approved priority capital equipment for the Community Stroke Rehab Team.

Health Crisis Care & Comforts Morrison Discount, $12,496 – St. Joseph's Health Care London
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, staff were able to enjoy coffee and treats at a discount through Morrisons Catering Discount Program.

Inpatient & Resident Christmas Cheer, $11,794 – St. Joseph's Health Care London
To help make Christmas a little brighter for residents and inpatients during the holiday season, residents and inpatients enjoyed Christmas stockings with personal care items, a sweet treat and other small items. Beautiful festive décor added to the Christmas spirit. Those in isolation had new games and activities to stay entertained. Even holiday cards and stamps were provided as a way to connect with family members.

Health Crisis Care & Comforts Leadership Recognition, $11,000 – St. Joseph's Health Care London

The Ann and Bill Fleming Fund for Patient Rehabilitation & Care Needs at Parkwood Hospital, $9,888 – Parkwood Institute
Medical and patient-related equipment was purchased to meet frontline patient care needs in the Rehabilitation Program at Parkwood Institute’s Main Building.

Home Area Leisure Resource Centres, $15,518 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care
Enhancements to Mount Hope’s recreational spaces, which gives residents an opportunity to take part in a favourite solo or group activity. 

NuStep Equipment for the Veterans Care Program, $9,092 – Parkwood Institute 
In support of approved priority capital equipment for the Veterans Care Program.

The Anne Toal & Paul Brisson Fund for Patient Care Needs at Parkwood Institute – Main Building, $8,856 – Parkwood Institute 
In support of non-capital medical and patient-related equipment to meet frontline patient care needs of the Specialized Geriatric Services, Rehabilitation and Complex Care programs.

Equipment Needs in the Musculoskeletal Program, $8,562 – Parkwood Institute 
The program will now have a Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Unit and a Rototurner to assist with the healing of patients.

ROHO Mattress, Inserts and Covers, Geriatric Psychiatry, $8,449 – Parkwood Institute 
Through a Board approved grant, existing foundation funds will help support the capital plan for approved capital equipment needs across the organization, such as specialty mattresses.

Walkers, Geriatric Psychiatry, $8,195 – Parkwood Institute 
Through a Board approved grant, existing foundation funds will help support the capital plan for approved capital equipment needs across the organization, such as walkers.

Smartboard for the Veterans Care Program, $7,464 – Parkwood Institute 
This smartboard will enable the Therapeutic Recreation Program to provide more interactive engagement with the Veterans living on 2 Perth for those unable to leave the floor.

Smart Board Project in Geriatric Psychiatry, $7,168 – Parkwood Institute 
This smartboard will enable the Geriatric Psychiatry Program to help with the delivery of recreation and leisure programs.

2020-21 Ann and Bill Fleming Fund for Patient Rehabilitation Care Needs at Parkwood Hospital, $9,938 – Parkwood Institute 
Medical and patient-related equipment was purchased to meet frontline patient care needs in the Rehabilitation Program at Parkwood Institute Main.

Spiritual Care Smart Boards and iPads, $12,232 – St. Joseph's Health Care London
Smartboards that enable residents, Veterans and inpatients to stay connected with their faith through various spiritual programming, as well as engagement in spiritual services.

12 iPads for Virtual Connection for all Mental Health Programs, $5,867 – Parkwood Institute 
Mental Health Care programs have access to 12 new iPads for patients to connect virtually with family and friends to help decrease stress, anxiety, and loneliness.

Clear Chart Visual Acuity System, $5,700 – St. Joseph's Hospital
In support of approved priority capital equipment for the Ivey Eye Institute.

14 Day Isolation Equipment, $5,376 – Parkwood Institute Main
As patients who are admitted to Parkwood Institute Main Building require isolation for the first 14 days of their stay, care teams can now provide rehabilitation care at the bedside to prevent any delays in their journey to recovery.

Life Style Medicine Treatment Prescription for Type 2 Diabetes Virtual Activity Support, $5,362 – St. Joseph's Hospital
For people living with Type 2 diabetes, and are at greater risk of vascular events, participants now have access to 50 wearable fitness trackers to be loaned during a 12-week program. This program encourages exercise as part of the care journey.

Hospital Bed Replacement Mattress, Assessment Program, $5,300 – Parkwood Institute 
Through a Board approved grant, existing foundation funds will help support the capital plan for approved capital equipment needs across the organization, such as specialty beds and mattresses.

Dedicated Speech Generating Devices for Speech Language Pathology, Complex Care Program, $5,279 – Parkwood Institute 
Dedicated speech generating devices will now be available in the Complex Care Program to assist non-verbal patients to communicate with family and loved ones.

12 Chairs for Outdoor Gatherings at the Steele Street Rehabilitation and Treatment Program, $5,151 – Parkwood Institute 
Clients will have an additional 12 outdoor chairs to help with social distancing to enjoy safe social engagement.

Pressure Reducing Mattress for Specialized Geriatric Services, $5,000 – Parkwood Institute 

Door Chime & Motion Sensor, $4,720 – Parkwood Institute 
Funded by the endowed Chapel Fund, those using the Chapel of Hope or the Multi-Faith Prayer Room will now feel a sense of safeness and awareness during their time of prayer.

Enriched Indoor Therapy Activities and Outdoor Courtyard for Sensory Space in the Dual Diagnosis Program, $4,481 – Parkwood Institute 
Clients in the Dual Diagnosis Program will now have more tools available to enjoy additional therapy activities indoors and outdoors in a healing sensory space.

3 iPads for Veterans Care Program, $4,199 – Parkwood Institute 
Three large screen iPads will allow Veterans to enjoy virtual visits with family and friends.

10 iPads for Family Connections Virtual Visiting Program, $4,156 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care 
Ten additional iPads to help facilitate the family connections virtual visiting program.

A Smartphone App for Resident Education Regarding Sinus and Sleep Apnea Diseases, $4,102 – St. Joseph's Hospital
The goal of this project is to develop a smartphone app to enable resident learners to update their learning that will cover the essentials of sinus disease and sleep apnea education from an ENT surgery perspective. This will include information retrieval, database searches, and a case logging function.    

Veterans Care Western County Wing Dining Room Rejuvenation, $4,042 – Parkwood Institute 

Automated Lensometer for Ivey Eye Institute, $4,000 – St. Joseph's Hospital
In support of front-line equipment for the Ivey Eye Institute.

Pocket Talkers for the Regional Rehabilitation Acquired Brain Injury Program, $3,800 – Parkwood Institute 
20 Pocket Talkers will now be available and used during speech language pathology treatment sessions with patients who have communication difficulties.

Allay Mattresses and Incontinence Covers Veterans Care Program, $3,470 – Parkwood Institute 
Providing non-pharmalogical means of reducing pain, these specialty foam mattresses will assist with pain management for those living with chronic back pain and degenerative disk disease, improving sleep and quality of life for residents of the Veterans Care Program.

Connex Vital Signs Monitor for Specialized Geriatrics Services, $2,764 – Parkwood Institute 

2019-20 Auxiliary Wish List Grant, $8,590 – Parkwood Institute 
Care and comfort items for patient and resident needs were purchased for frontline care in the Rehabilitation, Complex Care and Specialized Geriatrics Programs at Parkwood Institute.

Patient Wellness Program in the Complex Care Program, $2,513 – Parkwood Institute 
Various tools such as iPads, DVD players and gratitude tool kits will now be available to support activities lead by the Therapeutic Recreation Program to help with patient isolation.

Health Crisis Care & Comforts Mount Hope Staff Appreciation, $2,500 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care
Tim Horton gift cards were gifted to the staff at Mount Hope.

Optimizing Patient Experience and Outcome in the Treatment of Non-Melanomatous Skin Cancer, $2,498 – St. Joseph's Hospital
In support of standardizing and optimizing the care that patients receive, while also establishing a database to better track care outcomes in Otolaryngology (Head and Neck Surgery) at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

New BBQs for the Veterans Care Program, $2,292 – Parkwood Institute 
The Veterans Care Program will have access to three new barbeques to support social activities held during the summer months.

Recreation and Patient Program in Complex Care, $2,288 – Parkwood Institute 
Patients in the Complex Care Program were able to attend various community outings, while those who were unable to leave were provided with special on-site programs. These activities, made possible through donations to the Therapeutic Recreation Fund, helped to increase socialization, leisure activities and feelings of inclusion for enhanced quality of life experiences.  

4 Mattresses,Treatment and Rehabilitation Program, $8,800 – Parkwood Institute 
Through a Board approved grant, existing foundation funds will help support the capital plan for approved capital equipment needs across the organization, such as specialty mattresses. 

Sara Steady Equipment for Complex Care, $2,169 – Parkwood Institute 
Staff in the Complex Care Program will now be able to transfer patients more easily using the Sara Steady Aid. This device will allow patients that are previously being transferred with the assistance of two staff and/or mechanical overhead lifts, to safely stand and be transferred with one staff person. This device also allows patients to stand and weight bear through their legs while providing some lift assist to help patients with weaker legs/torso.

6 iPads for Patient Use, $1,737 – Parkwood Institute 
Six iPads with stands are now accessible for patients to connect virtually with family members.

Educational and Therapeutic Tools for the Aquired Brain Injury Outpatient Program, $1,676 – Parkwood Institute
Funding supported the development of evidence-based educational and therapeutic tools for the Acquired Brain Injury Outpatient Program.

Technology for the Community Stroke Rehabilitation Team & Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Program, $1,490 – Parkwood Institute
As the majority of the stroke rehabilitation services have been moved online due to the necessary COVID-19 restrictions, home technology devices will now be available on loan for those who do not have access to technology, so that they can also connect virtually and continue with the therapy program sessions in order to optimize recovery.

Sara Stedy Support Aid, Complex Care Program, $2,169 – Parkwood Institute 
This device will allow patients that are previously being transferred with the assistance of two staff and/or mechanical overhead lifts, to safely stand and be transferred with one staff person. This device also allows patients to stand and weight bear through their legs while providing some lift assist to help patients with weaker legs/torso.

2020-21 Mount Hope Resident Christmas Dinner, $1,329 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care
St. Joseph’s was able to bring Christmas to the residents at Mount Hope for those unable to go home during the holidays.

Educational Materials for the Jolliffe Resource Centre, $1,287 – St. Joseph's Hospital
Patient education materials and brochures on eye conditions were funded by the Marjorie Jean Jolliffe Fund for the Ivey Eye Institute.

Technology for Virtual Participation Steele Street Rehabilitation and Treatment Residence, $1,228 – Parkwood Institute 
Clients will now have access to a new iPad and Chromebook to provide more technology to provide them with opportunities to participate virtually in various activities.

Equipment for the Physio Gym, $1,166 – Parkwood Institute 
In support of parallel bars and therapy stairs.

New Washing Machine, $1,049 – Parkwood Institute
The Stroke/Neurological Services Program can continue to rely on the availability of a much-needed washing machine to provide the convenience for patients and family caregivers to complete laundry in house without having to bring laundry home. It also offers the opportunity for Occupational Therapists and nursing staff to assist patients with the goal of completing their own laundry independently before discharge.

Educational Materials for the Jolliffe Resource Centre, $862 – St. Joseph's Hospital
Patient education materials and brochures on eye conditions were funded by the Marjorie Jean Jolliffe Fund for the Ivey Eye Institute.

Patient Resource Booklets for the Transitional and Lifelong Care Program, $479 – Parkwood Institute 
Educational resources will now be available for the patients and caregivers/families of the Transitional and Lifelong Care Program.

iPad for Mount Hope, $415 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care
Mount Hope residents will now have access to an additional iPad to connect virtually with family members.

Veterans Family Visiting Suites Enhancements, $199 – Parkwood Institute 
The Veterans Family Visiting Suite will now be enhanced to include a microwave cart, new dishes, cutlery, a kettle and kitchen and bath towels.

Wishing Well Program, $315 – Mount Hope Centre for Long Term Care
The Resident Wishing Well Program is a new program that will make dreams and wishes come true for the Mount Hope residents.

Research

The Ting Yin-Lee Research Chair in Imaging, $1,607,330

Weston Brain Institute-Dr. Pasternak's Parkinson's Dementia Study, $265,712 

Operational Stress Injury Clinic Research and Innovation Centre, $237,027 

The Endowed Chair in Human Microbiology & Probiotics, $225,524 
Chair position in Human Microbiology & Probiotics, improving health care through research in
probiotics.

The MINDS of London-Middlesex: Tackling the Wicked Problem of Youth Mental Health and Addictions, $224,221

The Surgical Mechatronics Laboratory, $176,397 
The Surgical Mechatronics Laboratory develops minimally invasive upper arm surgical interventions that support surgical skill development, enhance patient recovery and seek to reduce further surgeries.

Signal Trial Study, Breast Care Program, $143,337 

Beryl & Richard Ivey Research Chair in Aging, Mental Health, Rehabilitation & Recovery, $140,171
Chair position providing scientific leadership in Aging, Mental Health, Rehabilitation & Recovery within Lawson Health Research Institute (based at Parkwood Institute Main Building).

Expanding St. Joseph’s Cyclotron & PET Radiochemistry Facility Production, $135,014 
In St. Joseph’s Cyclotron & PET Radiochemistry Facility, radioisotopes are produced for targeted imaging research in a variety of areas of care, including cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease and mental health. But the facility was limited in how many radioisotopes they could produce to keep up with the demand. Now, the facility is able to triple their production through additional tools and technology. 

The Helen and Frances Lawson Chair in Diabetes Research, $130,797 
Chair position that is improving diabetes care through medical research.

Use of Novel Human Milk Prebiotics to Improve Kidney Transplant Outcomes, $108,000

Douglas & Vivian Bocking Chair in Fetal and Newborn Growth, $106,321
Chair position in Fetal and Newborn Growth.

Mental Health in Rehabilitation Research, $100,000

LHRI Founding Endowment Fund, $86,938
Supports ongoing research initiatives at Lawson Health Research Institute to improve health care for our community, region and beyond.

Emerging Researchers, The Dr. Ferreira Innovations in Surgical Technology Research, $80,000

Internal Medicine Endocrinology Fellowship, $79,586 

The Miriam Burnett Chair in Urological Sciences, $70,466
Chair position in Urological Sciences, providing scientific leadership and improving technologies and non-invasive procedures to improve health care in the fields of prostate and other urological cancers, and probiotics.

Autoradiographic System Needed to Dramatically Improve New Molecular Imaging Procedures for Early Detection of Disease, $68,000

The Miggsie Lawson Directorship of the Lawson Health Research Institute, $63,963
Chair position of the Scientific Director of Lawson Health Research Institute, attracting research talent and improving medical research for the health of our community, region and beyond.

The Interaction of Psychosocial Factors and Long Term Outcomes among Spinal Cord Injury and Acquired Brain Injury Populations, $43,378

The Sustainability of Clinical Practice in Stroke Research, $41,522

The Robert S. & Mary Gay, Donald, James, and Helen (Taylor) Gay Endowed Res Fellowship in Veterans Care, $39,000 

The Endowed Research Fellowship in Care of Older Adults, $34,000

The Mary Elizabeth Horney Fellowship in Rehabilitation Research, $33,500

Dr. Joseph Rea Endowed Chair in Mood Disorders, $33,400
Chair position to advance progress in understanding mechanisms of the causes, prevention and treatment of affective disorders to improve the care and treatment of those suffering from these disorders.  

Lawson General Endowment, $31,091
Supports ongoing research initiatives at Lawson Health Research Institute to improve health care for our community, region and beyond.

Use of novel human milk prebiotics to improve the quality of life for neurogenic bladder patients, $29,075

Translation of Intraoperative forces into training feedback for patient safety during total shoulder arthroplasties, $25,000

A MRI coil for the Medical Imaging Program, $26,490

Research Fellowship in Care of Older Adults, $22,737 

Mary Elizabeth Horney Fellowship in Rehabilitation Research, $22,336

Probiotics to Protect Bees Against Neonicotinoid Study, $20,000

Emerging Researchers, The Dr. Montero-Odasso Mobility & Cognition Research, $19,615

Donald and Elizabeth Ness Endowment, $19,434
To support of the pursuit of expert assistance for researchers to commercialize their discoveries at Lawson Health Research Institute.

Planning and Pacing App Phase 4, $17,152
A points system for those with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) to help self-manage their symptoms through an application that can be used on various devices.

The Joseph A. Scott Studentship in Mobility and Aging, $10,500

The Joseph A. Scott Studentship in Mobility and Aging, $10,500 

Biomarkers for Assessing disease Activity and Predicting Cardiovascular Complications in Rheumatoid Arthritis, $10,477 

Development of Fatty Acid Binding Protein 3 Radiotracers as Surrogate Biomarkers for Alpha-Synuclein and Lewy Bodies, $9,664

Siskinds Studentship in Spinal Cord Injury, $9,625

Post-Exposure Prophylaxis for Coronavirus: A Pragmatic Randomized Clinical Trial, $8,274

Medical grade cocaine and perioperative morbidity following ambulatory endoscopic sinus surgery – a population analysis, $7,766

Siskinds Studentship in Spinal Cord Injury, $7156 

Joseph A. Scott Studentship in Mobility and Aging, $7,000

Bringing St. Joseph's Diabetes Care to Patients in the Hemodialysis Unit: A quality improvement research study, $6,812

Planning and Pacing App Phase 2, $6,448

Effect of Celecoxib on postoperative narcotic use and disease severity in patients with aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease and chronic rhinosinusitis: a randomized controlled trial, $6,101

Research Capital Fund, $5,089
Supports ongoing research initiatives at Lawson Health Research Institute to improve health care for our community, region and beyond.

Characterizing the burden of surgical care in CoVID-19 positive patients, $5,086

Siskinds Studentship in Spinal Cord Injury, $3,500 

The Dr. Graham W. Chance Lectureship Fund, $3,273

Dynamic 4DCT to Examine the Effect of Mal-united Distal Radius Fractures on Carpal Contact Mechanics, Osteoarthritis and Patient Outcomes, $3,174

Dr. Peter A. Rechnitzer Fund for the Centre for Activity & Aging, $2,518

Marathon and Opticell Study, $1,688

Identification of the mechanisms whereby high birth weight can increase the risk of developing Type 1 Diabetes, $1,651

Treatment Resistant Depression (TRD): Creating a Predictive Tool, Definition, and Care Model through a Clinical Quality Improvement Initiative, $1,547 

The Glenn E. Pratt Endowment, $1,500
Providing funding to researchers at Parkwood Institute Main for research activieis that will advance the care and treatment of Parkwood’s patients and residents.

Next generation exogenous surfactants for COVID-19 and future respiratory pandemics, $1,387

ISEE Program - Next Step Case Disbursement, $1,379
The Ivey Special Eye Examination Services (iSee) aims to examine photo screening as a useful and rapid tool to identify eye conditions in children. Using photo screening (a specialty camera that can capture irregularities in the eye) only requires a child to sit still for a few seconds.

Improving Outcomes of Partial Wrist Fusions for Wrist Arthritis, $843

Shoulder Anthroscopy Research, $526

Next Generation Exogenous Surfactants for COVID-19 and Future Respiratory Pandemics, $422