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Completed Projects

Project NameGrant NumberGrant NamePrinciple InvestigatorProject Length
Ambulatory and Secondary Complications
The purpose of this study is to identify variations in ambulation after SCI based on utilization of assistive devices and orthoses, reliance on people for assistance, functionality (distances, primary mode of locomotion), and association with secondary conditions. Specifically, we will test a mediational model to determine the extent to which pain and fatigue mediate the relationships between ambulation parameters and participation, depressive symptoms, and QOL.
H133G090059Department of Education/NIDRRKrause, JS2009-2012

Participation, Subjective Well-Being and Spinal Cord Injury: A 35-Year Longitudinal Study
The purpose of this 35-year longitudinal study is to identify the natural course of changes in participation, health, and subjective well-being among 5 cohorts of participants with SCI.

H133G060126
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Department of Education/NIDRRKrause, JS12/01/06-11/30/09

A Longitudinal Study of Risk for Hospitalizations, Pressure Ulcers, and Subsequent Injuries after Spinal Cord Injury
The purpose of this study is to perform a longitudinal study to identify protective and risk factors associated with the onset of multiple types of adverse health events among a large sample of individuals with SCI.

H133G050165
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Department of Education/NIDRRKrause, JS12/01/05-11/30/08 (NCE through 11/30/09)
Stability of Vocational Interests Two Years after Spinal Cord Injury: Relationship with Employment, Participation, and Subjective Well-Being
The purpose of this study is to identify the stability of vocational interests in participants with SCI in the two years that follow injury.
H133G030151
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Department of Education/NIDRRKrause, JS10/01/03-09/30/08
Risk for Early Mortality after Spinal Cord Injury
This project identifies the relationships of life adjustment, quality of life, activities, fitness and secondary conditions with length of survival and causes of death after SCI.
H133G030117
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Department of Education/NIDRRKrause, JS10/01/03-09/30/08
Aging after Spinal Cord Injury: Three Decades of Research
This study performed a sixth data collection in a longitudinal study to identify how the life situation of people with SCI has changed over the past 3 decades, with an emphasis on evaluating the roles of aging and environmental change.
H133G020239
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Department of Education/NIDRRKrause, JS09/01/01-08/31/05
A Prospective Study of Risk of Mortality after Spinal Cord Injury
The purpose of the project was to perform a prospective study of mortality that would identify associations between several sets of factors and early mortality after SCI.
1R01HD037496NIHKrause, JS07/10/00-12/31/02
Prediction of Mortality after Spinal Cord Injury
The purpose of the current study is to carry out the latest in a series of prospective studies to further clarify the relationship between adjustment after SCI and mortality.
 1R01HD029835NIHKrause, JS07/01/93-06/30/95
 
 
 
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