Research Collaborations

NOURISH-T+: A Randomized Control Trial Targeting Parents Promoting Healthy Eating and Exercise Behaviors in Pediatric Cancer Survivors with Overweight/Obesity (R01CA240319-01A1, Stern, PI) is a multisite randomized clinical control trial targeting parents of pediatric cancer survivors to support the development and maintenance of healthy lifestyle behaviors and mitigate the late effects associated with obesity. 

ADAPT+: Optimizing an Intervention to Promote Healthy Behaviors in Rural, Latino Youth with Obesity and their Parents, using Mindfulness Strategies (R34AT010661-01, Stern and Redwine, MPI) aims to refine and test the acceptability and feasibility of a culturally competent, evidence-based, community-centered obesity intervention to address obesity in Latino youth living in rural communities. 

Social, Ethical, and Behavioral Implications (SEBI) Research on COVID-19 Testing and Vaccine Uptake among Rural Latino Migrants in Southwest Florida (MPI: Redwine & Stern, R34AT010661-01S1) to assess COVID-19 testing and vaccine uptake attitudes and behaviors among rural Latino migrants in Southwest Florida.

Florida Division of Early Learning Preschool Development Grant: Family-Friendly Florida Birth-5 Survey (PI: Marshall).

USF Center for Urban Food Sovereignty and Food Justice: Planning Interdisciplinary and Experiential Learning in the Humanities and Beyond (PI: Schanbacher).

Community Collaborations

Tampa Bay Center for Community Transformation: Young Voices - Young Choices project that addresses community safety through trauma-informed community building and collective impact approach.