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GRANT FUNDS AWARDED TO FURTHER DEVELOP MPT !

 

The Institute for Matching Person & Technology has been awarded research grants to further develop the measures in the MPT portfolio.

As a user of the MPT and MATCH assessments, we would love to have you involved in our research studies and product development.  If you are interested in participating, please send us an e-mail telling us of your interest.  All who participate in the development and testing of these products will receive complimentary copies of the products at the end of the grant.

 

CURENT MPT FUNDED RESEARCH

NIDRR Projects Contracting with the Institute For Matching Person & Technology

Disability and Rehabilitation Research Project:  Project CAREER: Development of an Interprofessional Demonstration to Support the Transition of Students with Traumatic Brain Injuries from Postsecondary Education to Employmen, Kent State University.  National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) Project #H133A130066.  October 1, 2013 for 60 months.

http://www2.kent.edu/ehhs/rhab/projectcareer/index.cfm

Foundation and Organization Grants

Craig H. Neilsen Foundation Grant ID: 288446  (with J. Fleeman & K.R.Poduri, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Rochester Medical Center) for the project, Optimizing Quality of Life for Individuals with SCI.  January 2014 - December 2014, $49,900.

 

European Union

Lifelong Learning Programme, Brussels, Belgium.  Third County Member, The Institute for Matching Person & Technology, Inc. for the project European Network for Technology Enhanced Learning in an Inclusive Society (ENTELIS) (Project number 543115-LLP-1-2013-1-IT-KA3-KA3NW).  1 January 2014 – 30 December 2016.

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http://www.entelis.net/en/node/51

 

PAST MPT FUNDED RESEARCH

U.S. Government

 

National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  Co-Principal Investigator for grant number H133A090004 to the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University and the Institute for Matching Person & Technology for the DRRP Center of Effective Rehabilitation Technology (CERT).  1 October 2009 - 31 October 2014.  http://bbi.syr.edu/projects/CERT/index.html

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Grant number DD000219 to the The Institute for Matching Person & Technology, Inc. for the project, Matching Assistive Technology and CHild (MATCH).  30 September 2007 –  29 September 2008.

National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research.  Grant number HD052310 to The Institute for Matching Person & Technology, Inc. for the project, Improving the Match of Person and Assistive Cognitive Technology.  15 April 2006 – 31 March 2007.

National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research.  Grant number H133A010401 to Duke University Medical Center, Institute for Matching Person & Technology, and University of Western Ontario for a DRRP, Advancing Assistive Technology Outcomes.  1 November 2001-31 October 2006.

National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Center for Medical Rehabilitation Research.  Grant number HD38220 to The Institute for Matching Person & Technology, Inc. for the project, Improving the Match of Person and Mobility Technology.  1 June 1999 -  30 October 2004.

U.S. Department of Education, Symposium on Educational Media Technology Related to Persons with Sensory Disabilities (with G. J. Buckley, E. W. Clymer and J. C. Pruszynski).  July, 1993.

National Science Foundation, Ethics and Values in Science and Technology and Biotechnology & Research to Aid the Handicapped.  Grant number RII-8512418 for dissertation research project, Improving Technological Innovations for People with Physical Disabilities.  September, 1985. 

 

PAST NIDRR Projects Contracting with the Institute For Matching Person & Technology

 

Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for the Advancement of Cognitive Technologies (RERC-ACT), University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Project Number: H133E090003.  Start Date: November 1, 2009.  Length: 60 months

Rehabilitation and Research Training Centers:  Developing Strategies to Foster Community Integration and Participation for Individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury.  Memorial Hermann Clinical Innovation & Research Institute, National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) Project # H133B090023.  Start Date:  October 1, 2009.

The TATE Project: Training Assistive Technology in the Environment.  Western Oregon University. National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR) Project # H133G090227.  October 1, 2009-September 30, 2012. Final product produced in 2013:  TATE: Training Assistive Technology in the Environment Toolkit
http://cbirt.org/products/training-assistive-technology-environment-tate/

Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center for the Advancement of Cognitive Technologies (RERC-ACT), University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, Project Number: H133E040019.  Start Date: November 1, 2004.  Length: 60 months
 
Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Demographics and Statistics, Cornell University,  Project Number: H133B031111.  Start Date: December 1, 2003.  Length: 60 months. URL: http://www.disabilitystatistics.org

 

PAST Foundation and Organization Grants

Atlantic Philanthropic (with the Rochester Hearing and Speech Center and the International Center for Hearing and Speech Research

American Association of Spinal Cord Injury Psychologists and Social Workers.  Grant  (with Laura A. Cushman) for a pilot study on Facilitating Optimal Outcomes of Persons with SCI through Assessment of  Perceived Needs and Person-Technology Fit.  September, 1996.

American Association of University Women Educational Foundation Individual Research Grant to study Factors Related to Severe Injury Coping and Non-coping.  July, 1984.