Partnership and Innovation Accelerator Pilot Program
Facilitate collaboration with local organizations on health research that benefits our communities.
View the 2022 Partnership and Innovation Accelerator Pilot Program RFA
View Applicant Webinar Slides for the PIAP Program Introduction
PIAP Awarded Projects
|Investigators||Community Partner||Project Title||Year|
|Slawa Rokicki, Rutgers||Central Jersey Family Health Consortium||An Academic-Community Partnership to Prevent Perinatal Depression Among Low-income and Black Women||2020|
|Walter Zahorodny, Rutgers||Statewide Parent Advocacy Network (SPAN)||Partnership for Autism Awareness||2020|
|Jose Centeno, Rutgers||RWJUH-CHPP and United Community Corporation||Identifying Needs, Barriers, and Facilitators in the Care and Rehabilitative Services for Hispanic Adults with Post-stroke Aphasia: Perspectives from Caregivers||2020|
|Christine Dimaculangan, Rutgers||Hyacinth AIDS Foundation||Vaccination Outreach and Integrated Cardiovascular Risk Education in People Living with HIV||2020|
|Richard Marlink, Rutgers||New Brunswick Tomorrow||New Brunswick Tomorrow||2020|
|Kathryn Edin, Princeton||Trenton Health Team||Housing and Health in New Jersey’s Capital City||2019|
|Pamela Rothpletz-Puglia, Rutgers||Leaguers, Inc.||Needs Assessment of Family Functioning around Food Related Behaviors||2019|
|Joachim Sackey, Rutgers||North Jersey Community Research Initiative||Exploring diet quality and CVD risk factors among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex (LGBTQI) adults in Newark, NJ||2019|
|Usha Ramachandran, Rutgers||Sai Datta Peetham Temple||Diabetes Prevention Program in South Asians||2019|
|Helmut Zarbl, Rutgers||Groundwork Elizabeth||Healthy Air and Healthy Eating: Encouraging a Culture of Health in Elizabeth, NJ||2019|
NJ ACTS Community Core Publications
Publications Coming Soon!
If your research has benefited from one or more of NJ ACTS resources, please remember to:
- Cite our CTSA grant, UL1TR003017, KL2TR003018 or TL1TR003019 in any relevant publications, abstracts, chapters, and/or posters.
- Submit your publications to PubMed Central (PMC) for compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy.
- Share our research updates with us by sending an email to: email@example.com