Principal Project Leader. Appalachian Awarxe: A Comprehensive Educational Program for Pharmacy Professionals in Appalachia to Fight Prescription and Over-the-Counter Drug Misuse and Abuse. Funding from the Appalachian Regional Commission ($39,300).
Primary Investigator. “Development of a Student Organization for Addiction Outreach in Rural Appalachia in a Three-year Accelerated Doctor of Pharmacy Program.”
Primary Investigator. “Promotion of Health and Wellness in Medically Underserved Appalachia through a Pharmacist-Managed Tobacco Cessation Program.” Funded by C-Health, PC.
Primary Investigator.“Promotion of Health and Wellness in Coal Miners Through a Pharmacist-Managed Tobacco Cessation Program.” Funded by Pfizer ($15,000) July 2007.
Co-Investigator. “Economic Evaluation of Paroxetine and Imipramine in Depressed Outpatients.” Funded by SmithKline Beecham ($15,000) May 1993 - December 1995. Research Committee: Cynthia K. Kirkwood, Pharm.D. Travian W. Farrar, Pharm.D., Douglas B. Brink, Pharm.D., Norman V. Carroll, Ph.D.
Co-Investigator. “Comparison of the Degree of and Development of Tolerance to the Psychomotor Effects of Adinazolam Mesylate and Alprazolam after Multiple Dosing,” funded by the Upjohn Company ($180,441). September 1992 - May 1994.
Advisory committee: Cynthia K. Kirkwood, Pharm.D., Jurgen Venitz, Ph.D., M.D., Ronald K. Elswick, Ph.D. , Rakesh K. Sood, M.D.