Eleanor Wood-Prince Grant Initiative
The Eleanor Wood-Prince Grant Initiative: A Project of The Woman’s Board of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, helps fund vital medical, nursing and management staff projects at Northwestern Medicine. Since the inception of the Eleanor Wood-Prince Grant Initiative in 2001, over $1.5 million has been awarded to 69 grant recipients as part of this competitive Woman’s Board grant process. The results of this initial research have been instrumental in earning millions in additional research funding through the NIH and other sources and in furthering the advancement of medical science and patient care.
In 2016, the Eleanor Wood-Prince Grant Initiative granted funding for these research projects:
Faraz S. Ahmad, MD & Sanjiv Shah, MD
Machine Learning for a Heart Failure Electronic Health Care Predictive Analytics System
Amy Herrold, PhD & Yu Fen (Jennie) Chen, PhD
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences - Radiology
How Does Experiencing a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury affect the Female Brain?
Jane E. Wilcox MD, MSc & Sanjiv Shah, MD
Precision Medicine to Determine Electromechanical Determinants of Myocardial Recovery
Rena Yadlapati, MD
Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Measuring Competency for the Interpretation of Esophageal Manometry