3C Institute Receives 4 New Grants to Develop Products and Bring Research to Practice

We’re excited to announce that we recently received four new federal grants: two Phase I SBIR grants to develop new products and two Phase II SBIR grants to continue development of a product prototype.

Check out our new projects!

  • Relapse Prevention Program, Phase II, National Institute on Drug Abuse
    We’ll continue development on our dynamic e-training software product that provides adaptive relapse prevention education and aftercare support for adolescents in substance abuse recovery. PI Rebecca Sanchez, PhD, and co-PI Lori Ritschel, PhD, both Senior Research Associates at 3C Institute. Learn more
  • Web-based Occupational Resource Kit (WORK), Phase I, U.S. Department of Education, The National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research
    We’ll create the first online, self-paced, adaptive job skills intervention designed specifically to meet the learning styles and social-emotional needs of students with intellectual disabilities. PI Deb Childress, PhD, Senior Research Associate, and Ann Sam, PhD, Research Associate. Learn more
  • Interactive Online Capacity Building for Positive Youth Development (PYD), Phase I, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
    We’ll create interactive web-based software for individualized training and practice that will build community practitioners’ capacity to effectively plan, implement, and evaluate PYD programs. PI Melanie Livet, PhD, Senior Research Associate, and co-PI Abraham Wandersman, PhD, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of South Carolina. Learn more
  • Strategy Shaper, Phase II, National Institutes of Health, National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences
    We’ll continue development on and pilot test a dynamic, interactive e-training software product (Strategy Shaper) that provides individualized training and practice in research career navigation skills. PI Melissa DeRosier, PhD, Founder and CEO, and co-PI David Kupfer, MD, Thomas Detre Professor of Psychiatry, UPMC/University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences. Learn more

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