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Financial support for Beebe's research has come through the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Research Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the American Sleep Medicine Foundation, and the State of Ohio Emergency Medical Services fund.
NIH/NHLBIR01 HL120879 PI: D. Beebe 9/1/14-6/30/18
This study examines the impact of experimental sleep restriction on healthy adolescents' dietary choices and physical activity patterns. It also uses behavioral, cognitive, and functional MRI tools to better understand the potential impact of sleep restriction on the reward value of specific kinds of foods.
Role: Principal Investigator
NIH/NHLBIR01 HL119441 PI: L. Meltzer 11/17/14-10/31/18
This study examines the impact of experimental sleep restriction on lung functioning, asthma control, health-related quality of life, and inflammation among adolescents with asthma. The goal is to clarify the role of sleep in both medical and functional aspects of asthma control.
NIH/NIMHK23 MH108603 PI: S Becker 9/18/15 – 8/31/2020
In the context of the PI’s career development proposal, this research will identify the daily life, neuropsychological, and neurophysiological correlates that distinguish children with well-defined sluggish-cognitive tempo (with or without ADHD) from typically developing children and children with ADHD-only. Findings from this research will contribute to an improved understanding of the underlying dysfunctions and impairments that distinguish sluggish cognitive tempo from ADHD.
R21 HD082307 PI: A. Esbensen 8/6/15 - 6/30/17
This study examines the effectiveness of a behavioral sleep intervention for children with Down Syndrome both on child sleep and on both child and parental functioning.
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical CenterPlace Outcome Award PI: C. Dandoy 7/1/15 – 6/30/17
This study systematically investigates the sleep quality of pediatric patients undergoing stem cell transplantation, the impacts of sleep quality on child and parental health, barriers to healthy sleep in these patients, and potential solutions to overcome those barriers.
NIH/NICHDF31 HD079270 PI: C. Murray 6/1/14 – 5/31/16
This Kirschstein National Research Service Award (NRSA) is designed to provide research experience and training to allow the trainee (C. Murray) develop skills at the interface of pediatric sleep medicine and clinical psychology. Her research project examines the contribution of sleep factors to psychological health and well-being in an at-risk population: adolescents with spina bifida.
American Diabetes AssociationADA 7-13-CE-32 PI: M. Perfect 7/1/13 - 6/30/16
Children and adolescents with diabetes often have poor sleep, and there is preliminary evidence that poor sleep may contribute to poor glycemic control. The aims of this experimental study are to: (1) Determine the relative contribution of various sleep disturbances on glucose control in youth with T1DM; (2) Examine the joint impact of glucose control and sleep disturbances on neurobehavioral performance in youth with T1DM; and (3) Determine if increasing sleep duration relative to youth's typical schedules contributes to changes in glycemic control and neurobehavioral performance.
Ohio Emergency Medical ServicesInjury Prevention Grant PI: M Narad 7/1/15 - 6/30/16
This study examines the driving skills and eye tracking of adolescents who have experienced significant traumatic brain injuries, which the goal of better appraising driving risk.
Ohio Emergency Medical ServicesInjury Prevention Grant PI: D. Beebe 7/1/15 - 12/31/15
This is a small-scale experimental trial that examines the effect of extending sleep on performance in a driving simulator among adolescents who typically sleep 5-7 hours per night on school nights. Primary outcomes include lateral vehicle control/steering, crash rates, missed signs/signals, eyes on the road (using an in-simulator eye tracker), and emotional responses to driving challenges.
Ohio Emergency Medical ServicesInjury Prevention Grant PI: A Kiefer 7/1/15 - 12/31/15
This study examines the driving skills and eye tracking of adolescents who have experienced recent concussions, which the goal of better appraising risk after mild head injuries.
NIH/NIDDKT32DK063929 PIs: Powers, Zeller 7/1/03 – 6/30/18
This multidisciplinary grant supports postdoctoral fellows seeking specialized training in the relationship between child and family behaviors, nutrition, and nutrition-related health conditions.
NIH/NHLBIT35HL113229 PI: Hardie 5/1/12 – 6/30/16
This grant supports the research training of early medical students who are interested in basic, translational, and clinical research in pulmonary medicine or sleep.
Dean Beebe, PhD, ABPP-CnPediatric Neuropsychologist, Division of Behavioral Medicine and Clinical Psychology
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