Thoyre Receives NIH R15 Administrative Supplement

Congratulations to Francis Hill Fox Distinguished Term Professor Sue Thoyre who received $191,497 in an administrative supplement for the R15 for which she serves as co-investigator. The study examines behavioral and physiological responses to oral feeding in infants with complex congenital heart disease.

The supplement allows the research team to add infants with Down syndrome to the R15 sample. Professor Marcia Van Riper will serve as a consultant on the supplement.

National Institute Of Nursing Research of the National Institutes of Health Award Number 1R15NR017092-01, Harrison (PI) 04/12/17-03/31/20 Funding total: $681,304: “Behavioral and physiological responses to oral feeding in infants with complex congenital heart disease”