- “Improving older adults’ e-health literacy with collaborative versus individualistic computer training,” (R01 AG041284). Funded by NIA, August 2011 – July 2014.
- “Developing effective H1N1 influenza vaccine risk communication messages to improve vaccine uptake among older adults,” funded by NSF, May 2011-April 2012. Role: Co-Principal Investigator on an ADVANCE Interdisciplinary and Engaged Research Seed Grant.
- “Meeting older adults’ health information needs through peer computer training: An innovative public library approach to lifelong learning and volunteering in later life.” Early Career Development Award from Institute of Museum and Library Services. Funded July 2009-June 2012.
- “Collaborative computer training to improve older adults’ e-health literacy: A pilot study.” Funded by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, NIH. Funded July 2009 – June 2010.
- “George Washington University Health Information Partners.” Funded by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, NIH. Funded May 2009 – April 2010.
- “Improving older adults’ e-health literacy: A pilot study.” Funded by Maryland Population Research Center under Grant # 2 R24 HD4104, May 2009 – April 2010.
- “Promoting Health Literacy among Older Adults: Computer Training in Public Libraries.” Funded by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, NIH. Funded July 2007 – June 2009.
- “Community Partners Program Grant: Training Older Adult Patrons of Public Libraries to Use Online Health Information.” Funded by University of Maryland, College Park, June 2007 – May 2008.