Ongoing areas of research and scholarship

A Comparative Analysis of Public Health Systems Research on PreparednessCreate and Maintain Sustainable Preparedness and Response Systems.
Emory Preparedness and Emergency Response Research Center.  Emory University Rollins School of Public Health.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention funding, $1,562,676, October 2008 – September 2013.
Julie Gazmararian (PI), Arthur Chang, Benjamin Druss, Robert Geller, Patrick Sullivan, Kathy Kinlaw

Ethically Contentious Research and Innovation:  An Interdisciplinary and Inter-institutional Experiment in Ethics Education.  Multi-institutional proposal with Georgia Institute of Technology. National Science Foundation funding, Jan. 2009 – Dec. 2011.  Principal Emory Research Team:  Gillian Hue, Kathy Kinlaw (Emory PI), Edward Queen (with Roberta Berry, Georgia Institute of Technology (grant PI); Marty Elks, Morehouse School of Medicine; Leslie Wolf, Georgia State University School of Law)

Ethics of Resuscitation.  Kathy Kinlaw, Stefanie Reiff.  Survey of Emory medical school students (M3 and M4) and Medicine residents. Spring 2012 – December 2012.

Research and Participant Advocacy, Section on Ethics, Atlanta Clinical and Translational Science Institute.  NIH,  9/1/07 to 8/31/12. Principal Research Team: John Banja, Director, Gillian Hue, Rebecca Pentz, Karen Trotochaud

U.S. DHHS/HRSA. Health Information Exchange (HIE) Challenge Grant.
Georgia Department of Public Health. $1,686,989.
Kathy Kinlaw, Consultant and Co-Chair, Legal Compliance/Ethics Workgroup, 10/1/2012 – 9/30/2015.