ISAZ Waltham Collaborative Research Award

 

A collaborative grant program to stimulate new research in the area of human-animal interactions.

The next award will be given in 2018, and the application deadline will be in 2017.

Return here for more information.

 

Past application materials:
2016 ISAZ-WALTHAM Award Overview
2016 ISAZ-WALTHAM Award Application

Past recipients are:

2016

Portraits for College of Nursing. (Photo by Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado)

Dr. Cheryl Krause-Parello
“Military Veterans and Shelter Dogs: One Rescue at a Time”

 

2014

Drs. Sandy Branson and Lisa Boss
“Behavioral profiles of attachment to cats in community dwelling elderly”

 

2012

Drs. Daniel Mills and Sara Ellis
“The influence of dog ownership on objective measures of free-living physical activity and sedentary behavior in community-dwelling older adults”

 

2011

Drs. Linda Lord and Larry Hill
“The Effect of Adopting a Shelter Cat on Loneliness, Depression and Perceived Physical Health of the Elderly”

 

2010

Dr. Erika Friedmann

“Pet assisted living (PAL) study”

 

2009

Dr. Rebecca Johnson

“Seniors fostering shelter dogs: Improving health and well-being together”

 

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