Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI). Co-Principal Investigator, "Building Capacity to make an IMPACT for Intestinal Malrotation through PCOR/CER." $249,995, (2023-2025). PI: Sydney Martinez (OUHSC).
International Research Network for the Study of Belief and Science. Co-Principal Investigator, “Lived Experiences of Closed Religious Congregations During a Global Pandemic: The Amish and Mennonite Response to COVID-19 Medical Guidelines.” $23,518, (2020). Principal Investigator: Rachel Stein; co-PI: Corey Colyer.
West Virginia University Humanities Center. Co-Principal Investigator, “Experiencing the Pandemic in a Closed Religious Group: The Amish and COVID-19.” $4,507, (2020). Principal Investigator: Rachel Stein; co-PI: Corey Colyer.
Sociology-Anthropology Excellence in Research Fund. Principal Investigator, “Twisted up Inside: Prevalence, Delayed Diagnosis, and Health Outcomes of Infants and Children Diagnosed with Intestinal Malrotation.” $4,800 (2019-2020).
Lake Institute Network of Emerging Scholars (LINES) Research Award. “Religion and Formal and Informal Giving: A Contextual and Multilevel Analysis.” $2,975 (August 2015).
The Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Student Research Grant, $1,500 (2012).
University of Washington, Department of Sociology, Dissertation Grant $1,000 (2010-2011).