Quinton Cotton, Ann Wieben, and Paria Seyyedmirza all received grants for the work that will help them to grow and continue their research. Cotton received an R36 award to help further research on African American dementia caregivers in socially disadvantaged neighborhoods. Wieben earned the Robert and Carroll Heidman Research Award for her work on nurse’s interactions with machine learning software in clinical settings. Finally, Seyydemirza received a TL1 grant for work on transdisciplinary approaches to socially disadvantaged dementia caregiver’s support needs.