Collaborative Studies

The Cuevas Lab maintains collaborative interdisciplinary working relationships with other investigators. We are proud of the work we do and hope you will check out the projects to which the Cuevas Lab contributes.

Cognitive Screening Made Easy for Primary Care Providers: The goal of this project is to aid primary care providers in identifying individuals at risk for dementia, conducting brief cognitive assessments of high-risk individuals with minimal time and effort, and provide primary care providers with customized instructions based on cognitive screening scores. The Principal Investigator, Dr. Robin Hilsabeck is an Associate Professor and Director of UT Health Austin’s Comprehensive Memory Center within the Mulva Clinic for Neurosciences.

Funding: NIH/NIA R61AG069780-01. Hilsabeck – PI, Cuevas – Co-I

Updating the Diabetes Knowledge Questionnaire for English- and Spanish- Speaking People with Diabetes: The purpose of this study is three-fold: 1) revise the DKQ items with input from experts in the field, 2) translate the revised version (DKQ-R) into Spanish using forward and backward translation methods; and 3) test the reliability of the DKQ-R in English and Spanish speaking people living with diabetes.

This study is actively recruiting! See our Participate page to sign up!

Funding: UT Austin Vice President for Research; Research & Creative Grant. Zuñiga – PI, Cuevas – Co-I