First awarded in 2010, the full lifestyle Prizes are two grants funded by the Maryland Biotechnology Center, Johns Hopkins and the University of Maryland to greatly help advance research in biotech and biopharma, medical devices, or diagnostics which have great prospect of commercial application. Wong will use the funding to develop technology to help in the safer delivery of radiation therapy. This season's other champion was the University of Maryland College of Dentistry's Mark Shirtliff.Sankaran to get Rising Celebrity AwardChildren in low-income family members have greater usage of preventive care under Medicaid, CHIPNew UCLA research talks about primary care medical house in reducing childrens' repeat appointments to hospitalsThe researchers found that the common score for the treatment programs was 23.8, and applications that scored in the top quartile were not more likely to be accredited. Many applications obtained at least a four out of five on only one of the nine key elements . The elements with the poorest ratings were treatment and assessment matching, engaging and retaining teens in the scheduled program, gender and cultural competence, and evaluating treatment outcomes.