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First-quarter '16 grants, awards top $5.8 million

First-quarter '16 grants, awards top $5.8 million

Published on May 12, 2016

The Medical Center garnered $5,868,144 from 54 grants and awards - 23 new, 29 continuing and two revised - in January through March 2016. The following faculty obtained the largest new awards during the period (note: award amounts are calculated as annual figures).

Lehman
Lehman

Dr. Michael Lehman, professor and chair of neurobiology and anatomical sciences, received a $235,000 grant from West Virginia University and the National Institutes of Health for the project, “Role of NKB in the Control of GnRH Secretion by Ovarian Steroids.”





 


 

Fan
Fan

Dr. Fan Fan, assistant professor of pharmacology and toxicology, received a $190,625 grant from the National Institutes of Health for the project, “Animal Model of Impaired Autoregulation for Study Age Related Vascular Cognitive Impairment.”




 


 

Roman
Roman

Dr. Richard Roman, professor and chair of pharmacology and toxicology, received a $100,000 subcontract from the Biocon Medicinal Bioconvergence Research Center for a research agreement.






 


 

Jones
Jones

Dr. Alan Jones, professor and chair of emergency medicine, received an $83,150 subcontract from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for the project, “ROSE Study,” and a $50,000 grant from Wake Forest University Health Sciences and the National Institutes of Health for the project, “CMR-IMPACT.”

 




 

Cornelius
Cornelius

Dr. Denise Cornelius, instructor in emergency medicine, received a $77,000 subcontract from the American Heart Association for the project, “A Role for Cytolytic NK1 Cells to Mediate Endothelial Dysfunction and Hypertension during Pregnancy.”

 





 

Intapad
Intapad

Dr. Suttira Intapad, assistant professor of physiology and biophysics, received a $77,000 grant from the American Heart Association for the project, “Maternal Preeclampsia Programs Hypertension in Mouse Offspring.”

 






 

Windham
Windham

Dr. Beverly Windham, professor of medicine, received a $71,570 subcontract from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston and the National Institutes of Health for the project, “The Associations of Mid and Late Life Physical Activity on Falls in a Large Prospective Study of Older Adults.”




 


 

Sathyamoorthy
Sathyamoorthy

Dr. Madhankumar Sathyamoorthy, assistant professor of anesthesiology, received a $57,600 subcontract for an industry-sponsored research agreement.

 







 

Mosley
Mosley

Dr. Thomas Mosley, professor of medicine, received a $53,810 grant from Johns Hopkins University and the National Institutes of Health for the project, “The Associations of Mid and Late Life Physical Activity on Falls in a Large Prospective Study of Older Adults.”





 


 

Grill
Grill

Dr. Raymond Grill, associate professor of neurobiology and anatomical sciences, received a $50,000 grant from Conquer Paralysis Now for the project, “Restoring Fertility in Males in the Chronic Phase of Spinal Cord Injury.”

 






 

Taylor
Taylor

Dr. Mary Taylor, professor of pediatrics, received a $37,536 grant for an industry-sponsored clinical trial.

 








 

Raucher
Raucher

Dr. Drazen Raucher, professor of biochemistry, received a $36,600 grant from Wake Forest University Health Sciences and the National Institutes of Health for the project, “Role of Inflammation and MicroRNA Network in Brain Metastasis of Breast Cancer.”





 


 

Jackson
Jackson

Dr. Jeremy Jackson, assistant professor of dermatology, received a $30,600 grant for an industry-sponsored research agreement.

 







 

Krause
Krause

Dr. Denise Krause, associate professor of biomedical materials science, received a $25,000 subcontract from the Mississippi Department of Health for the project, “PCO Grant Primary Care Service Area Data Activity.”