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Contracts & Grants
Information is courtesy of the Office of Sponsored Projects. Each listing includes the faculty member's name and school(s) appointments at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, contracting or granting agency, funding amount and project title.
Jeffrey K. Actor, Medical School (MS) and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS), Pharmareview Corporation, $119,215, Lactoferrin for Immunomodulation of Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS).
Corwin Boake, MS, The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research (TIRR), $149,036, Robotic-Assisted Rehabilitation Therapy for Motor Weakness after Stroke.
Cristina Boccalandro, MS, Genentech Inc., $99,800, Genetic Risk Factors for Aortic Aneurysms in Patients with Turner Syndrome: A Case Control Study.
Scott Drouin, Administration and Finance (A&F) and GSBS, National Institutes of Health (NIH), $1,478,563, Regulation of Airway Mucus Expression by Complement.
Cheryl Erwin, MS, University of Iowa, $18,223, Response of a Sample Population with the Deleterious HD Allele, Respond-HD.
Maria E. Fernandez, School of Public Health, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, $42,678, Redes En Accion: National Latino Cancer Research Network.
Francisco Fuentes, MS, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, $30,000, Future Revascularization Evaluation in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: Optimal Management of Multi-vessel Disease (FREEDOM).
Brijesh S. Gill, MS, Department of the Army, $498,910, Active Thermal Resuscitation.
David Herin, MS, NIH, $146,143, Dextroamphetamine Treatment for Co-morbid Cocaine Dependence and ADHD.
Keith Hoots, MS and GSBS, Baylor College of Medicine, $23,220, Platelets as Modifiers of Phenotype in Hemophilia A; Baxter Health Care Corporation, $14,557, Prospective Open, Uncontrolled Surveillance of Surgical Interventions with Feiba (SURF).
Barry D. Kahan, MS and GSBS, Astellas Pharma US Inc., $5,970, Horizons in Transplantation - An International Congress.
Nobuhide Kobori, MS and GSBS, TIRR, $150,000, Dysregulation of cAMP-PKA Cascade in the Prefrontal Cortex as a Cause of Working Memory Deficits Following Traumatic Brain Injury.
Richard J. Kulmacz, MS and GSBS, Rice University, $112,000, Structure and Function of Cytochrome B651.
David D. McPherson, MS, Glaxo Smith Kline, $3,500, Prosthetic Heart Disease; Astellas Pharma US Inc., $3,000, Cardiology Grand Rounds.
John D. Reveille, MS, NIH, $1,188,195, Pre- and Post-doctoral Training in Rheumatology.
Jerry S. Wolinsky, MS and GSBS, Sanofi-Aventis U.S., $890,107, Study LTS 6050: Long-Term Extension to EFC6049 (Aventis 3001).
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