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Contracts & Grants
Information is courtesy of The Office of Sponsored Projects (OSP). Each listing includes the faculty member's name and school appointments at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, contracting or granting agency, funding amount and project title.
Due to confidentiality concerns in Clinical Trial Agreements from some pharmaceutical companies, the OSP no longer publishes some pharmaceutical awards in Distinctions.
Noriaki Aoki, School of Health Information Sciences, Schull Institute, $30,559, Research in Health Informatics.
Jaroslaw Aronowski, Medical School (MS) and Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS), APT Therapeutics Inc., $62,700, Preclinical Validation of Human Apyrase in Stroke Models.
Kyle Dickson, MS, Foundation for Orthopedic Trauma, $20,000, Functional Outcomes of Femoral Neck Fractures Treated with Cannulated Screws; Stryker Orthopaedics, $10,000, The 51st Annual Edward T. Smith Orthopaedic Lectureship: Frontiers In Orthopaedic Trauma.
Maria E. Fernandez, School of Public Health (SPH), University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, $198,722, Redes en Accion: National Latino Cancer Research Network.
Mauro Ferrari, Administration and Finance and GSBS, National Institutes of Health (NIH), $1,629,045, Nanovectors for Characterization and Destruction of Breast Tumor Vasculature.
Janet L. Harreld, SPH, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, $9,715, Plan and Convene a Working Meeting of NIOSH ERC Hazardous Substance Training and ERC Grantees.
Keith Hoots, MS and GSBS, Chandler Chico Agency, $12,000, Parents Empowering Parents.
Elizabeth B. Jones, MS, NIH, $1,556,566, Neurological Emergencies Treatment Trials Southeast Texas Clinical Site Hub.
Giridhar P. Kalamangalam, MS, American Epilepsy Society, $50,000, Oxygen-Enhanced FMRI in Refractory Nonlesional Focal Epilepsy.
Tien C. Ko, Medical School, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, $154,470, Studies in Gastrointestinal Endocrinology: Mechanisms of GI Hormone Cross-Talk with TGF-Beta Signaling.
Anil D. Kulkarni, MS and GSBS, Amino Up Chemical Co. Ltd., $65,650, Role of AHCC and Oligonol Supplementation of Hind Limb Muscle Function on Hu Model Mice.
John W. Lindsey, MS and GSBS, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, $44,000, Measuring the Immune Response to Epstein-Barr Virus.
Marianne T. Marcus, School of Nursing, Association for Prevention Teaching and Research, $10,700, Creating an Interprofessional Service Learning Model.
Hope Northrup, MS and GSBS, Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance, $15,000, Tuberous Sclerosis Complex Natural History Database Project.
Sean I. Savitz, MS and GSBS, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, $375,000, Physician-Scientist Early Career Award.
Stanislaw Stepkowski, MS and GSBS, Icagen Inc., $69,428, Efficacy of Compound A Compared to Compound B or to Cyclosporine (Heart Allografts).
James K. Stoops, MS and GSBS, Vanjan Inc., $3,250, Evaluation of the Possible Toxicity of B-Octyglucoside and Dodecyl Maltoside (surfactants) to the Parenchyma of Mice Lung.
Maureen Sanderson, SPH, Texas Cancer Council, $380,709, Partnership between the Texas Cancer Registry and the UTSPH Brownsville for Assuring Timely, Complete and Accurate Cancer Data in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
Crystal W. Sexton, MS, Texas Education Agency, $1,409,558, Texas Reading First - Professional Development.
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