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July 2002

Dartmouth researchers were awarded $14.5 million during July, including $4.6 million in new and competing awards. Among the recipients of recent new and competing grants, as reported by the office of Sponsored Projects:

Andrews, M. - Medicine

  • Bureau of Maternal and Child Health
  • "Dartmouth-Hitchcock Family HIV Program"

Berger, E. M. and Dubrovsky, E. B. - Biological Sciences

  • United States Department of Agriculture
  • "A Genetic Regulatory Hierarchy for Juvenile Hormone Action"

Buckey, J. C. - Medicine

  • National Space Biomedical Research Institute
  • "Associate Team Leader Grant"

Bzik, D. J. - Microbiology

  • National Institutes of Health
  • "Attenuated T.gondii as a Vector for HIV Vaccines"
  • 2-year award

Compton, D. A. - Biochemistry

  • National Institutes of Health
  • "Meiotic Spindle Assembly and Aneuploidy in Mammals"
  • 2-year award

Denton, R. E. - Physics & Astronomy

  • Johns Hopkins University
  • "Modeling Geospace Plasma Mass Density Based on the Frequency of ULF Waves"
  • 3-year award

Drake, R. E. - Psychiatry

  • Johnson & Johnson
  • "J&J-Dartmouth Community Mental Health Project"

Feng, X., and Sturup, S. - Earth Sciences
Folt, C. L. - Biological Sciences

  • National Science Foundation
  • "Acquisition of a Gas Chromatography-Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry System for Interdisciplinary Environmental and Health Sciences Research at Dartmouth College"

Gazzaniga, M. S. - Psychological and Brain Sciences

  • National Institute of Mental Health
  • "Summer Institute in Cognitive Neuroscience"
  • 5-year award

Goundrey, A. M. - Pediatrics

  • State Of Vermont
  • "Children with Special Health Needs"

Hughes, R. P. - Chemistry

  • National Science Foundation
  • "New Chemistry of Fluorocarbon Ligands"
  • 3-year award

Kelley, W. M., Heatherton, T. F., and Macrae, C. - Psychological and Brain Sciences

  • National Institute of Mental Health
  • "Functional Anatomic Studies of Self-Knowledge"
  • 2-year award

Lessard, M. R. - Thayer School

  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • "Svalbard IESCAT Rocket Study of Ion Outflows (SERSIO)"
  • 3-year award

Lynch, K. A. - Physics & Astronomy

  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • "SERSIO: Svalbard EISCAT Rocket Study of Ion Outflows"
  • 3-year award

Nicol, D. M., Hawblitzel, C. K., and Smith, S. W. - Computer Science

  • National Science Foundation
  • "Survivable Trust for Critical Infrastructure"
  • 3-year award

Paulsen, K. D. - Thayer School

  • Department of Defense, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab
  • "Sensing of Composite Objects and Multiple Targets in UXO Discrimination"
  • 4-year award

Pearlman, J. M. - Medicine

  • National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
  • "MRI of Collaterals"

Perry, K. L. - Physics & Astronomy

  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • "Simulating Three Dimensional Radiation Belt Dynamics"
  • 3-year award

Richeson, J. A. - Psychological and Brain Sciences

  • National Science Foundation
  • "Social Stigma vs. Situational Status in Dyadic Interactions"

Skorupski, K. A. - Microbiology

  • National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
  • "New Mechanism for Regulating Virulence Gene Expression"
  • 5-year award

Speck, N. A. - Biochemistry

  • National Cancer Institute
  • "Structure/Function of Cbf"
  • 5-year award

Swartz, H. M. - Radiology

  • National Cancer Institute
  • "Measurement of PO2 in Tissues In Vivo and In Vitro"
  • 5-year award
and
  • Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  • "Mobile Emergency Response - In Vivo EPR Dosimetry System"
  • 2-year award

Young, O. R. - John Sloan Dickey Center

  • National Science Foundation
  • "IDGEC-IPO"
  • 2-year award

Zegans, M. E. - Surgery

  • National Eye Institute
  • "Biofilm Formation Associated with P. aeruginosa Infection of the Eye"
  • 2-year award
Award commitment from the sponsoring agency is for a single year unless otherwise indicated.

Last Updated: 10/1/09