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January 2003

Dartmouth researchers were awarded $11.4 million during January, including $3.4 million in new and competing awards. Among the recipients of recent new and competing grants, as reported by the Office of Sponsored Projects:

Ahles, T. A. - Psychiatry

  • National Cancer Institute
  • "Improving Palliative Care for Patients with Cancer"
  • 5-Year Award

Bartlett, D., Curran, A. K., and Leiter, J. C. - Physiology

  • National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
  • "The Upper Airway and the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome"
  • 4-Year Award

Bel Bruno, J. J. - Chemistry

  • National Science Foundation
  • "Interaction Forces in Nanoindentation of Composite Materials"
  • 2-Year Award

Bott, D. M. - Community & Family Medicine

  • Endowment for Health
  • "New Hampshire Access to Primary Care Indicator Project"

Cohen, Y. E. - Psychological and Brain Sciences

  • National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders
  • "Auditory Responses in the Parietal Cortex"
  • 2-Year Award

Dietrich, A. J. - Community & Family Medicine

  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
  • "Dissemination - Model of Depression Management in PC"
  • 2-Year Award

Fesen, C. G. - Physics & Astronomy

  • National Science Foundation
  • "CEDAR: Low-Latitude Energetics Dynamics and Variability"
  • 3-Year Award

Frank, E. M. - Pediatrics

  • National Safe Kids Campaign
  • "Safe Kids HB1163 Initiative"

Fratti, R. A. - Biochemistry

  • Helen Hay Whitney Foundation
  • "Role of Phosphatidylinositol (4,5) Bisphosphate in Vacuolar Fusion"
  • 3-Year Award

Gaffney, C. A. - Community & Family Medicine

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • "SmokeFree Connections: Helping Pregnant Women Build Support for Not Smoking"

Grafton, S. T. and Van Horn, J. D. - Psychological and Brain Sciences

  • National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
  • "Functional Substrates of Long-Term Motor Learning"
  • 4-Year Award

Hegel, M. T. - Psychiatry

  • University of Iowa
  • "Prevention of Post-Stroke Depression"

Heimsath, A. M. - Earth Sciences

  • National Science Foundation
  • "Quantifying Erosional Processes on Upland Landscapes"
  • 5-Year Award

Kremer, R. L. - History
Pantalony, D. A. - Hood Museum

  • National Science Foundation
  • "International Conference on University Collections of Historic Scientific Instruments"2-Year Award

Liu, X. - Medicine

  • Epilepsy Foundation of America
  • "Effect of Recurrent Seizures on Cognitive Impairment and Place Cell Physiology"

Miles, K. M. - Community & Family Medicine

  • Riverbend Community Mental Health Center
  • "Evaluation-Nursing Home Transition "Wrap Around"

Orgren, R. A. and Jones, R. C. - Community & Family Medicine

  • Endowment for Health
  • "Medical Provider Oral Health Education"

Pavone, M. L. - Women in Science Project

  • Dept. of Defense, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Lab.
  • "CRREL Contract for Services - WISP Internship Program"

Peterson, K. J. - Biological Sciences

  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • "Using Molecular Clocks and Regulatory Networks to Test Origin-of-Bilateria Scenarios"

Schwartz, G. N. - Medicine

  • Chugai Biopharmaceuticals Incorporated
  • "PTHrp Humanized Monoclonal Antibody"
and
  • Roche Laboratories, Inc.
  • "Capecitabine & Docetaxel in Patients Metastatic Breast Cancer"

Sneddon, C. S. and Fox, C. A. - Geography

  • United States Institute of Peace
  • "Towards Participatory and Ecologically Sustainable Governance of the Mekong and Zambezi Basins

Stojanovic, A. - Pharmacology & Toxicology

  • Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America Foundation
  • "Development of Novel Therapeutics to Target RP Rhodopsin"
  • 2-Year Award

Sullivan, C. R. - Thayer School

  • Volterra Semiconductor Corporation
  • "Multilayer Ceramic Capacitor Measurement and Characterization"

Wallace, D. I. and Shemanske, T. R. - Mathematics

  • AT&T Foundation
  • "Opening Access to Quality Calculus"

Wiltberger, M. J. - Physics & Astronomy

  • Boston University
  • "Integrated Numerical Simulation of the Solar Terrestrial Environment for the LWS Program"
  • 3-Year Award

Award commitment from the sponsoring agency is for a single year unless otherwise indicated.

Last Updated: 2/13/13