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November 2004

Dartmouth researchers were awarded $3.6 million during November, including $914,405 in new and competing awards.

Among the recipients of recent new and competing grants, as reported by the Office of Sponsored Projects:

Bailey-Kellogg, C. - Computer Science

  • National Science Foundation
  • "Integration of Multimodal Experiments for Protein Structure"
  • 2-Year Award

Baron, J. - Medicine

  • University of Arizona
  • "Advanced Colorectal Neoplasia Following Polypectomy"

Batalden, P. - Community and Family Medicine

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • "Exemplary Learning Site Blueprint Development Project"

Buckey, J. - Medicine

  • National Space Biomedical Research Institute
  • "Pharmacotherapeutics of Intranasal Scopolamine"

Cochran, N. - Community and Family Medicine

  • The Arnold P. Gold Foundation, Incorporated
  • "Courage to Lead Program"

Dunbar, K. - Education

  • Montshire Museum of Science
  • "TEAMS Exhibit Collaborative"

Eisenberg, B. - Surgery

  • Foxchase Cancer Center
  • "The Molecular Actions of Imatinib Mesylate in GISTs"

Ernstoff, M. - Medicine

  • Cell Genesys, Incorporated
  • "CG1940 and CG8711 vs Docetaxel"

Fesen, R. - Physics and Astronomy

  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • "Infrared Study of Supernova Ejecta and Dust"

Frank, E. - Pediatrics

  • State of New Hampshire, Highway Safety Agency
  • "Special Needs Transportation Trainings and Resources"
and
  • Jeffrey Gutin Fund for Young Adults of the Suicide Prevention
  • "Training in Reducing Access to Lethal Means"

Gorman, P. - Psychiatry

  • State of Connecticut
  • "Individualized Placement Services Training"
and
  • State of Vermont
  • "VT. Mental Health Employment Programs for Youth and Adults"

Holmes, G. - Medicine

  • University of California Irvine
  • "MRI Predicts Epileptogenesis and Cognitive Deficits in Febrile Seizure Model"
and
  • GlaxoSmithKline
  • "CME Epilepsy in Tuberous Sclerosis Complex"

Lynd, L. - Engineering Sciences

  • Iowa State University
  • "Biocomplexity in the Bioeconomy: The Natural and Industrial Ecology of Biobased Products"
  • 4-Year Award

Proehl, J. and A. Bilgili - Engineering Sciences

  • University of New Hampshire
  • "Interdisciplinary Transfer of a Lagranigian Circulation Model"
  • 2-Year Award

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

Last Updated: 10/1/09