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February 2006

Dartmouth researchers were awarded $8.8 million during February, including $2.9 million in new and competing awards. Among the recipients of recent new and competing grants, as reported by the Office of Sponsored Projects:

Anthony, D. - Sociology

  • Veteran's Administration
  • "VA IPA/Denise Anthony - 2006"

Bartels, S. - Psychiatry

  • State of New Hampshire
  • "Integrated Illness Management and Recovery of SMI"
  • 29-Month Award

Conejo-Garcia, J. - Microbiology

  • Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation
  • "Vascular Leukocytes as Novel Antitumor Therapeutic Targets"
  • 3-Year Award

Denton, R. - Physics and Astronomy

  • NASA, Goddard Space Flight Center
  • "Investigations of Magnetospheric Magnetic Reconnection"

Ernstoff, M. - Medicine

  • Pharmion Corporation
  • "A Phase I/II Trial of Tinzaparin (Innohep) a Low Molecular Weight Heparin (LMWH) for Treatment of Advanced Renal Cell Carcinoma"

Farid, H. - Computer Science

  • Dept. of Defense, Air Force Office of Scientific Research
  • "Digital Image Forensics"

Filiano, J. and VanderHeyden, M. - Pediatrics

  • Bureau of Maternal and Child Health
  • "Emergency Medical Services for Children State Partnership"
  • 3-Year Award

Hogan, D. - Microbiology

  • National Institute of Dental Research
  • "Chemical Inhibition of Candida albicans Filamentation"
  • 4-Year Award

Kaufman, P. - Medicine

  • Sonus Pharmaceuticals, Incorporated
  • "A Multicenter Phase 3, Randomized Comparison of the Safety and Efficacy of Weekly Tocosol Taclitaxel vs. Weekly Pacitaxel Injection in the Treatment of Metastatic Breast Cancer"

Lemal, D. - Chemistry

  • Edmund I. Eger, MD
  • "Synthesis of New Hydrofluorocarbons"

McDonnell, S. - Community and Family Medicine

  • State of Vermont
  • "Surveillance and Epidemiology"
  • 6-Month Award

Noelle, R. - Microbiology

  • National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
  • "Effector Mechanisms in Graft Tolerance"
  • 5-Year Award

Pogue, B. - Engineering Sciences

  • Department of Defense
  • "Combined Contrast-Enhanced MRI and Fluorescence Molecular Tomography for Breast Tumor Imaging"
  • 3-Year Award

Santos, E. - Engineering Sciences

  • Dept. of Defense, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
  • "On Effectively Handling Large Volumes of Geospatial Intelligence Information:  A Formal Distributed Real-Time Processing Approach"
  • 4-Year Award

Skinner, J. - Economics

  • Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
  • "Productivity and Technology Diffusion in Health Care"
  • 3-Year Award

Spielberg, S. - Medical School Administration
deMuinck, E. and Simons, M. – Medicine
Israel, M. – Pediatrics
Mulligan-Kehoe, M. – Surgery
Pogue, B. - Engineering Sciences

  • Philips Electronics North America Corporation
  • "Philips Master Collaborative Research Agreement"

Stan, R. - Pathology

  • National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
  • "Cellular and Molecular Mechanism of Permeability"
  • 4-Year Award

Tevosian, S. - Genetics

  • Dept of Defense, U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command
  • "The Control of Mammary Gland Involution by Fog2 Transcription Factor"
  • 3-Year Award

Whalen, P. - Psychological and Brain Sciences

  • University of Wisconsin
  • "fMRI of Amygdala Response To Facial Expressions of Emotion: Individual Differences"
  • 4-Month Award

Yeh, H. - Physiology

  • National Center for Complementary & Alternative Medicine
  • "Tangentially Migrating Neurons during Corticogenesis"
  • 41-Month Award

Zhang, T. - Microbiology

  • eBioscience
  • "Chimeric NK-Receptor-Bearing T cells Mediate Antitumor Immunotherapy"

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

Posted: 03/20/06

Last Updated: 10/14/09