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Research Awards

Dartmouth researchers were awarded $11.0 million during December, including 4.0 million in new awards and competing awards. Among the recipients of recent new awards and competing awards, as reported by the Office of Sponsored Projects:

Ambros, V.-Genetics
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
"Genetic Control of Animal Development"
4-Year Award

Baker, I.-Engineering Sciences
National Science Foundation
"Impurities in Ice Cores, and Their Effects on Physical and Mechanical Properties"
3-Year Award
International Centre for Diffraction Data
"Studies of Quaternary FeNiMnAl and FeCoMn"

Chakrabarti, A.-Computer Science
National Science Foundation
"CAREER: Information Theoretic Methods in Communication and Computational Complexity"
5-Year Award

Cornell, C.-Medicine
University of Massachusetts
"Hemophilia Comprehensive Care"
"Prevention of Complications of Hemophilia"

Crane, P.-Physics and Astronomy
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
"IPA Grant at NASA Headquarters"

Dade, W. and C. Renshaw-Earth Sciences
National Science Foundation
"An Experimental Study of Fine-Particle Deposition to Permeable Stationary and Weakly-Mobile Sand Beds Underlying Turbulent Flow"
2-Year Award

Ernstoff, M.-Medicine
Pfizer Inc.
"Randomized Study of SU011248 vs Interferon-a"

Moeschler, J.-Pediatrics and V. Reed-Psychology
Association of University Centers on Disabilities
"Assessment in MHC Programs PHASE II OF PROJECT 9189, PI V. Reed"

Moore, J.-Genetics
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
"Genetic Basis of Trauma Recovery"
5-Year Award

O'Connor, G.-Medicine
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
"CF Patient Registry"

Ray, L.-Engineering Sciences
Sound Innovations Incorporated
"STTR Phase I: Modular Feedforward Adaptive Noise Control"

Rigas, J.-Medicine
Genentech Inc.
"Web-based Randomized Phase III Study of Erlotinib HCL"

Smith, S.-Computer Science
Intel Corporation
"Scalable Authorization for Communities of Mobile Devices"

Trumpower, B.-Biochemistry
National Institute of General Medical Sciences
"Mechanism of Respiration and Energy Transduction"
4-Year Award

Wybourne, M.-Physics and Astronomy and D. Kotz-Computer Science, I. Thomae-Engineering Sciences, J. Henderson-Community and Family Medicine
Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice
"The Institute for Security Studies at Dartmouth College"

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

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Last Updated: 12/17/08