Research Awards by Sponsor: September 2018

Awards by Sponsor: September 1-30, 2018, and Current Fiscal Year-to-Date SPONSOR NO. OF AWARDS AWARD AMOUNT NO. OF AWARDS YEAR-TO-DATE AWARD AMOUNT YEAR-TO-DATE National Institutes of Health 90 $24,138,966 264 $61,385,844 National Science Foundation 31 $6,075,340 108 $27,904,721 Department of Education 7 $2,000,364 11 $3,257,894 Department of Defense 17 $4,146,680 58 $10,210,175 Department of Energy 16 $3,967,533 37 $7,250,260 Department …

Kumar awarded $3.1M grant for e-cigarette study

Purnima Kumar, professor of periodontology, has received a five-year, $3.1M grant from the National Institutes of Dental and Craniofacial Research to study the role of e-cigarettes in the development of periodontitis, a polymicrobial infection that causes destruction of tooth-supporting structures and results in tooth loss. Little is known about the impact of electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS or e-cigarettes or …

Nisonger Center awarded $4.4M to establish national rehabilitation research and training center

A new five-year, $4.4M grant from the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research will allow Ohio State University’s Nisonger Center to establish a national rehabilitation research and training center on health and function for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The award will allow for the development of a body of research to improve the long-term health-related …

Gallego-Perez awarded $2.3M NIH Director’s New Innovator Award

Daniel Gallego-Perez, assistant professor of biomedical engineering, has received a $2.3M National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director’s New Innovator Award. The grant is one of 89 awarded as part of the NIH High-Risk, High-Reward Research Program, which supports ideas with potential for great impact in biomedical research. Gallego-Perez will use the grant to build on earlier studies that demonstrated how …

Research Awards by Sponsor: August 2018

Awards by Sponsor: August 1-31, 2018, and Current Fiscal Year-to-Date SPONSOR NO. OF AWARDS AWARD AMOUNT NO. OF AWARDS YEAR-TO-DATE AWARD AMOUNT YEAR-TO-DATE National Institutes of Health 123 $27,088,547 174 $37,246,879 National Science Foundation 46 $14,368,945 77 $21,829,381 Department of Education 4 $1,257,530 4 $1,257,530 Department of Defense 31 $4,494,459 41 $6,063,495 Department of Energy 12 $1,354,319 20 $3,202,727 Department …

Research Awards by Sponsor: July 2018

Awards by Sponsor: July 1-31, 2018, and Current Fiscal Year-to-Date SPONSOR NO. OF AWARDS AWARD AMOUNT NO. OF AWARDS YEAR-TO-DATE AWARD AMOUNT YEAR-TO-DATE National Institutes of Health 51 $10,158,331 51 $10,158,331 National Science Foundation 31 $7,460,436 31 $7,460,436 Department of Education 0 $0 0 $0 Department of Defense 10 $1,569,036 10 $1,569,036 Department of Energy 8 $1,848,408 8 $1,848,408 Department …

Research Awards by Sponsor: June 2018

Awards by Sponsor: June 1-30, 2018, and Current Fiscal Year-to-Date SPONSOR NO. OF AWARDS AWARD AMOUNT NO. OF AWARDS YEAR-TO-DATE AWARD AMOUNT YEAR-TO-DATE National Institutes of Health 167 $36,329,583 1,054 $198,362,319 National Science Foundation 43 $8,391,984 260 $54,139,016 Department of Education 6 $3,637,453 39 $11,975,390 Department of Defense 38 $11,282,893 271 $43,963,566 Department of Energy 17 $7,347,885 119 $32,505,239 Department …

Research Awards by Sponsor: May 2018

Awards by Sponsor: May 1-31, 2018, and Current Fiscal Year-to-Date SPONSOR NO. OF AWARDS AWARD AMOUNT NO. OF AWARDS YEAR-TO-DATE AWARD AMOUNT YEAR-TO-DATE National Institutes of Health 125 $26,499,597 887 $162,032,736 National Science Foundation 24 $3,315,580 217 $45,747,032 Department of Education 1 $250,000 33 $8,337,938 Department of Defense 19 $4,396,278 233 $32,680,673 Department of Energy 9 $1,317,051 102 $25,157,354 Department …

U.S. Army funded research aims to save wounded soldiers’ lives

To date, there are no effective treatments for addressing massive blood loss on the battlefield other than blood transfusion, which is logistically not feasible during field casualty care. Andre Palmer, professor and chair, Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, has secured a $2.4 million U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command grant to develop a resuscitation therapy to treat life-threatening …