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Neuroscience Institute

Pilot Grants


The Neuroscience Institute recently awarded (2017-2018) pilot grants to support Collaborative Translational Neuroscience Research. Recipients/Titles are:

Alesander Awgulewitsch, PhD - Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology
Christopher Cowan, PhD - Department of Neuroscience
Testing Drug Addiction Susceptibility in Novel Hoxc8 utant Mouse Models

Arabinda Das, PhD - Department of Neurosurgery
David Cachia, MD - Department of Neurosurgery
Daniel McDonald, MS - Department of radiation Oncology
Therapeutic TargetingNDRG2 by Novel Agents in High Grade Meningioma
 

Neuroscience Institute Pilot Grant Awards 2016-2017

Arthur Riegel, PhD - Department of Neuroscience
Andy Shih, PhD Department of Neuroscience
Gating of Post-Stroke Plasticity by Somatostatin Interneurons

Ramin Eskandari, MD - Department of Neurosurgery
Michael J. Yost, PhD - Department of Surgery
Michael E. Smith, PhD - Department of Neurosurgery
Growth of CNS Progenitor Cells Under Pressure: Implication of Biomarkers for Neonatal Hydrocephalus (renewal)
 

Neuroscience Institute Pilot Grant Awards 2015-2016

DeAnna L. Adkins, PhD - Departments of Neuroscience and Center for Biomedical Imaging
Rick G. Schnellmann, PhD - SCCP Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences 
Mitochondrial Enhanced Rehabilitative Training after Experimental Stroke (renewal)

Ramin Eskandari, MD - Department of Neurosurgery
Michael J. Yost, PhD - Department of Surgery
Michael E. Smith, PhD - Department of Neurosurgery
Growth of CNS Progenitor Cells Under Pressure: Implication of Biomarkers for Neonatal Hydrocephalus

Jane Joseph, PhD - Department of Neuroscience
Antonieta Lavin, PhD - Department of Neuroscience
Improving Cognitive Function in Neurodevelopmental Disorders
 

Neuroscience Institute Pilot Grant Awards 2014-2015

DeAnna L. Adkins, PhD - Departments of Neuroscience and Center for Biomedical Imaging
Rick G. Schnellmann, PhD - SCCP Drug Discovery and Biomedical Sciences 
Mitochondrial Biogenesis and Neuroprotection in Traumatic Brain Injury

Heather Boger, PhD,  - Department of Neuroscience
Christina Vaughan, MD, Department of Neurology
Glial Cell Line-Derived Neurotrophic Factor and Alpha-Synuclein Expression in Parkinson’s Disease

Dorothea Jenkins, MD, Department of Pediatrics
Truman Brown, PhD, Department of Radiology & Radiological Science
Don Wiest, PharmD - SCCP Clinical Pharmacy & Outcome Sciences
 N-Acetylcysteine and Vitamin D in Infants with Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy Treated with Hypothermia


 

 
 
 

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