Grants

Research Grants

1972-1975             NIMH graduate traineeship, MH 08034, Center for Brain Research, University of Rochester.

1975-1977             NIMH predoctoral fellowship, MH 05245, Dr. Leo G. Abood, sponsor, University of Rochester.

1977-1978             NIMH postdoctoral fellowship, MH 05245, University of Maryland.

1981-1982             Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association Foundation Research Starter Award.  $13,000.

1981-1983             National Institute on Drug Abuse research grant, DA O2834. "Phencyclidine interactions with synaptic ion channels.”  Principal Investigator.  $110,000.

1981-1984             National Institute on Neurological, Communicative Diseases and Stroke research grant, NS- 17429.  "Properties and regulation of muscarinic receptors from rat brain.”  Principal Investigator.  $120,000.

1983-1984             Georgia Heart Association.  "Muscarinic receptor complexes in the developing heart.”  Collaborating Investigator. $20,000.

1984-1985             Georgia Heart Association.  "Cholinergic mechanisms in the heart in diabetes.”  Collaborating Investigator.  $24,500.

1984-1988             National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute research grant, HL-31518.  "Muscarinic receptor development in aneural hearts.”  Principal Investigator.  $150,000.

1984-1988             U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command contract, DAMD 17-84-C-4117.  "Protection against acetylcholinesterase inhibitor toxicity by alpha adrenergic agonists: A toxicological and neurochemical study.”  Co-Principal Investigator. $280,000.

1985-1986             Georgia Heart Association.  "Cholinergic mechanisms in the heart in diabetes.” Co-PI, $25,000.

1985-1987             American Diabetes Association, research grant. "Parasympathetic mechanisms in diabetes.”  Collaborating Investigator.  $50,000.

1986-1987             American Lung Association. "Muscarinic systems of pulmonary endothelium.” Co-PI, $17,500.

1986-1988             Georgia Heart Association.  "Volatile anesthetics and cardiac muscarinic receptors.”  Collaborating Investigator $51,075.

1987-1988             Georgia Heart Association, research grant, "Atrial muscarinic receptor complexes in hypertension.”  Collaborating Investigator.  $25,000.

1987-1990             National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute research grant HL-35953, "Muscarinic systems of the pulmonary vasculature.”  Co-Principal Investigator.  $306,000.

1987-1990             National Institute on Neurological, Communicative Disorders and Stroke grant NS-25296, "Anatoxin and its analogues as neurotransmitters.” Subcontract Project Leader.  $60,000.

1987-1991             National Institute on General Medical Sciences research grant GM-37948, "Volatile anesthetics and cardiac muscarinic systems.”  Principal Investigator.  $238,902.

1988-1989             Georgia Heart Association, research grant.  "Volatile anesthetics and cardiac muscarinic transmission.”  Collaborating Investigator.  $25,000.

1988-1991             U.S. Army Research and Development Command contract, DAMD 17-88-C-8131, "Protection against acetylcholinesterase inhibitor toxicity by alpha-adrenergic agonists.”  Co-Principal Investigator.  $227,034.

1988-1992             Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration, research grant AA-07698, "Ethanol disruption of central muscarinic transmission.”  Principal Investigator.  $266,754.

1990-1991             Peace Foundation, Postdoctoral training fellowship for A.A. Said, $3,500.

1990-1991             Medical College of Georgia Research Institute, "Volatile anesthetics and muscarinic neurotransmission.”  Principal Investigator.  $10,000

1990-1992             Georgia Heart Association, research grant.  “Muscarinic systems of the pulmonary vasculature.”  Principal Investigator.  $66,000.

1991-1992             National Institutes of Health, Shannon Award, “Volatile anesthetics and NMDA receptors”, GM-46408, $80,000, Principal Investigator.

1991-1994             Veterans Administration Merit Review, research grant, “Volatile anesthetics and synaptic neurotransmission.”  Co-Investigator.  $197,500.

1992-1996             National Institutes of Health, “Volatile anesthetics and NMDA receptors”, GM-46408, $380,000.  Principal Investigator.

1997                    J.M. McDonald Foundation, equipment grant, $50,000.

1997                    F.M. Kirby Foundation, equipment grant, $5,000.

1991-1998         National Institutes of Health, research grant, “Anatoxin and its analogues as neuro-transmitters.” NS-25296, Subcontract Project Leader (E.X. Albuquerque, PI). $208,220.

1994-1998         U.S. Army Research and Development Command contract, DAMD 17-94-J-4011, "Ethanol disruption of synaptic transmission.”  Principal Investigator.  $1,759,252.

1995-1998                  Office of Naval Research, research grant, “Regulation and role of cell adhesion molecules in inflammation.” N00014-95-1-1278 Co-Investigator, 10% effort. J. Noti, PI.  $799,995

2000-2004        U.S. Army Research and Development Command contract, DAMD 99046003, "Pain trans-mission in humans: The role of novel sensory ion channels.” Co-Investigator.  $750,000.

2001-2002                   Arthur T. Cantwell Charitable Foundation, research grant, “Development of the Guthrie cDNA Resource Center”, $20,000, Principal Investigator.

2002-2003          Commonwealth Universal Research Enhancement program grant, “Isolation and distribution of cDNA clones for human signal transduction proteins. $40,000, Principal Investigator

2002-2003           Arthur T. Cantwell Charitable Foundation, research grant, “Expansion of the Guthrie cDNA Resource Center”,  $23,000, Principal Investigator.

2003-2005            Commonwealth Universal Research Enhancement program grant, “Muscarinic signaling pathways controlling adenylate cyclase activity.” $55,570, Principal Investigator

2005-2006        Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Opportunity grant: Libby Cooley; $1,500.

2006-2007        Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Opportunity grants: Heather Lavezzi, Amanda Sutterer; $1,500/student

2008-2009        Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Opportunity grants: Caroline Downen, Barbara Wheelden, Anna Growcock; $1,500/student.

2010-2011           Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Opportunity grants: Rhett Reichard, Joshua Erickson, Erica Shannon, Alexis Martin; Megan Koerner. $1,500/student.

2011                    ASCB Annual Meeting Travel Awards: Alexis Martin (undergraduate) and Adam Martin (graduate)

2011-2012           Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Opportunity grants: Hannah Chambers, Katie Payne, Katie Bey, Brittany Brand, Jeremy Whillhoite, Kyle Williams, Megan Ottomeyer, Alex Willis, Jordan Bridges, Alexis Martin, Megan Koerner. $1,500/student.

2010-2011           Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Opportunity grants: Rhett Reichard, Joshua Erickson, Erica Shannon, Alexis Martin; Megan Koerner. $1,500/student.

2013-2015        Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Opportunity grants: Katherine Drinker, Hannah Frye, Ariel Lewis, Anne Safron, Melissa Cambre, Dana Lawson, Sarah Paunicka, Corinna Edwards; $1,500/student.

2004-2015        S&T cDNA Resource Center biotech development effort, founder and director; $1,750,000 ($217,000-$300,000/year)

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