Research Grant Awards

2012

Li, Chenzhong; 1R15ES021079-01 “Biosensing Devices for Cytotoxic and Genotoxic Assessment of Nanomaterials”; NIH (NEHS) $420,887

Jung, Ranu; N66001·12-C-4196 “Effective and Reliable Peripheral Interfaces for Prosthetic Control”, DARPA (MTO) $499,233

2011

Godavarty, Anuradha; 2R15CA119253-02  “Hand-Held Optical Imager For Breast Cancer Imaging”; NIH (NCI) $348,194

Jung, Ranu;  5R01EB008578-06    “Neural-Enabled Prostheses with Sensorimotor Integration”; NIH(NIBIB, NICHD) $585,044

Jung, Ranu;, 7R01EB008578-06   “Neural-Enabled Prostheses with Sensorimotor Integration”; NIH(NIBIB, NICHD) $682,058

McGoron, Anthony; 1R21CA159073-01A1 “Imaging for Y90 Microsphere SIRT Planning”; NIH(NCI) $154,340

Tsoukias, Nikolaos; 5SC1HL095101-03 “Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Microcirculatory Signaling”; NIH (NHLBI, NIGMS) $280,000

Jung, Ranu; “Board of Governors Boost Award”, State of Florida, $300,000

Li, Chenzhong; “Low Cost and Easy to Use Point-of-Care Testing Kits: Paper Based Strips for Whole Cell Bacteria Analysis”; FIU Foundation $14,085

Godavarty, Anuradha; “Biomedical Engineering Research Initiation Program”, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering $10,000

Li, Chenzhong, “Biomedical Engineering Research Initiation Program”, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering $10,000

Ramaswamy, Sharan; “Biomedical Engineering Research Initiation Program”, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering $10,000

Jan 2011 : Caterina Pette awarded Florida Bright Futures Scholarship

Jan 2011: James Byrne awarded Tech Fee Grant for purchase of a college wide license for technical computing software

2010

McGoron, Anthony; “Collaborative Development and Application of Distributable, Internet Accessible, Interactive Medical Imaging Teaching Software and Dynamic Tracking”; University of Miami, $89,999

McGoron, Anthony; “Mass Scale Biosensor Threat Diagnostic for In-Theater Defense Utilization.”; DOD(MRMC); $393,491

Lin, Wei-Chiang, “Novel Optical Guidance For Surgical Resection of Pediatric Neoplastic and Epileptogenic Brain Lesions.”; Miami Children’s Hospital, $91,645.

Lin, Wei-Chiang, “DOD II: Multimodal Neuromonitoring and Neuroprotection in Critically III Children.”; Miami Children’s Hospital, $88,949.

Oct 2010: Anthony McGoron awarded a 3-year grant from the National Science Foundation. $90,000

“Collaborative Development and Application of Distributable, Internet Accessible, Interactive Medical Imaging Teaching Software and Dynamic Tracking System”

The goal of this grant is to develop web-based educations software for teaching medical imaging. My role is developing and evaluating modules for Nuclear Medicine imaging.

Sept 2010: Dr. Jolie Simpson, Dr. McGoron, Dr. Li awarded  2-year grant from Department of Defense for  $1,400,000.

“Mass Scale Biosensor Threat Diagnostic for In-Theater Defense Utilization”

The goal of this multidisciplinary grant is to develop and validate sensor technology to detect the biological response to biological or chemical toxins to predict their effect on military personnel in the field. My role is PI for developing optical SERS based sensors.

 

 

 

Research Grant Awards

2011

Jan 2011 : Caterina Pette awarded Florida Bright Futures Scholarship

Jan 2011: James Byrne awarded Tech Fee Grant for purchase of a college wide license for technical computing software

2010

Oct 2010: Anthony McGoron awarded a 3-year grant from the National Science Foundation. $90,000

“Collaborative Development and Application of Distributable, Internet Accessible, Interactive Medical Imaging Teaching Software and Dynamic Tracking System”

The goal of this grant is to develop web-based educations software for teaching medical imaging. My role is developing and evaluating modules for Nuclear Medicine imaging.

Sept 2010: Dr. Jolie Simpson, Dr. McGoron, Dr. Li awarded  2-year grant from Department of Defense for  $1,400,000.

“Mass Scale Biosensor Threat Diagnostic for In-Theater Defense Utilization”

The goal of this multidisciplinary grant is to develop and validate sensor technology to detect the biological response to biological or chemical toxins to predict their effect on military personnel in the field. My role is PI for developing optical SERS based sensors.