Office of
Research

College of Human Medicine




Office of
Research

Total ValueName of Award / Description of StudyProject StartProject EndAwarded byPrincipal InvestigatorUnit
$1,500,000 Airborne Polluntants as Triggers of Parkinson's Disease via the Olfactory System. September 1, 2017 August 31, 2021 Department of Defense Honglei Chen, PhD, MD, Professor Epidemiology and Biostatistics
$2,639,139 Assisted Reproduction and Child Health: Risk of Birth Defects, Mortality, and Effect on Grade School Performance. September 30, 2016 May 30, 2021 NICHD/NIH Barbara Luke, ScD, MPH Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
$320,000 Endometrial Notch Pathway as a Novel Target for Improving Implantation Efficiency August 2017 July 2019 Grant for Fertility Innovation - Merck -Serano  Asgi Fazleabas, Ph.D, Professor and Associate Chair of Research, Co-Director of the Reproductive and Developmental Science Program  Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
$1,100,000 The Rat Pre-Formed Alpha-Synuclein Fibril Model of Parkinson's Disease July 1, 2017 July 30, 2020 NIH (NINDS) Caryl Sortwell, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Chair Translational Science and Molecular Medicine
$2,080,650 Cerebral parenchymal arteriole dysfunction and cognitive decline in a life-long high
fat feeding model
July 15, 2017 July 30, 2021 National Institutes of Health Anne M. Dorrance, PhD, Associate Professor
William F. Jackson, PhD, Professor
Pharmacology and Toxicology
$175,000 LAG3 or TM9SF2 Knockdown to Decrease Pathological Alpha-synuclein Accumulation July 1, 2017 June 30, 2018 Michael J. Fox Foundation Caryl Sortwell, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Chair Translational Science and Molecular Medicine
$3,123 Outcomes of Regional Consensus Treatment Guidelines for Management of Surgery, Invasive Procedures and Control of Hemorrhages in Patients with Bleeding Disorders; and Management of Thrombosis and Thromboprophylaxis in Patients with Thrombophilia December 01, 2016 December 31, 2021 BloodCenter of Wisconsin Roshni Kulkarni, MD, Professor Pediatrics and Human Development
$9,360 Characterizing Inflammation and Metabolomics in Pediatrics Multi Organ Dysfunction Syndrome: Investigating the feasibility for a personalized approach in patients on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation January 01, 2018 December 31, 2018 Richard & Helen DeVos Foundation Andre' Bachmann Pediatrics and Human Development

 


 

Total ValueName of Award / Description of StudyDates of AwardAwarded byPrincipal InvestigatorUnit
$399,349 Novel plant-inspired anti-microbial and anti-cancer agents 07/01/2017 -
06/30/2020
MSU SPG Richard Neubig, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair

Victor DiRita, PhD, Professor and Chair, et. al.
Pharmacology and Toxicology

Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
$12,370 Task analysis of giving oral feedback to learners in one-on-one encounters in clinical settings. Aims to develop a model for training and to inform faculty development programs. July 2017 –
January 2019
AAMC Group on Educational Affairs J.M.Monica van de Ridder, MSc, PhD, Assistant Professor OMERAD
$26,065 Probing molecular mechanisms of GPCR functional selectivity in live cells 11/30/2016 -
04/30/2018
NIH
University of Minnesota`
Richard R. Neubig, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair Pharmacology and Toxicology
$9,360 Inflammation and Metabolomics in Pediatrics Multi Organ Dysfunction Syndrome: Investigating the feasibility for a personalized approach in patients on extracorporeal membrane oxygenation 01/1/2018 Richard & Helen DeVos Foundation Andre' Bachmann Pediatrics and Human Development
$3,123 Outcomes of Regional Consensus Treatment Guidelines for Management of Surgery, Invasive Procedures and Control of Hemorrhages in Patients with Bleeding Disorders; and Management of Thrombosis and Thromboprophylaxis in Patients with Thrombophilia 06/21/2017 Blood Center of Wisconsin Roshni Kulkarni, MD, Professor Pediatrics and Human Development
$33,000 Standardization of pre-formed alpha-synuclein fibril model to increase rigor and reproducibility. 05/01/17 -
04/30/18
Michael J. Fox Foundation Caryl Sortwell, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Chair  Translational Science and Molecular Medicine
$12,500 EFA Research Award / Altered Hippo Signaling Pathway in Endometriosis  03-01-17 -
2-28-2018
Endometriosis Foundation of America  Niraj R. Joshi, Ph.D., Assistant Professor  Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology
$10,000 Gift in Support of Alzheimer's Disease Research 05/01/2017 Miles for Memories Foundation Scott Counts, Ph.D., Associate Professor Translational Science and Molecular Medicine
$20,000 Raymond B. Bauer Research Award: Does Dysfunctional BDNF Limit Remodeling in the Aged Parkinsonian Striatum? 05/01/2017 -
04/30/2018
Michigan Parkinson's Foundation Kathy Steece-Collier, Ph.D., Professor Translational Science and Molecular Medicine
$9,904 Community-level Determinants of Suicidal Behavior: Preliminary Evidence from California 07/1/2017 -
6/30/18
NIH Claire Margerison-Zilko, Ph.D., Assistant Professor;Brooke Ingersoll, Ph.D., M.A., Associate Professor (Psychology) Epidemiology and Biostatistics
$30,000 Predoctoral Research Fellowship 08/16/2017 -
08/15/2018
American Epilepsy Society Huijie Feng, PhD candidate, in Richard Neubig's lab Pharmacology and Toxicology
$727,268 Identifying the receptors of environmentally sensitive epoxy-eicosanoids with AMS 01/15/2017 -
12/31/2019
NIH Kin Sing Stephen Lee, PhD, Assistant Professor Pharmacology and Toxicology
$1,046,250 An Assay to Predict the Potential of Drug Candidates to Cause Idiosyncratic, Drug-induced Liver Injury 01/13/2017 -
12/31/2019 
NIH Patricia Ganey, PhD, Professor and Robert Roth, PhD, Professor Pharmacology and Toxicology
$15,000 Impact of excess intra-abdominal adipose tissue on the UVB-induced DNA damage response:  Implications for high-fat diet-stimulated tumor formation 01/15/17 MSU Gran Fondo Skin Cancer Research Fund Jamie J. Bernard, PhD, Assistant Professor Pharmacology and Toxicology
$35,000 1) MRTF pathway inhibitors prevent melanoma metasatasis 1/15/17 MSU Gran Fondo Skin Cancer Research Fund Richard R. Neubig, MD, PhD, Professor and Chair Pharmacology and Toxicology
$1,314,109 Michigan State University PREP: Increasing Underrepresented Minority Representation in Biomedical Sciences 01/01/2017 -
12/31/2021
NIH William Atchison, PhD, Professor Pharmacology and Toxicology
$462,250 Neonatal ABRs and Heritable Risk for ASD 04/01/2017 -
03/31/2019
NIH Nicole Talge, Ph.D., M.A., Assistant Professor;  Brooke Ingersoll, Ph.D., M.A., Associate Professor Epidemiology and Biostatistics
$8,767 Alleviate-1 (NN7170-4213) Safety, tolerability, and pharmacokinetics study of single and multiple subcutaneous doses of turoctocog alpha pegol in patients with haemophilia A 02/15/17 -
02/14/18
Novo Nordisk Roshni Kulkarni, MD Pediatrics and Human Development
$35,000 Determining the role of EFhd2 in tau aggregation 05/01/2017 -
04/30/2018
University of Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center Irving E. Vega, Ph.D., Associate Professor Translational Science and Molecular Medicine
$500,000 Risk Reduction for Alzheimer's Trial (rrAD), subcontract award to lead an Imaging Core to conduct risk reduction in AD 2006 to 2021 NIH David Zhu, Ph.D., Professor Radiology
$847,380 Michigan SIREN Collaborative, subcontract award 2017 to 2022 NIH Joshua Reynolds, M.D., M.S., Assistant Professor Emergency Medicine
$10,000 Curriculum Development for Financial Education & Coaching for User of Mental Health Services 04/01/17 -
03/31/18
MSU-S3 Carol Janney, Ph.D., M.S., Assistant Professor  Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics
$1,743,750 Alpha-synuclein aggregation disrupts motility, synaptic transmission, and calcium signaling in the myenteric plexus of the rat colon 02/01/2017 -
01/31/2022
NIDDK (NIH) Fredric P. Manfredsson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$577,666 Viral Vector Transduction Deficiencies in the Aged Nigrostriatal System 09/30/2016 -
06/30/2017
National Institute of Aging Caryl Sortwell, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Chair and Fredric Manfredsson, Ph,D., Assistant Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$385,625 Defining the role of alpha-synuclein in Enteric Dysfunction in Parkinson's Disease 09/15/2016 -
08/31/2018
Department of Defense Fredric Manfredsson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$246,766 Striatal Nurr1 activity facilitates the dyskinetic state: A novel therapeutic target 08/01/2016 -
07/31/2018
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Fredric Manfredsson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$232,500 Alpha-synuclein is crucial for neuronal function and survival-Characterization of a novel conditional alpha-synuclein knockout mouse model 09/30/2016 -
08/31/2018
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Fredric Manfredsson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$219284 Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Center 07/01/2016 -
06/30/2021
National Institute on Aging Scott Counts, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Irving Vega, Ph.D., Associate Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$25,000 Pilot project to establish a Saint Mary's-MSU brain bank   09/01/2016 to 8/31/2017 Saint Mary's Foundation Scott Counts, Ph.D., Associate Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$747,000 Epigenetic effects of adult and developmental exposure to Parkinsonian toxicants 08/01/2016 -
07/31/2019
National Institute for Environmental Health Sciences Alison Bernstein, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$218,900 Validation and characterization of AAV-aSyn as a model of nigrostriatal degeneration 11/01/2016 -
10/31/2018
Michael J. Fox Foundation Fredric Manfredsson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$50,000 Fellowship: Alpha-Synuclein Mediated Toxicity in the Aged Rat Brain: Molecular Mechanisms in the Nucleus 06/01/2016 -
05/31/2018
Parkinson's Disease Foundation Ivette Sandoval, Ph.d., Research Assistant Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$60,000 Weston Brain Institute Advisor Fellowship 11/14/2016 -
11/13/2017
Weston Brain Institute Caryl Sortwell, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Chair Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$110,000 Addressing the knowledge gap of Nurr1 Agonist Therapy in PD: Impact on Levodopa-Induced Dyskinesia 09/21/2016 -
09/20/2017
Michael J. Fox Foundation Kathy Steece-Collier, Ph.D., Professor Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$293,467 BDNF rs6265 and Response to Dopaminergic Therapy in PD 08/01/2016 -
7/31/2017
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Caryl Sortwell, Ph.D., Professor and Associate Chair Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$10,000 Coworker Stigma Towards Lactating Mothers in the Workplace 01/1/2017 -
12/31/2017
Science and Society at State Mary Bresnahan, PhD, Professor, Department of Communication, College of Communication Arts & Sciences January 2017 Arrival: Marleen Eijkholt, PhD, LL.M/LL.B, Assistant Professor, Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life Sciences, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology.
$500,000 A High Throughput Process to Study Interacting Genetic Risk Factors in Disease through Informatics and Gene Modification 03/01/2017 -
02/28/2019
Thorek Memorial Foundation Irving E. Vega, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Jack W. Lipton, Ph.D., Professor and Chair Translational Science & Molecular Medicine
$240,138 Why is use  of Medicare Intensive Behavioral Therapy for Obesity Benefit so Low?  Finding what works to promote Wider Dissemination 09/30/2016 -
09/29/2019
University of Colorado/NIH Zhehui Luo, PhD, MS, BS.   Associate Professor Epidemiology and Biostatistics