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Grants

Sean Clouston:
PI: A life course approach to integrating trauma and cognitive aging: A cohort of 9/11 responders.
NIH/NIA R01 (2015-2020)
$400,288 year 1 total.

Co-PI:  Integrative Analysis of Longitudinal Studies of Aging.
NIH/NIA P01 (2013-2018)
$6,750,000. Subcontract to Stony Brook $346,096

Lauren Hale: 
Co-I: Neighborhood Change: Impact on Sleep and Obesity-Related Health Disparities.
NHLBI R01 (12/01/2014-11/30/2019)

PI: Biopsychosocial Determinants of sleep among teens in Fragile Families.
NICHD R01 (8/9/2013-5/31/2018)
Approximately $3.3 million.

Rachel Kidman:
PI: A study of transmission risk behavior in a clinical population of adolescents with perinatally-acquired HIV in Soweto, South Africa.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
(NICHD) Award R21 (2015-2017)
$374,398

PI: Pathways to Sexual Health among Adolescent Orphans across sub-Saharan Africa.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) Award R03 (2015-2017)
$156,948

Co-PI:  Health Network: SUNY Child Health Disparities.
SUNY Health Network of Excellence Award (2015-2016)

Jaymie Meliker:
PI: Urinary Cadmium and Risk of Breast Cancer
US National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: R01 (2016)
$1,165,000

PI:  Urinary Cadmium and Risk of Breast Cancer – Competitive Supplement
NIEHS: R01 (2013-2016)
$789,000

Co-PI: Cardiovascular Effects of Environmental Cadmium Exposure
NIEHS: R21 (2013-2015)
~$25,000

Co-PI:  From NY to the Amazon: Exploring the nutritional benefits and contaminant risks of fish consumption
SUNY 4E Network of Excellence (2015-2016)
$3000 Total Award

PI:  Conference Grant for International Society for Exposure Science 2015 Meeting NIEHS R13 (2015-2016)
$12,000

PI:  Conference Grant for International Society for Exposure Science 2015 Meeting EPA. 83589001. (2015-2016) 
$10,000

Catherine Messina:
Co-PI:  Can we improve healthcare delivery to cancer survivors?
SBU Targeted Research Opportunities Program (2014-present)
$70,000

Co-I: Orthovoltage X-Ray Minibeams. Brain Tumor Therapy with Tissue Sparing Incident Beams
NHLBI U01HL127522
$18,894

PI:  Pregnancy and Cadmium Study (PACS)
SBU Targeted Research Opportunities Program
$80,000

Barbara Nemesure:
PI:  Pilot Investigation for the Discovery of Biomarkers in Lung Cancer. 
Richard Aiello Lung Cancer Research Award. (1/1/2016 – 12/31/2018)
Amount awarded:  $75,000.

PI:  Can We Improve Healthcare Delivery to Cancer Survivors? 
Carol M. Baldwin Breast Cancer Research Fund. (12/01/14 – 11/30/16)
Amount awarded:  $70,000.

Stephen Post:
Member:  REVEAL - Risk Evaluation and Education for Alzheimer’s Disease Study Group
NIH Human Genome Institute, Division of Genetics, Brigham and Woman’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School (1999-current)

Elinor Schoenfeld:
Co-PI:  Diabetes and Periodontics Trial (DPTT)--Coordinating Center (CC).
NIH/National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research 5U01 (2008-2015)
$3,620,698.

Co-I:  A Multi-Centre Pilot Study of the Mind, Brain, Consciousness and Near Death Experiences during Cardiac Arrest.
$249,982.

Epidemiologist:  Evaluating the Role of Regional Cerebral Oxygen Saturation in Cardiac Arrest.
American Heart Association (2013-2015)
$148,500

Co-PI/Co-Center Director:  A comprehensive multidisciplinary approach to improving survival and neurological function after cardiac arrest in the State of New York.
New York State Department of Health - Empire Clinical Research Investigator Program (ECRIP) (2013-2015)
$598,883

Co-PI/Epidemiologist:  Development of a multimodal intervention that combines elements of modern healthcare technology to integrate quantified self-tracking with peer support and communication for obese adolescents.
Stony Brook University School of Medicine – Targeted Research Opportunity (TRO) (2014-2016)
$80,000

Co-I Data Management and Informatics Core Stony Brook University:  A prospective study of the role of cerebral oximetry in predicting Survival and neurological outcomes following in-hospital cardiac arrest.
Resuscitation Council (UK) (2014-2015)
$75,000

Co-I:  Improving Outcomes in Cardiac Arrest with Inhaled Nitric Oxide.
Stony Brook University School of Medicine – Targeted Research Opportunity (TRO) (2014-2016)
$80,000

Epidemiologist:  The PACE Center for Senior Health and Wellness at Stony Brook University.
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). UD7HP28540 (2015-2018)
$1,324,095

Dylan Smith:
MPI:  Everyday quality of life in Blacks and Whites with osteoarthritis
National Institute on Aging R01 (2012-2016)
$2,224,000

PI:  Survey Methods for Measuring Affect
Roybal Center at Princeton University and National Institute on Aging: (2013-2015)
$88,000

Jennie Williams:
PI:  Phosphosulindac, miRNAs and cancer racial health disparity
National institute of Health/National Cancer Institute; R01 (Jan 2010-Dec 2015)
$1,526,909

MPI:  BioPREP: Biology Partnership in Research
National Institute of General Medical Sciences; R25 (Sept 2013-May 2018)
$1,653,896

Participating Faculty Mentor:  Medical Scientist training program
NIGMS; T32 (July 2015- June 2020)
$6,684,050

PI:  Startup Funds
Dean’s office. (May 2013-Present)
$210,000

Collaborator:  Admin Supply To Study Sex/Gender Differences and HIV-1 Viral Particle Transmission Capability 
NIH (NIGMS) R01 (June 2015 – August 2016)
$100,000

Collaborator:  Mechanisms of Intestinal Tumorigenesis
NIH/NCI; R01. (December 2015 – November 2020)
$1,973,856

Co-I:  Health Network: SUNY partnership to study racial ethnic differences in GI cancer biology.
Research Foundation of SUNY. (July 2015 – June 2016)
$150,000

Co-I:  1/2: Partnership to study racial/ethnic differences in GI cancer biology
National institute of Health/National Cancer Institute; P20 (Sept 2015-Aug 2019)
$1,235,604

Jie Yang:
Co-PI:  Unknown
Targeted Research Opportunities- Fusion Award (8/1/15-7/31/17)
$90,000

Lead Statistician:  Sphingolipids in Cancer Therapy and Biology
NIH PPG 2P01 (9/1/14-8/30/19)
$11,419,244

Biomarkers of Comorbid Depression in Adolescents and Adults with ASD
Department of Defense CDMRP, AR 130397. (4/1/15-3/30-17)
$100,000

Targeted Approach for Prevention and Therapy of Colorectal Cancer
NIH/NCI. 1R01 (7/1/15-6/30-17)
$371,736

Cognitive Impairment in MS Linked Structural and Functional Connectivity
US Army Medical Research Acquisition Activity. (9/29/14-9/28/16)
$588,215

Plasticity-based, adaptive, computerized cognitive remediation in patients with multiple sclerosis
National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) (4/1/13-3/31/16)
$628,312

miRNA Based Predictive and Prognostic Biomarker in Colorectal Cancer
NMS Labs Inc. (9/29/14-9/28/15)
$56,875

A Pilot Study of Regional Cerebral Oxygen Saturation (rSO2) Monitoring in Predicting Neurological and Survival Outcomes
American Heart Association (AHA) (7/01/13-6/30/15)
$153,889

Screening Lung Cancer by Ultra Low-Dose Computed Tomography
NIH/NCI NIH/5R01 (7/1/10-4/30/15)
$1,013,250

A Multi-Centre Pilot Study of the Mind, Brain, Consciousness and Near Death Experiences during Cardiac Arrest
The Immortality Project, John Templeton Foundation (4/1/13-3/31/15)
$249,985

Neutral Ceramidase in Colon Cancer
NIH/NCI 1R0
$1,113,075