External Research Support '09-'10

External Research Support '09-'10

Susan Allen, Anthropology
Received a $191,806 National Science Foundation grant for "Wetlands and the Transition to Agriculture in Europe: The Southern Albania Neolithic Archaeological Project."

Bruce Ault, Chemistry; Guy Cameron, Biological Sciences; Warren Huff, Geology; Howard Everett Jackson, Physics; and Carl David Minda, Mathematical Sciences
Received a $249,648 National Science Foundation grant for "A Coherent Cross-Disciplinary Learning Initiative in STEM."

Bruce Ault, Chemistry; Margaret Hanson, Physics; and Stephan Pelikan, Mathematical Sciences
Received a $750,000 National Science Foundation grant for "Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Track II."

Thomas Beck, Chemistry
Received a $420,000 National Science Foundation grant for "Theory and Modeling of Specific Ion Effects in Chemistry and Biology."

Danielle Bessett, Sociology
Received a $15,000 Ibis Reproductive Health grant for "Pregnancy after Problems."

Steven Bowman, Judaic Studies
Received a $27,389 Fulbright-Hays Senior Faculty Research Abroad grant from the Department of Education to conduct research in the United Kingdom and Israel.

Carlton Brett, Geology
Received a $6,689 National Science Foundation grant for "International: Testing the Effects of Temperature Variation on Faunal Migrations During a Middle Devonian Biocrisis: Implications for Climate Change on Geologic Timescales."

Daniel Buchholz, Biological Sciences
Received a $83,008 National Science Foundation grant for "Altered TH Signaling in Accelerated Metamorphosis in Desert Frogs."

Ann Kathleen Hoard Burlew, Psychology, and Paul Horn, Mathematical Sciences
Received a $8,968,954 National Institute on Drug Abuse grant for "Competing Renewal of Clinical Trials Network, Ohio Valley Node."

Kathleen Burlew, Psychology
Received a $69,090 grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse for "Tailoring Real Men are Safe for African American and Hispanic Men."

Theresa Culley, Biological Sciences
Received a $17,292 Department of Agriculture grant for "Genetic Variation and Inbreeding in Populations of Invasive Japanese Stiltgrass, Microstegium Vimineum (Poaceae)."

Philippe Debray, Physics
Received a $344,867 National Science Foundation grant for "All-Electric Semiconductor Spin Val."

James Deddens, Mathematical Sciences
Received a $40,789 grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs for "Interagency Personnel Act Agreement for James Deddens."

Robert Endorf, Physics
Received a $105,119 Department of Education grant for "Physical Science by Inquiry Program for Teachers in Grades 5-12."

Robert Frank, Psychology
Received a $14,631 National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders grant for "Cellulose-Based Strips for Human Taste Evaluation."

Michael Goldberg, Mathematical Sciences
Received a $133,640 award from the National Science Foundation for "Harmonic Analysis Methods Related to the Schrodinger Equation."

Hairong Guan, Chemistry
Received a $100,000 American Chemical Society — National Chapter grant for "New Catalysis with Nickel Pincer Complexes;" and a $658,364 National Science Foundation CAREER Award for "Nickel and Iron Complexes as Efficient and Selective Catalysts for Carbon Dioxide Reduction and Organic Synthesis."

Peter Grimes, English and Comparative Literature
Received a $1,181 grant from the Ohio Arts Council for "Ohio Festival of the Short Story."

Brian Halsall and William Heineman, Chemistry, with Andrei Kogan, Leigh Smith and Jan Yarrison-Rice, Physics
Received a $360,468 National Science Foundation grant and a $180,234 Ohio Board of Regents grant for "MRI: Acquisition of a Nanoscale Imprint Lithography System."

Margaret Hanson, Physics
Received a $403,847 National Science Foundation grant for "Massclean: A Powerful New Tool for the Study of Stellar Clusters."

William Heineman, Chemistry
Received a $20,000 Department of Energy grant for "Spectroelectrochemical Characterization of Relevant;" a $297,473 Ohio Department of Development grant for "Nutrient Sensor Based on Direct Electron Transfer to Catalyst Free Ultra Small Carbon Nanotubes;" and a $424,910 National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences grant for "Multi-Metal Chip for Point-of-Care Monitoring in Children."

William Heineman and Carl Seliskar, Chemistry
Received a $451,636 grant from National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health for "Target Organs DNA Damage in Coke Oven Workers."

Steven Howe, Psychology
Received a $2,492 Department of Veterans Affairs grant for "Technical Assistance to VA National Center for Organization Development."

Suri Iyer, Chemistry
Received a $30,000 National Science Foundation grant for "Nanoparticle Sensor for Detection of E. Coli in Real-World;" and a $2,333,390 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases grant for "Glycan Receptor Mimics for Rapid Detection, Typing, and Susceptibility Testing of Influenza."

Howard Everett Jackson, Physics, and Joanna Mitro, Undergraduate Affairs
Received a $75,000 National Science Foundation grant for for "NSF Teaching Fellowships/Master Teaching Fellowships Planning Grant."

Edna Sayomi Kaneshiro, Biological Sciences
Received a $6,000 Burroughs Welcome Fund grant for the 11th International Workshops on Opportunistic Protists.

Jeremy Koster, Anthropology
Received a $45,876 National Science Foundation grant for "Multi-Level Modeling Analysis of Behavioral Observation Data."

Patrick Limbach, Chemistry
Received a $330,000 National Institute of General Medical Sciences grant for "Mass Spectrometry of Ribosomal RNA: Protein Interactions;" a $500,000 National Center for Research Resources grant for "Acquisition of an LC Mass Spectrometer for Nucleic Acids Research;" and a $1,200,000 National Science Foundation grant for "Renovation of Chemistry Facilities at the University of Cincinnati."

Lin Liu, Geography
Received a $1,500 grant from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center for "Spatial Analysis of Preterm Birth."

Gerald Matthews, Psychology
Received a $15,650 grant from the United States Army Research Institute for the Behavorial and Social Sciences for "Emotional Intelligence and Decision-Making."

Eric Maurer, Environmental Studies
Earned a $26,698 grant from the Ohio Department of Jobs and Family Services for "Trade Adjustment Assistance Training Contract."

Brian Meadows and Michael Sokoloff, Physics
Received a National Science Foundation grant of $197,617 for "Collaborative R&D on the LSST Calibration System."

Arnold Miller, Geology
Received a $557,306 National Aeronautics and Space Administration grant for "Epicontinental Seas Versus Shallow Ocean-Facing Settings: Mass Extinction and Diversification in Two Different Worlds?"

Lewis Owen, Geology
Received a $15,000 D'Appolonia Engineering Division of Ground Technology, Inc. grant for "Preparation of Sediment Samples for Optically Stimulated Luminescence Dating of Sediment."

Allan Pinhas, Chemistry
Received a $31,427 grant from WILD Flavors, Inc. for "The Structure and Mechanism of Formation of the Blue Colored Material Generated by the Reaction of Genipin and an Amino Acid."

Joseph Scanio, Physics
Received a $48,272 National Science Foundation grant for "PIRE: Graduate Education and Research in Petascale Many Body Methods for Complex Correlated Systems: A Collaboration with Partners in Germany and Switzerland."

Nageswari Shanmugalingam, Mathematical Sciences
Received a $45,540 National Science Foundation grant for "p-Harmonic Mappings and Quasiconformal Maps."

Paula Shear, Psychology
Received a $3,000 Epilepsy Foundation grant for "Risk Factors and Comorbidities in Youth with Epilepsy and Autism."

Kevin Shockley, Psychology
Received a $418,808 National Science Foundation grant for "Collaborative Research: Dynamics of Interpersonal Coordination and Embodied Communication."

Leonid Slavin, Mathematical Sciences
Received a $144,000 National Science Foundation grant for "Weighted, Product-Type, and Non-Local Bellman Estimates in Harmonic Analysis" and a $66,728 National Science Foundation Grant for "Topics in Pure and Applied Harmonic Analysis."

Apryll Stalcup, Chemistry
Received a $298,211 Department of Energy grant for "Nuclear Forensics Research Thrust Education Program" and a $4,553 Girindus America Inc. grant for "Method for Determination of Polystyrene/Divinylbenzene (PSDVB) Packing Modification."

George Stan, Chemistry
Received a $660,644 National Science Foundation CAREER Award for "Computational Modeling of Biological Nanomachines — Protein Unfolding and Translocation by Clp ATPAses."

George Uetz, Biological Sciences
Received a $344,997 National Science Foundation grant for "Collaborative Research: Sensory Ecology of an Animal Communication Network."

Guy Van Orden, Psychology
Received a $208,699 National Science Foundation grant for "Available Constraints and Skilled Automatic Performance."

Robert Voorhees, Chemistry
Received a $70,512 National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health grant for "Chemical Exposure Monitor with Indoor Positioning."

Sourushe Zandvakili, Economics
Received a $49,730 Department of Labor grant for "Student Support for Tony Percifield."