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Sponsored Program Awards
May 2010
Abel, Steven R; pharmacy practice, from PRF
Summer Research Grants, $2,636, “2010 GS
SRG-PHPR.”
Abel, Steven R and Jones, Kellie L; pharmacy
practice, from Clarian Health Partners, Inc.,
$137,079, “Co-Funded Position with Clarian
Health Partners.”
Aguilar, Ruben C; biological sciences, from
Purdue Research Foundation: XR Grant,
$16,975, “Crosstalk Between Endocytosis
and Cell Division Machineries.”
Abraham, Dulcy M; civil engineering, from
Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,173,
“Fellowship.”
Ajuwon, Kolapo and Adeola, Olayiwola;
animal sciences, from Adisseo, $95,358, “Impact of Exogenous Non-Starch Carbohydrases
and Phaytase on Nutrient Digestibility, Gut
Health and Intergrity in Broiler and Weaning Pigs.”
Abu-Omar, Mahdi M; chemistry, from
National Science Foundation, $135,000,
“Mechanistic Studies of Oxygen Evolution
and Hydrogen Atom Transfer in Enzymes and
Biomimatic Models, Amendment 2.”
Akkus, Ozan; biomedical engineering, from
National Science Foundation, $4,000, “REU:
CAREER: Development of an Integrated Research and Education Programin Nanobiochemical Analysis of Skeletal Fragility.”
Adamo-Villani, Nicoletta; computer graphics technology, from Educate for Tomorrow,
$10,000, “The 21st Century World Project.”
Akkus, Ozan; biomedical engineering, from
National Science Foundation, $4,375, “REU:
Bridging the Gap Between Nano and Macroscale Hierarchies in Collagen Assembly.”
Adams, Douglas E; mechanical engineering,
from General Dynamics Information Technology Inc., $36,850, “Third Incremental
Funding for Modeling and Simulation of
Degraded System Performance Based on
Degraded Subsystem Performance.”
Adams, Douglas E; mechanical engineering,
from CACI International Inc., $158,000, “Development and Testing of Innovative Health
Management Tools for Damage Detection,
Evaluation, and Repair of the CH-53K Composite Rotor Blades & Structure.”
Agnew, Christopher R; psychological sciences, from PRF Summer Research Grants,
$15,815, “2010 GS SRG-PSYS.”
Agrawal, Rakesh; chemical engineering,
from U.S. Department of Energy, $300,000,
“New Design Methods and Algorithms for
High Energy-Efficient and Low-Cost Distillation Processes, Modification 7.”
Aguilar, Ruben C; biological sciences, from
The Lowe Syndrome Trust, $62,683, “Regulation of OCRL 1 Function by the Endocytic
Adaptor Epsin.”
Aldrich, Daniel P; political science, from
Purdue University, $8,000, “Civil Society in
Post-Disaster Recovery.”
Anderson, Donald J and Savaiano, Dennis A;
college of consumer & family sciences, from
Destination Marketing Association Internation, $16,474, “DMAI.”
Anderson, Donald J and Savaiano, Dennis
A; college of consumer & family sciences,
from Destination Marketing Association International, $23,423, “Executive Program in
Destination Management.”
Andrisani, Ourania M and Liu, Xiaoqi; basic
medical science, biochemistry, from National
Institutes of Health, $167,750, “Role of
Polo-Like-Kinase (Plk-1) in Hepatitis B VirusMediated Hepatocellular Carcinoma.”
Balakrishnan, Venkataramanan; electrical
& computer engineering, from PRF Summer Research Grants, $21,086, “2010 GS
SRG-ECEN.”
Balakrishnan,Venkataramanan; electrical &
computer engineering, from David M. Knox
Endowment, $5,193, “Fellowship.”
Banks, Margaret K; civil engineering, from
PRF Summer Research Grants, $2,636, “2010
GS SRG-CIVL.”
Banuelos, Rodrigo; mathematics, from PRF
Summer Research Grants, $47,444, “2010
GS SRG-MATH.”
Banuelos, Rodrigo; mathematics, from
Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,173,
“Fellowship.”
Banuelos, Rodrigo and Goldberg, David;
mathematics, from U.S. Department of Education, $175,020, “Increasing U.S. Doctorates
in Mathematics GAANN 2010.”
Barron, John M; economics, from PRF
Summer Research Grants, $5,272, “2010
GS SRG-ECON.”
Barton, Erik S; biological sciences, from
PHS-NIH National Institute of Allergy and
Infectious Diseases, $372,140, “Interferon
Alpha Regulation of Murine.”
Beckerman, Janna L; botany & plant pathology, from BASF Corp, Chemicals Division,
$2,000, “Indiana Arborists Association, Inc.”
Ben-Amotz, Dor; chemistry, from National
Science Foundation, $1,000, “2009 NSF
Graduate Research Fellowship.”
Berndt, Thomas J; foreign language & literature, from PRF Summer Research Grants,
$15,815, “2010 GS SRG-FLL.”
Bertoline, Gary R; technology–administration, from PRF Summer Research Grants,
$5,272, “2010 GS SRG-TECH.”
Bingham, Clifton W; computer science,
from Ricoh Co Ltd, $78,792, “Secure Multiparty Computation for Outsourcing Image
Processing.”
Balakrishnan,Venkataramanan; electrical &
computer engineering, from David M. Knox
Endowment, $5,193, “ Fellowship.”
Office of the Vice President for Research
Dimensions of Discovery
Blatchley, Ernest R; civil engineering, from
Malcom Pirnie Inc., $69,956, “Combined
Application of Ozone and Ultraviolet Radiation for Disinfection at the Southport AWT
Facility in Indianaplis, IN.”
Bock, Mary E; statistics, from PRF Summer
Research Grants, $7,907, “2010 GS SRGSTAT.”
Boiarsky, Carolyn R; English & philosophy–
Calumet campus, from National Writing
Project, $46,000, “Northwest Indiana Writing Project 2010-2011.”
Borch, Richard F; medicinal chemistry &
molecular pharmacology, from PRF Summer Research Grants, $5,272, “2010 GS
SRG-MCPH.”
Bortoletto, Daniela; physics, from University
of Notre Dame, $1,651, “Quarknet at Purdue
University.”
Bowman, Mark D; civil engineering, from
Duke Power Company, $19,523, “JTRP
Supplementary Research Account.”
Brightman, Andrew O; biomedical engineering, from Indiana University Purdue
University at Indianapolis, $26,497, “Joint
PhD Program for Graduate Support.”
Brooks, Jeffrey N; nuclear engineering, from
U.S. Department of Energy, $50,000, “Purdue
Contribution of Fusion Simulation Program,
Modification 1.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — April 2010
Camberato, James J; agronomy, from Helena
Chemical Company, $300, “Crop Response to
Micronutrient Fertilizers.”
Camberato, James J; Joern, Brad C and Nielsen,
Robert L; agronomy, from Pioneer Hi-Bred
International, Inc., $10,000, “2010 Pioneer
Crop Management Research Awards Program.”
Camp, Joseph W; comparative pathobiology,
from Indiana Alpaca Association, $2,700,
“Parasite Research.”
Camp, Joseph W; comparative pathobiology,
from The America Society of Parasitologists,
$1,000, “Proteomic Characterization of Sarcocystis Neurona.”
Campanella, Osvaldo H and Hamaker,
Bruce R; agricultural & biological engineering, food science, from General Mills, Inc.,
$100,000, “The Impact of Ingredients on
Cereal Rheology and Expansion.”
Campbell, Wesley L; science bound, from Eli
Lilly and Company Foundation, $100,000,
“Purdue University - Science Bound Program
FY 11.”
Carpita, Nicholas C; botany & plant pathology, from U.S. Department of Energy, $15,000,
“Support for the 2nd Pan-American Congress
on Plants and Bioenergy.”
Cassens, Daniel L; forestry & natural resources, from Greater Wabash River RC&D,
$250, “Martell Forest Field Day.”
Brophy, Sean; engineering education, from
Purdue Research Foundation: XR Grant,
$16,750, “NEES Operations.”
Casteel, Shaun N; agronomy, from Helena
Chemical Company, $300, “Soybean Extension
Research.”
Buck, Charles R; Bindley Biosocience Center,
from Kylin Therapeutics, $3,750, “Corporate
Membership for Tata Chemicals Ltd., Innovation Centre with the Bindley Bioscience
Center.” (a Discovery Park award — Bindley
Biosocience Center)
Casteel, Shaun N; agronomy, from GeorgiaPacific Chemicals, $2,600, “Soybean Extension
Research.”
Buckius, Richard O; Vice President for Research, from Purdue Research Foundation:
XR Grant, $16,795, “Protein Recruitment
to Raft Domains in Model Membranes of
Asymmetric Lipid Composition.”
Chandrasekar, Srinivasan and Trumble,
Kevin P; industrial engineering, materials
engineering, from Pacific Northwest National
Laboratory, $104,996, “Deformation of Lightweight Metals by Machining-Based Processes.”
Caffee, MarcW; physics, from National Aeronautics and Space Administration, $153,850,
“Improved Measurement Techniques of Long
Lived Radionuclides in Materials from Sample
Return Missions– Supplement 1.”
Chappell, William J; electrical & computer
engineering, from Access Technology Across
Indiana (ATAIN), $1,000, “Voluntary Support–Chappell.”
Camberato, James J; agronomy, from Agreliant, $300, “Crop Response to Micronutrient
Fertilizers.”
Chakravarty, Sugato; consumer science &
retail, from PRF Summer Research Grants,
$2,636, “2010 GS SRG-CSR.”
Chappell, William J and Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer engineering,
from BAE Systems Advanced Technologies,
Inc., $180,000, “Switch Programmable Interconnected Resonator Array Logic (SPIRAL).”
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Chappell, William J and Pai, Vijay S; electrical & computer engineering, from CACI
International Inc., $29,370, “CACI-CEDCEC
DAR Antenna Test.”
Chen, Yong P; physics, from Defense Threat
Reduction Agency, $100,000, “Interaction
of Radiation with Graphene-Based Nanomaterials.” (a Discovery Park award — Birck
Nanotechnology Center)
Clase, Kari L; industrial technology, from The
Scripps Research Institute, $6,000, “Constructing an Immersive and Interactive Virtual
Experience for Biology Students: Linking
Second-Life and the Gene-To-Protein Viewer.”
(a Discovery Park award — Discovery Learning Research Center)
Comer, Mary L; Pollak, Ilya and Bouman,
Charles A; electrical & computer engineering, from Universal Technology Corporation,
$78,000, “Electronic Imaging for Microscopy: Signal Processing Component.”
Constable, Peter D; veterinary clinical science, from Magrane Animal Hospital PC,
$8,384, “Support for Ophthalmology Residency.”
Cooks, Robert G and Ouyang, Zheng; chemistry, biomedical engineering, from National
Science Foundation, $250,000, “Collaborative Research: IDBR: Development of a Biofluid Transport, Separation and Molecular
Analysis System Using Microfluidics, Amendment 1.” (a Discovery Park award — Center
for Analytical Instrumentation Development)
Cooks, Robert G and Ouyang, Zheng;
chemistry, biomedical engineering, from U.S.
Department of Defense, $500,000, “Portable
Desorption Electrospray Ionization (DESI)
Mass Spectrometer.” (a Discovery Park award
— Bindley Biosocience Center)
Cooks, Robert G; chemistry, from Winifred B.
Bilsland Endowment, $19,173, “Fellowship.”
Cooper, James A; electrical & computer engineering, from Other, $1,998, “Engineering
Research.”
Cordes, Samuel M; Office of Engagement,
from Indiana Economic Development Corporation, $579, “Southeastern Small Business
Development Center – $579 Increase.”
Couetil, Laurent L; veterinary clinical science, from America College of Veterinary
Internal Medicine, Foundation, $154, “Validation of Proteomic Diagnosis of Recurrent
Airway Obstruction.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Crossley, Laurinda M; Dean of Students,
from Glenn Research Center, $159,926,
“System-of-Systems Approach for Assessing
New Technologies in NGATS, Supplement 6.”
Davies, Patricia; mechanical engineering, from Federal Aviation Administration,
$145,000, “Project #24 Human Response
- Annoyance.” (a Discovery Park award —
Discovery Park Administration)
Davies, Patricia; mechanical engineering, from Federal Aviation Administration,
$160,000, “Project #25 Sleep Disturbance(Phase 3 AM 2).” (a Discovery Park award
— Discovery Park Administration)
Davisson, Vincent J and Robinson, Joseph
P; medicinal chemistry & molecular pharmacology, basic medical sciences, from
Beckman Coulter Inc., $300,000, “Beckman
Coulter Sponsored Research Agreement.” (a
Discovery Park award — Bindley Biosocience
Center)
Dehr, Karol A and Kim, Il-Hee; English &
linguistics–Fort Wayne campus, educational
studies–Fort Wayne campus, from National
Writing Project, $46,000, “Appleseed Writing Project.”
Dennis, Jennifer L; agricultural economics,
from Indiana Cooperative Development Center, $4,575, “Joint Partnership Between the
Indiana Cooperative Development Center and
Purdue University; Indiana Farmers Market.”
DeWitt, William E; electrical & computer
engineering technology, from Occupational
Safety & Health Administration, $3,719,
“Teach Three Days in the OTI 3090 Electrical
Standards Course.”
Dyke, Shirley J; civil engineering, from National Science Foundation, $403,916, “MRI:
Development of Configurable Cyberphysical
Instrument for Real-Time Hybrid Testin.”
Elmagarmid, Ahmed K; computer science, from Oak Ridge National Laboratory,
$21,139, “Internship Support.” (a Discovery
Park award — Cyber Center)
Engel, Bernard A and Theller, Lawrence
O; agricultural & biological engineering,
from Wisconsin Department of Natural
Resources, $24,000, “Assessing Long-Term
Hydrologic Impacts of Climate Change Across
Wisconsin.”
Erickson, Bruce J; agricultural economics, from American Society of Agronomy,
$67,592, “Providing Educational Support for
the International CCA Program.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — April 2010
Fekete, Donna M and Ready, Donald F; biological sciences, from PHS-NIH National Center for Research Resource, $499,610, “Laser
Scanning Confocal Microscope.” (a Discovery
Park award — Bindley Biosocience Center)
Garimella, Suresh V; mechanical engineering, from Raytheon, $30,000, “CTRC.”
Fentiman, Audeen W and Stewart, Robert
D; nuclear engineering, health sciences, from
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, $395,200,
“Nuclear Engineering and Health Physics Fellowship Support Program at Purdue
University.”
Garofalo, Donatella; mathematics, from
National Science Foundation, $76,296,
“Analysis and Geometry of Nonlinear PDEs,
Amendment 2.”
Ferraro, Kenneth F; sociology, from PHSNIH National Institute on Aging, $221,102,
“Interdisciplinary Research on Aging and the
Life Course.”
Ferris, Virginia R and Faghihi, Jamal;
entomology, from North Central Soybean
Research Program, $21,000, “Improving
Management of Soybean Cyst Nematode
through Extension Demonstration and Outreach.”
Ferris, Virginia R and Faghihi, Jamal; entomology, from Pioneer Hi-Bred International,
Inc., $5,250, “Perform Soybean Cyst Nematode Screening.”
Ferroli, Christina E; field extension educators, from Eli Lilly Endowment Inc., $7,500,
“Summer Youth Program 2010.”
Ferroli, Christina E; field extension educators, from Eli Lilly and Company, $1,900,
“Summer Youth Program 2010.”
Field, William E; agricultural & biological
engineering, from National Institute of Food
& Agriculture, $180,000, “Indiana AgrAbility
Project Year 4.”
Finke, Linda M; health & human services–
Fort Wayne campus, from Indiana Family
Health Council, $115,537, “Lafayette Street
Family Health Clinic–Title X.”
Flores, Joseph I; Educational Opportunities
Program–Calumet campus, from U.S. Department of Education, $544,259, “Upward
Bound Program, Amendment 2.”
Foster, Kenneth A; agricultural economics,
from PRF Summer Research Grants, $2,636,
“2010 GS SRG-AGEC.”
Garimella, Suresh V; mechanical engineering, from Honeywell Inc., $15,000, “CTRC
Membership.”
Garofalo, Nicola; mathematics, from National Science Foundation, $198,411,
“Monotonicity Formulas, Nonlinear PDE’s
and Sub-Riemannian Geometry.”
Gerber, Corey K; agronomy, from Monsanto
Company, $2,000, “DTC Summer Workshop
– Monsanto Company.”
Gerber, Corey K; agronomy, from Dow
Agrosciences, $1,000, “Diagnostic Training.”
Gerber, Corey K; agronomy, from Indiana
Association of Professional Crop Consultants, $4,000, “DTC Summer Workshop
-Indiana Association of Professional Crop
Consultants.”
Gerber, Corey K; agronomy, from Becks Superior Hybrids, Inc., $7,000, “DTC Summer
Workshop -Becks Hybrids.”
Ghafoor, Arif; electrical & computer engineering, from Advanced Bioimaging,
$17,350, “ABS Bioimaging Systems.”
Ghafoor, Arif; Aref, Walid G and Elmagarmid, Ahmed K; electrical and computer engineering, computer science, from National
Science Foundation, $1,192,870, “TC: Medium: Security and Privacy Preserving Data
Mining and Management for Distributed
Domains.” (a Discovery Park award — Cyber
Center)
Ghiselli, Richard F; hospitality & tourism
management, from PRF Summer Research
Grants, $5,272, “2010 GS SRG-HTMT.”
Ghosh, Arun K; chemistry, from Oklahoma
Medical Research Foundation, $202,176,
“Beta Secretase Inhibition for Treating Alzheimers Disease, Amendment 7.”
French, Doran C; child development & family
studies, from PRF Summer Research Grants,
$2,636, “2010 GS SRG-CDFS.”
Gibson, Kevin D; botany & plant pathology,
from Ohio State University, $55,525, “Mental
Models and Participatory Research to Redesign Extension Programming for Organic
Weed Management.”
Garimella, Suresh V; mechanical engineering, from Aavid Thermalloy, $15,000, “CTRC
Consortium.”
Giordano, Nicholas J; physics, from PRF
Summer Research Grants, $31,629, “2010
GS SRG-PHYS.”
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Dimensions of Discovery
Groll, Eckhard A; mechanical engineering,
from Ecothermics Corporation, $3,500,
“CO2 Compressor Research.”
Gruenbaum, Ellen R; anthropology, from
PRF Summer Research Grants, $2,636, “2010
GS SRG-ANTR.”
Haddock, John E; civil engineering, from
Indiana Department of Transportation,
$1,229,458, “INLTAP2010.”
Hambrusch, Susanne E; computer science,
from National Science Foundation, $27,000,
“RET: CPATH-2: Computer Science Pathways
for Educators.”
Handwerker, Carol A; Iyer, Ananth V;
Sutherland, John W; Youngblood, Jeffrey P
and Zhao, Fu; materials engineering, management, environmental & ecological engineering, materials engineering, mechanical
engineering, from National Science Foundation, $13,000, “Planning Grant: I/UCRC for
Resource Recovery and Recycling.”
Harper, William A; health & kinesiology,
from PRF Summer Research Grants, $2,636,
“2010 GS SRG-HKLS.”
Harper, William A; health & kinesiology,
from Lafayette Life Foundation, Inc., $2,500,
“National Youth Sports Program.”
Harris, Michael T; engineering administration& engineering experiment station,
from UT-Battelle LLC, $24,999, “Modeling
Quantum Dot Synthesis.”
Harrison, Marietta L; Catlin, Ann C and
Zhang, Min; medicinal chemistry & molecular pharmacology, Rosen Center for Advanced
Computing, statistics, from Walther Cancer
Institute Foundation Inc., $325,581, “Cancer
Care Engineering Genomic Analysis: a Collaboration with Notre Dame.” (a Discovery
Park award — Oncological Sciences Center)
Hassanein, Ahmed; nuclear engineering,
from U.S. Department of Energy, $150,000,
“Impact of Disruptions and ELMs on Liquid
Lithium Surfaces in NSTX and Mitigation/
Extrapolatio, Modification 2.”
Hermodson, Mark A; agriculture–administration, from Agricultural Research Service,
$34,713, “Aquisition of Goods and Services
- 2010 Task Order for Fire and Police Protection, Grounds Services and Mail Services.”
Hertel, Thomas W; agricultural economics,
from OECD Development Center, $19,675,
“GTAP.”
Hertel, Thomas W; agricultural economics,
from World Bank, $19,650, “GTAP.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — April 2010
Hill, Catherine A and Watts, Val J; entomology; College of Pharmacy, Nursing and
Health Science—administration, from University of Notre Dame, $218,735, “Control
of Vector-Borne Diseases: Development of
Human-Safe Insecticides for U.S. Military
Protection and Improving Gloabal Health.”
(a Discovery Park award — Bindley Biosocience Center)
Hirleman, E D; mechanical engineering,
from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment,
$19,173, “Fellowship.”
Hirleman, E D; mechanical engineering,
from Chappelle, $19,173, “Fellowship.”
Hirleman, E D; mechanical engineering,
from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment,
$19,173, “Fellowship.”
Hirleman, E D; mechanical engineering,
from PRF Summer Research Grants, $10,543,
“2010 GS SRG-MECH.”
Hook,Tomas O; forestry & natural resources,
from University of Michigan, $78,463,
“Forecasting the Causes, Consequences, and
Potential Solutions for Hypoxia in Lake Erie,
Amendment 3.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Robert or Darcy Rutowski, $30,
“Katherine Howe Gift Fund.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Ryan or Tracy A Beall, $20, “Katherine Howe Gift Fund.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Janet K Clark, $30, “Katherine
Howe Gift Fund.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from George B Rose, $30, “Katherine
Howe Gift Fund.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Bruce A & Heather C Bacher, $30,
“Katherine Howe Gift Fund.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from David or Susan Horvath, $30,
“Katherine Howe Gift Fund.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Stephen J or Susan B Chaplin, $200,
“Katherine Howe Gift Fund.”
Howell, Kathleen; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from National Aeronautics
and Space Administration, $29,000, “Application of Dynamical Systems Theory, Numerical Methods, and Optimization Strategies to
Facilitate Mission Design and Analysis.”
Hrycyna, Christine A and Chmielewski,
Jean A; chemistry, from Gates Foundation,
$100,000, “Blocking the P Falciparum Transporter PfCRT: Eliminating Drug Resistance
in Malaria.”
Huang, Chi-Hua; agronomy, from Advanced
Design & Machine, $3,700, “Liming Research
Program.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Karen Viste-Sparkman & Stuart
Sparkman, $30, “Katherine Howe Gift Fund.”
Hudmon, Karen S; pharmacy practice,
from PHS-NIH National Cancer Institute,
$264,927, “Ask, Advise, Refer: Promoting
Pharmacy-Based Referrals to Tobacco Quitlines.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Brian A McQuaid , $30, “Katherine
Howe Gift Fund.”
Hurt, R D; history, from PRF Summer
Research Grants, $10,543, “2010 GS SRGHIST.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Sally Rutzky, $30, “Katherine Howe
Gift Fund.”
Hutcheson, John S; Office of Engagement,
from California Workforce Association,
$1,500, “California Workforce Association.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Goshen College, $30, “Katherine
Howe Gift Fund.”
Hutzel, William J; mechanical engineering
technology, from Midwest Renewable Energy
Association, $54,628, “Solar Workforce Development in Indiana.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Laurie J or Rich Kahl, $30, “Katherine Howe Gift Fund.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Deanna H or Emilo J Vazques MD,
$50, “Katherine Howe Gift Fund.”
Howe, Katherine M; botany & plant pathology, from Robert Navazio, $40, “Katherine
Howe Gift Fund.”
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Ileleji, Klein; agricultural & biological engineering, from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $8,947, “Fellowship.”
Irudayaraj, Joseph M; agricultural & biological engineering, from Winifred B. Bilsland
Endowment, $19,173, “ Fellowship.”
Jaeger, Laurie A; basic medical science, from
PRF Summer Research Grants, $2,636, “2010
GS SRG-BMS.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Johnson, William G; botany & plant pathology, from Monsanto Company, $9,000,
“Weed Biology in Dicamba-Tolerant Soybean
in Indiana Ecosystems.”
Johnson, William G; botany & plant pathology, from Syngenta Crop Protection Inc.,
$21,500, “Weed Research.”
Johnson, William G; botany & plant pathology, from FMC Corporation, $4,000, “Weed
Research.”
Johnston, Cliff T; agronomy, from Battelle Memorial Institute, $105,928, “Role
of Aluminum Dimer and Carbonate in the
Aluminum Solubility for Hanford Wastes.”
Kais, Sabre; chemistry, from Army Research
Office, $100,000, “Physics: Finite Size Scaling
and Quantum Criticality of Quantum Gases.”
(a Discovery Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Kak, Avinash C; electrical & computer
engineering, from Elsevier Inc., $3,888,
“Editorship of Our Journal, CVGIP: Image
Understand.”
Kazacos, Kevin R; comparative pathobiology,
from Memphis Zoological Society, $2,350,
“Tapeworm Research Program.”
Keener, Kevin M; food science, from Insinkerator Division, $23,500, “Multi-Sponsored Gift.”
Keener, Kevin M; food science, from Keystone
Foods LLC, $2,500, “Multi-Sponsored Gift.”
Kelly, Brian C; sociology, from PHS-NIH
National Institute on Drug Abuse, $709,859,
“Prescription Drug Abuse in Club Subcultures: Contexts & Risks.”
Kenttamaa, Hilkka I; chemistry, from Haldor
Topsoe, $10,000, “Change in Composition of
Refinery Streams During Processing.”
Kenttamaa, Hilkka I; chemistry, from National Science Foundation, $150,000, “Gas
Phase Studies Organic Sigma-Type Polyradicals, Amendment 1.”
Key, Nicole L; mechanical engineering, from
Rolls-Royce Corporation, $8,000, “Automation of a Hotwire Calibration Facility — an
Undergraduate Research Experience.”
Kildishev, Alexander V; electrical and computer engineering, from Lockheed Martin
Corp., $30,000, “Hyperlens Concentrators.”
(a Discovery Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Kladivko, Eileen J; agronomy, from Helena
Chemical Company, $300, “Soil Physics.”
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — April 2010
Kladivko, Eileen J; agronomy, from Agreliant, $300, “Crop Response to Micronutrient
Fertilizers.”
Lopez, Roberto G; horticulture & landscape
architecture, from Ponsettia Foundation,
$500, “Multi-Sponsored Gift Account.”
Koch, Daphene C; building construction &
management technology, from Shiel Sexton,
$7,100, “Shiel Sexton Leadership Training
Summer 2010.”
Love, David J; electrical & computer engineering, from Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.,
$97,800, “Next Generation Feedback and
and Interference Mitigation Techniques for
Future Wireless Systems.”
Konieczny, Stephen F; biological sciences,
from PHS-NIH National Cancer Institute,
$313,971, “Kras-Induced Cellular Plasticity
in Pancreatic Cancer.”
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
Kylin Therapeutics, $197,912, “Optimizing
pRNA for Commercial Use.” (a Discovery
Park award — Bindley Biosocience Center)
Kuhn, Richard J; biological sciences, from
PRF Summer Research Grants, $18,450,
“2010 GS SRG-BIOS.”
Ladisch, Michael R and Mosier, Nathan S;
agricultural & biological engineering, from
Mascoma Corporation, $430,725, “Cellulose
Pretreatment and Processing.”
Low, Philip S; Kim, Yeong E; Reifenberger,
Ronald G and Wei, Alexander; e-Enterprise
center, from US Army Res Development and
Engineering Command, $1,438,585, “Rapid
and Accurate Pathogenidentification/Detection.” (a Discovery Park award — e-Enterprise
center)
Luo, Zhao-Qing; biological sciences, from
PHS-NIH National Institute of Allergy &
Infectious Diseases, $26,218, “Modulation
of Host Apoptotic Pathways by Legionella
Pneumophila.”
Latin, Richard X; botany & plant pathology,
from BASF Corporation, $9,600, “Turfgrass
Disease Research.”
Lyrintzis, Anastasios S and Blaisdell,
Gregory A; aeronautical & astronautical
engineering, from Combustion Research
& Flow Technology Inc., $12,000, “Large
Eddy Simulations of Hot Supersonic Jets for
Aeroacoustics.”
Leary, James F; basic medical sciences, from
Techshot, $196,000, “Microfluidic Multichannel Flow Cytometer.” (a Discovery Park
award — Bindley Biosocience Center)
Lyutikov, Maxim Y; physics, from West
Virginia University, $10,587, “Constraining Pulsar Emissions Physics through Radio
Gamma Ray Correlation of Crab Giant Pulses.”
Leary, James F and Chmielewski, Jean A;
basic medical sciences, chemistry, from Dow
Agrosciences, $227,645, “Construction of
DNA/CPP/Fusion-Tag Tethered Nanoparticles
for the Plant Cell Delivery, Genome Modification and Transgene Expression.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Mann, Rebecca L; educational studies, from
Davidson Foundation, The, $20,000, “Diversity Initiative for Gifted Students (DIGS).”
Lescun,Timothy B; Pader, Karine; Freeman,
Lynetta and Snyder, Paul W; veterinary clinical science, comparative pathobiology, from
American College of Veterinary Surgeons,
$14,994, “Comparison of Transvaginal Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery
(NOTES) and Laparoscopy for Elective Bilateral Ovariectomy in Standing Mares.”
Mathur, Aditya P; computer science, from
Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $11,184,
“Fellowship.”
Li, Kai Ming; Bolton, J S and Chen, Qingyan; mechanical engineering, from Federal
Aviation Administration, $85,000, “(P3) AM
3 Project 26: Sound Structural Transmission Soundproofing Residential Buildings in Noise
Impacted Areas Near Airports with Ventilated
Windows.” (a Discovery Park award — Discovery Park Administration)
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Mathur, Aditya P; computer science, from
PRF Summer Research Grants, $10,543,
“2010 GS SRG-CS.”
Mattes, Richard D; Ferruzzi, Mario and
McCabe, George P; foods & nutrition, food
science, statistics, from National Institutes of
Health, $435,286, “Pre-Ingestive Influences
on Solid and Fluid Food Intake in Lean and
Obese Adults.”
Mayboroda, Svitlana; mathematics, from
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, $50,000, “Alfred
P. Sloan Research Fellowship for Dr. Svitlana
Mayboroda in Mathematics.”
Maynard, Elizabeth T; horticulture & landscape architecture, from Crookham Company,
$500, “Research for 1995 Vegetable Variety
Trial Program.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — April 2010
Maynard, ElizabethT; horticulture & landscape
architecture, from Rispens Seeds Inc., $100,
“Research for 1995 Vegetable Variety Trial
Program.”
Nicoletti, Kimber J; youth development &
agricultural education, from Texas Migrant
Council Inc., $2,000, “Agreement Between
MESA and Texas Migrant Council, Inc..”
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Endpoint Technologies Inc.,
$10,000, “Peroulis Resonant Gift.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Maynard, ElizabethT; horticulture & landscape
architecture, from Stokes Seed Company, $300,
“Research for 1995 Vegetable Variety Trial Program.”
Novak, Robert E; speech, language & hearing
sciences, from PRF Summer Research Grants,
$2,636, “2010 GS SRG-SLHS.”
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Endpoint Technologies Inc.,
$10,000, “Peroulis Resonant Gift.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
McCullouch, Bobby G; civil engineering, from
Ivy Steel & Wire, $6,479, “Ivy Steel-WWR Website Maintenance.”
McNamara, Kevin T; agricultural economics,
from Agency for International Development,
$1,005,369, “Advancing Afghan Agriculture
Alliance.”
Meilan, Richard; forestry & natural resources,
from CBD Technologies, $50,000, “Voluntary
Support-Poplar.”
Miller, Joann L; liberal arts – administration
(linguistics), from PRF Summer Research
Grants, $2,636, “2010 GS SRG-LING.”
Miller, Joann L; liberal arts – administration
(comparative literature), from PRF Summer Research Grants, $5,272, “2010 GS SRG-CMPL.”
Miller, Joann L; liberal arts – administration
(American studies), from PRF Summer Research Grants, $7,907, “2010 GS SRG-AMST.”
Miller, Joann L; liberal arts – administration
(sociology), from PRF Summer Research
Grants, $7,907, “2010 GS SRG-SOC.”
Miller, Joann L; liberal arts – administration,
from PRF Summer Research Grants, $7,907,
“2010 GS SRG-PHND.”
Morgan, Susan E; communication, from
University of Illinois, $20,952, “Identifying
Best Practices in Promoting Organ Donation
to African American, Caucasian, and Hispanic
18 Year Olds.”
Mueller, Donald W; engineering – Fort
Wayne campus, from National Science Foundation, $691,495, “Science Masters Program:
Concentration in Wireless Technology and
Systems Engineering.”
Murray, Michael D; pharmacy practice, from
Regenstrief Institute Inc., $23,020, “RCHIR
Project.”
Narsimhan, Ganesan; agricultural & biological engineering, from U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering
Center, $40,000, “Conformation and Orientation of Antimicrobial Peptides Tethered to
Self Assembled Monolayer: MD Simulation of
Interacting Peptides in Humid Air and Water.”
Nyenhuis, John A; electrical & computer
engineering, from Cochlear Corporation,
$20,000, “Measurement and Analysis of MRI
Heating of Cochlear Implants.”
Ohland, MatthewW; engineering education,
from National Science Foundation, $29,102,
“Collabortive Research: the Effect of Climate
and Pedagogyon Persistence: a Longitudiual
Study of Women in Undergraduate Engineering Programs.”
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer engineering, from Micromachining Services Inc.,
$10,000, “Micromachining Services, Inc..” (a
Discovery Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Resonant Microsystems Inc.,
$10,000, “Peroulis Resonant Gift.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Ohm, Herbert W; agronomy, from Indiana
Crop Improvement Association, $50,000,
“Partnership for Research and Education
in Plant Breeding and Genetics at Purdue
University-Memo Match.”
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Micromachining Services
Inc., $10,000, “Micromachining Services,
Inc..” (a Discovery Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Ohm, Herbert W; agronomy, from Agricultural Research Service, $8,000, “Oat SNP
Development and Identification of Loci
Affecting Key Traits in North American Oat
Germplasm Using-BYDV and Crown Rust
Testing.”
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Micromachining Services
Inc., $10,000, “Micromachining Services,
Inc..” (a Discovery Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Ohm, Herbert W; agronomy, from Ag Alumni Seed Improvement Association, $136,000,
“Partnership for Research and Education
in Plant Breeding and Genetics at Purdue
University-Memo Match.”
Ouzzani, Mourad; Cyber Center, from
Agricultural Research Service, $25,000,
“Construction of a Soybean Ionomics Information Management System.” (a Discovery
Park award — Cyber Center)
Owens, Phillip R; agronomy, from Natural
Resources Conservation Service, $10,000,
“Determining Soil Properties and Landuse in
MLRA 120 LoessVeneered Benchmark Catena.”
Pekny, Joseph F; industrial engineering, from
PRF Summer Research Grants, $5,272, “2010
GS SRG-LE.”
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Endpoint Technologies
Inc., $10,000, “Peroulis Resonant Gift.” (a
Discovery Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Flowserve Corp, $10,000,
“Flowserve.” (a Discovery Park award —
Birck Nanotechnology Center)
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Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Micromachining Services
Inc., $10,000, “Micromachining Services,
Inc..” (a Discovery Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Resonant Microsystems Inc.,
$10,000, “Peroulis Resonant Gift.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Peroulis, Dimitrios; electrical & computer
engineering, from Endpoint Technologies Inc.,
$10,000, “Peroulis Resonant Gift.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Peterson, John R; physics, from University of
Pennsylvania, $13,322, “The Physics of Radiactive Cooling in Low-Density Astrophysical
Environment: Year 2 Funding.”
Peterson, Nancy J; English, from PRF Summer Research Grants, $50,079, “2010 GS
SRG-ENGL.”
Pond, Amber L; basic medical science, from
National Institutes of Health, $76,250, “Role
of Merg l a K+ Channel in the Onset of Skeletal Muscle Atrophy.”
Purcell, Lindsey A; forestry & natural resources, from Duke Energy Foundation,
$4,000, “Voluntary Support.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — April 2010
Radcliffe, John S; animal sciences, from DSM
Nutritional Products, Inc., $8,000, “MultiSponsored Gift Account.”
Sadof, Clifford S; entomology, from E.I.
DuPont DeNemours and Company, $6,300,
“Ornamental Insect Research.”
Rapp, Randy R; building construction &
management technology, from University
of Southern Mississippi, $8,000, “Building
Blocks for Advanced Building Information
Modeling (Part 1).”
Saha, Shubin K; horticulture & landscape
architecture, from Harris Moran Seed Company, $100, “Multi- Sponsored Gift Account.”
Schoenlein,William E and Van Alstine,William G; biomedical engineering, comparative pathobiology, from Medicine Institute,
Incorporated, $16,170, “Enteric Device
Testing Study:CUI-MDV2, Grant 202362,
Amendment 5.”
Saha, Shubin K; horticulture & landscape
architecture, from Willhite Seed Co., $1,000,
“Multi-Sponsored Gift Account.”
Schulz, Burkhard; horticulture & landscape
architecture, from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $8,947, “Fellowship.”
Salt, David E; horticulture and landscape
architecture, from Dartmouth College,
$41,738, “Arsenic Uptake, Transport and
Accumulation in Plants: Using Functional Ionomics and Synchrotron X-Ray Microanalysis
to Develop Arsenic-Free Grain.” (a Discovery
Park award — Bindley Biosocience Center)
Schulz, Burkhard; horticulture & landscape
architecture, from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,173, “Fellowship.”
Raskin, Rose E; comparative pathobiology,
from Antech Diagnostics, $875, “Immunocytochemistry Research.”
Reed, Willie M; veterinary medicine – administration, from Indiana Dog Tax, $2,311,
“Indiana State Dog Tax.”
Revankar, Shripad T; nuclear engineering, from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment,
$19,173, “Fellowship.”
Ridgway, Kenneth D; earth & atmospheric
sciences, from National Science Foundation,
$83,068, “Collaborative Project:Track 2,
METALS Minority Education through Traveling and Learning in the Sciences.”
Ritchie, Kenneth P; physics, from University
of Oklahoma, $23,476, “Mechanism of TonB
Action in Membrane Transport.”
Rochon, Gilbert L; Rosen Center for Advanced Computing, from AmericaView Inc.,
$5,788, “StateView Program Development
and Operations for the State of Indiana,
Modification 5.”
Rockman, Bert; political science, from PRF
Summer Research Grants, $10,543, “2010
GS SRG-POL.”
Roychoudhury, Anita; Capobianco, Brenda
M; Shepardson, Daniel P; Hirsch, Andrew
S and Niyogi, Devdutta S; curriculum
and instruction, physics, agronomy, from
National Science Foundation, $400,499,
“Making Sense of Global Warming: Model of
Student Learning via Collaborative Research,
Amendment 3.” (a Discovery Park award —
Discovery Learning Research Center)
Rud, A G; educational studies, from PRF
Summer Research Grants, $5,272, “2010
GS SRG-EDST.”
Sa Barreto, Antonio C; mathematics, from
National Science Foundation, $100,455,
“Scattering Theory on Manifolds, Amendment 1.”
Sacks, Elisha P; computer science, from
National Science Foundation, $8,000, “REU
Supplement: AF: Medium: Collaborative
Research: Approximate Computational Geometry via Controlled Linear Perturbation.”
Sanders, John H; agricultural economics,
from McKnight Foundation, $238,000,
“Marketing Strategies and Farmers Organizations for Sorghum and Millet in Burkina
Faso and Niger.”
Savinov, Sergey N; chemistry, from National
Institutes of Health, $182,710, “Rescuing the
Anti-HIV Activity of APOBEC3G with Small
Molecule Chaperons.”
Schendel, Dan E; management, from Strategic Management Society, $2,190, “Strategic
Management Society.”
Schneider, Steven P; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from Air Force Office
of Scientific Research, $310,000, “Measurements of the Mechanisms of Laminar-Turbulent Transition in the Mach-6 Quiet Tunnel.”
Schoenlein,William E and Van Alstine,William G; biomedical engineering, comparative pathobiology, from MED Institute, Inc.,
$28,998, “Prototype Vascular Stent Testing :
Study CI-CLIF, Grant 203133, Amendment/
Continuation 19.”
Schoenlein, William E; biomedical engineering, from MED Institute, Inc., $34,826,
“Prototype Vascular Stent Testing (CI-ASDF)
Grant 203133, Amendment 20.”
Schoenlein, William E; biomedical engineering, from MED Institute, Inc., $34,302,
“Prototype Vascular Stent Testing (CI-CPB1,
CPB2, CPB3, and CPB4 (Additional Funding)
Grant 203133, Amendment 21.”
Schoenlein,William E and Van Alstine,William G; biomedical engineering, comparative
pathobiology, from Medicine Institute, Incorporated, $14,986, “Enteric Device Testing:
CUI-MDVT, Grant 202362, Amendment 4.”
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Scott, David E; Indiana state chemist, from
Environmental Protection Agency, $514,000,
“FY 2010 EPA Cooperative Agreement.”
Sepulveda, Maria S; forestry & natural resources, from Agricultural Research Service,
$30,371, “Effects of Long-Term Low-Salinity
Exposure on Physiological Parametes and
Transcriptome of the Florida Pompano.”
Sepulveda, Maria S and Hook, Tomas O;
forestry & natural resources, from Great Lakes
Fishery Commission, $127,540, “Effects of
Lampricides on Target and Non-Target Species: from Protein Expression to Ecological
Consequences.”
Shaurette, Mark E; building construction
& management technology, from Materials
Technology Institute, $19,000, “Development of a Guidance Document for Demolition of Obsolete Chemical Processing
Equipment.”
Shepson, Paul B; chemistry, from PRF Summer Research Grants, $57,987, “2010 GS
SRG-CHEM.”
Shi, Riyi; basic medical science, from Winifred B. Bilsland Endowment, $19,173,
“Fellowship.”
Shih, Tom I; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from Ames Laboratory, $150,000,
“Computational Analysis of Advanced Cooling Strategies for High-Efficiency and LongService Life Turbines, Amendment 1.”
Shih, Tom I; aeronautical & astronautical
engineering, from PRF Summer Research
Grants, $10,543, “2010 GS SRG-AAEN.”
Shukle, Richard H; entomology, from Agricultural Research Service, $11,238, “Acquisition of Goods and Services.”
Shukle, Richard H; entomology, from Agricultural Research Service, $6,162, “Acquisition of Goods and Services.”
Dimensions of Discovery
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — April 2010
Siegmund, Thomas H and Nauman, Eric A;
mechanical engineering, from University of
Pittsburgh, $87,038, “Hybrid Model of Vocal
Fold Inflammation and Tissue Mobilization.”
Staver, John R; curriculum & instruction,
from Indiana University Purdue University
at Indianapolis, $15,627, “Midwest Noyce
Regional Conference in 2010 and 2011.”
Simpson, Garth J; chemistry, from Winifred B.
Bilsland Endowment, $11,184, “Fellowship.”
Steup, Matthias P; philosophy, from PRF
Summer Research Grants, $10,543, “2010
GS SRG-PHIL.”
Slamovich, Elliott B; materials engineering, from U.S. Department of Education,
$131,265, “GAANN 2010 Processing of
Micro- and Nanostructured Materials.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Industrial Microwave Systems LLC, $3,000, “Food
Science Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Pierre,
$1,000, “Sensory Evaluation Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Pierre,
$2,000, “Sensory Evaluation Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Starquest F.O.O.D. Consulting LLC, $500, “Sensory Evaluation Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Bay
Valley Foods LLC, $1,000, “Sensory Evaluation Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Ocean
Spray Cranberries Inc., $1,500, “Sensory
Evaluation Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Kroger
Company, $8,000, “Sensory Evaluation Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from FONA
International Inc., $1,000, “Sensory Evaluation Research.”
Smith, Richard S; food science, from Pen
Consulting Inc., $2,300, “Food Science
Research.”
Snow, Lowell D; Technology Assistance Program, from Ivy Technology State College,
$64,900, “Workforce and Economic Development Lean Training and Certification.”
Son, Steven F; mechanical engineering,
from Pennsylvania State University, $37,240,
“Novel Energetic Materials for Space Propulsion.”
Spafford, Eugene H; computer science,
from Northrop Corporation (Grumman),
$60,000, “CERIAS Voluntary Support.”
Stach, Eric A; materials engineering, from
National Science Foundation, $225,240,
“GOALI: Quantifying Growth Mechanisms in
Semiconductor Nanowires Using Real Time
Transmission, Amendment 1.” (a Discovery
Park award — Birck Nanotechnology Center)
Stroshine, Richard L; agricultural & biological engineering, from Woodsend Research
Laboratory, Inc., $500, “Multi-Sponsored
Gift Account.”
Subbarayan-Shastri, Ganesh; mechanical engineering, from Cisco Systems, Inc.,
$25,000, “Collaboration on Pb - Free Solder
Constitutive Behavior.”
Swihart, Robert K; forestry & natural resources, from Dow Agrosciences, $8,000, “
Voluntary Support.”
Sypher, Howard E; communication, from
PRF Summer Research Grants, $15,815,
“2010 GS SRG-COMU.”
Tomar, Vikas; aeronautical & astronautical engineering, from Vextec Corporation,
$25,000, “Gear Health Prognosis: Phase IIB.”
Topp, Elizabeth M; industrial & physical
pharmacy, from PRF Summer Research
Grants, $2,636, “2010 GS SRG-INPP.”
Turco, Ronald F; agronomy, from Wabash
River Enhancement Corp, $1,750, “Water
Quality.”
Tzempelikos, Athanasios; civil engineering,
from Lutron Electronics Co Inc., $8,750,
“Architecural Engineering – Tzempelikos.”
VanFossen, Phillip J; curriculum & instruction, from PRF Summer Research Grants,
$7,907, “2010 GS SRG-EDCI.”
Varma, Amit H; civil engineering, from
American Iron & Steel Institute, $15,000,
“American Iron & Steel Institute.”
Vemulapalli, Ramesh; comparative pathobiology, from PHS-NIH National Institute
of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, $27,018,
“Non-Replicative Vaccine for Human
Brucellosis.”
Vitek, Jan; computer science, from Mozilla Corporation, $5,000, “Mozilla STOP Workshop.”
Vitek, Jan; computer science, from National
Science Foundation, $16,000, “CPA-SEL-T:
Collaborative Research: Unified Open Source
Transactional Infrastructure.”
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Vitek, Jan; computer science, from Intel
Corporation, $5,000, “Purdue International
Summer School Award.”
Vitek, Jan; computer science, from Microsoft
Corporation, $10,000, “2008 Trends in Currency Summer School.”
Vitek, Olga; statistics, from Advanced Bioimaging, $18,000, “Voluntary Support.”
Volenec, Jeffrey J; agronomy, from Internation Plant Nutrition Institute, $20,000,
“Global Maize.”
Vyn, Tony J; agronomy, from Dow Agrosciences, $90,499, “Optimum Integration of
Instinct and Urea Ammonium Nitrate for
Improved Nitrogen Use Efficiency and Lower
Nitrous Oxide Emissions in Corn Production.”
Vyn, Tony J; agronomy, from Fluid Fertilizer
Foundation, $6,000, “Agricultural Cropping
Systems.”
Walther, Hans U; mathematics, from Purdue
Research Foundation: XR Grant, $16,750,
“Properties of Multiplier Ideals on Toric
Varieties.”
Walther, Hans U; mathematics, from Purdue
Research Foundation: XR Grant, $16,750,
“Properties of Mulitplier Ideals on Toric
Varieties.”
Wang, Changlu; Gibb, Timothy J; Obermeyer, John L and Bennett, GaryW; entomology, from Environmental Protection Agency,
$49,983, “Delivery of Proven Bed Bug Management Strategies in Multi-Unit Dwellings.”
Waser, Peter M and DeWoody, J. Andrew;
biological sciences, forestry & natural resources, from National Science Foundation,
$16,875, “RET Supplement Request for Integrating Genetic Information into Demoraphic
Models of Linked Populations.”
Wassgren, Carl R; mechanical engineering,
from The P & G Company, $50,000, “P&G
Voluntary Support.”
Weatherman, Kara D; pharmacy practice,
from Cardinal Health, $25,000, “Cardinal
Health Fellowship in Clinical Nuclear Pharmacy and Radiopharmaceutical Safety.”
Wei, Alexander; chemistry, from Eli Lilly and
Company, $2,000, “Multi-Sponsor Voluntary
Support.”
Wei, Mariko M; foreign language & literature,
from Japan Foundation, $600, “The 22nd
Annual Conference of the Central Association
of Teachers of Japanese (CATJ 22).”
Dimensions of Discovery
Purdue University Sponsored Program Awards — April 2010
Weller, Stephen C and Marshall, Maria
I; horticulture & landscape architecture,
agricultural economics, from University of
California-Davis, $150,000, “Indigenous
African Leafy Vegetables (ALV) for Enhancing
Livelihood Security of Smallholder Farmers
in Kenya.”
Ye, Peide; electrical and computer engineering, from National Institute of Standards &
Technology, $75,000, “Advanced Optical
Characterization of High-k/III-V Interfaces
and its Relation with High-Performance III-V
MOSFETs.” (a Discovery Park award — Birck
Nanotechnology Center)
Weller, Stephen C; horticulture & landscape
architecture, from Monsanto Company,
$65,000, “Research Gift.”
Yih,Yuehwern; industrial engineering, from
Telamon Corp, $3,993, “Systems and Processes Integration and Project Management
for Medical Outsource Billing.”
Williams, Ann E; field extension educators,
from United Way of Dekalb County Inc.,
$307, “Dekalb County Community Womens
Heart Health.”
Williams, Ann E; field extension educators,
from In diana State Department of Health,
$500, “Building Womans Passion for a
Healthy Heart.”
Wise, Kiersten A; botany & plant pathology,
from Agreliant, $300, “Voluntary Support
Account.”
Witz, Steven M; Regenstrief Center for H
ealthcare Engineering, from Mayo Clinic,
$830,160, “Healthcare Engineering Research
Program for the Center for Innovation at
Mayo Clinic and the Regenstrief Center for
Healthcare Engineering at Purdue University
(RCHE).” (a Discovery Park award — Regenstrief Center for Healthcare Engineering)
Zheng, Wei; health sciences, from PRF Summer Research Grants, $2,636, “2010 GS
SRG-HLS.”
Zhou, Chenn Q; mechanical engineering–
Calumet campus, from Tri-State Industries,
$3,000, “Pipe Support Analysis.”
Zhou, Chenn Q; mechanical engineering–
Calumet campus, from American Iron & Steel
Institute, $145,112, “Minimization of Blast
Furnace Fuel Rate by Optimizing Burden and
Gas Distributions Year 3 Funding.”
Zhou, Daoguo; biological sciences, from
PHS-NIH National Institute of Allergy and
Infectious Diseases, $30,175, “Host Actin
Cytoskeleton Rearrangements Induced by
Salmonella.” 
Wodicka, George R; biomedical engineering, from Chappelle, $19,173, “Fellowship.”
Wodicka, George R; biomedical engineering, from Chappelle, $19,173, “Fellowship.”
Wodicka, George R; biomedical engineering,
from PRF Summer Research Grants, $2,636,
“2010 GS SRG-BMEP.”
Wodicka, George R; biomedical engineering, from Chappelle, $19,173, “Fellowship.”
Yaninek, John S and Bledsoe, Larry W; entomology, from Indiana Department of Natural
Resources, $110,089, “Indiana CAPS 2010
Work Plan and Budget.”
Yau, David K; computer science, from
National Science Foundation, $33,525,
“NeTS:Medium:Collaborative Research:
Building an Intelligent, Uncertainty-Resillient
Detection and Tracking Sensor Network.”
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