Dr. Rysavy Receives F32 Grant from the NIH

Congratulations to Dr. Matt Rysavy (fellow in Neonatology) for receiving an F32 grant from the NIH.

The grant titled “Development and evaluation of a risk-based approach to target vitamin A therapy to prevent bronchopulmonary dysplasia among very low birth weight infants” provides $67,404/year for 2 years for just over $136,000 total.

Dr. Grose Receives New Grant

Congratulations to Dr. Charles Grose (infectious diseases) for his latest grant from the US Department of Agriculture!

The grant, titled “Role of gC Glycoprotein in transmission of avian and human hnerpes viruses”, provides just under $108,000/year for 5 years, or just over $567,000 total.

Newell Receives New K08


Congratulations to Dr. Beth Newell in the Division of Critical Care for receiving a new K08 award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)!.

The award is for “Astrocyte-specific IL-1RI signaling effects following traumatic brain injury“, and provides $187,128/year for 5 years for a total of $935,640.

Way to go, Dr. Newell!

Carter Receives Grant from ADA

Calvin Carter, a post-doc research scholar in Dr. Sheffield’s lab, recently received a grant for “Glycemic Lowering Mechanisms of Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields in Mouse Models of Type 2 Diabetes” from the American Diabetes Association (ADA).

The award provides $61,388/year for 3 years, for a total of $190,413. Dr. Sheffield will serve as mentor on the project, with Calvin as the PI.

Congratulations, Calvin!

Dr. Grose Receives New Subcontract

Congratulations to Dr. Chuck Grose in Pediatric Infectious Diseases for his new subcontract for “Identification and Characterization of Children with Asthma Associated Comorbidities Through Computational and Immune Phenotyping“.

The NIH-funded research was provided to Mayo Clinic, who then subcontracted with Dr. Grose for this portion of the grant. The grant provides $38,125/year for 4 years, for a total of $152,500. Congratulations, Dr. Grose!