Congratulations to Dr. David Dickens (Hem/Onc) who recently received a grant for $3,750 titled “Workload Intensity Model for Support for Study Chairs: NCORP Research Base Grant“. The grant is sponsored by the NIH through the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP).
Congratulations to Dr. Kamel Shibbani (PL-3) on his recent grant awarded from the American Academy of Pediatrics. The grant is entitled “Understanding the role of steroid use in preterm infants who develop Post Ligation Cardiac Syndrome after surgical closure of Patient Ductus Arteriosus” and provides $3,000 for a year. Way to go, Dr. Shibbani!
Congratulations to Dr. Staber for her recent new grant received from the National Hemophilia Foundation for “Understanding of a Neurophenotype in Hemophilia A“. The grant provides $125,000 over one year.
Congratulations to Dr. Janice Staber (Hematology/Oncology) on receiving a new grant from the National Hemophilia Foundation! She will receive $125,000 for “Understanding of a Neurophenotype in Hemophilia A“.
Congratulations, Dr. Staber!
Dr. Jennifer Jetton (Nephrology) recently received a new grant from the NIH/University of Alabama. The grant will study “Acute Renal Injury Sequela in NICU Graduates (ARISING)” and provide approximately $33,000 over 2 years.
Congratulations, Dr. Jetton!
Congratulations to Dr. Catherina Pinnaro (fellow in Endocrinology) for her recent $2,000 grant from the Lawson Wilkins Pediatric Endocrine Society. The funds will go towards studying “Genetic Modifiers of Glycemic Variability and CHD in Tumer Syndrome“.
Congratulations, Dr. Pinnaro!
Dr. Boes recently received a new R21 grant from the NIH. The grant is titled “Investigating the Effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation with Intracranial EEG in Humans” and provides $228,750/year for 2 years, for a total of $424,875.
Congratulations, Dr. Boes!
Dr. Val Sheffield (Medical Genetics and Genomics) received a new R01 from the NIH. The grant titled “Novel Genome Editing for the Treatment of Glaucoma” provides $491,564/year for 5 years, or just over $2.3 million total.
Congratulations, Dr. Sheffield!
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.
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.