Recent Award "Snapshot"
Our faculty and staff have taken us on an amazing upward trajectory in growing as a premier, nationally recognized metropolitan research university. This includes winning extramural funding for research and scholarly activity. Below is a snapshot of some of our recent successes. In order to maintain accuracy of this data, some awards are not posted until they have been confirmed. For more detailed information on research and innovation at UofL, please visit our Metrics page or contact Will Metcalf.
The following is a partial list of awards for the week of June 6-12, 2022.
|Short Desc||PI Name||MPI or CO-I||Dept Name||Sponsor||Title||Total Funding|
|New||Huang,Michael Angelo Cacdac||Donninger,Howard; Yaddanapudi,Kavitha||Pediatrics||Commonwealth of Kentucky||Role of the Immunosuppressive Tumor Microenvironment in Therapeutic Resistance in Pediatric CNS Cancers||$106,895|
|New||King-Tinsley,Ashley||Dent-Rehab & Reconstruct Dent||KY Cabinet for Health & Family Services/HRSA||FY23 & FY24 -Ryan White PART B Health Care Services||$5,437,044|
|New||Kirpich,Irina||McClain,Craig J||Med-Gastroenterology Hepatology||NIH National Institutes of Health||Role of Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase in Alcohol-Associated Liver Disease||$2,065,910|
|New||Kolers,Avery||Freeman,Lauren E||A&S Philosophy||Norton Healthcare Community Trust||Pursuing Excellence in Ethical Care: A Partnership to Support Clinical Ethics Consultation and Education||$151,574|
|New||McCool,Morghan Rae||Fuselier,Linda C||A&S Biology||KY Academy of Science||Bryophyte Assemblages at Cave Entrance Across a Range of Anthropogenic Disturbance||$2,824|
|New||Stirling,David Paul||Neurological Surgery||Wings for Life||Peri-axonal swelling and loss of axo-myelinic connectivity causes secondary white matter injury after SCI||$220,000|
|New||Thorpe,Mary D.||Upward Bound||ED US Department of Education||Upward Bound Project 2||$1,562,400|
|New||Thorpe,Mary D.||Upward Bound||ED US Department of Education||Upward Bound Project 1||$2,413,550|
|New||Wahlang,Banrida||Med-Liver Research||NIH National Institutes of Health||Evaluating mechanisms of Sex Differences in Environmentally-Induced Metabolic Diseases||$377,865|