Baylor University

Research Gazette - June 2012

Sept. 21, 2012

Grant Awards (June 2012)

Total Awarded: $668,369

Dr. Erich Baker, computer science; $184,051 (additional funding); Monkey Alcohol Tissue Research Resource; Oregon Health & Science University, Health and Human Services, National Institutes for Health, National Cancer Institute

Dr. Bryan Brooks, environmental sciences, Center for Reservoir and Aquatic Systems Research, Dr. Kevin Chambliss, chemistry and biochemistry, Center for Reservoir and Aquatic Systems Research and Bruce Byars, Center for Spatial Research; $133,666; Determining Pharmaceutical Loadings to Select Texas Coastal Systems and Associated Risks to Aquatic Life; Texas Sea Grants, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminstration

Dr. Jay Dittmann, physics; $14,000 (additional funding); High Energy Physics at Fermilab; Fermilab, U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Joe Ferraro, anthropology; $20,000; Paleoanthropological Research at 'Marsabit Road', Chalbi Basin, Northern Kenya; The Leakey Foundation

Dr. Diana Garland, social work; $30,000 (additional funding); Global Mission Leadership Initiative; Henry Luce Foundation

Dr. Truell Hyde, center for astrophysics, Space Physics and Engineering Research; $5,000; 13th Workshop on the Physics of Dusty Plasmas; National Science Foundation

Dr. David Nichols, political science; $25,000 (additional funding); Bradley Foundation Fellowship; The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation

Dr. Qin Sheng, mathematics; $45,636 (additional funding); Fast and Accurate Solution Technique (FAST) for IR Laser-Material Interaction Characterizations; UES Inc., U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory

Dr. Jon Singletary, social work; $147,683 (additional funding); Share Our Strength, No Kid Hungry; Share Our Strength

Dr. Ben Song, electrical and computer engineering; $8,333 (additional funding); ARRA: A Nationwide Consortium of Universities to Revitalize Electric Power Engineering Education by State-of-the-Art Laboratories; University of Minnesota, Department of Energy

Dr. Anzhong Wang, physics; $55,000 (additional funding); Horava-Lifeshitz Theory and Applications to Cosmology and Astrophysics; U.S. Department of Energy

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