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Research Gazette - February 2005

Feb. 4, 2005

Grant awards (September)

Dr. Lori Baker, anthropology; $15,400; Mexico Funding for Independent DNA Analysis for Kiecker Case; Management Systems International

Dr. James Curry, political science; $14,899; The Poage-Mayborn Washington, D.C. Seminar and Internships; The Frank and Sue Mayborn Foundation

Dr. Robert Doyle, biology, and Dr. Bryan Brooks, environmental studies; $204,964; Phase II Water Quality; Texas Commission on Environmental Quality through the Brazos River Authority

Dr. John Dunbar, geology; $3,000; Sediment Survey of Dam No. 3 of the Muddy Fork of the Illinois River, Arkansas; National Resources Conservation Service

Dr. Charles Garner, chemistry and biochemistry; $353,367; Acquisition of a 500 MHz NMR Spectrometer; National Science Foundation

Dr. Jim Henderson, Dr. Beck Taylor and Dr. Allen Seward, business; $162,647; Study on Regulation of Health Care: The Impact of Regulation on the Health Insurance Market and Health Care Providers; National Institutes of Health through Duke University

Dr. Truell Hyde, vice provost for research; $123,750; REU/RET Site Program; National Science Foundation

Dr. Richard Kreider, HHPR; $5,000,000; Curves II; Curves, Intl.

Pam Wilder, Piper Child Care Development Center; $49,670; Say Yes to Access; Cooper Foundation

TOTAL AWARDS: $5,927,697


Grant proposals (September)

Dr. Max Shauck, Baylor Institute for Air Science; $1,314,569; NASA

Dr. Bennie Ward and Dr. Scott Yost, physics; $758,532; Research in Theoretical High Energy Physics; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Paul Hagelstein, mathematics; $97,866; Sharp Weak Type Bounds in Harmonic Analysis; National Science Foundation

Dr. John Davis and Dr. Qin Sheng, mathematics, and Dr. Ian Gravagne and Dr. Robert Marks, engineering; $703,337; FRG: Time Scale Hybrid Dynamic Systems; National Science Foundation

Dr. Darryn Willoughby, HHPR; $38,732; Effects of Eight Weeks of 6-OXO Supplementation of Serum Hormone Profiles and Serum and Urinary Clinical Safety Markers in Resistance-Training Males; Proviant Laboratories

Matt Williams, Gear Up-Waco; $3,900; Lighted Schools 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant; U.S. Department of Education through Waco Public Schools

Dr. Darryn Willoughby, HHPR; $26,013; Effects of Heavy Resistance Training and Oral 7-Keto DHEA Supplementation on Molecular and Biochemical Mechanisms Regulating Skeletal Muscle and Adipose Tissue Lipolysis in Trained Males; Biotest Laboratories, LLC

Dr. Anne-Marie Bowery, philosophy; $5,000; A Philosophic Muse: Plato's Socrates as Narrator; National Endowment for the Humanities

Dr. Klaus Kirsten, mathematics; $149,405; FRG: Collaborative Research: Mathematical Aspects and Implications of Quantum Vacuum Energy; National Science Foundation

Dr. Erich Baker, bioinformatics; $78,335; Comparative Informatics of Brain Molecular Networks; National Institutes of Health through the University of Tennessee

Dr. John Dunbar, geology; $3,000; Sediment Survey of Dam No. 3 of the Muddy Fork of the Illinois River, Arkansas; National Resources Conservation Service

Dr. Robert Marks, engineering; $25,701; Implicit Learning in Trained Autoencoders; National Science Foundation through the University of Washington

Dr. Manfred Dugas, mathematics; $80,931; Localizations of Abelian Groups; National Science Foundation

Dr. Scott Yost, physics; $332,547; Precision Calculations of Electroweak and Hadronic Physics for the LHC and IHC; National Science Foundation

Dr. B.F.L. Ward, physics; $117,182; Resummed Quantum Gravity; National Science Foundation

Dr. Markus Hunziker, mathematics; $105,460; Kostant Modules; National Science Foundation

Dr. B.F.L. Ward and Dr. Scott Yost, physics; $779,076; Theoretical High Energy Physics at Baylor; National Science Foundation

Dr. Ryan King and Dr. Robert Doyle, biology, and Dr. Bryan Brooks, environmental studies; $41,580; Altria Group Inc. 2004 Environment/Water Conservation; Altria Group Foundation

Dr. Walter Wilcox and Dr. Gerald Cleaver, physics; $404,575; Topics in Theoretical Physics; National Science Foundation

Dr. Dennis Johnston, statistics; $172,130; Efficacy of Dendritic Cell Vaccines: Statistics; National Institutes of Health through Baylor Research Institute

Pam Wilder; Piper Child Development Center , $43,266; Say Yes to Access; LGR Foundation

Dr. James Curry, political science; $14,899; The Poage-Mayborn Washington, D.C., Seminar and Internships; The Frank and Sue Mayborn Foundation

Dr. Darrin Bellert, biology; $40,000; Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship; The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Dr. Chris Marsh, political science; $5,740; God & Country in the Middle Kingdom; American Council of Learned Societies

Dr. David Rivers, communication and science disorders; $46,722; Language and Literacy Clinic; The Rapoport Foundation

TOTAL REQUESTED: $5,388,498


Grant awards (October)

Dr. Randy Wood, education, and Dr. Dennis Myers, social work; $10,000; English as a Second Language: Cool Math Literacy; The Allergan Foundation

Dr. Robert Doyle and Dr. Ryan King, biology; $38,766; Monitoring 04/05; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Owen Lind, biology; $14,158; Paleolimnology 04/054; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Rene Massengale, biology; $30,649; Pathogens 04/05; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Laura Davalos-Lind, biology; $28,453; Plankton AGP 04/05; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Joseph White, biology, and Bruce Byars and Lisa Zygo, CAGSR; $127,176; Modeling Effort 04/05; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

Dr. Owen Lind, biology; $8,004; Sedimentation 04/05; ENSR Corporation through the City of Waco

TOTAL AWARDS: $257,206


Grant proposals (October)

Dr. Mark Sepanski, mathematics; $209,216; Relative Extremal Projectors and Vector Field Lie Algebras; National Science Foundation

Dr. Truell Hyde, CASPER; $283,440; The Nano Technician Project; National Science Foundation through Texas State Technical College

Dr. Mark Sepanski, mathematics; $30,000; Relative Extremal Projectors and Vector Field Lie Algebras; National Security Agency

Dr. Lyn Prater, nursing; $10,000; Consortium for Global Education Start Up Proposal; Consortium for Global Education

Dr. David Arnold, mathematics; $2,867,086; EMSW21- VIGRE: Enhancement and Development of Training in Mathematical Research; National Science Foundation

Dr. Wade Rowatt, psychology and neuroscience; $118,941; The Positive Psychology of Humility; The John Templeton Foundation

Dr. Brad Keele, psychology and neuroscience; $1,087,384; Functional Properties of the Amygdala in Behavior; National Institutes of Health

Dr. Jim Diaz-Granados, psychology and neuroscience; $220,362; Taurine: Osmoreregulation and EtOH Withdrawal Attuation; National Institutes of Health

Dr. Pedro Reyes, management; $40,000; Sloan Industry Studies Fellowship; The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

TOTAL REQUESTED: $4,866,429


Grant awards (November)

Dr. Michaela Ritter and Dr. David River, communication sciences and disorders; $5,000; Language and Literacy Speech and Hearing Clinic; SBC Foundation

Dr. Rob Rogers, social work, and Dr. Randy Wood, education; $3,000; Literacy R and D; Baptist General Convention of Texas

Dr. Bruce Gordon, science and religion; $40,000; Science and Religion Project; Grace Valley Christian Center

Dr. Wade Rowatt, psychology and neuroscience; $6,154; Humility and Forgiveness; Grove City College

Matt Williams, Gear-Up; $3,900; Lighted Schools 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant; U.S. Department of Education and Texas Education Agency through Waco Public Schools

TOTAL AWARDS: $58,054


Grant proposals (November)

Dr. Kevin Chambliss, chemistry and biochemistry, and Dr. Peter van Walsum, environmental studies; $99,961; Identification and Quantitation of Low-molecular-weight Organic Compounds, Inorganic Nitrates/Nitrites and Carbohydrates in Water Extracts of Corn Stover using HPLC, GC, and Tandem Mass Spectrometry; U.S. Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Dr. Brian Raines, mathematics; $126,952; Collaborative Research: Applications of topology to economic dynamics; National Science Foundation

Dr. Anzhong Wang, physics; $405,248; Black Holes, Their Thermodynamics and Formation from Gravitational Collapse, Critical Phenomena, Dark Matter and Dark Energy; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Scott Yost, physics; $274,760; Precision Studies of Electroweak and Hadronic Interactions; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Gerald Cleaver, physics; $376,550; M-Theory Embeddings and G2 Manifolds; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Jay Dittman, physics; $430,346; Precision Top Quark Physics with Jets at Hadron Colliders; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Truell Hyde, vice provost for research; $1,573,145; NIRT:BTZ; National Science Foundation

Dr. Bennie Ward, Dr. Jay Dittman, Dr. Gerald Cleaver, Dr. Anzhong Wang, Dr. Scott Yost and Dr. Walter Wilcox, physics: $2,259,559; Elementary Particle Physics at Baylor; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Ryan King, biology; $300,000; Coupling Biological Impairments of Freshwater Streams with Human Dimensions; National Science Foundation through Pennsylvania State University

Dr. Pauline Johnson, nursing; $1,607,632; Baylor University Advanced Education Nursing Traineeship; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, HRSA Division

Dr. Peter van Walsum, environmental studies, Dr. Kevin Chambliss, chemistry, and Dr. Rene Massengale, biology; $2,000,001; University Research in Biomass Technologies Program; U.S. Department of Energy

Dr. Robert Marks and Dr. Ian Gravagne, engineering; $4,733,456; Inversion of Swarm Activity to Local Agent Dynamics: Designing Emergent Behavior; Army Research Office

Dr. Greg Hamerly, computer science; $200,000; Microsoft's New Faculty Fellowship Program; Microsoft Corporation

Chad Kersick, HHPR; $1,000; Effects of Training Status and Muscle Contraction on Muscle Injury, Ubiquitin Expression, and HSP-72; Gatorade Sports Science Institute Student Grant Program

Dr. Pedro Reyes, management and entrepreneurship; $9,450; E-Linking the Travel Plazas and Truckstops with their Supplies: A Proposed Model for E-Commerce and Collaborative Planning using RFID Technology; NATSO Foundation

TOTAL REQUESTED: $14,398,060


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