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Organization City State Country Awards Funding
WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY PULLMAN WA UNITED STATES 69 $20,379,613


WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY awards summary for Fiscal Year 2014



Dollar Amount Awards
Other Research-Related $1,035,339 6
Research Centers $1,095,310 1
RPGs - Non SBIR/STTR $17,613,951 59
Training - Individual $58,946 1
Training - Institutional $576,067 2
Total $20,379,613 69
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IC Awards Funding
NCI 2 $636,953
NHLBI 4 $721,923
NIA 2 $636,720
NIAAA 2 $534,928
NIAID 7 $2,105,075
NIAMS 4 $1,443,673
NIBIB 2 $685,648
NICHD 9 $2,525,567
NIDA 5 $946,900
NIDCD 2 $778,921
NIDDK 4 $1,313,700
NIEHS 6 $1,989,231
NIGMS 8 $2,574,015
NIMH 1 $370,013
NIMHD 2 $1,366,395
NINDS 6 $1,268,966
OD 3 $480,985
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PI Name Arrow Awards Funding
AGUILAR-CARRENO, HECTOR 1 $371,214
AHMED, SALAH-UDDIN 1 $320,875
ARGUELLO, AMY A 1 $97,161
BANKHEAD, TROY MICHAEL 1 $249,031
BLACK, MARGARET E 1 $437,615
BOSE, SANTANU 1 $336,353
BOSE, SUSMITA 1 $320,681
CELLI, JEAN A 1 $188,750
CHAI, WEIHANG 1 $290,675
COFFIN, ALLISON B 1 $444,845
COOK, DIANE JOYCE 3 $999,184
CORBETT, CINDY LOU 1 $323,184
COURT, MICHAEL H 1 $286,149
DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER JOHN 1 $219,984
DONG, WEN-JI 1 $178,033
DU, MIN 1 $231,571
FUCHS LOKENSGARD, RITA A 1 $236,676
GIBSON, K MICHAEL 2 $382,110
GIESKE, MARY C 1 $58,946
GOODMAN, ALAN GABRIEL 1 $249,000
GRISWOLD, MICHAEL D 1 $293,544
HARDING, JOSEPH W 1 $191,143
HASSOLD, TERRY J 1 $566,040
HUNT, PATRICIA A. 1 $509,289
HUNZICKER-DUNN, MARY E 1 $284,527
JIANG, ZHIHUA 1 $176,542
JONES, JEFFREY P 1 $258,450
JONES, JONATHAN C. 1 $332,955
KATZ, JANET RUTH 1 $271,085
KIM, KWAN HEE 1 $328,239
KRUEGER, JAMES MARTIN 2 $646,550
LAZARUS, PHILIP 1 $445,810
NILSON, JOHN H. 1 $138,452
PAINE, MARY F 1 $553,977
PALMER, GUY HUGHES 1 $339,750
PATE, EDWARD F 1 $469,162
PETERS, JAMES HENRY 1 $328,425
POON, GREGORY MAN KAI 1 $329,356
PORTFORS, CHRISTINE 1 $334,076
PRU, JAMES K 2 $345,850
RITTER, ROBERT C 1 $328,425
RITTER, W. SUE 2 $656,850
ROLL, JOHN M. 1 $1,095,310
SHISHANI, KAWKAB 1 $94,222
SKINNER, MICHAEL K 1 $339,750
SMERDON, MICHAEL J 2 $753,007
SONDGEROTH, KERRY SUE 1 $135,135
SORG, BARBARA A 1 $302,000
SPENCER, THOMAS E 2 $528,706
TROBRIDGE, GRANT D 1 $370,977
WALKER, BRENDAN M 1 $321,246
WANG, ZHENJIA 1 $124,200
WAYMAN, GARY ALLEN 1 $370,013
WISOR, JONATHAN P 3 $609,397
XIAN, MING 3 $699,031
YE, PING 1 $72,403
ZHANG, HUI 1 $213,682
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Location Awards Funding
Washington 69 $20,379,613
Total 69 $20,379,613


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Funding Mechanism Awards Funding Year
RPGs - Non SBIR/STTR 59 $17,613,951 2014
Research Centers 1 $1,095,310 2014
Other Research-Related 6 $1,035,339 2014
Training - Individual 1 $58,946 2014
Training - Institutional 2 $576,067 2014
Total 69 $20,379,613 2014
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Project Number asc_arrow Project Organization Admin IC Direct Cost Indirect Cost Funding
1K99DA037271-01A1 Role of novel CNS subcircuits in cue-induced drug relapse WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIDA $89,964 $7,197 $97,161
1R01AI108704-01 Study of Immune Avoidance During the Enzootic Cycle of the Lyme Disease Pathogen WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIAID $175,000 $74,031 $249,031
1R01AI109022-01A1 Mechanisms of Nipah virus fusion and entry WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIAID $250,000 $121,214 $371,214
1R01AR066361-01A1 Surface modified metal implants using doped hydroxyapatite WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIAMS $220,000 $100,681 $320,681
1R01DC013102-01A1 Neuromodulation in the auditory system WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIDCD $249,301 $84,775 $334,076
1R01GM112864-01 Mechanisms of fork restart in response to genotoxic stress WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIGMS $192,500 $98,175 $290,675
1R01HL116571-01A1 Novel Sulfide Releasing Agents for Ischemic Injury WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NHLBI $306,000 $82,566 $388,566
1R03HD079723-01 Computer simulations of the mouse spermatogenic cycle WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NICHD $50,000 $22,403 $72,403
1R15DC013900-01 Characterizing the protective effects of caffeine and other natural products in a WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIDCD $296,541 $148,304 $444,845
1R15GM112002-01 Osmotic responsiveness of the master immune regulator PU.1 WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIGMS $228,000 $101,356 $329,356
1R21AA022098-01A1 Immunotherapy to Mitigate the Negative Effects of Alcohol on Cancer Progression WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIAAA $143,750 $69,932 $213,682
1R21AI112649-01 Brucella mechanisms of autophagy mediated egress WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIAID $125,000 $63,750 $188,750
1R21DA036660-01 Neuronal ensembles of drug context-induced impulsive decision making WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIDA $156,739 $79,937 $236,676
1R21DA037708-01 Chronic methamphetamine disrupts sleep-dependent molecular/energetic homeostasis WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIDA $145,442 $71,399 $216,841
1R21HD076347-01A1 Biological Role of Endometrial Glands in Uterine Function WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NICHD $150,000 $76,500 $226,500
1R21NS085369-01A1 Therapeutics of mTOR Signaling in Succinic Semialdehyde Dehydrogenase Deficiency WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NINDS $155,250 $54,521 $209,771
1R21NS085605-01A1 'Uncoupling sleep deprivation-associated stressors from sleep loss in rodents' WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NINDS $150,000 $69,984 $219,984
1R21OD016564-01A1 Mechanisms of PGRMC2 action in female reproduction WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY OD $119,167 $47,182 $166,349
1R25AG046114-01A1 Multi-disciplinary undergraduate training program in health-assistive smart envir WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIA $290,311 $23,225 $313,536
2R01EB009675-05A1 Smart Technologies for Health Assessment and Assistance WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY NIBIB $225,000 $109,654 $334,654