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Grants Funded - 2004

(KCOM faculty and staff are listed in bold font)

Blansit, Doug, MLIS, and Jean Sidwell, MLS (A.T. Still Memorial Library); “Expanding the MAHEC Digital Library;” Mid-Missouri AHEC/National Library of Medicine; $7,193; 12/27/04-12/26/05.

 

Carlson, C. George, PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Pre-clinical Trials of Inhibitors of IkappaB Kinase in the Treatment of Muscular Dystrophy;” Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund; $4,000; 07/01/04-06/30/06.

 

Cenedella, Richard J., PhD, and Ferrill F. Rose (KCOM Department of Biochemistry); “Caveolin-1 and Lipid-raft Distribution in the Lens Membrane;” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program; $5,000; 05/20/04-05/20/05.

 

Cenedella, Richard J., PhD (KCOM Department of Biochemistry); “Lens Cholesterol Metabolism and the U1866A Cararact—Year 27;” NIH; $226,250; 09/01/04-08/31/05.

 

Chamberlain, Neal R., PhD, and Andi Lynch (KCOM Department of Microbiology/Immunology); “Pheromone Diversity in Staphylococcus;” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program; $5,000; 09/01/04-08/31/06.

 

Chamberlain, Neal R., PhD (KCOM Department of Microbiology/Immunology) and D. Fred Peterson, PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Effect of Total Tooth Extraction in Patients with Severe Periodontal Disease on Serum C-Reactive Protein Levels;” Prodental; $17,435; 06/01/04-05/31/05.

 

Chamberlain, Neal R., PhD (KCOM Department of Microbiology/Immunology), and Timothy P. Geisbuhler, PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Purification and Characterization of Novel Pheromones from Staphylococcus Epidermidis;” Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund; $4,000; 07/01/04-06/30/06.

 

*Cleaver, Lloyd, DO, FAOCD (KCOM Department of Alumni Issues and Continuing Osteopathic Medical Education); “Northeast Missouri Medical Reserve Corps—Year 2;” Office of Public Health and Science; $50,000; 09/30/04-09/29/05.

 

Cox, James, PhD, and Adam Bell (KCOM Department of Biochemistry); “Cysteine Protease Involvement in Angiogenesis,” KCOM Biomedical Science Program; $5,000; 05/24/04-08/01/06.

 

Darmani, Nissar, PhD, (KCOM Department of Pharmacology), “Mechanisms of Cannabinoid’s Antiemetic Actions;” National Institutes of Health; $189,050; 09/28/04-08/31/05.

 

* Degenhardt, Brian F., DO (KCOM Assistant Vice President for Osteopathic Research) and Liane M. Muller, DO (KCOM Department of OMM); “Effect of OMT on Heart Rate Variability in Post-Myocardial Infarction Patients;” KCOM Strategic Research Initiative; $7,200; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

Fleschner, C. R., PhD (KCOM Department of Biochemistry); "Lens Plasma Membrane-Cytoskeleton in Selenite Cataract Year—02;" National Institutes of Health; $35,812; 06/01/04-05/31/05.

 

*Fountain, Doris, RN, CDE (KCOM Department of Neurobehavioral Sciences); "Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center-Year 20;" Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services; $50,780; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

French, Michael (KCOM AHEC Program Office); “Health Care Delivery Systems Development;” Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services; $700,000; 07/01/04-05/31/05.

 

French, Michael (KCOM AHEC Program Office); “Missouri Comprehensive Advanced Life Support Training Program;” Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services; $42,000; 04/01/04-08/31/05.

 

French, Michael (KCOM AHEC Program Office); “Missouri Comprehensive Advanced Life Support Training Program;” Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services; $100,000; 09/01/04-08/31/05.

 

Gaber, Ron, EdS (ATSU Vice President/Dean of Students), Joshua Botdorf and Jeremy Selley (KCOM Class of 2006); “SGA National Leadership Travel Endowment;” KOAA/KCOM Education Program Fund; $1,250; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

Geisbuhler, Timothy P., PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Nuclear Factor kappa-B Activation During Anoxia/Reoxygenation in Adult Cardiac Myocytes: Protective Effects of Steroids;” Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund; $4,000; 07/01/04-06/30/06.

 

Geisbuhler, Timothy P., PhD, and Meghan Van Rhein (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Does Resting Calcium Influx Promote Cell Death?” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program; $5,000; 07/21/04-07/31/05.

 

Grant, David and Matthew Ricks (KCOM Class of 2006); Faculty Sponsor, William L. Sexton, PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Impact of Nitric Oxide Synthase Inhibition on Microvascular PO2 Kinetics and Force Production in Skeletal Muscle;” F. Herbert Fields, DO, Memorial Research Fund; $4,000; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

*Haxton, Jason, MA, (A.T. Still National Osteopathic Museum); “The Healer Within You Educational Program: Enhancing Lifelong Learning;” Institute of Museum and Library Services; $104,540; 10/01/04-09/30/06.

 

Head, Janet, EdD(c), MS, RN (KCOM AHEC Program Office); “Consortium Agreement: St. Louis University—The Missouri Gateway Geriatric Education Center;” St. Louis University/Health Resources and Services Administration; $10,800; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

Head, Janet A., EdD(c), MS, RN, and Michael French (KCOM AHEC Program Office); “Model State Supported AHEC;” Health Resources and Services Administration; $259,629; 09/30/04-08/31/05.

 

Jorden, Steven, MA, (ATSU Office of Student Financial Assistance); “Federal Work Study Program—Year 18;” U.S. Department of Education; $250,000; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

Jorden, Steven, MA (ATSU Office of Student Financial Assistance); “Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students: Osteopathic Medicine—Year 13;” Health Resources and Services Administration; $181,163; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

Loguda-Summers, Debra, and Jason Haxton, MA (A.T. Still National Osteopathic Museum); "Inventory and Computerization of Still National Osteopathic Museum Artifacts and Records;" Missouri Historical Records Grant Program; $4,586; 05/01/04-03/01/05.

 

Loguda-Summers, Debra (A.T. Still National Osteopathic Museum); “Inventory, Digitalization, and Computerization of Still National Osteopathic Museum Artifacts and Records;” Richard S. Brownlee Fund, $500; 11/01/04-10/31/05.

 

Malloy, Seth (KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program); Faculty Sponsor, William L. Sexton, PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Hollister-KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship;” Hollister, Inc.; $15,700; 08/01/04-07/31/05.

 

Martin, John R., PhD (KCOM Department of Pharmacology) and Timothy Geisbuhler, PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Y Receptor in and Cardiovascular Function from the PHN,” National Institutes of Health—AREA Award; $186,600; 07/01/04-06/30/07.

 

Martin, John R., PhD, and Christopher R. Newey (KCOM Department of Pharmacology); “PHN Influence on Sensitivity of the Baroreflex;” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program; $5,000; 03/01/04-06/01/06.

 

* McGovern, Rene J., PhD (KCOM Department of Neurobehavioral Sciences); “ElderLynk: Seamless Mental Health Care for Rural Elders—Year 3;” Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration/Center for Mental Health Services; $358,783; 09/30/04-09/29/05.

 

* McNabb, Julia E., DO (KCOM Assistant Regional Dean, Missouri Region); "Faculty Development in Primary Care: Family Medicine-Year 3;" Health Resources and Services Administration; $159,153; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

Noll, Donald R., DO, FACOI (KCOM Department of Internal Medicine/Geriatrics); “Enhancement of Audience Response System and Demonstration Project;” KOAA/KCOM Education Program Fund; $3,750; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

* Noll, Donald R., DO, FACOI (KCOM Department of Internal Medicine/Geriatrics) and Brian F. Degenhardt, DO (KCOM Assistant Vice President for Osteopathic Research); "Multi-Center Osteopathic Pneumonia Study in the Elderly—Year 01;" Osteopathic Heritage Foundation of Ohio, Foundation for Osteopathic Health Services, Brentwood Foundation, Muskegan General Osteopathic Foundation, Colorado Springs Osteopathic Foundation, Quad City Osteopathic Foundation, Northwest Oklahoma Osteopathic Foundation, Osteopathic Institute of the South, and the Osteopathic Founders Foundation; $754,458; 03/01/04-02/28/05.

 

Rhodes, Diana C. J., DVM, PhD (KCOM Department of Anatomy); "Effect of Deglycosylation on Tamm-Horsfall Protein’s Interaction with Complement 1q;” Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund; $4,000; 07/01/04-06/30/06.

 

Sargentini, Neil, PhD, and Aaron C. Sigler (KCOM Department of Microbiology/Immunology); “Mapping the Functional Domains of RecN Protein;” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program; $5,000; 06/01/04-05/31/06.

 

Sexton, William L., PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Peripheral Vascular Insufficiency and Skeletal Muscle PO2 on Kinetics;” American Heart Association, Heartland Affiliate; $143,000; 07/01/04-06/30/06.

 

Sexton, William L., PhD (KCOM Department of Physiology); “Peripheral Vascular Insufficiency and Skeletal Muscle PO2 on Kinetics;” Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund; $4,000 (but funds were returned); 07/01/04-06/30/06.

 

* Snider, Karen, DO, and Eric Snider, DO (KCOM Department of OMM) and Brian F. Degenhardt, DO (KCOM Assistant Vice President for Osteopathic Research); "The Effect of OMT on Somatic Dysfunction, Bone Mineral Density, and Degenerative Changes in the Lumbar Spine;" KCOM Strategic Research Initiative; $69,125; 01/15/04-06/30/05.

 

Stuart, Melissa K., PhD (KCOM Department of Microbiology/Immunology); “E. coli Expression of scFv Specific for Eukaryotic EF-1alpha;” Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund; $4,000; 07/01/04-06/30/06.

 

Stuart, Melissa K., PhD, and Kipp Van Meter (KCOM Department of Microbiology/Immunology); “Silencing of EF-1alpha Using Intracellular Antibodies;” KCOM Biomedical Science Program; $5,000; 04/07/04-04/07/06.

 

Theobald, Robert J., Jr., PhD, and Anit Kumar (KCOM Department of Pharmacology); “L-NMMA Effect on Cat Urinary Bladder Function” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program; $5,000; 04/01/04-05/31/05.

 

* Wilson, Margaret A., DO and Mary L. Kennedy, DO (KCOM Department of Family Medicine, Preventive Medicine, and Community Health); “Predoctoral Training in Osteopathic Primary Care—Year 6;” Health Resources and Services Administration; $169,533; 07/01/04-06/30/05.

 

* Wilson, Margaret A., DO (KCOM Department of Family Medicine, Preventive Medicine, and Community Health) and Brian F. Degenhardt, DO (Assistant Vice President for Osteopathic Research); “Academic Administrative Units in Primary Care—Year 3;” Health Resources and Services Administration; $113,400; 09/01/04-08/31/05.

 

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*Written by or with assistance from the Office of Grants and Program Development and/or the Office of Research Support.