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Grants Funded - 2013

(KCOM faculty and staff are listed in bold font)

Chamberlain, Neal, PhD, and Matthew Springer [Student], KCOM Microbiology/ Immunology, “Investigation of Persister Cell Formation in Staphylococcus aureus,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Chang, Yingzi, PhD, and Brett Holdaway [Student], KCOM Pharmacology, “MCPIP-1 and Adipogenesis,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Chang, Yingzi, PhD, and Joshua Moody [Student], KCOM Pharmacology, “MCPIP-1 Gene Knockout and Hepatic Lipoprotein Secretion,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Cox, James, PhD, and Seth McIntire [Student], KCOM Biochemistry, “A Comparison of Cystatin C Variances Administered Exogenously in the Inhibition of Metastasis of B16-F10 Melanoma Tumors,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Elmslie, Keith S., PhD, KCOM Pharmacology, “Evoking the Exercise Pressor Reflex (subaward through Penn State),” NIH, $134,372, 02/01/13-01/31/14.

 

Elmslie, Keith, PhD, and Tyler Marler [Student], KCOM Pharmacology, “Characterization of Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel 1.9 in Muscle Afferent Neurons,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

**Fountain, Doris, RN, and Barbara Stone, PT, KCOM AHEC Program Office, “Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center, Year 29,” Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, $52,000, July 2013 – June 2014.

 

**French, Michael, and Janet Head, EdD, RN, KCOMAHEC, “Primary Care Resources Initiative for Missouri/Access to Community Care Services (PRIMO/ACCS),” Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, $485,000, July 2013 – June 2014.

 

Geisbuhler, Timothy, PhD, and Sydney Priest [Student], KCOM Physiology, “The Effects of Hawthorn Extract on Antibody-Induced Congenital Heart Block,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.


*Head, Janet, RN, MS, EdD, KCOM AHEC Program Office, “ATSU-KCOM AHEC Point of Service Maintenance and Enhancement,” HRSA, $305,010, Sept 2013–Aug 2014.

 

**Kondrashova, Tatyana, MD, PhD, RDCS, RVT, KCOM Family Medicine, “Role of Ultrasound Training Models in Development of Clinical Reasoning and Diagnostic Skills in 3rd & 4th Year Osteopathic Medical Students and Residents,” Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust, $29,000, July 2013 – June 2014.

 

**Loguda Summers, Debra, Museum of Osteopathic Medicine, and Brian F. Degenhardt, DO, CNMM/OMM, C-OFP, A.T. Still Research Institute, “The Legacy Project,” AAOA Special Projects Fund, $2,000, Jan 2013 – Oct 2013.

 

*Marberry, Kevin, MD, KCOM Surgery, “A Stratified, Post-Market Study of DeNovo NT for Treatment of Femoral and Patellar Articular Cartilage Lesions of the Knee,” Zimmer Orthobiologics, $216,584, 2013 – 2018.

 

Middlemas, David, PhD, and Michael Young [Student], KCOM Pharmacology, “The Effects of Agomelatine on Juvenile Rat Behavior and Hippocampal Cell Development,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Middlemas, David, PhD, and Tyler Nickle [Student], KCOM Pharmacology, “Effect of Chronic Corticosterone-Induced Depression in Pre- and Post-Pubescent Female Rats,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Rachakatla, Raja, PhD, and Shawn Johnson [Student], KCOM Anatomy, “Platelet Rich Plasma and Umbilical Cord Stem Cells for Treating Cartilage Defects,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Sargentini, Neil, PhD, and Muhammad Hussain [Student], KCOM Microbiology/ Immunology, “Role of fis Gene in Radiation Survival of Escherichia coli,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Sargentini, Neil J., PhD, and Deborah A. Hudman. MS, KCOM Microbiology/ Immunology, “Characterization of New Radiation-Sensitive Escherichia coli Mutants for Radiation Survival, Mutagenesis and DNA Recombination Phenotype,” ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund, $4,000, 07/01/13-06/30/15.

 

Sexton, William, PhD, and Ladonna Shaffer [Student], KCOM Physiology, “Roles of eNOS and nNOS on Diaphragm PO2mv Kinetics and Contractile Function,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

Singh, Vineet, PhD, and John Harper [Student], KCOM Microbiology/Immunology, “Multiplex PCR Investigation to Periodontal Pathogens,” KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award, $5,000, 4/1/13-6/28/15.

 

*Snider, Karen, DO, KCOM OMM, “The Effect of Table Trainer Ratios on Student Learning of Cervical Muscle Energy Techniques,” AACOM, $10,000, July 2013 – Jan 2015.

 

*Wilson, Margaret, DO, and Jay Danto, DO, KCOM, and Richard LaBaere II, DO, Still OPTI, “Curriculum and Faculty Development in Evidence-based Medicine, Year 8,” NIH – NCCAM, $208,462, Sept 2013–2014.

 

*Wilson, Margaret, DO, KCOM Dean, and Patricia Sexton, DHEd, “KCOM Predoctoral Training in Primary Care, Year 4,” HRSA, $204,165, July 2013 – June 2014.

 

Zegarra-Parodi, Rafael, DO (Europe), and Brian Degenhardt, DO, C-NMM/OMM, C-OFP, A.T. Still Research Institute, and Peter Park [OMS-I Student], “Peripheral Skin Blood Flow Changes Following Different Controlled Cervical Osteopathic Mobilizations,” $5,211, July 2013 – June 2014.

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* Full proposal development and support provided by the ATSU Sponsored Programs team


** Limited technical support provided by the ATSU Sponsored Programs/Research Support team(s)