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Grants Funded - 2015

(KCOM faculty and staff are listed in bold font)

Ahmad, Zulfiqar, PhD, KCOM Biochemistry, “Molecular Modulation of the Catalytic Sites of Escherichia Coli F1Fo ATP Synthase,” $10,000. Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund. June 2-15-June 2017.

 

Chamberlain, Neal, PhD, and Ally Loveland [student], KCOM Microbiology and Immunology, “Gene Mutation Alteration of Persister Cell Proliferation in Staphylococcus aureus.” KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program. $6,000. April 2015-June 2017.

 

Chang, Yingzi, MD, PhD, KCOM Pharmacology, “Role of SHP2 in MCPIP1-mediated Attenuation of IL-6-induced Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Migration,” $10,000. Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund. June 2-15-June 2017.

 

Cox, James, PhD, KCOM Biochemistry, “Effect of Cystatin Peptide on B16 Melanoma Cells,” Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund. $10,000, June 2-15-June 2017.

 

**Elmsie, Keith, PhD, KCOM Pharmacology, “Excitability of Afferents Evoking the Exercise Pressor Reflex – Year 6 (Penn State subaward to KCOM),” National Institutes of Health - National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases, $179,184, April 2015 – March 2016.

 

*French, Michael F., KCOM AHEC Program, “Missouri Oral Health Workforce Initiative Year 3,” Missouri Department of Health and Senior Service (federal pass through), $100,000, September 2015 – June 2016.

 

** Fountain, Doris, RN, KCOM AHEC Program Office, “Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center – Year 31,” Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, $50,251, July 2015 – June 2016.

 

*Head, Janet, EdD, MS, RN, ATSU Aging Studies Project, “Gateway Geriatric Education Center Workforce Enhancement Program (Saint Louis University subaward to KCOM AHEC),” Health Resources and Services Administration – Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, $209,949, July 2015 – June 2018.

 

*Head, Janet, EdD, MS, RN, KCOM AHEC Program Office, “ATSU – KCOM Point of Service Maintenance and Enhancement – Year 19,” Health Resources and Services Administration, $310,650, September 2015 – August 2016.

 

*Kondrashov, Peter, PhD, KCOM Anatomy, “Development of Clinical Skills in NRMC Residents and Third- and Fourth-Year Osteopathic Medical Students Within a Hands-on Simulation Surgical Skills Lab Using Cadaveric Material,” Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust, $34,000, June 2015 – December 2016.

 

Kondrashova, Tatyana MD, PhD, KCOM Anatomy, and Crystal Coleman OMSIII.  “Developing better understanding of point-of-care ultrasound through the use of a hand-held ultrasound device,” KOAA/KCOM Education Program Funds, $19,600.00, December 2015-December 2016

 

*Loguda Summers, Debra, Museum of Osteopathic Medicine, and Brian Degenhardt, DO, C-NMM/OMM, C-OFP, A.T. Still Research Institute, “The Legacy Project,” Advocates for the American Osteopathic Association, $3,000, January 2015 – June 2016.

 

McAllister, Shannon, OMS I; Seth McIntire, OMS I; Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD, KCOM Family/Preventive Medicine & Community Health, “Making Waves:  Integrating 3D/4D Ultrasound Technology into Medical Education,” ATSU Spark Tank, $5,000, December 2015 – December 2016.


McIntire, Seth, OMS I; Shannon McAllister, OMS I; and Jean Sidwell, MALS, A.T. Still Memorial Library, “3-D Printing and Medical Education,” ATSU Spark Tank, $5,000, December 2015 – December 2016.

 

Rachakatla, Raja, PhD, and Clayton Marolt [student], KCOM Anatomy, “Rabbit Umbilical Cord Stem Cells used for IFN-b Delivery in Pancreatic Cancer.” KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program. $6,000. April 2015-June 2017.

 

Ramaraj, Pandurangan, PhD, and Travis Hohenbery [student],  KCOM Biochemistry, “Effects of Androstendione and Testosterone on Human Melanoma.” KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program. $6,000. April 2015-June 2017.

 

Roland, Jess, OMS I, and Patricia Sexton, DHED, KCOM Family/Preventive Medicine & Community Health, “Let Food be Thy Medicine: Culinary Medicine Elective,” ATSU Spark Tank, $5,000, December 2015 – December 2016.

 

Sargentini, Neil, PhD, and Deborah Hudman, MS, KCOM Microbiology and Immunology, “Survey of Adair County Ticks for Bacterial and Viral Agents of Human Disease, Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund. ” $6,000. June 2015-June 2017.

 

Sargentini, Neil, PhD, and Miri Pannu [student], KCOM Microbiology and Immunology, “Protective Value of Carotenoid Production in S. aureus.” KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program. $6,000. April 2015-June 2017.

 

**Schneider, Robert, DO, FAAFP, KCOM Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine, “Still Caring Health Connection (in affiliation with Volunteers in Medicine) Family Medicine Cares USA,” American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation, $21,986, July 2015 – June 2020.

 

Sexton, William, PhD, KCOM Biomedical Sciences, “Hollister – KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship for 2014-2015,” Hollister Inc., $23,500, July 2014 – June 2015.

 

Sexton, William, PhD, and Sarah Dobard [student], KCOM Biomedical Sciences, “5HT1B/D Receptor Agonists and Their Effects on Coronary Hemodynamics in Rats.” KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program. $6,000. April 2015-June 2017.

 

Sexton, William, PhD, and Spencer Batten [student], KCOM Biomedical Sciences, “Acute Creatine Kinase Inhibition in Type-I and Type-II Skeletal Muscle.” KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program. $6,000. April 2015-June 2017.

 

Sexton, William, PhD, and Victor Maslon [fellow], KCOM Biomedical Sciences, “Preliminary Study of Peel Force of Adhesive Barriers on Facial Skin,” Hollister, Incorporated, $2,000, October 2015 – April 2016

 

Singh, Vineet, PhD, and Mydah Choudhry [student], KCOM Microbiology and Immunology, “Molecular Assessment of Bacterial Species Implicated in Periodontitis.” KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program. $6,000. April 2015-June 2017.

 

Singh, Vineet, PhD, and Robert Ring [student], KCOM Microbiology and Immunology, “Determining the Role of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase on BCFA Metabolism in S. aureus.” KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program. $6,000. April 2015-June 2017.

 

Stuart, Melissa, PhD, KCOM Microbiology and Immunology, “Inflammatory Responses Elicited by Trichomonas tenax in Human Gingival Epithelial Cells,” Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund. $9,714. June 2-15-June 2017.

 

*Wilson, Margaret, DO, and Patricia Sexton, DHEd, FNAOME, KCOM, “Preparing Primary Care Trainees to Transform Health Care Systems – Year 1," Health Resources and Services Administration – Primary Care Training and Enhancement, $240,267, July 2015 -June 2016.

 

Young, Bruce, PhD, KCOM Anatomy, “3-D Reconstruction of the Neural Pathway for Audition in Snakes,” Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund. $9,544. June 2-15-June 2017.

 

Zhou, G. Wayne, PhD, KCOM Biochemistry, “Identify the Predictive Biomarkers for sDILI (severe Drug Induced Liver Injury) Compounds by Using the DAMA Staining Technology,” Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund. $10,000,. June 2-15-June 2017.

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


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