Student Activity

This section chronicles the recent achievements of KCOM students.

Honors & Awards



Faculty Activity

Scholarly Activity

Research Publications | Presentations & Abstracts | Books, Chapters & Reviews | Other Publications

Funded Grants

2016

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Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
$19,600 - Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association
Developing better understanding of point-of-care ultrasound through the use of a hand-held ultrasound device. 1/1/2016 thru 12/1/2016

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
Crystal Coleman
$19,600 - Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association
Developing better understanding of point-of-care ultrasound through the use of a hand-held ultrasound device. 1/1/2016 thru 12/1/2016

Yingzi Chang, PhD
Chalen Yang
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Age-Related Lipid Profile Changes in MCPIP1 deficient mice. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Priscilla L Phillips, PhD
Molly Walkenhorst
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Changes in Oral Flora due to Porphyromonas gingivalis Infection During Pregnancy. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Arhum Shahab
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
TreatingStaphylococcus aureus with Oxacillin and Hydrogen Peroxide. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Sherif Hassan, MD, PhD
Ahmer Razzaque
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Role of Thymoquinone Against Atorvastatin-induced Hepatorenal Injury in Mice. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Melissa Stuart, PhD
Stephanie Nachtrab
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Characterization of RadA/Sms Protein by Immunological and Mutational Analyses. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

William Brechue, PhD
Elizabeth Magett
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program
Quantifying First Metatarsal Deficiency and its Relationship to Gait Function. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Zulfiqar Ahmad, PhD
Mason Liu
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences  Program
Role of Safranal and its Derivatives on E. coli ATP Synthase and Cell Growth. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Robert W Baer, PhD
Stuart Kinsey
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
The Role of Cav-1 Expression in CXCL8 Signaling Events in Melanoma. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

David S Middlemas, PhD
Thomas Jackson
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Does Ghrelin Effectively Reduce Depressive-Like Symptoms in Juvenile Rats?. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
Taylor Ernest
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
The Effect of Obesity and Meniscal Damage on the Progression of Osteoarthritis. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
$215,085 - National Institutes of Health – National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
Excitability of Afferents Evoking the Exercise Pressor Reflex – Year 7 (Penn State, Prime; Sub to KCOM). 4/1/2016 thru 3/1/2017

William Brechue, PhD
Alex DuMontier
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Importance of First Metatarsal Loading on Foot Arch Structure and Gait Function. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Yingzi Chang, PhD
Renee Chen
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Role of MCPIP1 in High Insulin-Related Endothelial Dysfunction.. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

William L Sexton, PhD
Scott Cammack
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
IOP Supplementation to Reduce Skeletal Muscle Fatigue.. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Hannah Braungardt
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Carotenoid and Branched Chain Fatty Acid Production in Staphylococcus aureus.. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Zulfiqar Ahmad, PhD
Amon Amini
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Inhibitory Effects of Hydroxytyrosol on Escherichia coli ATP Synthase.. 4/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Karen T Snider, DOTatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
Shalini Bhatia, ATSU Research Support
$1,095 - Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Ultrasound Evaluation of the Effect of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment on Sacral Base Asymmetry. 6/1/2016 thru 5/1/2017

Robert D Ligorsky, DO, MACOI, FACP, FAHA
$1,000 - Ethicon
Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine Class of 2018: New Student Workshops. 6/1/2016 thru 6/1/2017

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$248,347 - Health Resources and Services Administration – Primary Care Training and Enhancement
Preparing Primary Care Trainees to Transform Health Care Systems - Year 2. 7/1/2016 thru 6/1/2017

Vineet K Singh, PhD
$10,000 - Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Determination of the Role of Staphyloccocal Ear in Antibiotic Resistance and Virulence. 7/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

David S Middlemas, PhDTim D Ostrowski, PhD
$10,000 - Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Does Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) have Anti-depressant Effects on Juvenile Rodents?. 7/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
Shannon McAllister, OMS II
$6,374 - Northeast Missouri Charitable Trust
Development of Guided Knee Injection Skills in Second, Third and Fourth Year Osteopathic Medical Students and Residents Using a Knee Ultrasound Training Model. 7/1/2016 thru 7/1/2016

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
$6,374 - Northeast Missouri osteopathic charitable trust
Development of Ultrasound-Guided Knee Injection Skills in Second, Third, and Fourth Year Osteopathic Medical Students and Residents Using a Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Training Model of the Knee. 7/1/2016 thru 6/1/2017

Janet A Head, EdD
$69,972 - Health Resources and Services Administration
Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program, Year 2 (St. Louis University Prime, Sub to KCOM). 7/1/2016 thru 6/1/2017

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhDWilliam Brechue, PhD
$10,000 - Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Regulation of Stretch-Induced Ion Movements in Myocardium. 7/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Raja S Rachakatla, PhD
Karsen Adams
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Differentiation of Rabbit Umbilical Cord Stem Cells to Cardiomyocytes.. 7/1/2016 thru 6/1/2018

Janet A Head, EdD
$316,314 - Health Resources and Services Administration
ATSU – KCOM Point of Service Maintenance & Enhancement, Year 20. 9/1/2016 thru 8/1/2017

2015

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William L Sexton, PhD
$23,500 - Hollister Inc
Hollister – KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship for 2014-2015. 7/1/2014 thru 6/1/2015

Debra Loguda SummersBrian F Degenhardt, DO
$3,000 - Advocates for the American Osteopathic Association
The Legacy Project,” Advocates for the American Osteopathic Association. 1/1/2015 thru 6/1/2016

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Robert Ring
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Determining the Role of Pyruvate Dehydrogenase on BCFA Metabolism in S. aureus. 4/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Mydah Choudhry
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Molecular Assessment of Bacterial Species Implicated in Periodontitis. 4/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

William L Sexton, PhD
Spencer Batten
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Acute Creatine Kinase Inhibition in Type-I and Type-II Skeletal Muscle. 4/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

William L Sexton, PhD
Sarah Dobard
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
5HT1B/D Receptor Agonists and Their Effects on Coronary Hemodynamics in Rats.. 4/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Miri Pannu
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Protective Value of Carotenoid Production in S. aureus. 4/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Pandurangan Ramaraj, PhD
Travis Hohenbery
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Effects of Androstendione and Testosterone on Human Melanoma. 4/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Raja S Rachakatla, PhD
Clayton Marolt
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Rabbit Umbilical Cord Stem Cells used for IFN-b Delivery in Pancreatic Cancer. 4/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
$179,184 - National Institutes of Health - National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
Excitability of Afferents Evoking the Exercise Pressor Reflex – Year 6 (Penn State subaward to KCOM). 4/1/2015 thru 3/1/2016

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Ally Loveland
$6,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Gene Mutation Alteration of Persister Cell Proliferation in Staphylococcus aureus. 4/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Bruce Young, PhD
$9,544 - Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
3-D Reconstruction of the Neural Pathway for Audition in Snakes. 6/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Deborah A Hudman, MS
$6,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Survey of Adair County Ticks for Bacterial and Viral Agents of Human Disease. 6/1/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
$34,000 - Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust
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. 6/1/2015 thru 12/1/2016

$10,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Identify the Predictive Biomarkers for sDILI (severe Drug Induced Liver Injury) Compounds by Using the DAMA Staining Technology. 6/2/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Melissa Stuart, PhD
$9,714 - Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Inflammatory Responses Elicited by Trichomonas tenax in Human Gingival Epithelial Cells. 6/2/2015 thru 6/1/2017

James Cox, PhD
$10,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Effect of Cystatin Peptide on B16 Melanoma Cells. 6/2/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Yingzi Chang, PhD
$10,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Role of SHP2 in MCPIP1-mediated Attenuation of IL-6-induced Vascular Smooth Muscle Cell Migration. 6/2/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Zulfiqar Ahmad, PhD
$10,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and the ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Molecular Modulation of the Catalytic Sites of Escherichia Coli F1Fo ATP Synthase. 6/2/2015 thru 6/1/2017

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$240,267 - Health Resources and Services Administration – Primary Care Training and Enhancement
Preparing Primary Care Trainees to Transform Health Care Systems – Year 1. 7/1/2015 thru 6/1/2016

Robert Schneider, DO
$21,986 - American Academy of Family Physicians Foundation
Still Caring Health Connection (in affiliation with Volunteers in Medicine) Family Medicine Cares USA. 7/1/2015 thru 6/1/2020

Janet A Head, EdD
$209,949 - Health Resources and Services Administration – Geriatric Workforce Enhancement Program
Gateway Geriatric Education Center Workforce Enhancement Program (Saint Louis University subaward to KCOM AHEC). 7/1/2015 thru 6/1/2018

Doris Fountain, RN
$50,251 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center – Year 31. 7/1/2015 thru 6/1/2016

Janet A Head, EdD
$310,650 - Health Resources and Services Administration
ATSU – KCOM Point of Service Maintenance and Enhancement – Year 19. 9/1/2015 thru 8/1/2016

Michael F French, BS
$100,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Service (federal pass through)
Missouri Oral Health Workforce Initiative Year 3. 9/1/2015 thru 6/1/2016

William L Sexton, PhD
Victor Maslon
$2,000 - Hollister, Incorporated
Preliminary Study of Peel Force of Adhesive Barriers on Facial Skin. 10/1/2015 thru 4/1/2016

Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
Jess Roland, OMS I
$5,000 - ATSU Spark Tank
Let Food be Thy Medicine: Culinary Medicine Elective. 12/1/2015 thru 12/1/2016

Seth McIntire, OMS I Shannon McAllister, OMS I Jean Sidwell, MALS
$5,000 - ATSU Spark Tank
3-D Printing and Medical Education. 12/1/2015 thru 12/1/2016

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
Shannon McAllister OMS I Seth McIntire OMS I
$5,000 - ATSU Spark Tank
Making Waves: Integrating 3D/4D Ultrasound Technology into Medical Education. 12/1/2015 thru 12/1/2016

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
$19,600 - KOAA/KCOM Education Program Funds
Developing better understanding of point-of-care ultrasound through the use of a hand-held ultrasound device. 12/1/2015 thru 12/1/2016

2014

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Keith S Elmslie, PhD
Andrew Wright
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
The Mechanism by which Bradykinin Enhances Afferent Excitability. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Melissa Stuart, PhD
Nicole Lighthouse
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Monoclonal Antibodies to Trichomonas vaginalis Glycogen Phosphorylases. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Melissa Stuart, PhD
Emily Govro
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Macrophage Differentiation and Cytokine Production in Response to T. tenax. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Karen T Snider, DO
Jane Johnson MA
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
The Effect of Table Trainer Ratios on Student Learning of Cervical Muscle Energy Techniques. 1/1/2014 thru 12/1/2014

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Kyle Baum
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Determining the Regulation Pattern of Msr genes in Staphylococcus aureus. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

William L Sexton, PhD
$8,950 - KOAA/KCOM
Visualization of Cardiac Function using Real-Time Ultrasound and ECG. 1/1/2014 thru 12/1/2014

William L Sexton, PhD
Travis Rath
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effect of Exercise Training on Diaphragm Function in Rats with Type-I Diabetes. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

William L Sexton, PhD
Joshua Buell
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effects of Enalapril on PiO2 and Contractile Function in the EDL of Diabetic Rats. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Kevin Marberry MD Brandon Baccari
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effect of Estrogen Replacement Therapy on Cartilage Damage in Ovariectomized Rats. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Yingzi Chang, PhD
Jessica Sedinkin
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Role of MCPIP1 in Control of Hepatic Lipid Handling. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Yingzi Chang, PhD
Chaitasi Naik
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
The Role of MCPIP1 in Migration and Proliferation of Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Ricana Clifton
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Persistence Inducing Factor Characterization in Staphylococcus epidermidis RP62A. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Danni Habtu
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Investigation into Induction of Persistence in Staphylococcus aureus. 1/1/2014 thru 1/1/2016

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
$127,718 - National Institutes of Health
Excitability of Afferents Evoking the Exercise Pressor Reflux – Year 5 (Penn State subaward to KCOM). 2/1/2014 thru 1/1/2015

Vineet K Singh, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Impact of Branch-Chain Fatty Acids on Staphylococcal Physiology and Antimicrobial Susceptibilities. 6/1/2014 thru 5/31/2016

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Inder Raj S. Makin, MD, PhD, SOMA Marc Shlossman, DMD, ASDOH Dale De Wan, DMD, MS, MOSDOH
$27,000 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
A Rapid PCR Assay for Periodontal Bacteria. 6/1/2014 thru 5/31/2015

Deborah A Hudman, MS
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Survey of Adair County Ticks for Bacterial Agents of Human Disease. 6/1/2014 thru 5/31/2016

David S Middlemas, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Requirement of Ovarian Hormones in Corticosterone Induced Depressive-like Behavior. 6/1/2014 thru 5/1/2016

Brian F Degenhardt, DO
Jane Johnson MA
$10,250 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund (SRF)
Patient-reported Side Effects of Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment. 6/1/2014 thru 5/1/2015

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$194,808 - Health Resources and Services Administration
KCOM Predoctoral Training in Primary Care, Year 5. 7/1/2014 thru 6/1/2015

William L Sexton, PhD
$23,500 - Hollister Inc.
Hollister – KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship for 2014-2015. 7/1/2014 thru 6/1/2015

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
$16,000 - Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust
Development of Clinical Skills in NRMC Residents and Third- and Fourth-Year Osteopathic Medical Students with a Hands-on Simulation Surgical Skills Lab Using Cadaveric Material. 7/1/2014 thru 12/1/2015

Doris Fountain, RN
Barbara Stone PT
$49,931 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center – Year 30. 7/1/2014 thru 6/1/2015

Brian F Degenhardt, DO
Jane Johnson
$35,000 - American Academy of Osteopathy – Louisa Burns Osteopathic Research Committee
Patient-reported Adverse Effects from Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment. 7/1/2014 thru 6/1/2016

Eric Snider, DO
Brian Peternell KCOM OGME II
$10,000 - American Osteopathic Association – Research Fellowship Program
A 3D Infrared Kinematic Method of Detection of Inherent Slow Rythmic Cranial Motion in Humans. 8/1/2014 thru 7/1/2015

Kelly Burchett, DO
Lindsay Peckskamp KCOM OGME II
$8,250 - American Osteopathic Association – Research Fellowship Program
Assessment of ENT Knowledge in Osteopathic Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, and Pediatric Residents and Medical Students. 8/1/2014 thru 7/1/2015

Janet A Head, EdD
$306,000 - Health Resources and Services Administration
ATSU-KCOM Point of Service Maintenance and Enhancement – Year 18. 9/1/2014 thru 8/1/2015

Michael F French, BS
$100,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Missouri Oral Health Workforce Initiative – Year 2. 9/1/2014 thru 8/1/2015

Debra Loguda SummersBrian F Degenhardt, DO
$3,000 - Advocates for the American Osteopathic Association
The Legacy Project. 1/1/2015 thru 6/1/2016

2013

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Karen T Snider, DO
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
The Effect of Table Trainer Ratios on Student Learning of Cervical Muscle Energy Techniques. 1/1/2013 thru 12/1/2013

David S Middlemas, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Serotonergic and Melatonin Agonists in Juvenile Depression. 1/1/2013 thru 12/1/2013

Kevin Marberry MD
$216,584 - Zimmer Orthobiologics
A Stratified, Post-Market Study of DeNovo NT for Treatment of Femoral and Patellar Articular Cartilage Lesions of the Knee. 1/1/2013 thru 1/1/2018

Debra Loguda SummersBrian F Degenhardt, DO
$7,200 - AAOA Special Projects Fund
The Legacy Project. 1/1/2013 thru 10/1/2013

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
$134,372 - NIH
Evoking the Exercise Pressor Reflex (subaward through Penn State). 2/1/2013 thru 1/31/2014

Vineet K Singh, PhD
John Harper
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Multiplex PCR Investigation to Periodontal Pathogens. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

William L Sexton, PhD
Ladonna Shaffer
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Roles of eNOS and nNOS on Diaphragm PO2mv Kinetics and Contractile Function. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

Muhammad Hussain
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Role of fis Gene in Radiation Survival of Escherichia coli. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

Raja S Rachakatla, PhD
Shawn Johnson
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Platelet Rich Plasma and Umbilical Cord Stem Cells for Treating Cartilage Defects. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

David S Middlemas, PhD
Tyler Nickle
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effect of Chronic Corticosterone-Induced Depression in Pre- and Post-Pubescent Female Rats. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

David S Middlemas, PhD
Michael Young
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
The Effects of Agomelatine on Juvenile Rat Behavior and Hippocampal Cell Development. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhD
Sydney Priest
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
The Effects of Hawthorn Extract on Antibody-Induced Congenital Heart Block. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
Tyler Marler
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Characterization of Voltage-Gated Sodium Channel 1.9 in Muscle Afferent Neurons. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

James Cox, PhD
Seth McIntire
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
A Comparison of Cystatin C Variances Administered Exogenously in the Inhibition of Metastasis of B16-F10 Melanoma Tumors. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

Yingzi Chang, PhD
Joshua Moody
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
MCPIP-1 Gene Knockout and Hepatic Lipoprotein Secretion. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

Yingzi Chang, PhD
Brett Holdaway
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
MCPIP-1 and Adipogenesis. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Matthew Springer
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Investigation of Persister Cell Formation in Staphylococcus aureus. 4/1/2013 thru 6/28/2015

Brian F Degenhardt, DO
Rafael Zegarra-Parodi DO (Europe) Peter Park OMS-I
$5,211 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Peripheral Skin Blood Flow Changes Following Different Controlled Cervical Osteopathic Mobilizations. 7/1/2013 thru 6/1/2014

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$204,165 - HRSA
KCOM Predoctoral Training in Primary Care, Year 4. 7/1/2013 thru 6/1/2014

Karen T Snider, DO
$10,000 - AACOM
The Effect of Table Trainer Ratios on Student Learning of Cervical Muscle Energy Techniques. 7/1/2013 thru 1/1/2015

Deborah A Hudman, MS
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Characterization of New Radiation-Sensitive Escherichia coli Mutants for Radiation Survival, Mutagenesis and DNA Recombination Phenotype. 7/1/2013 thru 6/30/2015

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
$29,000 - Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust
Role of Ultrasound Training Models in Development of Clinical Reasoning and Diagnostic Skills in 3rd & 4th Year Osteopathic Medical Students and Residents. 7/1/2013 thru 6/1/2014

Michael F French, BSJanet A Head, EdD
$485,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Primary Care Resources Initiative for Missouri/Access to Community Care Services (PRIMO/ACCS). 7/1/2013 thru 6/1/2014

Doris Fountain, RN
Barbara Stone, PT
$52,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center, Year 29. 7/1/2013 thru 6/1/2014

Margaret Wilson, DORichard J LaBaere, II., DO
Jay Danto DO, KCOM
$208,462 - NIH - NCCAM
Curriculum and Faculty Development in Evidence-based Medicine, Year 8. 9/1/2013 thru 9/1/2014

Janet A Head, EdD
$305,010 - HRSA
ATSU-KCOM AHEC Point of Service Maintenance and Enhancement. 9/1/2013 thru 8/1/2014

Michael F French, BS
$100,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Missouri Oral Health Workforce Initiative. 10/1/2013 thru 8/1/2014

2012

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Keith S Elmslie, PhD
$45,474 - NIH
Diversity in Health-related Research (subaward through Penn State). 2/1/2012 thru 1/31/2013

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
$141,908 - NIH
Evoking the Exercise Pressor Reflex (subaward through Penn State). 2/1/2012 thru 1/31/2013

Jeffrey A Suzewits, DO, MPH, FAAFP
$500 - AACOM
Factors Affecting Osteopathic Residency Choices (collaboration with Ohio University, Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine). 4/1/2012 thru 12/31/2012

Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
Jessica Lapinski, OMS I
$10,000 - AACOM
Enhancing LGBT Acceptance in Osteopathic Medical Schools: A Pilot Curricular Program. 4/1/2012 thru 9/30/2013

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhDMargaret Wilson, DO
$5,000 - AACOM
Impact of Early Ultrasound Education on Development of Clinical Reasoning Skills During First Two Years of Osteopathic Medical Education Through the Use of Phantoms & Standardized Patients. 4/1/2012 thru 9/30/2013

Esitima Udonkang
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Radiation survival and mutagenesis in Esherichia coli antibiotic persisters. 4/20/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhDMargaret Wilson, DO
$5,000 - AACOM
Impact of Early Ultrasound Education on Development of Clinical Reasoning Skills During First Two Years of Osteopathic Medical Education Through the Use of Phantoms & Standardized Patients. 5/1/2012 thru 11/30/2013

Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
$2,090 - KOAA
Junior Faculty Scholars Track. 6/1/2012 thru 6/1/2013

Janet A Head, EdD
$16,086 - Subcontract from MU
Primary Care Resource Initiative for MO (PRIMO), MO AHEC, Healthcare Delivery System Development. 6/1/2012 thru 6/1/2013

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$247,343 - HRSA
KCOM Predoctoral Training in Primary Care – Year 3. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2013

Karen T Snider, DORobert Schneider, DOEric Snider, DO
Charles W. Lenhardt, DO
$3,160 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Correlation of Somatic Dysfunction with Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Findings. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2013

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Inder Raj S. Makin, MD, PhD Marc Shlossman, DMD
$9,000 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Development of Culture Capability and a Rapid PCR Assay for Periodontal Bacteria. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2013

William L Sexton, PhD
$22,150 - Hollister Inc.
Hollister-KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship for 2012-2013. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2013

Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
$1,200 - KOAA
KCOM Bioethics Elective. 7/1/2012 thru 6/1/2013

Rachel Ruhlen, PhD Kevin Marberry, MD
$16,947 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Joint Mobilization in an In Vivo Model of Posttraumatic Osteoarthritis. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2013

Rachel Ruhlen, PhD Kevin Marberry, MD
$17,287 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Cyclic Pressure On In Vitro Models of Posttraumatic Osteoarthritis. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2013

Rachel Ruhlen, PhD
$2,700 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Exercise, Estrogen, Inflammation, and Breast Cancer. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Pandurangan Ramaraj, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Effect of Progesterone and its Receptor Antagonist RU-486 on In-Vitro Melanoma. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Raja S Rachakatla, PhD
Kevin Marberry, MD
$18,750 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Platelet Rich Plasma and Rabbit Umbilical Cord Stem Cells Transplantation for Articular Cartilage Repair in Cartilage Defect Rabbit Models. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2013

Robert W Baer, PhD
Anthony Phan
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Characterizing the Caveolin-1-Protein Kinase C Interaction in Human Melanoma. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Raja S Rachakatla, PhD
Drew Perugino
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Combination of Radiotherapy with IFN-β UMCS Cells to Reduce Metastatic Breast Cancer. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
Michael McIntyre
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Histological Classification of the Lateral Patellofemoral Ligament. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Pandurangan Ramaraj, PhD
Douglas Leder
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effect of Mifepristone (RU-486) on In Vitro Functions of Human Melanoma BLM Cells. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Kenneth Lam, ScD, ATC Tamara C. Valovich McLeod, PhD, ATC Kevin Marberry, MD
$22,093 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Lower Extremity Injuries in Adolescent Athletes: A Whole Person Investigation. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2013

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhD
Gavin Huber
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Hydroxysafflor Yellow A: A Possible Cardioprotective Agent Against Ischemia. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Ryan Hart
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
A Study of the Factors Inducing Persistence in Staphylococcus epidermis. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Kevin Marberry, MD Zachary Ginsburg
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effect of Ovarian Hormones on Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis in a Female Rat Model. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Rick Fleschner, PhD
Michael Foreman
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Plasma Membrane Proteins in the Selenite Cataract. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Yingzi Chang, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
The Role of MCPIP-1 in Pathogenesis of Type II Diabetes. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
$1,189 - KOAA
Development of Interactive Multi-touch Multimedia iPad-friendly i-Handouts for KCOM Students. 7/1/2012 thru 6/1/2013

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
James Baxter
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Coexpression of Metabolic Receptors/Channels in Muscle Afferent Neurons. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

William L Sexton, PhD
Anderson Talon
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Interaction of Diabetes, Insulin and Exercise on Muscle during Chronic Low Blood Flow. 7/1/2012 thru 6/30/2014

Rachel Ruhlen, PhD Ryan Hayes
$10,000 - AOA Fellowship Program
Manual Therapy and Exercise to Prevent Post-traumatic Osteoarthritis in a Rat Model of Impact Injury. 8/1/2012 thru 7/1/2013

Debra Loguda SummersBrian F Degenhardt, DO
$7,200 - The Cranial Academy Foundation
The Legacy Project. 9/1/2012 thru 4/1/2013

Stephen D Laird, DO, MHPE, FACOSJeffrey A Suzewits, DO, MPH, FAAFP
$212,806 - NIH – NCCAM
Curriculum and Faculty Development in Evidence-based Medicine. 9/1/2012 thru 9/1/2013

Jeremy Houser, PhDBrian F Degenhardt, DO
Jonathon Kirsch, DO Cheri Hodges, DPT Tamara C. Valovich McLeod, PhD Jane C. Johnson, (ATSU Research Support)
$50,000 - AOA
Investigating Objective Functional Characteristics to Differentiate Subgroups in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients. 9/1/2012 thru 8/1/2014

Janet A Head, EdD
$274,281 - HRSA
ATSU-KCOM AHEC Point of Service Maintenance and Enhancement – Year 16. 9/1/2012 thru 8/1/2013

Brian F Degenhardt, DOKelly Halma, DO
$50,000 - AOA
Use and Effectiveness of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine in the Clinical Setting. 9/1/2012 thru 8/1/2014

Doris Fountain, RN
Barbara Stone, PT
$10,500 - University of Missouri-Columbia Regional Arthritis Center Prevention and Public Health Fund
Chronic Disease Self-Management Education. 10/1/2012 thru 8/1/2013

Doris Fountain, RN
$38,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center, Year 28-32. 11/1/2012 thru 6/1/2013

2011

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Michael F French, BS
$50,000 - Missouri Primary Care Association
Missouri SEARCH (Student Resident Experience in Rotations in Community Health. 10/1/2010 thru 9/30/2012

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
$132,877 - National Institutes of Health
Excitability of Afferents Evoking the Exercise Pressor Reflex (subcontract with Penn State Univ.). 2/1/2011 thru 1/31/2012

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Trintje Johansson
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Characterization of Four Methionine Sulfoxide Reductases in Staphylococcus aureus. 4/1/2011 thru 6/30/2012

William L Sexton, PhD
Tyler Robertson
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effect of Exercise Training on Muscle Function and During Acute Femoral Artery Ligation. 4/1/2011 thru 6/30/2012

William L Sexton, PhD
Russell R. Lambert
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
The Effects of Creatine Kinase Inhibition on Muscle Function in Low QO2 States. 4/1/2011 thru 6/30/2012

Rachel L Ruhlen, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo Research Awards
Exercise Prevention of Breast Cancer in a Rat Model. 6/1/2011 thru 5/31/2013

Eric Snider, DO
Ruhlen, Rachel, PhD Kevin Marberry, MD
$5,000 - Strategic Research Fund Grant Award
Establishing a Female Rat Model of Joint Injury and Post-traumatic Osteoarthritis. 6/1/2011 thru 5/31/2012

David S Middlemas, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo Research Awards
Development of a Rodent Juvenile Model of Depression. 6/1/2011 thru 5/31/2013

James Cox, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo Research Awards
Inhibition of Melanoma Metastasis by Cystatin C Effects on Cell Signaling. 6/1/2011 thru 5/31/2013

Yingzi Chang, PhD
$4,000 - ATSU Warner/Fermaturo Research Awards
Effects of MCPIP-1 on PDGF/IL-6-Stimulated Smooth Muscle Cell Migration and Proliferation. 6/1/2011 thru 5/31/2013

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$235,092 - HRSA
KCOM Predoctoral Training in Primary Care – Year 2. 7/1/2011 thru 6/30/2012

William L Sexton, PhD
$22,150 - Hollister Inc.
Hollister-KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship for 2011-2012. 7/1/2011 thru 8/31/2012

Patricia S Sexton, DHEdMargaret Wilson, DO
$1,290 - KOAA-KCOM Education Program Fund
Educational Materials for Medical Elective Courses: Hospice/End of Life and Rural, Remote, and Global Health. 7/1/2011 thru 6/30/2012

Patricia S Sexton, DHEdMargaret Wilson, DO
$850 - KOAA-KCOM Education Program Fund
Improving Medical Humanities Resources. 7/1/2011 thru 6/30/2012

Raja S Rachakatla, PhD
Kelsey Davis
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Umbilical Cord Stem Cells as a Drug Delivery Vehicle for Melanoma Treatment. 7/1/2011 thru 6/30/2013

Raja S Rachakatla, PhD
Ashley Reuter
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Neural Stem Cells as a Drug Delivery Vehicle for Human Breast Cancer. 7/1/2011 thru 6/30/2013

Doris Fountain, RN
$53,067 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center – Year 27. 7/1/2011 thru 6/30/2012

Brian F Degenhardt, DO
Samuel Engemann, OMS II
$10,000 - AOA Research Fellowship
Improving Medical Student Accuracy and Reliability Performing Pelvic Positional Asymmetry Tests Through Consensus Training and Objective Feedback. 8/1/2011 thru 7/31/2012

Kelly Burchett, DO
Morgan Yost, DO
$7,000 - AOA Research Fellowship
Burnout among Osteopathic Otolaryngology Residents: Identification, Prevention, and Treatment during Formative Training Years. 8/11/2011 thru 7/31/2012

Jeremy Houser, PhDBrian F Degenhardt, DO
Jonathon Kirsch, DO Cheri Hodges, DPT Tamara C. Valovich McLeod, PhD, ATC Jane C. Johnson (ATSU Research Support)
$100,000 - AOA
Investigating Objective Functional Characteristics to Differentiate Subgroups in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients. 9/1/2011 thru 8/31/2013

Janet A Head, EdD
$300,387 - HRSA
Model State-Supported AHEC - Year 15. 9/1/2011 thru 8/31/2012

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
$15,212 - NIH – NIAMS
Research Supplement to Promote Diversity in Health-related Research. 9/1/2011 thru 1/31/2012

Brian F Degenhardt, DOKelly Halma, DO
Jane C. Johnson (ATSU Research Support)
$100,000 - AOA
Use and Effectiveness of Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine in the Clinical Setting. 9/1/2011 thru 8/31/2013

Stephen D Laird, DO, MHPE, FACOSJeffrey A Suzewits, DO, MPH, FAAFPJohn George, PhD
$210,490 - NIH – NCCAM
Curriculum and Faculty Development in Evidence-based Medicine - Year 6. 9/30/2011 thru 9/29/2012

William L Sexton, PhD
Evan Krueger, OMS III
$2,000 - Hollister Inc.
Preliminary Study of Peel Force and Discomfort of Removal in Various Adhesive Barriers and Widths. 10/1/2011 thru 12/31/2011

2010

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William L Sexton, PhD
$3,100 - Hollister, Inc.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of ActiFlo Catheters in Living Subjects. 10/1/2009 thru 9/30/2010

William L Sexton, PhD
$22,150 - Hollister Inc.
Hollister-KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship for 2010-2011. 1/1/2010 thru 1/1/2011

Yingzi Chang, PhD
Nicholas Quinn ( KCOM Pharmacology)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
The Effect of Simvistatin on Vascular Injury Induced Neointimal Formation. 1/15/2010 thru 6/30/2011

Doug Blansit, MPS, MLISDebra Loguda Summers
$30,577 - Missouri State Library
Transcription & Digitization of the A. T. Still, MD, DO, Papers and the American School of Osteopathy Documents ca. 1892-1924. 2/1/2010 thru 1/31/2011

Robert J Theobald, Jr., PhD
Jason Beck (KCOM Pharmacology)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Role of Nerve Growth Factor in a Feline Model of Bladder Inflammation. 2/5/2010 thru 6/30/2011

Karen T Snider, DO
$5,000 - AACOM Medical Education Research Mini-Grant Program
Frequency of Counterstrain Tender Points in Osteopathic Medical Students. 3/1/2010 thru 8/31/2011

Debra Loguda Summers
$1,000 - Auxillary Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons DO Care Fund
Digitization of the American School of Osteopathy Postcard Collection. 4/1/2010 thru 3/31/2011

Nadira Adatia (KCOM Microbiology/Immunology)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Genetic Control of Recombinational Repair in UV and X Irradiated E. coli. 4/1/2010 thru 6/30/2012

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhD
Amelia Keeslar ( KCOM Physiology)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Cannabinoid Use in Cardioprotection. 5/1/2010 thru 6/30/2012

James Cox, PhD
Joseph Thompson (KCOM Biochemistry)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Role of Cystatin C on B16 Tumor Cell Motility. 5/1/2010 thru 6/30/2012

Robert W Baer, PhD
Meaghan Raney (KCOM Physiology)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Role of CXCR4 and CXCR7 in Melanoma Migration. 5/1/2010 thru 6/30/2012

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhD
Aaron Frey ( KCOM Physiology)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
The Effects of Hawthorn Extract on Coronary Flow in the Isolated Perfused Rat Heart. 5/20/2010 thru 6/30/2012

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhD
Matthew Brink (KCOM Physiology)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effect of Hawthorn on Performance of an Ischemic Isolated Perfused Working Heart. 6/1/2010 thru 6/30/2012

Vineet K Singh, PhD
$308,874 - NIH – National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
Significance of Four Methionine Sulfoxide Reductases in Staphylococcus aureus. 7/1/2010 thru 6/30/2013

Doris Fountain, RN
$51,062 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center–Year 26. 7/1/2010 thru 6/30/2011

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$300,000 - HRSA
Educational Technology for Clinical Skills Training in Family Medicine. 9/1/2010 thru 8/31/2011

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$1,113,310 - HRSA
KCOM Predoctoral Training in Primary Care. 9/1/2010 thru 6/30/2015

Janet A Head, EdD
$297,045 - Health Resources and Services Administration
Point of Service Maintenance and Enhancement Program, Model State-Supported AHEC – Year 14. 9/1/2010 thru 8/31/2011

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Brian Draper, OMS IV
$10,000 - AOA
Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment: Assessing Medical Student Beliefs about OMT Before Entering Medical School to their Utilization of OMT in their Clinical Practice. 9/1/2010 thru 8/31/2011

Lary Ciesemier, DOStephen D Laird, DO, MHPE, FACOS
$300,000 - HRSA
Expanding Simulated Training Capacity to Enhance the Future Primary Care Workforce. 9/1/2010 thru 8/31/2011

Stephen D Laird, DO, MHPE, FACOSJeffrey A Suzewits, DO, MPH, FAAFPJohn George, PhD
$219,349 - National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Curriculum and Faculty Development in Evidence-based Medicine - Year 5. 9/30/2010 thru 9/29/2011

Nandor Uray, PhD Karl Boehm (KCOM Anatomy)
$4,587 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Sensory Contributions to the Spinal Accessory Nerve in Humans. 11/12/2010 thru 6/30/2011

David S Middlemas, PhD
Jennifer Bubel (KCOM Pharmacology)
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effects of Fluoxetine on TrkB in an Adolescent Rat Model. 12/8/2010 thru 6/30/2012

2009

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John Rickelman, Jr., DO
$1,610 - Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust
Board Review of Internal Medicine Lectures (DVDS). 1/1/2009 thru 12/31/2009

Richard J Cenedella, PhD
$0 - Council for the International Exchange of Scholars: Fulbright Scholars Program
Lecture/Research Award: Course in Human Nutrition/Peliotropic Effects of Statins on Cultured Lens Epithelial Cells. 1/1/2009 thru 6/30/2009

Doug Blansit, MPS, MLISDebra Loguda Summers
$38,761 - Missouri State LSTA - Library Services and Technology Act
Transcription and Digitization of the Andrew Taylor Still, M.D., D.O., Papers. 2/1/2009 thru 1/31/2010

Neal R Chamberlain, PhDChristian Fossum, DO
Brian Draper, OMS II Jane C. Johnson, M.A. (ATSU Research Support)
$5,000 - AACOM
Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment: Assessing Medical Student Beliefs About OMT Before Entering Medical School to Their Utilization of OMT in Their Clinical Practice. 3/1/2009 thru 2/28/2010

George C Carlson, PhD
$30,000 - Association Francaise contre les Myopathies
Assessing the Therapeutic Utility of Specific lkappaB-alpha Kinase 2 (IKK2) Inhibitors in Treating Muscular Dystrophy. 3/1/2009 thru 2/28/2010

Robert J Theobald, Jr., PhD
Jeffrey Gaffney (Biomed Student)
$5,000 - Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Calcium Flux in Response to Muscarinic Stimulation in Bladder Myocytes. 4/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Kuldeep Singh (Biomed Student)
$5,000 - Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Expression of Multiple Genes Encoding Methionine Sulfoxide Reductase in S. Aureus. 4/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

William L Sexton, PhD
Tyler Smith (Biomed Student)
$5,000 - Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effects of Diabetes on Interstitial PO2 Dynamics in Rat Skeletal Muscle. 4/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

William L Sexton, PhD
Jason Losee (Biomed Student)
$5,000 - Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Effects of Fluvastatin on Skeletal Muscle Microvascular PO2 & Contractile Function. 4/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Deshala Castille (Biomed Student)
$5,000 - Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Gene Expression in X-irradiated Escherichia coli. 4/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Valerie Nguyen (Biomed Student)
$5,000 - Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Persistence of Staphylococcus epidermidis Following Antibiotic Treatment. 4/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Robert W Baer, PhD
Christine Wilson (Biomed Student)
$5,000 - Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Caspase-8 & the Endothelin Mediated Melanoma Migration Pathway. 4/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

George C Carlson, PhD
$201,967 - NIH
Preclinical Trials of NFkB Inhibition in the Treatment of Muscular Dystrophy. 4/3/2009 thru 3/31/2012

Karen T Snider, DOEric Snider, DOBrett DeGooyer, DO
$6,147 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Retrospective Chart Review of the OMM Hospital Consultation Service at NRMC. 6/1/2009 thru 5/31/2010

Karen T Snider, DOEric Snider, DO
$25,700 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Preventative OMT & the Nursing Home Patient. 6/1/2009 thru 5/31/2010

Vineet K Singh, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Characterization of an Enterotoxin Present in Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus. 6/1/2009 thru 5/31/2011

Christian Fossum, DO
$46,843 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
OMT for Ankle Pain & Swelling in a Rat Model. 6/1/2009 thru 5/31/2010

$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Global Gene Expression Associated with DNA Double-strand Break Repair. 6/1/2009 thru 5/31/2011

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Postcranial Adaptation of Arctocyon (Mammalia, Arctocyonidae) from the Early Paleocene of Western North America. 6/1/2009 thru 5/31/2011

Janet A Head, EdD
$30,000 - Corporation for National & Community Service
A.T. Still University Recovery Project - American Reinvestment & Recover Act (ARRA). 6/1/2009 thru 5/31/2010

Yingzi Chang, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo & ATSU Board of Trustees Research Fund
Role of Interleukin-6 in Hyperinsulinemia-enhanced Vascular Injury-induced Restenosis. 6/1/2009 thru 5/31/2011

Ralph O Boling, DO
$50,000 - Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust
OB Simulator. 6/26/2009 thru 6/25/2010

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$172,600 - Health Resources and Services Administration
KCOM's Predoctoral Training in Family Medicine Project - Year 3. 7/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Eric Snider, DOBrian F Degenhardt, DOChristian Fossum, DO
$6,050 - KOAA-KCOM Education Program Fund
Development of Spinal & Pelvic Palpatory Models. 7/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

William L Sexton, PhD
Marc Engelbrecht OMS III (Biomed Student)
$22,150 - Hollister Inc.
Hollister-KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship. 7/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Steven Jorden, MA
$300,000 - U.S. Department of Education
Federal Work Study Program - Year 23. 7/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Doris Fountain, RN
$46,962 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center - Year 25. 7/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Michael F French, BS
$33,500 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
MAHEC Core Operations: Health Care Workforce Development Pipeline for Missouri. 7/1/2009 thru 6/30/2010

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Brian Draper, OMS III Jane C. Johnson, M.A. (ATSU Research Support)
$2,000 - KOAA-KCOM Education Program Fund
Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment: Assessment of KCOM Medical Student Beliefs About OMT Before Entering Medical School & After One Year at KCOM. 8/1/2009 thru 7/31/2010

Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
$5,000 - Arnold P. Gold Foundation
KCOM Ethics Night. 8/31/2009 thru 12/31/2009

Vineet K Singh, PhDBrian F Degenhardt, DO
$97,000 - American Osteopathic Association
New Rat Model for Pain, Relief by Manual Therapy and Gene Expression Studies. 9/1/2009 thru 8/31/2011

Stephen D Laird, DO, MHPE, FACOSWilliam L Sexton, PhDJeffrey A Suzewits, DO, MPH, FAAFP
$205,541 - NIH - National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Curriculum and Faculty Development in Evidence-based Medicine - Year 4. 9/1/2009 thru 8/31/2010

Janet A Head, EdD
$278,808 - Health Resources and Services Administration
A Health Workforce Development Strategy, Model State-Supported AHEC - Year 13. 9/1/2009 thru 8/31/2010

Brian F Degenhardt, DOEric Snider, DOKelly Halma, DO
Jane C. Johnson, M.A. (ATSU Research Support)
$50,000 - American Osteopathic Association
Determing the Clinical Value of Positional Asymmetry Tests of the Pelvis - Phase I. 9/1/2009 thru 8/31/2010

Michael F French, BSJanet A Head, EdD
$25,000 - MPCA - National Health Service Corps
Missouri SEARCH Program Subcontract for Missouri Primary Care Association. 11/1/2009 thru 9/29/2010

Melissa Stuart, PhD
Nastassia Richardson (Biomed Student)
$5,000 - Biomedical Sciences Program Award
Production of Monoclonal Antibodies to the Escherichia coli DNA Repair Protein, RadA. 12/11/2009 thru 6/30/2010

2008

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Richard J Cenedella, PhD
Shawn Dowling
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Orlistat as a Potential Therapeutic Supplement for Gastrointestinal Cancer. 1/10/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Robert J Theobald, Jr., PhD
Sarah Ignash
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Urodynamic Responses of Juvenile Cats to NO Donor Administration (SIN-1). 4/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Melissa Stuart, PhD
Joseph Whitman
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Epitope Mapping of GRIFIN Using Monoclonal Antibody 10A5. 4/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Michael Syring
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
dnaK Regulated Gene Expression in Staphylococcus aureus. 4/1/2008 thru 7/1/2009

William L Sexton, PhD
Emily Keeslar
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Influence of Cocaine on Microvascular PO2 and Contractile Activity in Rat Skeletal Muscle. 4/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Rene McGovern, PhD
Courtney McDowell
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Behavioral Modification of Non-compliant Dementia Patients in a Long-term Care Facility. 4/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

John R Martin, PhD
Zachary Webb
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Involvement of the Posterior Hypothalamic Nucleus During Hemorrhage of Conscious Freely Moving Rats. 4/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Brian F Degenhardt, DO
$221,357 - Osteopathic Heritage Foundation Auseon/Bowden Endowment
Center for Osteopathic Palpatory Diagnostic and Therapeutic Studies. 4/1/2008 thru 3/31/2009

James Cox, PhD
Allyson Mondino
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Expression of Cystatin Variants in Human Melanoma. 4/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Robert W Baer, PhD
Daniel Felling
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Chemokine Signaling in Melanoma. 4/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Michael F French, BS
$100,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Missouri Comprehensive Advanced Life Support (CALS) Training Program - Year 04. 5/1/2008 thru 8/31/2009

Melissa Stuart, PhD
$2,400 - Warner/ Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Funds
Inhibition of GAPDH-RNA Interactions by Monoclonal Antibody 8B7. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

Eric Snider, DOKaren T Snider, DOBrett DeGooyer, DO
$5,300 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Retrospective Chart Review of the OMM Hospital Consultation Service at Northeast Regional Medical Center. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

Edwin S Purcel, PhDChristian Fossum, DOGary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), NDEric Snider, DO
$7,759 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
The Influence of Mood and Manipulative Therapy on Autonomic Function. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

David S Middlemas, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Funds
Antidepressant Drug Induced Neurogenesis in Juvenile Rat Hippocampus. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Funds
Effect of Hawthorn Extract on Coronary Flow in Adult Rat Heart. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

Gary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), NDG B Robbins, DO
Michael Bird
$4,075 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
The Effect of OMT Application on the Lumbar Flexion-relaxation and Responses to Postural Perturbations in Low Back Pain Subjects. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

Gary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), NDG B Robbins, DO
Michael Bird
$5,421 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
The Effect of OMT Application on EMG Activity in the Deep and Superficial Thoracic Paravertebral Muscles. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

Gary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), NDJames Adams, DO
$7,986 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Subjects with Acute Unilateral Neck Pain and Restricted Motion: A Pilot Study. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

Brian F Degenhardt, DOJohn George, PhD
$23,850 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Establishment of the Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment Data Warehouse. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2009

Neal R Chamberlain, PhDVineet K Singh, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Funds
Genetic Regulation of Persister Formation in Staphylococcus aureus. 6/1/2008 thru 5/31/2010

John Rickelman, Jr., DO
$55,000 - Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust
Point of Care Ultrasound Development Program. 6/18/2008 thru 6/17/2009

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$178,200 - Health Resources and Services Administration
KCOM’s Predoctoral Training in Family Medicine Project - Year 2. 7/1/2008 thru 8/31/2009

Michael F French, BS
$1,425,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
PRIMO Health Care Delivery Systems Development. 7/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Robert Clement
Jason Haxton
$1,400 - KOAA/KCOM Education Program Fund
Security System for Still National Osteopathic Museum and National Center for Osteopathic History. 7/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Dean Maag
$4,000 - KOAA/KCOM Education Program Fund
Moving From Passive to Active Learning: Use of an Audience Response System. 7/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Ralph O Boling, DO
$3,000 - KOAA/KCOM Education Program Fund
American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology Teaching Materials. 7/1/2008 thru 6/30/2009

William L Sexton, PhD
Jonathan Parker
$19,150 - Hollister, Inc.
Hollister-KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship. 8/1/2008 thru 7/31/2009

Edwin S Purcel, PhD
$2,500 - Hollister Incorporated
Rectal Vault and Anal Canal Measurements in Human Subjects. 8/11/2008 thru 6/30/2009

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$5,000 - George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health
A Longitudinal Program in Spirituality and Culturally Competent Care -- Year 3. 9/1/2008 thru 8/31/2009

Stephen D Laird, DO, MHPE, FACOSWilliam L Sexton, PhDJeffrey A Suzewits, DO, MPH, FAAFP
$205,541 - National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine/NIH
Curriculum and Faculty Development in Evidencebased Medicine - Year 3. 9/1/2008 thru 8/31/2009

Gary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), ND
Holbrook, Nathan, OMS 1
$10,000 - AOA Research Fellowship
Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment in the Emergency Department: Osteopathic Emergency Physicians' Perspectives. 9/1/2008 thru 8/31/2009

Janet A Head, EdD
$246,331 - Health Resources and Services Administration
Model State Supported AHEC - Year 12. 9/1/2008 thru 8/31/2009

2007

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Robert J Theobald, Jr., PhD
Ryan Dalisky
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Effect of Calcium Channel Blockade on M3 Receptor Evoked Bladder Contraction. 4/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

William L Sexton, PhD
Neha Valeja
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Muscle Fiber Type Specific Changes in VEGF with Voluntary Running. 4/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

William L Sexton, PhD
Marietta Squire
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Effect of Nitric Oxide on PO2 Kinetics in Type II Diabetic Rats. 4/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

William L Sexton, PhD
Kyra Carpenter-Timm
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Interstitial PO2 Kinetics in Contracting Rat Skeletal Muscle. 4/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

Abbas Samadi, PhD
John Suchland
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Ceramide Regulation in Resistant Colon Cancer Cells. 4/1/2007 thru 8/30/2008

David S Middlemas, PhD
Erin Klatt
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
MAOI Antidepressants Induce Neurogenesis in Juvenile Rat Hippocampus. 4/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

George C Carlson, PhD
Gregory W. Millman
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Role of Activity Patterns on the NFkappa-B Signaling Pathway in the mdx Mouse. 4/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

Robert W Baer, PhDKristi Teal
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Melanoma Migration: Rac1 Response to Integrin Activation and N-cadherin Expression. 4/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhD
Kenneth Dood
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
The Effect of Hawthorn Extract on Coronary Flow. 5/1/2007 thru 7/31/2008

Michael F French, BS
$1,000,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Core Functions of Area Health Education Centers. 5/23/2007 thru 6/15/2007

John R Martin, PhD
Jabon Ellis
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Cannabinoid Receptor Subtypes Role in Neuroprotection During Cerebral Ischemia. 6/1/2007 thru 6/1/2008

John R Martin, PhD
Jabon Ellis
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Cannabinoid Receptor Subtypes Role in Neuroprotection During Cerebral Ischemia. 6/1/2007 thru 6/1/2008

Timothy P Geisbuhler, PhD
Tedi Howell
$5,000 - KCOM Biomedical Sciences Program
Effect of Hawthorn Extract on Free Radical Production in Cardiac Myocytes. 6/1/2007 thru 5/31/2008

George C Carlson, PhD
$103,823 - Charley's Fund
Pre-clinical Trials for Ursodeoxycholic Acid and Sulfasalazine in the Treatment of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. 6/5/2007 thru 6/4/2008

Maria L Evans
$34,986 - Northeast Missouri Osteopathic Charitable Trust
Educational Enhancements for Clinical Training in Pathology. 6/25/2007 thru 6/24/2008

Margaret Wilson, DOMichelle R Colen, MD
$172,800 - Health Resources and Services Administration
KCOM’s Predoctoral Training in Family Medicine Project—Year 1. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

Vineet K Singh, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Funds
Studying Roles of Staphylococcal Genes in Infection and Disease. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2009

Patricia S Sexton, DHEdJeffrey A Suzewits, DO, MPH, FAAFP
$2,520 - KOAA/KCOM Education Program Fund
Student Clinician Ceremony: Transition from 2nd to 3rd Year. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

D F Peterson, PhD
$2,550 - KOAA/KCOM Education Program Fund
ECG Student Lab Enrichment. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

Steven Jorden, MA
$74,250 - U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students: Osteopathic Medicine. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

Steven Jorden, MA
$400,000 - U.S. Department of Education
Federal Work Study Program—Year 21. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

Gary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), ND
$7,125 - ATSU Strategic Research Fund
Electromyographic Characteristics of Deep Thoracic Paraspinal Muscles Identified as Abnormal. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

Michael F French, BS
$625,000 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Health Care Delivery Systems Development. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

Doris Fountain, RN
$32,485 - Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
Northeast Missouri Regional Arthritis Center—Year 23. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

James Cox, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Funds
Cystatin Effects on TGFß Signaling in Melanoma Cells. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2009

Richard J Cenedella, PhD
$4,000 - Warner/Fermaturo and ATSU Board of Trustees Research Funds
Effect of Monogalactosyl Diacylglycerol, a Paint Glycolipid, on the Development and Progression of Spontaneous Gastrointestinal Cancer in C57BL/6J-APC (Min/J) Mice. 7/1/2007 thru 6/30/2009

George C Carlson, PhD
$40,000 - Association Francaise contre les Myopathies
Preclinical Trials of NfKappaB Inhibitors in the MDX Mouse—Year 2. 7/25/2007 thru 7/24/2008

William L Sexton, PhD
Kent Lofley
$19,150 - Hollister, Inc.
Hollister-KCOM Clinical Research Fellowship. 8/1/2007 thru 7/31/2008

Vineet K Singh, PhD
Nelson Parker Cory Parker Jonathan Parker
$2,300 - F. Herbert Fields, DO, Memorial Research Fund
Characterization of the Roles of Staphylococcal LytM in Disease and Antibiotic Resistanc. 8/1/2007 thru 6/30/2008

Janet A Head, EdDMichael F French, BS
$180,000 - Corporation for National and Community Service
Americorps National: AHEC Professional Corps Program—Year 2. 8/1/2007 thru 7/31/2009

Margaret Wilson, DOPatricia S Sexton, DHEd
$15,000 - George Washington Institute for Spirituality and Health
A Longitudinal Program in Spirituality and Culturally Competent Care - Year 2. 9/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

Margaret Wilson, DO
$215,753 - Health Resources and Services Administration
Academic Administrative Units in Primary Care—Year 3. 9/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

Vineet K Singh, PhD
$50,000 - American Osteopathic Association
Changes in Gene Expression Resulting from Osteopathic Manipulation. 9/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

Vineet K Singh, PhDBrian F Degenhardt, DOLex Towns, PhDChristian Fossum, DO
$50,000 - American Osteopathic Association
Changes in Gene Expression Resulting from Osteopathic Manipulation. 9/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

William L Sexton, PhDJeffrey A Suzewits, DO, MPH, FAAFPStephen D Laird, DO, MHPE, FACOS
$209,736 - National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine/NIH
Curriculum and Faculty Development in Evidence-based Medicine—Year 2. 9/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

Janet A Head, EdD
$259,965 - Health Resources and Services Administration
Model State Supported AHEC—Year 11. 9/1/2007 thru 8/31/2008

Robert Clement
$250 - Richard S. Brownlee Fund, State Historical Society of Missouri
History of Medicine Multimedia Exhibit at the Still National Osteopathic Museum. 9/1/2007 thru 5/1/2008

Honors & Recognition

2016

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Neal R Chamberlain, PhDPatricia S Sexton, DHEdMatthew R Hardee, DORobert W Baer, PhD
Medical Education Award
SOME Innovation in Medical Education Award for “Utilizing Patient Morning Rounds to Observe Preclinical Medical Students' Clinical Reasoning” at the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Annual Conference. April 6-9, 2016. Washington DC. The Society of Osteopathic Medical Educators (SOME) Innovation in Medical Education Awards are granted in recognition of specific educational innovations that have resulted in meaningful change at the developer's institution.

Margaret Wilson, DO
Medallion Award
Margaret A. Wilson, DO, dean, KCOM received the Medallion Award at the Missouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons (MAOPS) at the 2016 annual convention. This award in recognizes service to the profession and osteopathic education.

Jeremy Houser, PhDWesley S Ryle, MD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhDBenjamin Schrant, DO
A.T. Still Staff Awards for Excellence in Teaching

John Sealey, DO, FACOS
Advisory Committee on Training in Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry
John Sealey, DO FACOS, Director of Student Medical Education for ATSU-KCOM at the Michigan Region DMC Sinai Grace & Huron Valley Hospitals, and Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor has been selected to serve on this committee for the HHS Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). He was nominated by the American Osteopathic Association in a coordinated effort with AACOM to strengthen the osteopathic medical profession’s representation.

2015

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Zulfiqar Ahmad, PhD
2015-American Chemical Society Author Award
This $15,000 award recognized the publication: Significance of αThr349 in the Catalytic Sites of ATP Synthase. Ahmad Z, Winjobi M, Kabir MA. 2014 Biochemistry. 53, 7376-7385

Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
Society of Osteopathic Medical Educators annual Innovation in Medical Education Award
in recognition of Diversity Redefining Education and Medicine—LGBT Curriculum. The award was conferred at The American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine (AACOM) and the Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators (AODME) had their Joint AACOM & AODME 2015 Annual Conference in Ft., Lauderdale Fla.

Patricia S Sexton, DHEdRichard J LaBaere, II., DO
Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association (KOAA) Honorary KOAA Membership

Robert J Theobald, Jr., PhD
Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association (KOAA) Distinguished Service Award

Lori A Haxton, MA
Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association (KOAA) Living Tribute Award

Margaret Wilson, DO
Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association (KOAA) Alumnus of the Year Award

Karen T Snider, DO
Fellow in the American Academy of Osteopathy
Received from the American Academy of Osteopathy in March 2015.

Karen T Snider, DO
KCOM Researcher of the Year
Awarded in 2016

Jeremy Houser, PhDMatthew R Hardee, DO
A.T. Still Staff Awards for Excellence in Teaching

2014

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Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
Fellow in the National Academy of Osteopathic Medical Educators
Reappointed for 2014-19. The major purpose of the award is to help define, recognize, and reward excellence in educational scholarship.

Michael Lockwood, DO
AACOM Outstanding Medical Education Research Poster and Presentation Award
For a poster entitled Integration of Ultrasound into the Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Curriculum. Authors were: Lockwood MD, Kondrashova T, King A.A. [OMM Student Fellow), and Schoenfuss A. [OMM Student Fellow]. The poster was presented at the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Annual Conference; Washington, DC; April 2-5, 2014.

Richard J LaBaere, II., DO
Leadership Award
Presented at the Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators Annual Meeting; Santa Fe, New Mexico; April 25, 2014

Tatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
AACOM Outstanding Medical Education Research Poster and Presentation Award
For a poster entitled Integration of Ultrasound into the Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine Curriculum. Authors were: Lockwood MD, Kondrashova T, King A.A. [OMM Student Fellow), and Schoenfuss A. [OMM Student Fellow]. The poster was presented at the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Annual Conference; Washington, DC; April 2-5, 2014.

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Fellow in the National Academy of Osteopathic Medical Educators
Reappointed for 2014-19. The major purpose of the award is to help define, recognize, and reward excellence in educational scholarship.

Keith S Elmslie, PhD
Kevin M. Marberry, MD
KCOM Researchers of the Year

Billy W Strait, DOPeter Kondrashov, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

Renuka Ramachandra, MSc, PhDKeith S Elmslie, PhD
ATSU Faculty and Staff Awards for Outstanding Posters
Presented at 6th Annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Conference; Kirksville, MO; Nov. 1, 2014 for Ion Channels and Receptors in Group IV Muscle Afferents

Brian F Degenhardt, DO
Johnson JC
ATSU Faculty and Staff Awards for Outstanding Posters
Presented at 6th Annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Conference; Kirksville, MO; Nov. 1, 2014 for Somatic dysfunction findings, osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT), and response to OMT in patients with lumbago and cervicalgia

Sherif Hassan, MD, PhD
Johnson JC
Youakim MF
ATSU Faculty and Staff Awards for Outstanding Posters
Presented at 6th Annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Conference; Kirksville, MO; Nov. 1, 2014 for Anatomical Variations in Human Cadaveric Renal Vasculature

Zulfiqar Ahmad, PhD
ATSU Faculty and Staff Awards for Outstanding Posters
Presented at 6th Annual Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Conference; Kirksville, MO; Nov. 1, 2014 for Identification of Phosphate Binding Residues in the Catalytic Sites of Escherichia coli ATP Synthase

Zulfiqar Ahmad, PhD
2014-Achievement Award
For contribution and service to science and medicine by the American Center for Excellence and Success.

2013

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Karen T Snider, DO
Promising OMT Pilot Study Points to Difficulties with ‘Sham’ Treatment
Highlighted in Promising OMT Pilot Study Points to Difficulties with ‘Sham’ Treatment, an article posted on September 30, 2013 in The DO, for her research on the benefits of preventive osteopathic manipulative treatment in nursing home residents.

Jean Sidwell, MALS
Excellence in Advising Award
For work with the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians Club.

D F Peterson, PhD
Honorary Membership in the Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association (KOAA)

Marberry, Kevin, MD
International Cartilage Repair Society Traveling Fellowship

Peter Kondrashov, PhDTatyana Kondrashova, MD, PhD
Johnson JC
Boehm K
Rice D
Best Poster Award
For Impact of the Clinical Ultrasound Elective Course on Retention of Anatomical Knowledge by Second-Year Osteopathic Medical Students in Preparation for Board Exams. Poster presented at the Second World Congress on Ultrasound in Medical Education; Columbia, SC; September 27-29, 2013.

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

John H Grider, DO
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching

Yingzi Chang, PhD
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Innovation in Medical Education Award
Presented at Annual Meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine; Baltimore, MD; April 24, 2013. In conjunction with the award, Dr. Chamberlain will present a poster: Use of Case Presentation Exercises in Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases to Improve Medical Student Performance on Course Assessments by NR Chamberlain, MK Stuart, VK Singh, NJ Sargentini.

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

2012

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Margaret Wilson, DO
Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award
From The Arnold P. Gold Foundation.

Melissa Stuart, PhD
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

Michelle R Colen, MD
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

2011

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Eric Snider, DO
Worthington BD
Ruhlen RL
Johnson JC
First Place Award for Student Original Research
For a poster entitled: Osteopathic Manipulation in a Rat Model for Ankle Injury. Poster was presented at 48th annual convention of the American College of Osteopathic Family Physicians on March 17-20, 2011 in San Antonio, TX.

Karen T Snider, DO
Researcher of the Year
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, Kirksville Chapter

Robert Schneider, DO
American Osteopathic Assn. Health Policy Fellowship
Completed an American Osteopathic Assn. Health Policy Fellowship through Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine and New York Institute of Technology during 2010-2011; awarded November, 2011.

Peter Kondrashov, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

David Goldman, DO
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

2010

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Nandor J Uray, PhD
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching
Basic Science

Melissa Stuart, PhD
Certified Item-Writer for the COMLEX I Examination
Recognition by the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners. Conferred in March, 2011.

Karen T Snider, DO
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching
Clinical Science

Philip C Slocum, DO
Elected Secretary/Treasurer of the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine Board of Deans

Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic Medicine's Society of Osteopathic Medical Educators Award
For her leadership in the creation of the National Academy of Osteopathic Medical Educators.

Stephen D Laird, DO, MHPE, FACOSSondra Sanford, DHSc
Coon S
Third Place Poster Presentation Finalists
Integrating Evidence Based Practice into a Crowded Curriculum through a Faculty Development Program. (25 minute presentation and poster presentation). Academic Center for Evidence Based Practice 2010 Summer Institute on Evidence Based Practice; San Antonio, TX; July 7-9,2010

Rick Fleschner, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

John C Collins, DO
Family Physician of the Year
Missouri Society of the American College of Family Physicians. The award was received at the annual meeting of the MIssouri Association of Osteopathic Physicians.

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

George C Carlson, PhD
Researcher of the Year
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, Kirksville Chapter

2009

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Margaret Wilson, DO
Living Tribute Award
Kirksville Osteopathic Alumni Association

Philip C Slocum, DO
Appointed to the Editorial Board of the American Journal of Medicine
The official journal of the Association of Professors of Medicine. Joseph Alpert, M.D., the Editor-in-Chief, reports that Dr. Slocum is the first osteopathic physician appointed to the Editorial Board.

Vineet K Singh, PhD
2009 Researcher of the Year
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, Kirksville Chapter

William L Sexton, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

Patricia S Sexton, DHEd
Fellow in the National Academy of Osteopathic Medical Educators
The major purpose of the award is to help define, recognize, and reward excellence in educational scholarship.

A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching
Basic Science

Certified Item-Writer for the COMLEX Examinations for 2009
Recognition by the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners.

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award
Arnold P. Gold Foundation. Selected by the Class of 2009 as a faculty member who displays humanism in medicine through teaching.

Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Fellow in the National Academy of Osteopathic Medical Educators
The major purpose of the award is to help define, recognize, and reward excellence in educational scholarship.

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Certified Item-Writer for the COMLEX Examinations for 2009
Recognition by the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners.

Melissa Stuart, PhD
Item Writer of the Year for COMLEX-USA Level 1
Recognition by the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners.

Michelle R Colen, MD
American Academy of Family Physicians Fellow
Awarded the degree by the American Academy of Family Physicians at the AAFP Annual Scientific Assembly in Boston on October 17th, 2009.

Larry Ciesemier, DO
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching
Clinical Science

2008

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Margaret Wilson, DO
American Osteopathic Foundation Educator of the Year (Nominee)

Lex Towns, PhD
Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation. This award honors a faculty member best exemplifying compassion, integrity, altruism, respect, empathy and service.

Karen T Snider, DO
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching
Clinical Science

Gary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), ND
Juror, Research Poster Presentation
American Academy of Osteopathy Convocation. March 3-29, 2008. Dallas, TX.

Gary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), ND
Juror, Poster and Oral Presentation Research Award Jury
International Conference for the Advancement of Osteopathic Research (ICAOR), 7th International, LECOM. Sept. 6-9, 2008. Bradenton, FL.

Gary Fryer, Ph.D., BAppSc (Osteo), ND
Juror, International Thesis Jury
Canadian College of Osteopathy. Oct. 10-22, 2008. Toronto, Canada.

Richard J Cenedella, PhD
Fulbright Scholar
U.S. Department of State, Institute of International Education. Dr. Cenedella will teach and continue his research into statins during the formation of cataracts for 6 months at the University of Bahrain.

Robert W Baer, PhD
Recognition as an outstanding physiology teacher in Advan. Physiol. Edu. 32: 253-255
His teaching responsibilities include lectures in cellular and respiratory physiology, body fluid balance, and cardiac function to 170 first-year medical students and 12 graduate students while presenting laboratory sessions and workshops to smaller groups. He also teaches BioStatistics to graduate students.

Robert W Baer, PhD
A.T. Still Staff Award for Excellence in Teaching
Basic Science

2007

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Melissa Stuart, PhD
2007 Researcher of the Year
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, Kirksville Chapter

Neal R Chamberlain, PhD
Max T. Gutensohn Teaching Award