Recent Awards

In FY 2017, Brandeis University attracted nearly $60 million in outside funding to support research. Following is a list of recent awards received by Brandeis University scholars.
Gating of Firing Rate Homeostasis by Sleep and Wake States During Experience-Based Plasticity

Total Anticipated Award: $1,218,750

Principal Investigator: Gina Turrigiano, Stephen van Hooser, Biology

Sponsor: National Institutes of Health

Date Awarded: August 17, 2017

Defining the Mechanism of CaMKII Inhibition by Non-Canonical GTPase Rem2

Total Anticipated Award: $445,490

Principal Investigator: Suzanne Paradis and Michael Marr, Biology

Sponsor: National Institutes of Health

Date Awarded: August 10, 2017
Air-Oxidation of Biomass Chars - Structural Changes and Implications for Retention and Reactions of Contaminate

Total Anticipated Award: $145,000

Principal Investigator: Klaus Schmidt-Rohr, Chemistry

Sponsor: National Science Foundation

Date Awarded: August 7, 2017

2020 MicroClinic Evaluation in Kenya

Total Anticipated Award: $20,131

Principal Investigator: Diana Bowser, Heller School for Social Policy and Management

Sponsor: 2020 MicroClinic Initiative, Inc.

Date Awarded: July 20, 2017

ATC Proposal: The Brandeis-BNL Collaboration on the ITk Stave Assembly and Measurements of VBF/VBS Phenomena in ATLAS

Total Anticipated Award: $46,620

Principal Investigator: Gabriella Sciolla, Physics

Sponsor: Brookhaven National Laboratory

Date Awarded: July 11, 2017

DLSC II Technical Assistance

Total Anticipated Award: $238,149

Principal Investigator: Susan Curnan and Della Hughes, Heller School for Social Policy and Management

Sponsor: Nellie Mae Education Foundation

Date Awarded: July 5, 2017

Training Program in Health Services Research on Alcohol-Related Problems

Total Anticipated Award: $2,141,260

Principal Investigator: Constance Horgan, Sharon Reif, and Deborah Granick, Heller School for Social Policy and Management

Sponsor: National Institutes of Health

Date Awarded: July 3, 2017

Creation of the first comprehensive database linking patenting activity to age

Total Anticipated Award: $413,385.00

Principal Investigator: Margie Lachman, Psychology

Sponsor: The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation

Date Awarded: March 23, 2017