Recent Faculty Accolades

Brandeis faculty regularly receive competitive national fellowships and grants to support their scholarship and teaching. Fellowships and grants awarded to Brandeis faculty in the current year are listed below, or you can view previous years of received grants or fellowships.

Current Brandeis faculty can also review sample proposals from their colleagues to help with their own proposals.

Division of Humanities

Yuri Doolan, ACLS Fellowship for America’s Comfort Women: Legacies of Military Prostitution in Cold War Asia and the Pacific
Lynn Kaye, Fellowship for Power and the People: Lay People’s Voices in Ancient Jewish Adjudication

Division of Science

Kaushik Ragunathan, Grant for Deciphering the Role of HP1 Associated Chromatin Complexes in Epigenetic Inheritance

Gabriella Sciolla, Grant for U.S. ATLAS HL-LHC Upgrade Project for FY23, WBS Strip Installation & Integration

Grants Received:

  • Shantanu JadhavRole of Physiological Patterns in Hippocampal-Prefrontal Interactions
  • Michael RosbashAddressing Protein Synthesis Regulation within Small Numbers of Discrete Neurons
  • Sebastian KadenerUncovering the Origin and Mechanisms of Ultradian Rhythms in the Drosophila Brain and Systematic and Mechanistic Assessment of the Roles of circRNAs in Alzheimer's Disease
  • Avital RodalAbberior 3D-STED Microscope for Super-Resolution Imaging
  • Isaac KraussA 400 MHz NMR Spectrometer and Mannosidase-Stabilized Glycan Immunogens for Elicitation of High Mannose Patch Antibodies
Kaushik Ragunathan, Grant for URoL: Epigenetics 2: Robustness and Adaptability of the Dynamic Epigenome: A Multiscale Approach
Albion Lawrence, Pivot Fellowship for Higher-order statistics of geostrophic turbulence and internal waves

Division of Social Sciences

Grant: Charles GoldenArchaeological Research and Conservation in the Usumacinta River Valley of Chiapas and Guatemala
Jon Anjaria, Fellowship of Higher Education for Sustainable Transportation and Active Travel in South Korea