July 2021 Selected Grants

Below is a brief snapshot of some of the research grants awarded to Boston University faculty in July 2021. View previously selected grants, or a full summary of this month’s awards. For detailed information on research funding, visit Sponsored Research Reporting on the Research Support site.


Pathways of Risk and Resilience for Overlapping Pain and Sensitization

Total Anticipated

$ 3,220,561

Principal Investigator

Tuhina Neogi, School of Medicine

Sponsor

NIH/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke


Alkaloid Biosynthetic Studies

Total Anticipated

$ 1,254,000

Principal Investigator

Pinghua Liu, College of Arts & Sciences

Sponsor

NIH/National Institute of General Medical Sciences


Architecting the Cosmos: A Combined System of Optical Phase Change Memory and Optical Links

Total Anticipated

$ 500,000

Principal Investigator

Ajay Joshi, College of Engineering

Sponsor

National Science Foundation


Innate Sensing of HIV in Microglia

Total Anticipated

$ 464,612

Principal Investigator

Hisashi Akiyama, School of Medicine

Sponsor

NIH/National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke


Understanding Social Dynamics Through Coevolving Latent Space Networks with Attractors

Total Anticipated

$ 449,985

Principal Investigator

Eric Kolaczyk, Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering

Sponsor

National Science Foundation


Bringing Asia to Digital Life: Mobilizing Underrepresented Asian Herbarium Collections in the US to Propel Biodiversity Discovery

Total Anticipated

$ 379,781

Principal Investigator

Ziba Parissa Cranmer, Rafik B. Hariri Institute for Computing and Computational Science & Engineering

Sponsor

National Science Foundation


Automatically Detecting Lateral Movement in Organizations Using Heterogeneous Data and Graph Representation Learning

Total Anticipated

$ 250,000

Principal Investigator

Gianluca Stringhini, College of Engineering

Sponsor

National Science Foundation


SMAD6-Deficient Zebrafish as a Model for Multifactorial Craniosynostosis

Total Anticipated

$ 206,250

Principal Investigator

Shannon Fisher, School of Medicine

Sponsor

NIH/National Institute of Dental & Craniofacial Research


Development of a Family-Based Transition Planning Program for Culturally-Diverse Youth on the Autism Spectrum

Total Anticipated

$ 160,000

Principal Investigator

Kristin Long, College of Arts & Sciences

Sponsor

Deborah Munroe Noonan Memorial Fund


Advanced Research Training Program in Psychiatric Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment Research

Total Anticipated

$ 149,814

Principal Investigator

Zlatka Russinova, College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College

Sponsor

Administration for Community Living


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