March 2022 Selected Grants

Below is a brief snapshot of some of the research grants awarded to Boston University faculty in March 2022. 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.


CARB-X Global Antibacterial Accelerator

Total Anticipated

$ 10,000,000

Principal Investigator

Kevin M Outterson, School of Law

Sponsor

Wellcome Trust


Model Development and Medical Counter Measures (MCMS) for BSL-4 Agents in NHPS

Total Anticipated

$ 9,801,612

Principal Investigator

Anthony Griffiths, NEIDL

Sponsor

NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases


Targeting the Genus Leishmania with Small Molecules

Total Anticipated

$ 3,774,320

Principal Investigator

Scott E Schaus, College of Arts & Sciences

Sponsor

NIH/National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases


Treating Chronic Pain in Buprenorphine Patients in Primary Care Settings

Total Anticipated

$ 3,708703

Principal Investigator

Michael Stein, School of Public Health

Sponsor

NIH/National Institute on Drug Abuse


Ventricular-Vascular Coupling in the Elderly: Lifecourse Determinants, Trajectories and Prognostic Significance

Total Anticipated

$ 3,160,844

Principal Investigator

Vasan Ramachandran, School of Medicine

Sponsor

NIH/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute


A New Risk Assessment and Management Paradigm (NEWRAMP) in Electricity Markets

Total Anticipated

$ 3,000,000

Principal Investigator

Michael C Caramanis, College of Engineering

Sponsor

Department of Energy


Targeting Vascular Dysfunction to Promote Lung Repair and Fibrosis Resolution

Total Anticipated

$ 2,796,580

Principal Investigator

Giovanni Ligresti, School of Medicine

Sponsor

NIH/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute


Necrosis in Pulmonary TB Granulomas: Dynamics, Mechanisms, and Therapies

Total Anticipated

$ 2,788,080

Principal Investigator

Igor Kramnik, NEIDL

Sponsor

NIH/National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute


Uncovering the Regulatory DNA Logic of the Drosophila Innate Immune Response

Total Anticipated

$ 999,999

Principal Investigator

Zeba Wunderlich, College of Arts & Sciences

Sponsor

National Science Foundation


China and the International Economic Order

Total Anticipated

$ 750,000

Principal Investigator

Kevin Gallagher, Global Development Policy Center

Sponsor

Carnegie Corporation of New York


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