R ESEARCH N EWS From the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs - Serving the Research Community of Wright State University
Winter/Spring 2011 Vol 42 No 2 201J University Hall Telephone 775-2425
Winners Announced for Research Initiation and
Professional Development Grants
The Wright State University Research Council recently proposals for funds to support new lines of research,
convened to review submissions to its 2011 competition as well as diverse scholarly activities and profes-
for the Research Initiation and Professional Develop- sional renewal. The Research Council would like to
ment Grant Program. The Council received 30 quality extend their congratulations to the 14 new awardees:
Volker Bahn (COSM) Automated Bird Monitoring and Song Analysis $10,000
Rosemary Eustace (CONH) Conducting a Needs Assessment for an International Collaboration
on HIV/AIDS Prevention Intervention in Tanzania $9,940
Allison Fernander (SOPP) Assessment of Needs in the Pediatric Primary Care Community:
Toward Integrated Pediatric Primary Care $7,800
Chad Hammerschmidt (COSM) Phosphorus Inputs to Grand Lake Saint Mary’s, Ohio $9,948
Anand Jeyaraj (RSCOB) Information Systems for Enabling Supply Chain Visibility $9,750
David Ladle (BSOM) The Role of Sensory Afferent Activity in the Formation of Sensory-
Motor Circuits of the Spinal Cord $10,000
Karen Wonders (CEHS) The Effect of a Home-Based Exercise Program on Symptoms of
Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy in Breast Cancer
Detrice Barry (CONH) Virtual Simulations for Nursing Education and Research $3,000
Hank Dahlman (COLA) Collegiate Chorale Video Project $3,000
Rosemary Eustace (CONH) A Planning Visit for the Global Health Service Learning Elective
Course in Tanzania $3,000
Greg Homan (LC) Global Agriculture $3,000
Laura Leuhrman (COLA) Disability and Accessibility: Political, Legal, and Educational
Contexts in Modern China $3,000
Noeleen McIlvenna (COLA) Finally Free Georgia! $3,000
Janeece Warfield (SOPP) Play Therapy Certification $2,960
NOTES from the AVP RSP to Transition to Electronic
Changes in COI Policy..............................2 Routing/Submission ...................................5
STAFF News..................................................3 NIH Funding Reductions...........................6
PreAward NEWS including: NIH Warns Against Circumvention
NSF and Data Management ......................4 of Page Limits...........................................6
New F&A/Fringe Benefit Rates.................5 New External Awards....................................7
Notes from the AVP:
University Conflict of Interest
Policy Receives a Facelift
In anticipation of proposed We are pleased to report that the the WSU disclosure process. The
changes to federal regulations efforts of individuals on campus threshold for disclosure has been
regarding financial conflict of resulted in the approval of the lowered from $10,000 to $5,000
interest, individuals in Research document, now officially called and it now requires disclosure for
and Sponsored Programs and the “Research Conflict of Interest and applications submitted for Phase
members of the Research Council Financial Disclosure Policy,” and I Small Business Innovation
worked closely with a consultant noted as Policy no. 1107 in the Research (SBIR) and Small Busi-
to revise the WSU Conflict of In- “Wright Way Policy and Proce- ness Technology Transfer (STTR)
terest Policy. The original policy dures.” grants. The policy establishes
was approved in 1995, and while All “Investigators,” defined two levels of review for finan-
good for its time, eventually lost as “persons involved in the cial disclosures, depending on
some relevance with a changing design, conduct, or reporting the complexities of the research
research environment. The driver of research,” will be required endeavor. When necessary, a
of these proposed changes, the to complete a Conflict of Inter- “Management Plan” will be cre-
Department of Health and Human est Disclosure. A process for ated in order to manage, reduce,
Services, noted in its announce- instituting annual disclosures or eliminate the conflict.
ment in the May 21, 2010 Federal is evolving, but “transactional” We have started to build a
Register that disclosures, typically done at the website to provide information
"the growing complexity of time of proposal routing, will to the WSU community, and we
biomedical and behavioral continue to be the norm. The welcome you to visit it at: http://
research; the increased inter- familiar “Conflict of Interest www.wright.edu/rsp/coi.html The
action among Government, Statement,” sent with routing site currently includes links to
research institutions, and the materials and printed on blue Wright Way Policy no. 1107, the
private sector in attaining paper, will be replaced with an proposed federal regulations, the
common public health goals unfamiliar, but still blue, “WSU aforementioned disclosure forms,
while meeting public expecta- Financial Interest Disclosure” in and a list of “Frequently Asked
tions for research integrity; two varieties: Form A and Form Questions.” We anticipate com-
as well as increased public B. Completion of Form A will be ments and questions as we move
scrutiny, all have raised ques- required of all Investigators; any forward with compliance and will
tions as to whether a more affirmative responses to questions do our utmost to make this an
rigorous approach to Inves- on Form A will trigger the neces- easy transition.
tigator disclosure, manage- sary completion of Form B. In
ment of financial conflicts, keeping with the proposed federal
and Federal oversight is regulations, Policy 1107 incorpo-
required." rates some significant updates to
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 2
In May, from Ball State University, and Science, and oversee the Research
Deborah Lundin her Doctor of Education from Ball Incentive Program. Assistant
joined the Pre State University. She will be the Director Marianne Shreck is the
Award staff as Pre Award contact for all schools/ point of contact for Pre Award ser-
our new Asso- colleges and non-academic depart- vices to all departments in the Col-
ciate Director. ments, except: College of Engi- lege of Science and Mathematics,
She comes to neering and Computer Science, the College of Liberal Arts, and
RSP from the Boonshoft School of Medicine, the Boonshoft School of Medi-
College of Arts College of Science and Mathemat- cine’s Department of Community
and Sciences at the University ics, and College of Liberal Arts. Health (except Healthy Commu-
of North Carolina at Pembroke Deborah replaces Brandy Foster, nities). Assistant Director Sheila
where she served as Associate who rejoined the College of En- Bensman serves as the RSP Pre
Dean for Research, bringing with gineering and Computer Science Award contact for all departments
her over ten years of experience as Associate Director of Technical within the Boonshoft School of
in grants development and pre Communications. Medicine, except the Department
award services. She earned her RSP’s Pre Award Director, of Community Health (exception
Bachelor of Arts degree in his- Jackie Frederick, continues to not including Healthy Communi-
tory from Millikin University, her serve as the contact for the Col- ties).
Master of Arts degree in history lege of Engineering and Computer
RSP Orientation Seminar 2011
Are you new to Wright State University or new to the world of extramural fund-
ing? Are you a veteran Wright State faculty or staff member re-entering the world
of extramural funding?
On Thursday, October 20, the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
will conduct an Orientation seminar for ALL interested faculty and cover such
topics as guidance on locating funding for research, information regarding inter-
nal funding programs, instructions on the WSU proposal submission process, and
advice on compliance issues. The Research and Sponsored Programs Orientation
seminar will be in E156A/B Student Union (Endeavor Room). Please mark your
calendar and look for details in our fall issue of Research News.
DON’T FORGET! SAVE THE DATE!
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 3
NSF and Data Sharing: Submitting A Management
Plan With Your Proposal
Beginning with all propos- the Data Management Plan should keep in mind the following caveats:
als submitted to the National conform to the NSF policy on dis- 1. If your project’s RFP does not
Science Foundation on or semination of research results (see include specific instructions in
after January 18, 2011, inves- AAG VI.D.4 for details) and may regard to Data Management
tigators are now required to include: Plan development, default back
submit a description of how • the types of data, samples, to the instructions included in
they plan to share with other physical collections, software, the current NSF Grant Proposal
researchers “the primary data, curriculum materials, and other Guide.
samples, physical collections, materials to be produced in the There are some NSF units (Direc-
and other supporting materi- course of the project; torates, Offices, etc.) that have es-
als created or gathered in the • the standards to be tablished data management require-
course of work under NSF used for data and ments, and they are available at:
grants.” The description, to metadata for- http://www.nsf.gov/bfa/dias/policy/
be labeled “Data Management mat and content dmp.jsp.
Plan,” should be no longer (where exist- 2. Collaborative proposals and
than two pages and be placed ing standards are those that include subawards
in the Special Information and absent or deemed are considered a single, unified
Supplementary Documentation inadequate, this should be project, which means that only
section of a proposal. These documented along with any one combined Data Manage-
two pages do not count toward proposed solutions or rem- ment Plan needs to accompany
the fifteen-page limit for the edies); the proposal. Proposals for
Project Description, nor are • policies for access and sharing supplementary support to an
they considered an Appendix including provisions for ap- existing award are not required
attachment. Fastlane will not propriate protection of privacy, to include a Data Management
allow submission of a pro- confidentiality, security, intel- Plan.
posal that is missing a Data lectual property, or other rights 3. A valid Data Management Plan
Management Plan. While or requirements; may include only the statement
supplemental to the proposal, • policies and provisions for that no detailed plan is needed,
note that this document will re-use, re-distribution, and the as long as the statement is ac-
be reviewed as integral to the production of derivatives; and companied by a clear justifica-
project and be reviewed as part • plans for archiving data, tion. Proposers who feel that
of the project’s Intellectual samples, and other research the plan cannot fit within the
Merit or Broader Impacts. products, and for preservation supplement limit of two pages
According to the current of access to them. may use part of the fifteen-page
NSF Grant Proposal Guide When developing a Data Man- Project Description for addi-
(GPG II.C.2.j, January 2011) agement Plan for your project, tional data management infor-
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 4
New Rates for Fringe Benefits, F & A Costs
As you develop your proposal •full-time classified staff, other rates will remain un-
budgets, keep in mind that sal- 54.2% changed: off-campus organized
ary, fringe benefits, and facili- •OPERS-covered students, research, 26%; other on-campus
ties and administrative (F & A) 15.6%. sponsored activities, 35%; and
costs will change over time, For a comparison of rates from other off-campus sponsored
perhaps even annually. Such FY11, and projected rates for activities, 26%. As a reminder,
is the case for WSU’s fringe the next two years, WSU rates apply to a project’s
benefits and F & A cost rates for visit the RSP web modified total direct costs, con-
FY12. Effective July 1, 2011 site page, “Proposal sisting of all salaries and wages,
to June 30, 2012, fringe benefit Preparation: Salary, fringe benefits, materials,
rates for faculty, staff, and stu- Fringe Benefit and supplies, services, travel, and
dents will change to the follow- F&A Cost Rates.” subgrants/subcontracts up to the
ing rates: Additionally, one first $25,000 of each subgrant/
•full-time faculty (51% FTE of WSU’s federally negoti- subcontract (regardless of the
or more), 22.0% ated F & A cost rates is set to project period). For additional
•faculty – part-time, over- increase by 1 percent for the details regarding WSU’s F &
load, summer, retirees, 11.5% next two years. The rate for A cost rates, visit the RSP web
•full-time unclassified (in- on-campus organized research site page, “Proposal Prepara-
cluding hourly), 30.0% will increase from 45% to tion: Salary, Fringe Benefit and
•part-time un/classified staff, 46%, effective from July 1, F&A Cost Rates.”
15.0% 2011 to June 30, 2013. All
RSP Announces Licensing of
RSP will be moving forward the following modules are being •Human Studies Development
with replacing its current File- licensed by WSU to assist with and Management for the Insti-
maker database with a new compliance and management of tutional Review Board.
integrated database solution from animal studies, conflicts of inter-
InfoEd International. The new est, and human studies: Once the contract with InfoEd
system will allow us to route has been finalized, an implemen-
our proposals internally through •Animal Studies Develop- tation plan will be developed in
an electronic portal (no more ment and Management for the phases beginning with the Grants
red folders!) and submit federal Laboratory Management module. As we tran-
applications through a system-to- •Animal Care and Use Com- sition to the new methods, we will
system portal. mittee; keep faculty and staff alerted to
In addition to the Grants Man- •Expertise Management for the changes prior to their imple-
agement module, which includes Conflict of Interest Reporting mentation and of training that will
Proposal Development, Proposal and Management; and be made available regarding the
Tracking, and Award Tracking, new procedures.
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 5
NIH CAPS INFLATION ADJUSTMENTS ON
COMPETING AND NON-COMPETING RESEARCH AWARDS
Based on the outcome of FY11 level and may be reduced by an FY10 award level, with future
federal appropriations, NIH re- inflationary adjustment level set year commitments adjusted for
search grant funding has been by each Institute inflation based on the revised
reduced to 1 percent below FY10 or Center (up to FY11 level. Modular budgets
funding levels. What does this the level set by will be reduced to 3 percent
mean for WSU investigators? that Institute or below the FY10 level.
Center for non-
•Non-modular research grants modular research These changes do not affect
from all NIH Institutes and grants). projects from the following
Centers (except NCI) will be programs: Career Awards, SBIR/
reduced to 1 percent below •For future competing research STTRs, and Ruth L. Kirschstein
FY10 funding levels, and infla- grants, in order to remain aligned National Research Service Award
tionary adjustments for recurring with non-competing awards, (NRSA) Individual Fellowships
costs on non-competing research future inflationary adjustments and Institutional Training Grants.
grants in FY12 and beyond will for recurring costs will be set at 2 To read the full text NIH notice:
be set at 2 percent, based on the percent. http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/
adjusted 2011 level. notice-files/NOT-OD-11-068.html
•For the National Cancer Insti- and clarification:
•Modular grants will be reduced tute, non-modular grants will be http://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/
to 1 percent below the FY 2010 reduced to 3 percent below the notice-files/NOT-OD-11-077.html
NIH: Investigator Compliance with
Proposal Development Guidelines Critical
On May 27, the National Institutes of materials inappropriate to the section in which
Health published a reminder to all they were placed. In other cases, investiga-
investigators regarding the con- tors attempted to circumvent the page limit
tinued importance of compliance by placing additional unallowable material in
with published proposal guide- the Appendix. In these instances, NIH staff
lines, specifically regarding the may include a note in the summary statement
inclusion of materials in sections that alerts the investigator to this issue for
that do not have a set limit to the future submission purposes; however, NIH
number of pages that can be submitted may withdraw applications from review and
along with the proposal narrative (e.g. the funding consideration for egregious cases in
Protection of Human Subjects and Verte- which inappropriate material has been placed
brate Animals sections). During recent in a section or sections of an application with-
submissions, NIH staff and reviewers out page limits, or in the Appendix.
discovered that some applications included
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 6
The grants and contracts on these pages were awarded from
September 2010 through April 2011
Boonshoft School of Carlson, Robert G. Cauley, Katherine L.
Medicine Falck, Russel S. Clasen, Carla
Daniulaityte, Raminta WMD/Hazmat Protection Training
Nahhas, Ramzi for Health Professionals
Bigley, Nancy J.
Trajectories of Illicit JXT Applications, Inc.
Peptide Mimetic Modulation of
Pharmaceutical Opioid Use $22,129
Latent and Lytic HSV-1 Infection
Among Young Adults in Ohio
Canadian Bureau for
DHHS, National Institute on Drug Cauley, Katherine L.
Abuse Sinclair Community College
$563,131 Matching Funds CY2011
Sinclair Community College
Carlson, Robert G. $16,000
Cool, David R.
Falck, Russel S.
Purified Snake Venom Study
Buprenorphine Post-Marketing Clasen, Carla
Central State University
Surveillance Southeast Weed and Seed Safe
CRS Associates, LLC Haven Programming
$7,335 Montgomery County Sunrise
Carr, Carey J. $1,631
Devicor Medical Products, Inc.
Moore, Dennis C.
The Paths to Recovery Project Cool, David R.
Greater Cincinnati Behavioral Lucot, James B.
Borchers, Jerome L.
Health Services Brown, Thomas L.
Binder, Stephen Bruce
$20,000 Protection Against Sarin-Induced
IPA Services: VAMC
Neurotoxicity via an In Vivo
Veterans Affairs Medical Center
Cauley, Katherine L. Caspase Inhibitor
Simmons, Dionne M. DHHS, National Institute of
Kinship Navigator Consortium Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Burke, Ann E.
Montgomery County Children
Services Cowan, Allison
$126,641 Montgomery County Board of
American College of
Rheumatology Research and
Cauley, Katherine L. Consulting Services
AHEC Support Montgomery County Board of
Ohio Board of Regents Mental Retardation &
$111,003 Developmental Disabilities
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 7
Dhanraj, David N. Ford, JoAnn Gentile, Julie P.
IPA Services: VAMC Williams, Carlton PROF-MR/DD-ODMRDD
Veterans Affairs Medical Center One-Stop to Wellness FY2011
$5,000 DHHS, Substance Abuse and Ohio Department of Mental
Mental Health Services Retardation and Developmental
Di Fulvio, Mauricio Administration Disabilities
Role of Na+-K+-2CL- $393,581 $30,000
Cotransporters in Diabetic
Sensory Neuropathy Fraker, Susan M. Hamilton, Glenn C.
American Diabetes Association - Ford, JoAnn Gebhart, Mark E.
National Technology Assisted Services for Homeland Emergency Learning
$126,709 Persons with Disabilities and Preparedness Center
Ohio Department of Alcohol and DoD, Air Force, Air Force
Dodge, Robin E. Drug Addiction Services Research Laboratory
Aerospace Medicine Training $343,627 $179,763
for the Era of Moon, Mars, and
Beyond Galloway, Michael Hamilton, Glenn C.
National Aeronautics and Space IPA Services: VAMC Regional Healthcare Preparedness
Administration Veterans Affairs Medical Center Grant
$343,472 $5,000 Greater Dayton Area Health
Dunn, Margaret M. Gebhart, Mark E. $50,000
NCI Award Under DCOP Fiscal Kirkpatrick, Daniel
Agency Agreement Civilian Aeromedical Evacuation Hamilton, Glenn C.
Dayton Clinical Oncology Sustainment Training (CAEST) CORF Cost Share
Program University of Memphis City of Fairborn, Ohio
$1,022,207 $95,901 $0
Dunn, Margaret M. Gebhart, Mark E. Hostetler, Heather
Miscellaneous Awards Under Homeland Response Force (HRF) The Role of Long Chain
DCOP Fiscal Agency Agreement Basic Training Acyl-CoAs in Nuclear Receptor
Dayton Clinical Oncology USPFO for Ohio Regulation
Program $30,000 DHHS, National Institute of
$174,154 Diabetes and Digestive and
Gentile, Julie P. Kidney Diseases
Falck, Russel S. CCOE: Dual Diagnosis MI/DD $248,682
Carlson, Robert G. Ohio Developmental Disabilities
Daniulaityte, Raminta Council Kadakia, Madhavi P.
Preventing Unintentional $75,000 Controlling Bioprocesses Using
Prescription Drug Poisoning Peptide-Modified Scaffolds
Public Health Dayton and Gentile, Julie P. Universal Energy Systems, Inc.
Montgomery County Montgomery County DD Services $14,500
$80,000 Professorship for 2011
Montgomery County Board of
Mental Retardation and
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 8
Kozak, Juliusz Ashot Nahhas, Ramzi Prayson, Michael J.
Regulation of Ca2+ Entry Sherwood, Richard J. Fixation Using Alternative
Pathways by pH and PI (3,4,5)P3 Longitudinal Modeling of Implants for the Treatment of Hip
in Human T. Lymphocyte Craniofacial Growth Trajectories Fractures (FAITH)
Activation DHHS, National Institute of Den- University of Minnesota
American Heart Association - tal and Craniofacial Research $15,240
$77,000 $145,417 Prayson, Michael J.
Fluid Lavage of Open Wounds
Lachecki, Carla Olson, James E. (FLOW): A Multi-Center, Blinded,
Cauley, Katherine L. Nanocontrast Agents Phase 2 Factorial Trial Comparing
Women's Health Week 2011 University of Dayton Alternative Irrigating Solutions
Ohio Department of Health $7,254 and Pressures in Patients with
$7,960 Open Fractures
Organisciak, Daniel T. Greenville Hospital System
Lehrer, Douglas S. Prevention of Light-Induced $1,015
The Genomic Psychiatry Cohort Retinal Degeneration by Natural
(GPC) Substances Pretorius, Richard W.
University of Southern California Alcon Laboratories, Inc. Medical School Admission
$80,000 $195,349 Policies and the Family Medicine
Pipeline: Developing Practical
Lucot, James B. Paliy, Oleg Guidance Based Analysis of
Organ Specific Perturbation of DNA Extraction from Fecal Student Origins
Biological Pathways and Material: Method Optimization Society of Teachers of Family
Processing Resulting from Project Medicine Foundation
Exposure to Organophosphorous Procter and Gamble Company $1,584
Henry M. Jackson Foundation Putnam, Robert W.
$10,000 Pascoe, John M. Time-Dependent Changes in
Chumlea, W. Cameron Respiratory Control After Perinatal
Markey, Michael Forbis, Shalini G. Hyperoxia
Establishment of aCGH Spears, William D. Bates College
Capabilities Within the Center for Lee, Miryoung $4,995
Genomics Research ARRA-Training in Primary Care
Dermatopathology Lab of Central Medicine and Dentistry: Rapp, Richard C.
States Administrative Academic Unit, South Carolina Linkage Programs
$80,000 Pediatrics for Inmates
DHHS, Health Resources and University of South Carolina
Morris, Mariana Services Administration (HRSA) $40,005
PREP Scholars $243,660
DHHS, National Institute of Reichard, Adam C.
General Medical Sciences Pascoe, John M. Bigley, Nancy J.
$317,737 Spears, William D. M1/M2 Macrophage
Best Practices for Study Differentiation After HSV1
Morris, Mariana Recruiting in Primary Care Corneal Infection
Translational Biomedical Training Settings Sigma XI
for Underrepresented Minorities Wayne State University $2,000
U.S. Department of Education $34,345
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 9
Rich, Mark M. Trevino, Julian J. Hanby, Donna
Delivery of Therapeutic Genes in Psoriasis Longitudinal Assessment Teacher Performance Assessment
Motor Neuron Disease and Registry (PSOLAR) Ohio Board of Regents
Ohio State University Centocor, Inc. $74,768
Harris, Charlotte M.
Rich, Mark M. Williams, Carlton Dayton Regional Science,
Treating Myotonia Congenita Wilson, Josephine F. Technology, Engineering, and
Muscular Dystrophy Association Fifty-Plus Prevention Project Mathematics School Services
$53,358 (F3P) Agreement
DHHS, Substance Abuse and Dayton Regional Science,
Rogers, Nikki L. Mental Health Services Technology, Engineering, and
Community PROMISE Administration Mathematics (STEM) School
Mt. Olive Baptist Church $299,999 $481,989
Williams, Carlton Keener, Catherine D.
Sherwood, Richard J. Substance, Testing, and Education McIlvenna, Noeleen
Duren, Dana L. Program Using Prevention The Wright Intervention
Towne, Bradford (STEP-UP) U.S. Department of Education
Genetic Architecture of the Human DHHS, Substance Abuse and $100,000
Dentognathic Complex Mental Health Services
DHHS, National Institute of Administration
Dental and Craniofacial Research $299,955 College of Engineering and
$659,559 Wyatt, Christopher N.
AMP-Activated Protein Kinase
Sulentic, Courtney E.W. and Oxygen Sensing
Chung, Soon M.
3'alpha Enhancer Regulation by DHHS, National Heart, Lung, and
Bangert, Austin D.
AhR and NF-kappaB/Rel Proteins Blood Institute
Service-Oriented Integration of
DHHS, National Institute of $315,833
Environmental Health Sciences
Dayton Area Graduate Studies
$197,350 College of Education and Institute
Human Services $6,855
Czerwinski, Stefan Aleksander
Choh, Audrey Franco, Suzanne Optimal Injection Setting and
Genetics of Infant Growth and Patel, Nimisha Thermodynamic Analysis of DISI
Later Obesity Lindsey, Jill L. Rotary Engine
University of Minnesota College Ready STEM Baker Engineering, Inc.
$115,101 Demonstration Grant $30,000
Ohio Board of Regents
Trevino, Julian J. $266,381 Dong, Haibo
Visiting Professor Program
Computational Analysis of Wankel
Rotary Engine Using Direct
L.K. Industries, Inc.
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 10
Emmert, John M. Gallimore, Jennie J. Goswami, Tarun
Garber, Fred D. Tsang, Pamela S. Turbine Engine Retirement for
Kazimierczuk, Marian K. Shingledecker, Clark Cause (RFC) Component
New Electronic Warfare Kidambi, Phani Implementation: Phase II
Specialists Through Advanced Flight Deck Display and Control Universal Technology Corporation
Research by Students Requirements Human Factors $249,112
MacAulay-Brown, Inc. Study
$17,970 U.S. Department of Goswami, Tarun
Transportation, Federal Aviation Turbine Engine Retirement for
Fendley, Mary E. Administration Cause (RFC) Component
Information Processing Model for $632,086 Implementation: Phase I
Sensor Exploitation of Multiple Universal Technology Corporation
RPVs Gallimore, Jennie J. $98,666
Science Applications International Wireless Phone Distraction
Corporation Research Goswami, Tarun
$22,170 Transportation Research Center Cervical Injury: Devices and Risk
Fendley, Mary E. $11,471 Battelle Laboratories
iCAD, Inc. Engineering Support $61,795
iCAD, Inc. Gallimore, Jennie J.
$18,720 Data, Information, and Decisions Goswami, Tarun
to Display Mapping Evaluation of Posterior Lumbar
Fendley, Mary E. Center for Operator Performance Fixation Devices
Identification of Green Industries $5,500 X-spine Systems, Inc.
and Their Pathways for East End $16,675
Community Services Garber, Fred D.
East End Community Services Automatic Target Recognition Goswami, Tarun
Corporation Center Summer Intern Program Life and Reliability Prediction for
$9,000 Ohio State University Turbopropulsion Systems to
$148,583 Manage Maintenance Costs
Fendley, Mary E. American Technology & Services
Gleason M&M Precision Systems Goshtasby, A. Ardeshir Inc.
Engineering Support Camp, John L. $13,000
Gleason M&M Precision Systems Browning, Fernando C.
$6,300 Cetnar, John S. Grandhi, Ramana V.
Hartman, Joshua A. Casting Optimization
Fendley, Mary E. Hester, Tyler A. Caterpillar, Inc.
Biomedical Imaging Engineering Science, Mathematics, and $60,000
Services Research for Transformation
Nationwide Children’s Hospital (SMART) Defense Scholarship Grandhi, Ramana V.
$6,300 Program 2010/2011 LSP for Reliable Fatigue Life
American Society for Engineering General Dynamics Information
Education Technology, Inc.
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 11
Grandhi, Ramana V. Huang, George Mawasha, P. Ruby
Collaborative Center in Ayyadurai, Mary S. Ohio Space Grant Consortium
Multidisciplinary Sciences Young, Henry Daniel Scholarship/Fellowship Program
(CCMS) Thomas, Scott Keith 2010/2011
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and Numerical/Experimental Study of Ohio Space Grant Consortium
State University Functionally Graded Structures $3,500
$40,200 and Exploration of Micro Air
Vehicles Menart, James A.
Hangartner, Thomas N. DoD, Air Force, Air Force Renewable and Clean Energy
Colorado Center for Childhood Research Laboratory Education Initiative
Liver Disease Research $88,485 University of Dayton
Education: Etiology and $177,767
Treatment of Biliary Atresia and Huang, Hong
INH Cheekati, Sree Mukhopadhyay, Sharmila M.
University of Colorado ECS Travel Grant A Molecular Modeling Approach
$52,093 The Electrochemical Society to Predicting Elastic and Failure
$800 Behavior of Thermosetting
Hitzler, Pascal Polymer
III: Small: TRON - Tractable Klingbeil, Nathan W. DoD, Air Force Office of
Reasoning Ontologies Koenig, Kathleen Scientific Research
NSF, Miscellaneous Gateway into STEM Curricula: $150,000
$149,166 A Model Community College/
University Partnership Narayanan, Sundaram
Hitzler, Pascal Promoting First-Year Retention Skipper, Julie
REU Supplement: III: Small: and 2 to 4-Year Articulation Kidambi, Phani
TRON -Tractable Reasoning NSF, Miscellaneous Bennett, Kevin B.
Ontologies $211,061 He, Ping
NSF, Miscellaneous Neuroscience and Medical
$16,000 Liu, Meilin Imaging
The Exploration of Memory DoD, Air Force, Air Force
Huang, George Hierarchy and Parallelism for Research Laboratory
Shang, Joseph J.S. Multi Core Systems $500,000
Menart, James A. NSF, Miscellaneous
A Joint WSU/AFRL Center for $190,603 Narayanan, Sundaram
Advanced Power and Energy Operations Support Center (OSC)
Conversion Research (CAPEC) Liu, Yan of Tec^Edge
DoD, Air Force, Air Force Parikh, Pratik The Wright Brothers Institute, Inc.
Research Laboratory Use of Exploratory Data Mining $295,114
$145,000 Techniques to Study Associations
between Bone-Mineral Density Narayanan, Sundaram
and Relevant Clinical Parameters Operations Support Center (OSC)
Genzyme Corporation of Tec^Edge
$51,720 The Wright Brothers Institute, Inc.
Research News Winter/Spring 2011 Page 12
Narayanan, Sundaram Rigling, Brian D. Sheth, Amit
Operations Support Center (OSC) Fogle, Orelle R. T040: LVC Sensors Integration for
of Tec^Edge Application of Range Doppler Data Fusion in Operations and
The Wright Brothers Institute, Inc. Processing Training
$201,310 Matrix Research & Engineering Ball Aerospace
WBI: Innovation and Rizki, Mateen M. Sheth, Amit
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