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Grants

Grants from external agencies such as the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, amongst others, provide funding for student and faculty travel to conferences, stipends for summer training of students in research laboratories, and the purchase of new equipment to add to our state-of-the-art instrumentation.

2014

O’Connor, A. R.; Chan, B. C. “Iridium Catalysts for Enantioselective Transfer Hydrogenation.” National Science Foundation $ 227,719/3 years, in review

2013

Chan, B.C; Nayak, S.; Bradley; L.; Lovett, D.L. “PERSIST 2.0 in Biology and Chemistry (Program to Enhance Retention of Students In Science Trajectories in Biology and Chemistry)” National Science Foundation-S-STEM Award no. 1259762, $633,236/ 5 years

Hunt, D.; Weinstein, J.; Egleton, R. D; Gonzalez, G. “Development of Drugs and Novel Transport Methods Enabling Penetration of the Blood-Brain Barrier for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease“, James Weinstein Foundation (Marshall University School of Medicine), $2,500

O’Connor, A.R. “Integrated Computational and Experimental REU Site.” National Science Foundation REU, 2013/ 1 year affiliated faculty member with Duquesne University. Supplement.

O’Connor, A. R. “Synthesis of Cationic Nickel(II) Complexes Containing Hemilabile Arms for use as Alkene Hydrogenation Catalysts.” American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, 2013, $50,000/ 2 years

2012

Hunt, D. A.; Weinstein, J.; Egleton, R. D; Gonzalez, G. “Development of Drugs and Novel Transport Methods Enabling Penetration of the Blood-Brain Barrier for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease” James Weinstein Foundation (Marshall University School of Medicine), $205,000

Hunt, D. A.; Waters Corporation Academic Grant, $12,000

O’Connor, A. R. “New Ni(II) and Pd(II) Complexes Containing Hemilabile Pendent Arene Groups to Catalyze the Polymerization of Olefins and Polar Monomers.” Research Corporation, $35,000/ 2 years

2011

Sen, S.; Bradley, L., Guarracino, D.; Hunt, D. A; O’Connor, A. R. “MRI: Acquisition of a 400 MHz NMR Spectrometer for Undergraduate Research and Training.” NSF MRI CHE-1125993, $261,086

Hunt, D.; Weinstein, J.; Egleton, R. D; Gonzalez, G. “Development of Drugs and Novel Transport Methods Enabling Penetration of the Blood-Brain Barrier for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease”, James Weinstein Foundation (Marshall University School of Medicine), $75,000

Hunt, D. A., George and Rolfa Rogers Neurodegenerative Diseases Program of Marshall University, $20,000

2010

Bunagan, M. “Single-Molecule Investigation of Multi-Domain Folding: A Fluorescence Correlation Spectroscopy Study”, Research Corporation for Science Advancement, $35,000/2 years

Hunt, D. A.; Weinstein, J.; Egleton, R. D; Gonzalez, G. “Development of Drugs and Novel Transport Methods Enabling Penetration of the Blood-Brain Barrier for the Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease”, Marshall University School of Medicine, $50,000

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