Recent Research Funding

We receive funding from a variety of sources that recognize the value of our high-impact research.

Yongho Bae, PhD

  • Networked Nanophotonic Devices for Stem Cell Regulation: From Optogenetics to Optogenomics. Yongho Bae (Co-Principal Investigator). National Science Foundation. $599,067. 8/1/2017-7/1/2020.

Scott Doyle, PhD

  • Integration of Physical and Virtual Cadavers in a Hybrid Gross Anatomy Curriculum. Scott Doyle (Co-Investigator), Stuart Inglis (Co-Investigator). Center for Educational Innovation. $10,000. 5/1/2017-5/1/2018.

Tracey Ignatowski, PhD

  • Ionic Mechanisms Underlying Dorsal Root Ganglion Excitability. Tracey Ignatowski (Co-Investigator), Arin Bhattacharjee (Principal Investigator). National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. $1,677,856. 9/1/2012-6/1/2017.

Stuart Inglis, PhD

  • Integration of Physical and Virtual Cadavers in a Hybrid Gross Anatomy Curriculum. Stuart Inglis (Co-Investigator), Scott Doyle (Co-Investigator). Center for Educational Innovation. $10,000. 5/1/2017-5/1/2018.

Juan Liu, PhD

  • External Cooperation Program. Juan Liu (Co-Investigator). Bureau of International Cooperation, China. $158,746. 1/1/2018-12/1/2020.
  • Open Grant. Juan Liu (Principal Investigator). State Key Laboratory of Palaeobiology and Stratigraphy (China). $17,461. 7/1/2017-6/1/2020.

Frank Mendel, PhD

  • the Innovative Micro-Programs Accelerating Collaboration in Themes (IMPACT)titled: "Does the Orientation of the Spine & Sacrum protect the Pelvic Floor". Frank Mendel (Co-Investigator), Tova Ablove (Principal Investigator), Teresa Danforth (Co-Investigator), Christopher Hamill (Co-Investigator). University at Buffalo - IMPACT GRANT. $35,000. 4/1/2014-4/1/2015.

John Tomaszewski, MD, MASCP

  • Computerized histologic image predictor of cancer outcome. John Tomaszewski (Co-Investigator). NIH/Case. $232,187. 7/1/2016-6/1/2021.
  • Pathology Image Informatics Platform for visualization, analysis and management. John Tomaszewski (Co-Investigator). NIH/Case. $101,849. 7/1/2015-6/1/2020.

Jack Tseng, PhD

  • An Integrated Approach to Understanding Evolutionary Transformations in Craniodental and Locomotor Specializations. Jack Tseng (Co-Investigator). National Science Foundation. 8/1/2013-7/1/2017.