Recent Research Funding

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

  • Disrupting ion channel scaffolding to treat neuropathic pain. Tracey Ignatowski (Co-Investigator). NIH. $1,901,926. 9/1/2019-8/1/2024.
  • On the Control of Information Processing and Learning in Neuronal Networks through Light-mediated Programming of Genomic Net. Ewa Stachowiak (Contributor). National Science Foundation. 3/1/2021-4/1/2024.
  • Quantitative Risk Model for Predicting Likelihood of Recurrence for Oral Cavity Cancer. Scott Doyle (Principal Investigator). NIH. $2,003,024. 4/1/2020-3/1/2024.
  • On the Control of Neuronal Networks through Light-mediated Programming of Genomic Networks. Michal Stachowiak (Principal Investigator). National Science Foundation. 3/1/2021-3/1/2024.
  • Collaborative Research: Control of Information Processing and Learning in Neuronal Networks through Light-mediated Programming of Genomic Networks. Yongho Bae (Co-Principal Investigator). National Science Foundation. $366,284. 2/1/2021-1/1/2024.
  • R01: Computational Imaging of Renal Structures for Diagnosing Diabetic Nephropathy. Pinaki Sarder (Principal Investigator). National Institutes of Health. $2,000,045. 9/1/2018-7/1/2023.
  • A Computational Renal Pathology Suite for KPMP. Pinaki Sarder (Principal Investigator). The Kidney Precision Medicine Project (KPMP) Consortium Glue Grant. $215,000. 1/1/2020-7/1/2023.
  • Biomarker Discovery and Validation in PSP. Olga Pletnikova (Contributor). NIH. $576,476. 8/1/2018-4/1/2023.
  • Networked Nanophotonic Devices for Stem Cell Regulation: From Optogenetics to Optogenomics. Yongho Bae (Co-Principal Investigator). National Science Foundation. $599,067. 8/1/2017-7/1/2022.
  • Mechanotransduction in Vascular Smooth Muscle: Survivin as a Mediator of Stiffness-Induced Responses. Yongho Bae (Principal Investigator). American Heart Association. $266,000. 7/1/2018-6/1/2022.
  • Going Beyond Segmentation in Discovering Early Pixel Level Changes in Diabetic Nephropathy using Histology Image and Urinary Proteomics Data. Pinaki Sarder (Principal Investigator). DiaComp Pilot & Feasibility Grant. $60,000. 7/1/2021-6/1/2022.
  • KULMAP: Human Kidney, Urinary Tract, and Lung Mapping Center. Pinaki Sarder (Co-Investigator). National Institutes of Health. $100,000. 7/1/2021-6/1/2022.
  • Integrating Genomics and Image Features for Computational Prognostication of Diabetic Nephropathy. Pinaki Sarder (Principal Investigator). The State University of New York. $30,000. 10/1/2020-4/1/2022.
  • A Framework for Fusing Histopathology and Genomics Features for Diabetes Diagnosis and Prognosis. Pinaki Sarder (Principal Investigator). Clinical & Translational Science Institute - University at Buffalo. $42,500. 1/1/2021-12/1/2021.
  • “Networked Nanophotonic Devices for Stem Cell Regulation: From Optogenetics to Optogenomics. Ewa Stachowiak (Contributor). National Science Foundation. 10/1/2017-10/1/2021.
  • “Networked Nanophotonic Devices for Stem Cell Regulation:From Optogenetics to Optogenomics. Michal Stachowiak (Co-Principal Investigator). National Science Foundation. 9/1/2017-9/1/2021.
  • SBIR Phase II “A Blood-Based Test to Identify Patients with Intracranial Aneurysm”. John Kolega (Principal Investigator). Neurovascular Diagnostics, Inc. $24,891. 8/1/2019-7/1/2021.
  • Computerized histologic image predictor of cancer outcome. John Tomaszewski (Co-Investigator). NIH/Case. $232,187. 7/1/2016-6/1/2021.
  • University at Buffalo’s Center for Advanced Technology in Big Data and Health Sciences Total (UBCAT) “Molecular Markers for Dangerous Intracranial Aneurysms”. John Kolega (Principal Investigator). Neurovascular Diagnostics, Inc. $17,387. 7/1/2020-6/1/2021.
  • Integration of Physical and Virtual Cadavers in a Hybrid Gross Anatomy Curriculum. Scott Doyle (Co-Investigator). Center for Educational Innovation. $10,000. 5/1/2017-5/1/2021.