Round 16 Funded Proposals


Proposal Title

Faculty

 

Commuting Mode and inflammatory Response (COMIR)

Alfredo Morabia, CBNS
Queens College

Frank Mirer, EOHS
Hunter College

 


Combined Experimental and Theoretical Investigation of Electrodeposition in Room-Temperature Ionic Liquids

Mark Kobrak, Chemistry
Brooklyn College

Sanjoy Banerjee, Chemical Engineering
City College

Daniel Steingart, Chemical Engineering
City College

 

Evoked Potential Studies of Adolescent Brain Development: a Cross-Disciplinary Approach

Jillian Grose-Fifer, Psychology
John Jay College

James Gordon, Psychology
Hunter College

 

Tau Structure and Function, its Implication in Neurodegeneration

 

Alejandra del Carmen Alonso, Chemistry
College of Staten Island

Joseph Dannenberg, Chemistry/Biochemistry
Hunter College

 

Living Copolymer-Antibody Conjugates for Imaging Applications

Krishnaswami Raja, Chemistry
College of Staten Island

William L'amoreaux, Biology
College of Staten Island


A North American Biodiversity Hotspot: How The Mississippi River Functions As An Engine Of Species Diversification

Frank Burbrink, Biology
College of Staten Island

Michael Hickerson, Biology
Queens College

 

Influenza: Optical Technologies to Identify Candidates for Rapid Vaccine Production

Paul Gottlieb, Sophie Davis
City College of New York

Swapan Gayen, Physics
City College of New York

 

Using Proteomic Methods to Investigate the Function of Nup211, an Essential Nucleoporin

Hualin Zhong, Biology
Hunter College

Emmanuel Chang, Chemistry
York College

 

Shared Decision Making for Collaborative Exploration

Elizabeth Sklar, Computer & Info Sciences
Brooklyn College

Susan Epstein, Computer Science
Hunter College

 

Spin Diffusion: Quantum Coherence, Disorder, Reduced Dimensionality

Vadim Oganesyan, Engineering Science & Physics
College of Staten Island

Gregory Boutis, Physics
Brooklyn College

 

Mastery of Specific Syntactic Structures as Predictors of Developing Literacy in Bilinguals

Gita Martohardjono, Linguistics & Comm Disorders
Queens College

Ricardo Otheguy, Linguistics
Graduate Center