Active Grants

As a Family Research Scholar faculty from across campus recieve the support and expertise to produce and submit major grant proposals. The following proposals are currently active:

National Institutes of Health
$2,008,466

"Sex Differences in Cognitive and Brain Aging: A Primate Model"

Five year grant awarded in FY2015

PI:
Associate Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences
National Institutes of Health: National Institute on Aging
$1,644,615

"Sleep-dependent Memory Processing in Older Adults"

Multi-year grant awarded FY2013

PI:
Assistant Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences
National Institutes of Health: Natl Institute of Child Health and Human Development
$2,125,023

“The Benefit of Naps on Cognitive, Emotional and Motor Learning in Preschoolers”

Multi-year grant, awarded FY2012

PI:
Assistant Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences
National Institutes of Health: Natl Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders
$1,757,185

"Overcoming Learned Non-Use in Chronic Aphasia: Behavioral, fMRI, and QoL Outcomes"

Multi-year grant awarded FY2012

PI:
Assistant Professor, Communication Disorders
National Science Foundation: Career Award
$674,591

“Perceptual Narrowing and Cortical Development in Infancy”

Multi-year grant awarded FY12

PI:
Assistant Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences
National Science Foundation: Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences
$1,499,993

"Peer Influences on Adolescents' Self-Concept, Achievement, And Future Aspirations in Science and Mathematics: Does Student Gender and Race Matter?"

Multi-year grant awarded FY14

PI:
Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences
US Army Research Institute for the Behavioral & Social Sciences
2,327,073

“Exploring the Use of Visual Features and Recognition Strategies in Perceptual Expertise in the Laboratory and in the Real World“

Multi-year contract awarded FY2012

PI:
Assistant Professor, Psychological and Brain Sciences