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July 2017 External Awards

→ TOTAL AWARDED: $2,343,608

→ Awards by Sponsor Type     
Association $73,288
Federal                      $1,331,148
MO Local Government $698,062
State of Missouri                      $241,110
→ Awards by Funding Purpose
Other Sponsored Activities         $996,086
Research $1,347,522
→ Awards by PI(s) and Individual Project    

Steve Bourne, Psychological Services

Awarded $36,914 for “Psychological Evaluations for St. Louis City Children with Suspected Depression or Psychosis” by the Sidney R. Baer, Jr. Foundation.

Alexei Demchenko and Keith Stine, Chemistry

Awarded $325,027 for “Automation of Surface-Tethered Iterative Carbohydrate Synthesis (STICS)” by the National Institutes of Medicine.

Alexei Demchenko and Keith Stine, Chemistry

Awarded $526,121 for “Refinement and implementation of the automated oligosaccharide synthesizer” by the National Institutes of Medicine

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $102,946 for “TASK for Caregivers Trauma Assess, Skills & Knowledge” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $98,365 for “Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for Trauma In Schools” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $231,375 for “Trauma-Informed System of Care: Therapy & Psychiatric Services” by the Saint Louis Mental Health Board.

Jerry Dunn, Child Advocacy Center

Awarded $265,376 for “St. Louis Public Schools Promoting Student Resilience” by the St. Louis Public Schools.

George Gokel, Chemistry

Awarded $480,000 for “Supramolecular Chemistry of Synthetic Amphiphiles” by the National Science Foundation.

Wendy Olivas, Biology

Awarded $16,374 for “Danforth Graduate Stipend” by the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center.

Robert Paul, Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Awarded $103,002 for “Evaluation, Technical Assistance and Training at SLPRC” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

Anna Savu, Missouri Institute of Mental Health

Awarded $138,108 for “SPIRIT Program Evaluation FY18” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.

Nancy Singer, Ed Prep, Innovation & Research

Awarded $20,000 for “2017 LRNG Innovators Challenge” by the National Writing Project Corporation.