About the ORA
Vice Provost for Research
Proposals, Grants, and Contracts
Submitting a Proposal
Internal Funding Opportunities
For UMSL Inventors
National Academy of Inventors
Animal Subjects (IACUC)
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Human Subjects (IRB)
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Animal Welfare Unit
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Proposal Development Resources
Research & Innovation Week @ UMSL
→ TOTAL AWARDED: $1,111,099
September 2013 Awards by Sponsor Type:
|MO - Local Government||$9,078|
|State of Missouri||$317,533|
September 2013 Awards by Purpose:
|Other Sponsored Activity||$275,300|
→ SEPTEMBER 2013 AWARDS:
Jermine Alberty, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $55,500 for “TPA 14511 - Creating a Mental Health Informed School District 2013-14 - Youth Mental Health First Aid” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Judith Cochran, Educational Leadership & Policy, awarded $9,078 for “AVID Tutorial Support for Normandy School District” by the Normandy, Mo., School District.
Mary Dugan, MO Institute of Mental Health, awarded $43,837 for “MDMH TPA 14505 Trauma-Informed System Initiative” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Aimee Dunlap Lehtila, Biology, awarded $277,539 for “Experimental studies of learning evolution: the role of reliability and uncertainty” by the University of Minnesota.
Cezary Janikow, Mathematics & Computer Science, awarded $10,000 for “ESI SOW 31: Space Planning” by Express Scripts, Inc.
Barbara Keehn, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $97,099 for “Evaluation, Technical Assistance and Training at SLPRC” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
Thomas Meuser, Gerontology, awarded $91,311 for “Physician Input on Cited Older Drivers” by the Missouri Department of Transportation.
Michael Nichols, James Bashkin, Eike Bauer, Alexei Demchenko, Cynthia Dupureur, Geroge Gokel, Wesley Harris, Wendy Olivas, Keith Stine and Bethany Zolman, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Biology and Center for Nanoscience, awarded $100,000 for “MRI: Acquisition of a Circular Dichroism Spectrometer” by the National Science Foundation.
Robert Paul, Psychology, awarded $22,365 for “The Effects of Age and Highly active Antiretrovial Therapy on Brain Function” by Washington University School of Medicine.
Nancy Singer, Secondary & K-12 Education, awarded $20,000 for “2013-2014 SEED Evaluation Walnut Groves” by the National Writing Project Corporation.
Nancy Singer, Secondary & K-12 Education, awarded $20,000 for “2013-2014 SEED Evaluation Central School” by the National Writing Project Corporation.
Nancy Singer, Secondary & K-12 Education, awarded $29,786 for “Missouri Writing Projects Network-Gateway Writing Project 2013-2014” by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
L. Douglas Smith, College of Business Administration, awarded $5,000 for “Research report utilizing FACTA 319 Accuracy Study data” by the Federal Trade Commission.
Mindy Steiniger, Biology, awarded $329,584 for “The link between mRNA 3' end processing and siRNA biogenesis in Drosophila” by the National Institutes of Health.