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Steve Bourne, Center for Behavioral Health, awarded $136,960 for “Psychological Evaluation in St. Charles County 2021” by the Community and Children's Resource Board.
Sharlee Climer, Computer Science, awarded $59,765 for “A multipronged interrogation of large-scale "omics" data to reveal COVID-19 pathways” by Washington University.
**Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio, awarded $275,176 for “NPR Collaborative Journalism Hub – Midwest Region” by National Public Radio.
Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio, awarded $362,100 for “Radio Community Service Grant Agreement- FY2021 Unrestricted” by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Shelley Kerley, KWMU FM Radio, awarded $133,724 for “Radio Community Service Grant Agreement - FY 2021 Restricted” by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
*Robert Paul, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $20,000 for “Functional Imaging Reserve in NeuroHIV (FIRN)” by Washington University.
Robert Paul, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $645,454 for “Viral and Host Determinants of Cognitive Status in Vertically Transmitted HIV 3+” by the National Institutes of Health.
Robert Paul, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $72,289 for “Study of NeuroHIV Cure Consortium: Collaborative HIV and Emerging Diseases Award (CHEDA)” by the Henry M. Jackson Foundation.
*Joseph Pickard, Social Work, awarded $2,000 for “Substance Use Disorder Expansion of Practitioner Education” by the Council on Social Work Education.
***Rachel Winograd, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $90,000 for “SAMHSA-DMH State Opioid Response 2.0” by the Missouri Department of Mental Health.
****Claire Wood, Missouri Institute of Mental Health, awarded $160,000 for “MORE-First Responders - Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act Y4” by the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services.
Total Awarded: $1,957,468
*awarded Aug 2020
**awarded Sept 2020
***awarded Oct 2020
****awarded Dec 2020
EXTERNAL AWARDS REPORTS FOR DOWNLOAD
→ FY21 Annual Report to Date (by department/unit, purpose,
→ FY20 Annual Report (by department/unit, purpose,