Dr. Elizabeth Townsend submitted and was awarded a Seed Grant from the Society for the Advancement of Transplant Anesthesia (SATA) for a project titled “The Role of Pro-inflammatory and Pro-resolving Eicosanoids on the Development of End-Stage Liver Disease.”
Dr. Deb Rusy and Dr. Nabeel Zafar of the Department of Surgery were awarded a Reilly-Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment Grant for their project titled “Building Capacity to Improve Surgery and Anesthesia Care in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Read news blog article.
Dr. Zak Campbell resubmitted an R01 grant to NIH for funding on his project titled “Post-transcriptional regulatory networks in nociceptive plasticity.” He also submitted two subawards as a multiple principal investigator to Saint Louis University School of Medicine for a project titled “Post-transcriptional regulatory networks in nociceptive plasticity” and to the Medical College of Wisconsin for a project titled “Analgesic mechanisms of dorsal root ganglion stimulation.”
Dr. Misha Perouansky, along with Dr. David Wassarman in the Department of Medical Genetics, resubmitted an R01 grant to NIH for funding on his project titled “Mechanisms underlying nervous tissue protection by anesthetic preconditioning.”
Dr. Matt Banks submitted an R01 grant to NIH for a project titled “Memory, plasticity, and metaplasticity: Elucidating the mechanisms of psilocybin’s long-term behavioral effects” with Dr. Charles Raison in the Department of Human Development & Family Studies and Dr. Christopher Nicholas in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health as multiple principal investigators.
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