May 2020

During the month of May 2020, faculty and staff at the University of Oregon received 23 awards totaling more than $13.8 million in support of research activities.*

For more information about awards to the UO, please see our monthly award reports.

May 2020 New Awards

Last Name First Name Project Department Source Length of Award (years) Total Budget
Baker Emily NRSA: Rapid evolution and bacterial evasion by a primate cell adhesion protein[NRSA F32 Postdoc] 631900 Ecology & Evolution, Institute of National Institutes of Health (NIH) 3 $197,682
Bisio Alex Creating Pathways to Oregon Historic Landscape Architectural Collections 250000 Libraries State Library of Oregon 1 $54,614
Fausey Caitlin Play & Learning Across a Year (PLAY) 223520 CAS Psychology National Institutes of Health (NIH)(New York University) 1 $9,660
Fish Carolyn Map storytelling to build empathy for coastal Alaskan indigenous communities 222552 CAS Geography Operations National Science Foundation(University Corporation for Atmospheric Research) 2 $102,072
Guldberg Bob Immunoengineering Strategies for Musculoskeletal Trauma ASSIST ID: 500822 110400 Knight Campus National Institutes of Health (NIH) 5 $2,506,375
Hersh Patricia Topological and algebraic combinatorics of posets and stratified spaces 223500 Mathematics, Department of National Science Foundation 3 $150,000
Ivanoff Rebecca ACCESSLEX INSTITUTE EMERGENCY RELIEF PROGRAM MEMBER SCHOOL AGREEMENT 228000 Law, School of AccessLex Institute 1 $25,000
Johnson Darren Dynamic covalent self-assembly and self-sorting of 2D and 3D nanohoops and cages 630901 Materials Science Institute (Chemistry) National Science Foundation 4 $640,000
Lafer Gordon Non-classroom-based charter Schools in California 266200 Labor Ed & Research Ctr In The Public Interest 1 $50,000
Lynn Kathy Tribal Climate Change Project Partnership 222540 CAS Environmental Stds Operations U.S. Department of Interior (DOI)(Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians) 1 $5,000
Newman Judith Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education Services ECPBIS August 2019-Sept 2020 226540 Ed Early Childhood CARES Oregon Department of Education(Lane Education Service District) 1 $30,000
Phillips Patrick Novel genetic screen for increased late-life neuronal health 631900 Rsch Inst Ecology & Evolution National Institutes of Health (NIH) 2 $405,625
Richmond Geraldine Determining the Molecular Factors that Contribute to Nanoemulsion Formation and Stabilization by Carboxylic Acid Surfactants and Polymers 632010 COACh National Science Foundation 4 $569,941
Seeley John Addressing Opioid & Other Substance Misuse on Oregon College and University Campuses 226620 Ed DESTNY Disability, EI, SSET U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)(Oregon Health Authority) 1 $200,000
Shire Stephanie LIFT: Leveraging autism Intervention for Families through Telehealth 632501 Prevention Sci Inst Operations U.S. Department of Education (USDE) 4 $493,765
Stepick Lina The Impact of Prevailing Wages in Oregon and the Pacific Northwest 266200 Labor Education & Research Center National Alliance for Fair Contracting 1 $20,000
Straka Leslie UO CMI and Chamber Music Amici partnership, OAC grant 229000 Music and Dance, School of Oregon Arts Commission(University of Oregon Foundation) 1 $5,497
Struble Will Lewis and Clark Fund Grant for Topographic Map Interpretation 223470 CAS Earth Sciences Operations American Philosophical Society 1 $5,000
Vignola Frank Regional Solar Radiation Data Center 630920 Rsch Physics/MSI Rsch Projects U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) 5 $52,749
Walker Ashley Long-term effects of large artery stiffness on the brain 223440 Human Physiology Alzheimer's Association 3 $149,997
Walley Akiko Getty Residential Grant at Getty Research Institute devoted to the theme of “The Fragment.” 221520 DSGN Art History, Department of Getty (The) 1 $65,000
Wee Weili Braddock Education Success Teams (BEST) Program (2020-21) 225000 Lundquist College of Business Braddock Charitable Foundation, Robert & Lois 1 $100,000
Wolf Kelly University of Oregon - CARES ACT Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund- IHEs, Institutional Portion[Institutional Portion] 431110 VPFA U.S. Department of Education (USDE) 1 $8,047,973

*Does not include recurring task orders on existing grants, non-competitive continuations and other types of supplemental funding.