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Grant Awards to COBRE Personnel

Alexander van der Linden (Project 3)  
IOS-1353014 National Science Foundation
8/15/14 - 7/31/17 ($435,000)
Title: Hunger-dependent modulation of olfactory receptor gene expression
Role: PI

Alex Keene (Project 4, graduated)
R01 NS085152-01A1 NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
6/1/2014 - 4/30/2019   ($1,540,000) 
Title: The Role of Neural Translin in Metabolic Control of Sleep
This grant examines the role of translin and insulin in metabolic control of sleep 
Role: PI

Michael Webster (COBRE Director) 
R01 EY10834-15A1 NIH National Eye Institute 
08/01/2013-07/31/2016   ($843,769) 
Title: Adaptation and visual coding. Competing renewal (years 15-17) to investigate the dynamics of visual adaptation in the human visual system 
Role: PI

Alex Keene (Project 4, graduated) 
IOS-125762         National Science Foundation Division of Integrative Organismal Systems 
06/2013-09/2016   ($347,000) 
Title: Regulation of sleep in the Mexican cavefish
This grant investigates the evolutionary and genetic basis for sleep loss in the blind Mexican cavefish.  Role: PI

Alex Keene (Project 4, graduated) 
R15 NS080155    NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke  
05/2013-04/2016   ($368,000) 
Title: Dietary and Endocrine Regulation of Sleep
The grant seeks to determine the dietary factors that regulate sleep in Drosophila. 
Role: Co-PI with Justin Diangelo

Marian Berryhill and Gideon Caplovitz (Projects 1 and 2) 
R15EY022775 NIH National Eye Institute 
9/1/12 - 8/31/2015   ($407,474) 
Title: Investigating Working Memory Encoding using Frequency-Tagging of Evoked Response Potentials
This project uses ERPs to identify the contents of working memory at encoding stages.
Role: Co-PIs

Alexander van der Linden (Project 3)
1R21 NS078617 NIH National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
09/01/2012 - 08/31/2014  ($332,000) 
Title: Temperature control of the circadian clock: analysis of rhythmic gene expression 
Role: PI

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