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Grants / Proposals

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Grants / Proposals 2017 Link
Dauer J,Mayes R. 2017. Quantitative Biology Assessment of Model Reasoning (QBAM). Spencer Foundation. $49,915. Pending.
Han BA, O'Regan SM, Drake JM. Submitted (2017). Global Patterns, Predictors And Their Dynamical Consequences in Zoonotic Diseases of Mammals. National Science Foundation, Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Disease Program. $2,000,000.
Strand et al. Submitted (2017). Why some trees migrate faster than others: Rates, traits and phylogenetic constraints. NSF. $2,000,000.

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Grants / Proposals 2016 Link
Gavrilets S. Submitted (2016). High-performance computing in agent-based modeling of between-group conflicts. DOD, $203,000. Submitted.
Gavrilets, McCullough, Mironova. Submitted (2016). Normative influences in intergroup conflicts: integrating insights from social sciences, biology, and modeling. DOD, $3,200,000. Submitted.
Grafton ST, Strick PS, Graybiel A, Daw N, Bassett DB. Neural Foundations of Expertise Based on Optimal Decision-making, Physical Control and Responses to Stress. (Multi-University Research Investigation). Army Research Office. $1,200,000/yr. Awarded.
Ivanek R, Wiedmann M, Allende A, Suslow T, Munther D. 2016. FSMA agricultural-water die-off compliance provisions benefit from condition-specific modifiers. The Center for Produce Safety. $389,313. Accepted pre-proposal and Invited full proposal.
Schugart RC. 2016. Developing and analyzing mathematical models in wound healing to engage undergraduate students in mathematical research. Council for Undergraduate Research in Mathematics, RDE-019. $25000. Applied.
Schugart RC. 2016. Using Individual Data to Predict a Wound-Healing Outcome. Kentucky Science and Engineering Program - The Research and Development Program, RDE-019. $30000. Applied.
Shaw AK, Borer E, Seabloom E. 2016-2019. Vector movement and disease risk: When do we need to explicitly account for vector behavior and spatial patterns in disease risk. NSF IOS 1556674. $443,000.
Waller S. Pending (2016). Cooperative Predator Vocalization Consortium: Wolves in Yellowstone, NSF REU.
Wychty, Gavrilets, Johnson, Restrepo, Spagat. Submitted (2016). Many shades of red: complex dynamics of multi-faction conflict and cooperation. DOD. $4,500,000. Submitted.

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Grants / Proposals 2015 Link
Qin H. 2015. CAREER: A probabilistic gene network model of cellular aging and its application on the conserved lifespan extension mechanisms of dietary restriction. NSF, MCB. $611k. Accepted.
Qin H. 2015. Conference: A strategic planning workshop to explore quantitative biology as a vehicle for broad participation. NSF, $41k. Awarded.
Qin H. 2015. Co-PI, NSF, MCB, Problem-based learning modules for systems biology (PI, Eberhard Voit, Georgia Tech), $500K. Award #1517588, $500K ($58.9K to Spelman College), Aug 1, 2015- July 31, 2018, awarded.
Qin H. 2015. XSEDE Educational allocation: 40,000 CPU Hours at the Gordon Computing Cluster.
Sattenspiel L, Warren AL. 2015. Doctoral Dissertation Research: Simulating prehistoric population dynamics and adaptive behavioral responses to the environment in Long House Valley and Black Mesa, Arizona. $12,450. Accepted.
Snyder WE, Crowder DW et al. 2015-2020. MAP-PSILDS-PNW: Mapping and predicting psyllid sources, immigration and locality-specific disease spread in the PNW. USDA Specialty Crop Research Initiative. $2,688,111.
Sturner K, Lenhart S, Bishop P. 2015. 2016 Blackwell-Tapia Conference and Awards Ceremony. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. $26,364. Accepted.
Voit E, Qin H. 2015. Problem-based learning modules for systems biology. NSF, MCB. $500k. Accepted.
Wilhelm S, Weitz J, Buchan A, Coleman M, Bishop P. Pending (2015). Science & Technology Center on Virus Ecology. National Science Foundation. Pending.

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Grants / Proposals 2014 Link
Acosta A. 2014. Proposal: Coral population connectivity in the eastern tropical pacific, using biophysical modeling. Colciencias & Pontificia Universidad Javeriana. $75,000. Accepted.
Donovan et al. 2014. Collaborative Research: BIO IUSE Ideas Lab: Supporting faculty in Quantitative Undergraduate Biology Education and Synthesis (QUBES). NSF. $2.9 million. Accepted.
Pannkuk EL, Risch T, Benjamin E, Gilmore D, Huss M. 2014. Proposal: Lipid analysis of Arkansas bat integument, fungal fatty acid metabolism, and control of white-nose syndrome in Arkansas. Arkansas State Wildlife Grant. $42,000. Accepted.
Qin H. 2014. XSEDE Start up allocation: 50,000 CPU Hours at the Blacklight Computing Cluster, 100,000 CPU Hours at the Open Science Grid.

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Grants / Proposals 2013 Link
Cooke J, Lewis M. 2013. The NSERC TRIA Network: Turning risk into action for the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic. 2013-2017. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada Strategic Network Grants Program and Partners. $2,977,148.
Earl J, Gray M, Sutton W, Miller D. 2013. Determining the extinction probability for the most endangered frog in North America (Rana sevosa) following exposure to the emerging pathogen, ranavirus. Morris Animal Foundation Grant. $40,224. Accepted.
Hota S, Nelms B, Qian L. 2013. Targeted infusion project: Development of an undergrad bioinformatics and biomathematics track at Fisk University to enhance undergrad STEM education, research, and future careers. National Science Foundation. $399,928. Accepted.
Schreiber SJ, terHorst C. 2013. Collaborative Research: Trait evolution and the stability of ecological communities. National Science Foundation. $594,760. Accepted.
Sonderegger D. 2013. Synthesizing global viral abundance. Northern Arizona University. $7,500. Accepted.

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Grants / Proposals 2012 Link
Kaiser KA, Dhurandhar EJ. 2012. Empirically informed predictions of human adult body weight change in response to energetic perturbations. International Life Sciences Institute, North America. $129,789. Accepted.
Lambrinos J. 2012. Grant to visit Yokomizo in Japan. International Programs Faculty Grant. Oregon State University. $2,000. Accepted.
Liu L, Liberles DA. 2012. Developing a probabilistic model for gene family evolution. National Science Foundation. $300,000. Accepted.
Miller P. 2012. Development of outdoor cat population model. ASPCA. $50,000. Accepted.
Perry S. 2012. Coalitions and alliances in wild capuchin monkeys. National Geographic Society. $22,000. Accepted.
Perry S. 2012. Coalitions and alliances in wild capuchins. Leakey Foundation, Lomas Barbudal, Costa Rica. $22,000. Accepted.
Slater et al. 2012. Alliance for Contraception in Cats and Dogs. Evaluating management alternatives for free-roaming cat populations across a range of landscapes: An individual-based, demographic simulation modeling approach. ASPCA. $45,000. Accepted.
Stiver WH. 2012. Determining movements of wild hogs for disease modeling and control efforts in the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. National Park Service. $335,600. Accepted.
Stiver WH. 2012. Proposal: Continue Intensive Wild Hog Control and Disease Monitoring in the Southwestern Portion of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tallassee Fund. $21,000. Accepted.
Swat et al. 2012. QuantTissue.eu. 20,000 Euros per year for three years. Accepted.
Webb C. 2012. Additional CVI data collection - annual variation. USDA. $181,227. Accepted.
Webb C. 2012. CVI analysis: Production type and seasonality. USDA. $82,331. Accepted.
Xiao Y. 2012. Functional organization of color selective neurons in primate visual cortex. NIH. $1,695,000. Accepted.

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Grants / Proposals 2011 Link
Baroch J, Dubey JP, Rosenthal B. 2011. Proposal: Transmission dynamics of Trichinella and Toxoplasma between domestic and feral swine. National Wildlife Disease Program, USDA APHIS. $10,000. Accepted.
Canner J. 2011. Proposal: The effects of climate change on the interactions between ants and plants. Monterey Bay Faculty Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity (FRSCA), California State Univ. $5,833. Accepted.
Hoeksema JD, Booth MG. 2011. Collaborative Research: Price determination in ectomycorrhizal symbioses. National Science Foundation. $420,000. Accepted.
Karsai I. 2011. Proposal: The effects of climate change on ant colony dynamics. RDC 12-005M ETSU. $10,000. Accepted.
Perrings et al. 2011. Proposal: Modeling anthropogenic effects in the spread of infectious diseases. NSF/NIH. $1.6million. Accepted.
Platt WJ. 2011. REU Supplement to "Collaborative Research: Linking models to data to investigate patterns and process in savannas." National Science Foundation. $15000. Accepted.
Riley S, Riley P, Bacon D. 2011. Proposal: Near real-time forecasting of influenza dynamics. NCMI. $700,000. Accepted.
Stiver WH. 2011. Proposal: Continue Intensive Wild Hog Control and Disease Monitoring in the Southwestern Portion of Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Tallassee Fund. $21,000. Accepted.
Vulinec K, Balke V. 2011. Bats and White-Nose Syndrome on the Delmarva Peninsula: Scanning Electron Microscopy and Disease Proliferation. Delaware State University EPSCoR-CIBER Seed Grants. $30,000. Accepted.
Webb C. 2011. Developing network models - cattle movements (more CVI data entry). USDA. $110,298. Accepted.
Webb C. 2011. Farm location and animal population simulator (FLAPS). USDA. $288,064. Accepted.
Webb C. 2011. Local Cattle Movement: Michigan. USDA. $236,589. Accepted.

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Grants / Proposals 2010 Link
Bokil VA, Allen L. 2010. Stochastic patch models for the spread of disease in heterogeneous landscapes. NSF-AWM Mentoring Travel Award. $3,315. Accepted.
Keeling et al. 2010. Proposal: Networks of livestock movements: A Pan-European perspective on transmission and control. EMIDA (EU-call). $2,643,630. Accepted.
Vulinec K, Balke V. 2010. Proposal: White nose syndrome and the Delmarva Peninsula's bat species: Occurrence, persistence, and susceptibility. US Fish and Wildlife Service. $138,555. Accepted.
Webb C, Wennergren U, Tildesley M. 2010. Proposal: Spread of animal disease within US livestock: Improving decisions and interventions. DHS. $566,137. Accepted.

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Grants / Proposals 2009 Link
Pannkuk EL, Risch T, Savary B, Gilmore D, Huss M. 2009. Proposal: Fungal digestion of chiropteran integument. National Speleological Society. $5,800. Accepted.

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