Grant: $35,173 - National Institutes of Health - Jul. 14, 2009
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Award Description: Cooperative Research Parnterships for Biodefense (U01) RFA-AI-07-003
Project Description: Two extremely gifted and motivated undergraduate students were supported through the summer of 2009 by the ARRA Summer Student Administrative Supplement. This has been a particularly difficult time for students to find appropriate summer employment that would further their research interests, and it is exceedingly fortuitous that the NIH provided funds to provide support via administrative supplements. One student is desirous of entering an MD-PhD program while the other is interested in pursuing a career in research -- particularly in the area of drug discovery and development. Both students have expressed a desire to continue working in the PI’s laboratory in the summer of 2010 as well. They have assisted us in meeting two important Specific Aims of 5U01AI077947-02 (Project Title: Preclinical development of DS-96, a novel alkylpolyamine endotoxin sequestrant.)
Infrastructure Description: N/A
Jobs Summary: Job numbers are reported as full time equivalents (FTE). For purposes of this report, FTE is expressed as the cumulative total number of hours worked, divided by the total number of hours in a full-time schedule from the start date of the award. The job figure contains jobs directly charged to the prime award, first-tier subawards, and vendor payments greater than $25,000. The data for this report was collected from the university payroll system, subawardees, and vendor contacts. Job creation and retention are represented as a single number. This award specifically created and/or retained jobs with the following title(s):Student Hourly (Total jobs reported: 1)
Project Status: More than 50% Completed
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