Grant Funding

CURRENT FUNDING

R01 DE023567-01 (Wallet) 07/2013–06/2017

NIH/NIDCR

Epithelial Cell Function in the Progression of Periodontal Disease

Role: PI

 

R00 7-11-CD-17 (Wallet) 07/2011– 06/2016

American Diabetes Association

Osteoclast Function in Diabetes

Role: PI

 

R00 UF Fund (Wallet) 05/2014–04/2016

UF Opportunity Fund

Intestinal Epithelial Cell Contributions to Permissiveness of Norovirus Infection of B cells

Role: PI

 

R01 AG039659-01A1 (Riley) 09/2011–08/2016

NIH/NIA

The Effects of Aging on Experimental Models of Pain Inhibition and Facilitation

Role: Investigator

 

R01 DE 01945601A2 (Shaddox) 7/2014–7/2019

NIH/NIDCR

Mechanisms and Treatment Response of Aggressive Periodontitis in Children

Role: Investigator

 

R00 (Shaddox) 04/2012–04/2015

Colgate-Palmolive

The Influence of Periodontal Treatment on Gingival Inflammatory Response of the T2D Patient

Role: Investigator

 

R21 AI101571-02 (Kolaczkowski) 07/2012–9/2014

NIH/NIAID

Using Evolution to Understand the Molecular Basis of Innate Immune Function

Role: Investigator

 

LFA Research Grant (Morel) 10/2013–02/2015

Lupus Foundation of America

Genetic regulation of stem cell dysfunction in a mouse model of lupus

Role: Investigator

COMPLETED FUNDING

R00 American Cancer Society (Wallet)               04/01/2013 – 03/30/2014

ACS

Identification and Characterization of Novel Pancreatic Cancer Specific Targeting Molecules

Role: PI

 

R000 1-08-JF-37 (Wallet)                                    01/01/2008 – 12/31/2011

American Diabetes Association

Junior Investigatory Award: The Role of Gingival Epithelial Cells in Innate Immunity of T1D and T2D

Role: PI

 

R000 (Wallet)                                                                    11/01/2008 – 04/30/2011

Colgate Corporation

Evaluation of the Effects of Triclosan on the Hyper-Inflammatory Phenotype of Diabetogenic Immune Cells

Role: PI

 

R21 DE019196 (Wallet)                                                    09/30/2008 – 08/31/2011

NIH/NIDCR

Aberrant immunological phenotypes/functions in the progression of early-onset AgP

Role: PI