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Office of the Vice President for Research

New Monthly Grant Awards Report: February 2024

The Office of the Vice President for Research is pleased to share our monthly report listing new grant awards USC faculty researchers across the university system received between February 1 and February 29. Please note that some awards received toward the end of that period might have missed the reporting cut-off. In such cases, the award will be listed in the next monthly report. Our office is proud to share these successes with the university research community. Please join us in congratulating our excellent researchers on their new grant awards.

Get the February 2024 New Grant Awards Report (pdf).


Summary of Large February 2024 New Grant Awards

PI Name PI College/Dept. Award Title Sponsor Total
Xu, Yanfeng College of Social Work - Dean's Office Children with Disabilities: Increasing Kinship Caregivers’ Capacity and Improving Child Outcomes University of North Carolina/The Duke Endowment $1,143,507
Baum, Angela College of Education - Teacher Education PDG Planning Grant 2023 SC Department of Social Services (SCDSS) $692,789
Bourbonnais, Annie College of Arts and Sciences - School of Earth, Ocean & Environment Collaborative Research: Multi-isotope and microbial ecology approaches to investigate sedimentary nitrous oxide production and consumption in the northern Benguela upwelling system National Science Foundation (NSF) $550,590
Fridriksson, Julius Arnold School of Public Health - Communication Sciences & Disorders Neural Bases of Vocal Sensorimotor Impairment in Aphasia-Subaward University of Texas at Dallas/NIH $434,916
Bonilha, Heather Arnold School of Public Health - Communication Sciences & Disorders Excess Radiation Exposure in Infants and Children From Videofluoroscopic Swallow Studies National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK)/NIH  $385,871
Jilling, Andrea Arnold School of Public Health - Environmental Health Sciences Collaborative Research: Mineral-associated organic matter: an overlooked source and mediator of bioavailable nitrogen  National Science Foundation (NSF) $374,500
Rotholz, David School of Medicine - MDC Ctr Disability Resources South Carolina Assistive Technology Program Administration for Community Living/HHS $205,318
Thrasher, James Arnold School of Public Health - Health Prom., Educ. & Behavior Advancing Tobacco Regulatory Science to Reduce Health Disparities: Advancing Communication Science to Reduce Disparities in Young Adult Cigar Use UNC Chapel Hill/NIDA/NIH  $191,413
Brashears, Matthew College of Arts and Sciences - Sociology Simulating and predicting social behavior from exposure and interaction with similar others: A data collection initiative and model advancement project US Army Research Office (ARO)/DOD $190,146
Plotner, Tony College of Education - Educational & Developmental Science Project TEC: Technology to Enhance Careers  SC Commission of Higher Education  $175,931


14 March 2024

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