Funding

Comprehensive list of current and past research support by our faculty and staff.

ACTIVE

PI(s) Name Grant Title Sponsor
Mendes P, Laubenbacher R Control of heterogeneous microbial communities using model-based multi-objective optimization (collaboration with Dr. Anna Dongari-Bagtzoglou, UConn Health) NIH
Mendes P COPASI Software for Modeling and Simulation of Biochemical Networks NIH
Konstorum A Multiscale modeling of synergistic T cell activation for cancer immunotherapy  (F32) NIH
Laubenbacher R Multiscale modeling of the battle over iron in invasive lung infection (collaboration with Dr Borna Mehrad of UFL) NIH
Laubenbacher R Modular design of multiscale models, with an application to the innate immune response to fungal respiratory pathogens (collaboration with Dr William Schroeder of Kitware and Dr Borna Mehrad of UFL) NIH
Laubenbacher R Iron addiction and the biology of ovarian cancer (collaboration with Dr Suzy V. Torti, UConn Health) NIH/NCI
Laubenbacher R, Vera-Licona P Dynamic connectivity in neural networks engaged for emotion regulation (collaboration with Dr Michael Stevens, Hartford Hospital) Hartford Hospital/NIH
Laubenbacher R, Mendes P Copper homeostasis in bacteria: System analysis from detailed molecular interactions WPI/NIH
Agresta T Southern New England Practice Transformation Network CMMI
Wang X Southern New England Practice Transformation Network CMMI
Wang X A Multifactorial Approach to Improve Breast Cancer Survivorship Symptom Care CT BHI

COMPLETED

Laubenbacher R Understanding the Progression of Ovarian Through the Use of 3D Bioprinting and Mathematical Modeling (collaboration with Dr Suzy V. Torti,  UConn Health and Dr Anson W. K. Ma  Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering – UConn Storrs) REP UConn Storrs
Laubenbacher R, Vera-Licona P REU Sites: Modeling and Simulation in Systems Biology NSF
Laubenbacher R Big Genomic Data Skills Training for Professors (competitive supplement) The Jackson Laboratory/NIH
Laubenbacher R Big Genomic Data Skills Training for Professors The Jackson Laboratory/NIH
Laubenbacher R Canalization: A Fundamental Design Principle of Gene Regulatory Networks U.S. Department of Defense
Wang X Identifying Under-Diagnosed and Undertreated Cancer Related Fatigue in Breast Cancer Survivors CT BHI
Vera-Licona P CD8 T Cell Activation and Migration in Vivo (collaboration with Dr Kamal Khanna, NYU) NIH
Vera-Licona P Conference on Algebraic and Combinatorial Methods in Evolutionary and Systems Biology NSF