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- Stephen Robert Byrn received $94,000 from National Institute for Pharmaceutical Technology and Education for “Methods for Evaluating of Abuse Deterrence via Smoking.”
- Noll L. Campbell received $140,665 from PHS-NIH National Institute on Aging for “Evaluating the Adverse Cognitive Effects of Medications.”
- Mark S. Cushman received $74,662 from PHS-NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse for “Development of G-Protein Biased Delta Opioid Receptor Agonist with Analgesic Potency.”
- Rong Huang received $143,220 from PHS-NIH National Institute of General Medical Science for “Protein N-Terminal methylation Mechanisms and Inhibition.”
- John B. Hertig received $50,400 from Faegre Baker Daniels, LLP, for “Independent Contractor Agreement-Faegre Baker Daniels.”
- Rakhi Karwa received $2,700 from Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute for “Evaluation of Locally-Sourced Compression Therapy for Treatment of Chronic Venous Leg Ulcers and Management of Kaposi Sarcoma Leg Lymphedema in Western Kenya.”
- Markus A. Lill received $74,662 from PHS-NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse for “Development of G-Protein Biased Delta Opioid Receptor Agonist with Analgesic Potency.”
- Sonak D. Pastakia received $2,700 from Indiana Clinical and Translational Science Institute for “Evaluation of Locally-Sourced Compression Therapy for Treatment of Chronic Venous Leg Ulcers and Management of Kaposi Sarcoma Leg Lymphedema in Western Kenya.”
- Amy Heck Sheehan received $117,602 from Astellas Pharma US Inc. for “FDA/Purdue/Astellas Pharma Drug Information Fellowship.” Sheehan also received $163,605 from Takeda Pharmaceuticals International Inc. US Region for “Purdue/Takeda Pharmaceuticals Global Regulatory Fellowship.”
- Jenny B. Sjogren received $2 from American Heart Association for “Targeting Molecular Mechanisms of Rgs2 Protein Degradation for Novel Cardiovascular Therapeutics (Grant 210264).”
- Lynne S. Taylor received $70,000 from Merck and Company Inc. for “Nanoparticle Yield from Amorphous Solid Dispersions;” $444,834 from U.S. Department of Education for “Pharmaceutical Engineering 2015 Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN);” and $40,000 from Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America Foundation Inc. for “Postdoctoral Fellowship- Microstructure of Spray Dried Pharmaceuticals.”
- Richard Van Rijn received $74,662 from PHS-NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse for “Development of G-Protein Biased Delta Opioid Receptor Agonist with Analgesic Potency.”
- Michael K. Wendt received $314,389 from PHS-NIH National Cancer Institute for “Overcoming Metastatic Resistance to Erbb-Targeted Therapies.”
- Yoon Yeo received $45,000 from Eli Lilly and Company for “Development of Environmentally-Adaptive Theranostic Nanoparticles for Cancer Image and Therapy.”
- Zhong-Yin Zhang received $422,519 from National Institutes of Health for “Development of SHP2 Inhibitors for Targeted Anti-Cancer Therapy."
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Stefanie Ferreri is the recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Achievement Award in Pharmacy Practice from the American Pharmacists Association.
- Alexander “Sasha” Kabanov is a recipient of a 2018 Life Sciences Award from the Triangle Business Journal.
- Betsy Sleath is the recipient of the American Pharmacists Association Academy of Pharmaceutical Research and Science 2018 Research Achievement Award.
- David Steeb is the recipient of the 2018 Distinguished New Practitioner Award from the American Pharmacists Association.
- Paul Watkins is the recipient of the 2018 American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Division for Toxicology Career Award.
- Lindsey Amerine, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, $4,992, FELLOW: S. Jean Evaluation of telepharmacy and the use of gravimetric technology-assisted workflow software for remote sterile product pharmacist verification
- Aaron Anselmo, North Carolina Biotechnology Center, $3,000, Chapel Hill PharmSci 2018
- Jeff Aubé, University of Kansas Center for Research, Inc., $149,354, HTS to identify small molecules to disrupt abnormal huntingtin interactions in HD
- Kim Brouwer, NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences, $56,935, Mechanisms of Altered Hepatic Transport: Impact on Drug Therapy
- Yanguang Cao, NIH National Institute of General Medical Sciences, $462,763, Optimizing antibody-based therapy through a system platform of pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics and immunodynamics
- Delesha Carpenter, Canandaigua Veteran Affairs Medical Center, $17,183, IPA for C ROBERTS Feasibility Assessment of a Suicide Prevention Program for Community (Retail) Pharmacies
- Delesha Carpenter, Canandaigua Veteran Affairs Medical Center, $29,539, IPA for D CARPENTER Feasibility Assessment of a Suicide Prevention Program for Community (Retail) Pharmacies. Carpenter also received $41,952 from the Research Triangle Institute for "Mitigating the health outcomes associated with the Injection Drug Use Epidemic in Southern Appalachia through the development of a sustainable linkage to care program."
- Mackenzie Cottrell, Research Triangle Institute, $126,348, Systemic Prevention of HIV in Women
- David Drewry, University of California at Davis, $166,667, An open source plant chemogenomics set to identify genes controlling drought tolerance in rice
- Jon Easter, National Association of Chain Drug Stores Foundation, $6,435, Expanding Clinical Services in the Community Pharmacy Setting to Improve Quality and Lower Health-Care Costs
- Alan Forrest, SUNY at Buffalo, $61,487, Novel PK/PD Strategies for Polymyxin Combinations against Gram-negative Superbugs
- Robert Hubal, Canandaigua Veteran Affairs Medical Center, $12,005, IPA for R. HUBAL Feasibility Assessment of a Suicide Prevention Program for Community (Retail) Pharmacies
- Alexander Kabanov, NIH National Cancer Institute, $34,455, PEGylated Liposomal Doxorubicin and Pluronic Combination for and Cancer Therapy
- Kuo-Hsiung Lee, Duke University, $49,570, Small molecule HIV-1 entry inhibitor with novel mechanisms of action
- Jian Liu, University of Nebraska at Lincoln, $91,960, Liver mediated clearance of low molecular weight heparins
- Alexander Tropsha, NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, $495,442, Biomedical Data Translator Technical Feasibility Assessment of Reasoning Tool (OT2)
- Yongmei Xu, Glycan Therapeutics, Inc., $67,395, STTR: Enzymatic synthesis of heparan sulfate and chondroitin sulfate
- Qisheng Zhang, Cornell University Weill Medical College, $33,000, Evaluation of Anti-ZIKV Drug Candidates
- Shawn Hingtgen, associate professor
- Michael Jarstfer, assistant dean for graduate education
- Adam M. Persky, clinical professor
- Nicole Pinelli Reitter, clinical associate professor
- Jo Ellen Rodgers, clinical professor
- Mary Roth McClurg, executive vice dean for academic affairs
- Tom Angelo
- Susan Blalock
- Roy Hawke
- Wayne Pittman