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The following grants were received by the Office of Sponsored Programs in August:
(Those with UConn listed as a source represent a distribution of a larger federal award to the University.)

Department Researcher Amount Source
Nutritional Sciences, Sport, Leisure & Exercise Sciences Nancy Rodriguez & Carl Maresh $144,537 National Cattlemens Beef Association
Effects of Increasing Protein Intake on Protein Utilization in Endurance Athletes
Nutritional Sciences Ellen Shanley $26,335 Conn. Dept. of Education
Team Nutrition Training Grant
Pharmaceutical Sciences Robin Bogner $2,000 Jobson Publishing Corp.
General Research Support
Pharmaceutical Sciences Robin Bogner $24,888 Bayer Corp.
Factors Influencing the Release of Drugs from Solid Dispersions
Pharmaceutical Sciences Alexandros Makriyannis $203,822 PHS-NIH-National Institute of Drug Abuse
Cannabimimetic Ligands and Drugs
Pharmaceutical Sciences Michael Pikal $44,968 Merck-Frosst Canada Inc.
Stabilization of Therapeutic Agents in Glassy Matrices
Pharmaceutical Sciences Daniel Rosenberg $250,120 PHS-NIH-National Cancer Institute
Molecular Analysis of Colon Tumor Susceptibility
Physics Moshe Gai $145,000 Dept. of Energy
Studies in Low Energy Nuclear Physics
Physics Phillip Gould $122,400 NSF-Division of Physics
Ultracold Atoms near the Ionization Threshold
Physics Edward Pollack $18,200 UConn-Space Grant (Redistr.)
Space and Geo Physics
Physics William Stwalley $9,898 Probot Inc.
Ion Channel Microprobe Feasibility Study
Plant Science Donna Ellis $5,000 U.S. Dept. of Interior (includes Fish & Wildlife)
Habitat Protection for Natural Resource Managers Through Educational Outreach
Political Science Everett Ladd $2,000 Univ. of California-Davis
Roper Center Membership
Psychology Carol Fowler $238,932 Haskins Laboratories
Haskins Laboratories Affiliation with the University of Connecticut, Departments of Linguistics and Psychology
Statistics Lynn Kuo $40,000 Univ. of Connecticut Health Center
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