Novel Proteins and Other Inquiries

CUNY faculty have been honored this semester with major grants from foundations, government and industry. The awards, reflecting the diversity of scholarly interests of the faculty across the University, include research in bioengineering, biochemistry and disease control. What follows is a sample. View complete listing.

“IGERT: Multiscale Phenomena in Soft Materials,” National Science Foundation, Morton Denn, Levich Institute, City College, $742,000.

“Engaging Latino Communities for Education Initiative,” W.K. Kellogg Foundation, M. Saravia-Shore, Lehman College, $400,000.

“Title V, Electronic Student Profiles,” U.S. Department of Education, J. LaPerla and K. Bonsignore, New York City College of Technology, $318,706.

“Teacher Quality Leadership Program,” New York State Education Department, K. Kinsler and M. Gamble, Hunter College, $235,000.

“Bridges to the Future Program,” U.S. National Institute of Health, C. Wu, LaGuardia Community College, $215,996.

“EDGE—Adult and Continuing Education Program,” New York State Education Department, J. MacKillop, City College, $196,001.

“China International Migration Project,” NIH/National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Z. Liang, Queens College, $138,600.

“Molecular Structure and Function of Protective Plant Polymers,” National Science Foundation, Ruth Stark, The College of Staten Island, $120,000.

“Characterization of Novel Proteins Involved in Sterol Homestasis,” Pfizer, G. Small, City College, $110,000.

“Asthma & Hazardous Substances Applied Research & Development: Mapping Air Toxics & Asthma in Greenpoint/Williamsburg,” PHS/Centers for Disease Control, J. Corburn and D. Kotelchuck, Hunter College, $100,000.

“Gear Up Program,” U.S. Department of Education, A. Kahn, LaGuardia Community College, $1,519,998.

“Comprehensive Career Development Program,” New York City Housing Preservation and Development, S. Watson, LaGuardia Community College, $1,469,661.

“National Center for Permanency Planning,” HHS/Administration for Children & Family Services, B. Leashore and G. Mallon, Hunter College School of Social Work, $1,150,000.



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