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FY2014 OppNet Funded Grant Applications

RFA-DA-14-002: Short-term Mentored Career Enhancement Awards in the Basic Behavioral and Social Sciences: Cross-training at the                                     Intersection of Animal Models and Human Investigation (K18)
Activity Project Number PI Name Institution Title Award Total ($) Abstract
K18 1K18MH105099-01 BAUMAN, MELISSA UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT DAVIS Translating paradigms from clinical populations toanimal models of schizophrenia 77, 635 Abstract
K18 1K18AG048706-01 MAGNUSSON, KATHY UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE Cross-training in human functional imaging forcognitive aging 139, 787 Abstract
K18 1K18MH105098-01 NEIGH, GRETCHEN GEORGIA HEALTH SCIENCES UNIVERSITY GLUT 1 Polymorphism decreases incidence ofDepression and PTSD afterTrauma 78, 768 Abstract

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RFA-EY-13-001: Basic Behavioral Research on Multisensory Processing (R21)
Activity Project Number PI Name Institution Title Award Total ($) Abstract
R21 1R21DC014523-01 BERNSTEIN, LYNNE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY Multisensory training for Unisensory Perceptual Learning 250,000 Abstract

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RFA-LM-12-002: Basic Social and Behavioral Research on Culture, Health and Wellbeing (R24)
Activity Project Number PI Name Institution Title Award Total ($) Abstract
R24 1R24HD083298-01 OZER, EMILY UNIVERSITY OFCALIFORNIA ,BERKELEY Culture, Health andAdolescence Research Network (CHARN) 250,000 Abstract


RFA-MD-13-005: Limited Competition: Revision Applications for Basic Social and Behavioral Research on the Social, Cultural, Biological                          and Psychological mechanisms of Stigma (R01)
Activity Project Number PI Name Institution Title Award Total ($) Abstract
R01 3R01MH095254-04S1 LINK, BRUCE COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY HEALTHSCIENCES A school-based intervention to reduce Stigma & promote Mental-Health Service use 153,277  Abstract 
R01    3R01HD058831-04S1 MUNSHI, KAIVAN PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY -UNIVERSITY PARK Using Community Participation to Improve the Health System in South India 123,082  Abstract 

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RFA-TW-13-002: Research on the Role of Epigenetics in Social, Behavioral, Environmental and Biological Relationships, throughout                                    the Life-Span and across Generations (R21)
Activity Project Number PI Name Institution Title Award Total ($) Abstract
R21 1R21DK104985-01 BRAY, MOLLY UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN Epigenetic and Genetic mechanisms driving exerciseresponse and adherence 231,750 Abstract
R21 1R21HL127368-01 DAI, JUN VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY Characterizing life-span Sociobehavioraldeterminants of DNA(Hydroxy) Methylation 249,250 Abstract
R21 1R21ES025456-01 DOLINOY, DANA UNIVERSITY OFMICHIGAN Environmental Exposures in early life: Epigenetics andNeurodevelopment 233,125 Abstract 
R21 1R21HD083638-01 KINNALLY, ERIN UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ATDAVIS Transgenerational effectsof early stress 231,600 Abstract 
R21 1R21MH106715-01 KOENEN, KARESTAN COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY HEALTHSCIENCES Epigenetic links between the Social Environment andEmotional Brain Function 214,297 Abstract 
R21 1R21GM114457-01 REINBERG, DANNY NEW YORK  UNIVERSITY SCHOOL MEDICINE Reinforcement of Epigenetic memory bySocial Interactions in ants 254,250 Abstract 
R21 1R21MH106716-01 RILLING, JAMES EMORY UNIVERSITY OXTR Methylation as a potential Modulator ofIntranasal OT influences inhumans 195,000 Abstract
R21 1R21AG049936-01 TUNG, JENNY DUKE UNIVERSITY Epigenetic Consequences of  Social Status across the LifeSpan in a Primate model  236,000 Abstract 
R21 1R21AT008679-01 XU, XIANGRU YALE UNIVERSITY Study DNA Methylation changes in brain aging andRapamycin treatment 248,997 Abstract
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Links among DNA methylationNeurophenotypes and alcohol use Disorders (AUDS) 254,250  Abstract
R21 1R21AA023800-01 ZHAO, YIHONG

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