Florida Department of Health – Ed and Ethel Moore Alzheimer’s Disease Factors Influencing Family Caregivers: Medical Decision-Making for Patients with Advanced Alzheimer’s Disease Advanced Alzheimer”s Disease (AD) is characterized by severe cognitive and functional impairment that necessitates family caregiver involvement in medical decision-making as patient surrogate decision-maker. Caregiver choices to seek, accept, or discontinue medical […]
Dr. Florencio Hernandez – PI (Chemistry) Dr. Suren Tatulian – Co – PI (Physics) Two-photon circular dichroism and isotope-edited FTIR building synergy for the Structural analysis of Amyloid beta 1-42 oligomers” This project will combine two-photon circular dichroism (TPCD) and isotope-edited Fourier transform infrared (IE-FTIR) spectroscopy to elucidate the structural details of fulllength Aß peptide […]
Anna Savage, PhD & Eric Hoffman, PhD – FWC-WIM FY1819 Nonnative Fish and Wildlife Management in Florida
Anna Savage, PhD – PI (Biology) Eric Hoffman, PhD – Co-PI (Biology) FWC-WIM FY1819 Nonnative Fish and Wildlife Management in Florida Using disease ecology, population genetics and environmental detection to understand and mitigate a recent African clawed frog (Xenopus laevis) invasion in the Tampa Bay area The proposed research address several current FFWCC Wildlife […]
Gunes Tezcur, PhD – PI (Political Science) University of Notre Dame – GRRI International Collaboration Grant After the last “Firman:” Victimhood, Survival and Societal Transformation among the Yazidis The project develops a comprehensive study of the Yazidis at three interrelated dimensions: (a) the transformation and resiliency of Yazidi beliefs and norms in the wake of […]
The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant to the University of Central Florida Office of Research & Commercialization for a project under the direction of Dr. Kenneth M. Fedorka, Kenneth Teter, and Kimberly R. Schneider. The project titled “Transfer Student Research and integration Program: A Model for Strengthening Student Success in STEM”.