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Getting to the Heart of Medical Imaging

This article was originally published in the June - July 2005 issue of CLASnotes.

Bernard MairThe heart, the powerful and unceasing engine of the circulatory system, can be a mystery. Advanced medical imaging has replaced the need for invasive surgery for an up-close view of the organ, but even the best technology leaves doctors and researchers with gaps in their knowledge. University of Florida Mathematics Professor Bernard Mair, in collaboration with David R. Gilland, an associate professor in the College of Engineering’s Department of Nuclear and Radiological Engineering, has received a three-year, $600,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to develop algorithms to fill those gaps.

Their research team is developing algorithms that will help radiologists make better decisions about the health of the heart wall and will better detect the abnormalities in motion produced by an ailing heart. To obtain an image of the heart through gated emission tomography, a patient is injected with a safe radioactive isotope that has a half-life of about two hours. This isotope, called a tracer, emits minute positrons, or positively charged particles.

Mair first became interested in positron emission tomography in 1995, after arriving at UF in 1989. He had lunch with a colleague from the College of Engineering, and the pair talked about beginning emission tomography research. “At the time, I thought this would be a mathematical area of research with practical applications,” Mair says. “Tomography produces a three-dimensional image of the heart or other organs by recording the effects of those energy waves produced by the decaying radioisotope in the organ and using numerical algorithms to invert the data.”

Mair says the tomographic imaging produces a higher resolution image than ultrasound, but it requires more equipment. Magnetic resonance imaging or MRI, perhaps the most commonly used method of visualizing the heart, provides complementary information. Unlike an MRI—which only shows the organ’s structure—positron emission tomography allows medical professionals to observe the metabolic functions of the organ.

The major difficulty, Mair says, is reducing the blurring of the reconstructed images caused by the complex motion of the beating heart. “Preliminary results of research, which relies on biomechanical models of cardiac motion and fairly sophisticated numerical algorithms, have demonstrated that their techniques can significantly improve the current technology.”

—Warren Kagarise and Buffy Lockette

Grants through the Division of Sponsored Research

April–May 2005
Total: $8,031,448

April–May 2005Total: $8,031,448

April 2005 Total: $3,651,557

Investigator

Department

Agency

Award

Title

SULLIVAN N S

ADMINISTRATION

U F RESEARCH FOUNDATION

$4,000

MISSCELLANEOUS WORKSHOPS, CONFERENCES/ UFRF

AKINYEMI A; VILLALON L A

AFRICAN & ASIAN LANGUAGES

U S DEPT OF EDUCATION

$72,000

FULBRIGHT-HAYS GROUP PROJECTS ABROAD

MULLIGAN C J

ANTHROPOLOGY

MULTIPLE SPONSORS

$3,818

MULTIPLE SPONSORS - DNA TESTING

SCHMIDT P R

ANTHROPOLOGY

WENNER-GREN FDTN ANTHRO RES

$4,500

SOLANGAARACHCHI FELLOWSHIP -ANCIENT IRON SMELTING TECHNOLOGYIN THE KIRI OYA AND MIRISGONI OYA BASINS IN THE DRY ZONE

SHIH C

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$33,134

FAMILY SYSTEMS AND THEIR DEMOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF FOUR CHINES ETHNIC GROUPS

GUSTAFSON B A

ASTRONOMY

U S NAVY NAVAL RESEARCH LABORATORY

$4,058

COSMIC DUST RESEARCH

SOLTIS D E; SOLTIS P S

BOTANY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$134,839

COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: PATTERNS & MECHANISMS OF GENE EXPRESSION IN RECENT ALLOTETRAPLOIDS OF RECURRENT ORIGIN

BARTLETT R J

CHEMISTRY

UNIV OF MISSOURI U S ARMY

$80,269

DETERMINATION OF POTENTIAL ENERGY SURFACES FOR ENERGETIC MOLECULES

BENNER S A

CHEMISTRY

MASSACHUSETTS GENERAL HOSPITAL NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$203,022

DARWINIAN CHEMICAL SYSTEMS

DURAN R S

CHEMISTRY

U S AIR FORCE

$9,880

TRANSMEMBRANE BIOPOLYMERS AT ENGINEERED SURFACES

DURAN R S

CHEMISTRY

U S AIR FORCE AFOSR

$235,079

AN OPTICAL TRAP WORKSTATION FOR THE INVESTIGATION OF VESICLE FUSION PROCESSES

DURAN R S; SCOTT M J

CHEMISTRY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$100,250

THE US/FRANCE REU SITE IN CHEMISTRY

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

EXXONMOBIL CORPORATION RESEARCH & ENGINEERING COMPANY

$31,743

JOINT RESEARCH INTO CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF PETROLEUM

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

EXXONMOBIL CORPORATION RESEARCH & ENGINEERING COMPANY

$30,629

JOINT RESEARCH INTO CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF PETROLEUM (AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO AGREEMENT #57821)

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$250

SOFTWARE RESEARCH SUPPORT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$408

SOFTWARE RESEARCH SUPPORT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$272

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$1,509

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$3,432

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$2,558

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$471

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$272

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$1,309

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$414

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

RENOVIS

$133,897

SYNTHESIS OFCOMPOUNDS & REAGENTS

STEWART J D

CHEMISTRY

MERCK & COMPANY INC

$20,727

MATERIAL TRANSFER AGREEMENT WITH MERCK - BIOLOGICALS

YOST R A

CHEMISTRY

FINNIGAN CORP

$36,000

FUNDAMENTAL & INSTRUMENTAL STUDIES OF GC/MS/MS ON THE GCQ

BAUM R J

CTR FOR APPLIED PHILOSOPHY

MULTIPLE SOURCES

$22,000

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ETHICS JOURNAL

MCCRAE C S ; MARSISKE M

CTR FOR GERONTOLOGICAL STUD

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIA - NATL INSTITUTE ON AGING

$216,934

INTRAINDIVIDUAL VARIABILITY IN SLEEP AND COGNITIVE PERFORMANCE IN OLDER ADULTS WITH INSOMNIA

MILLS T L; MCDADE B E

DIV OF STUD & SPECIAL PROGRAMS

U S DEPT OF EDUCATION

$368,696

UPWARD BOUND UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

GOLDMAN A C

GEOGRAPHY

U S DEPT OF EDUCATION

$3,000

FLORIDA NETWORK FOR GLOBAL STUDIES TITLE VI NATIONAL RESOURCCENTER: CURRICULUM AWARD

THRALL G I

GEOGRAPHY

DEPT OF EDUCATION

$15,714

GEOGRAPHIC ACCESS ANALYSIS STATE OF FLORIDA HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM

CHANNELL J E

GEOLOGY

JOINT OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$104,323

PARTICIPATION IN INTREGRATED OCEAN DRILLING PROGRAM

HODELL D A

GEOLOGY

JOINT OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$15,671

INTEGRATED OCEAN DRILLING PROGRAM, NORTH ATLANTIC CLIMARE 2:EXPIDITION 306 SALARY SUPPORT

HODELL D A; CURTIS J H

GEOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$392,376

LAKE PETEN-ITZA DRILLING PROJECT, GUATEMALA: A TERRESTRIAL ARCHIVE OF NORTHERN NEOTROPICAL CLIMATE AND ENVIRONMENTAL...

MARTIN E E

GEOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$240,845

DEEP WATER CIRCULATION DURING THE MIDDLE TO LATE MIOCENE CARBONATE CRASH

SHRIVASTAV R

INST ADV STDY OF COMMUN PROCES

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDCD - DEAFNESS & COMM DISORD

$238,750

MEASURING BREATHINESS WITH AN AUDITORY PROCESSING MODEL

SHRIVASTAV R

INST ADV STDY OF COMMUN PROCES

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDCD - DEAFNESS & COMM DISORD

$38,675

MEASURING BREATHINESS WITH AN AUDITORY PROCESSING MODEL

HAGER W W

MATHEMATICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$96,161

SPARSE MATRIX ALGORITHMS AND THEIR APPLICATION TO DUAL ACTIVE SET TECHNIQUES IN OPTIMIZATION

ANDRAKA B

PHYSICS

U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$118,143

INVESTIGATION OF NOVEL STRONGLY CORELATED ELECTRON STATES WITH THE EMPHASIS ON PR-BASED SYSTEMS

AVERY P R

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION MULTIPLE SUBCONTRACTS

$229,275

ITR/AP: AN INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL-DATA GRID LABORATORY FOR DATA INTENSIVE SCIENCE

IHAS G G

PHYSICS

NASA

$26,254

HYDROGEN RESEARCH FOR SPACEPORT AND SPACE BASED APPLICATIONS

IHAS G G

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$21,693

24TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LOW TEMPERATURE PHYSICS (LT24)

SULLIVAN N S

PHYSICS

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY NAT HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD LAB NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$271,221

THE NATIONAL HIGH MAGNETIC FIELD LABORATORY

BJORNDAL K A; BOLTEN A B

ZOOLOGY

U F FOUNDATION

$2,608

SEA TURTLE CONSERVATION

EVANS D H

ZOOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$7,200

PARACRINE CONTROL OF FISH GILL FUNCTION

LILLYWHITE H B

ZOOLOGY

U F FOUNDATION

$6,223

SEAHORSE KEY CONSERVATION

WAYNE M L

ZOOLOGY

UNIV OF CALIFORNIA DAVIS NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$67,055

QUANTITATIVE GENOMICS OF SEXUAL DIMORPHISM

 

April 2005 Total: $4,379,891

Investigator

Department

Agency

Award

Title

FALSETTI A B

ANTHROPOLOGY

MULTIPLE SOURCES

$436

FEES FOR SERVICES INCLUDING FORENSIC WORKSHOPS & CASE ANALYSIS

SHIH C

ANTHROPOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$74,327

FAMILY SYSTEMS AND THEIR DEMOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY OF FOUR CHINES ETHNIC GROUPS

WARREN M W

ANTHROPOLOGY

MULTIPLE SPONSORS

$822

MISCELLANEOUS DONORS

DERMOTT S F

ASTRONOMY

NASA

$115,518

DYNAMICS OF INTERPLANETARY DUST PARTICLES

HAMANN III F

ASTRONOMY

SPACE TELESCOPE SCIENCE INST NASA

$38,323

AALS IN QUASARS: DIAGNOSTICS OF THE ENVIRONMENT

LADA E A; ELSTON R J

ASTRONOMY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$219,864

TOWARD A COMPLETE NEAR-IR SPECTROSCOPIC SURVEY OF GIANT MOLECULAR CLOUDS

REYES F J

ASTRONOMY

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA FL SPACE GRANT CONSORTIUM NASA

$5,800

SUPPORT FOR EDUCATIONA ND PUBLIC OUTREACH PROGRAMS OF THE UFRADIO OBSERVATORY ON-LINE

SARAJEDINI A

ASTRONOMY

SPACE TELESCOPE SCIENCE INST NASA

$45,002

THE STAR FORMATION HISTORY AND METALLICITY EVOLUTION OF M33: A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF DISK EVOLUTION

SARAJEDINI A

ASTRONOMY

SPACE TELESCOPE SCIENCE INST NASA

$47,075

MAIN SEQUENCE TURNOFF AGES FOR SECOND PARAMETER CLUSTERS IN M33

GITZENDANNER M A; SOLTIS P S

BOTANY

U S DEPT OF THE INTERIOR FISH & WILDLIFE SERVICE

$43,752

GENETIC RESEARCH CRUCIAL TO THE RECOVERY OF ZIZIPHUS CELATA

KITAJIMA K

BOTANY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$1,720

CAREER: FUNCTIONAL BASES FOR THE TRADE-OFF BETWEEN GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF TREE SEEDLINGS

KITAJIMA K

BOTANY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$26,086

CAREER: FUNCTIONAL BASES FOR THE TRADE-OFF BETWEEN GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF TREE SEEDLINGS

MACK M C

BOTANY

UNIV OF CALIFORNIA U C IRVINE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$62,259

CONTROLS OVER FUNGAL COMMUNITEIS AND CONSEQUENCES FOR NUTRIENT CYCLING

SOLTIS D E; SOLTIS P S

BOTANY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$61,422

A COMPREHENSIVE PHYLOGENETIC TREE OF LIVING AND FOSSIL ANGIOSPERMS

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

ARKAT USA

$50,000

FLORIDA HETEROCYCLIC CONFERENCE AND ARKIVOC ELECTRONIC JOURNAL

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

L'OREAL

$192,871

LOREAL RESEARCH AGREEMENT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$1,090

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$13,090

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$314

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

MULTIPLE COMPANIES

$2,049

MILES COMPOUND CONTRACT

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

U S ARMY

$157,525

DEVELOPMENT OF NEW NITRO HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS

KATRITZKY A R

CHEMISTRY

U S NAVY

$39,381

SYNTHETIC METHODS AND SYNTHESIS OF AXIO AND ACETYLENE- TERMINATED OLIGOMERS

REYNOLDS J R

CHEMISTRY

SRI INTERNATIONAL U S DEPT OF DEFENSE

$89,466

HIHG CONTRAST REFLECTIVE ELECTROCHROMIC DEVICES

REYNOLDS J R

CHEMISTRY

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY U S ARMY

$62,263

ADVANCED CARBON NANOTECHNOLOGY CONSORTIUM: DISPLAYS AND DETECTORS

REYNOLDS J R

CHEMISTRY

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY U S AIR FORCE

$179,647

AGILE RESPONSE COATINGS

RICHARDS N G

CHEMISTRY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$39,154

MEASURING ASPARAGINE SYNTHETASE EXPRESSION IN LEUKEMIA

SCHANZE K S

CHEMISTRY

VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY U S ARMY

$69,852

ADVANCED CARBON NANOTECHNOLOGY CONSORTIUM: DISPLAYS AND DETECTORS

SCHANZE K S

CHEMISTRY

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY U S AIR FORCE

$106,361

AGILE RESPONSE COATINGS

TAN W

CHEMISTRY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$190,344

NANOSCALE ARRAYS FOR DIRECT RNA PROFILING IN SINGLE CELLS & THEIR COMPARTMENTS

VALA M T

CHEMISTRY

UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA

$3,000

PREBIOTIC MOLECULES IN INTERSTELLER SPACE

VILLALON L A

CTR FOR AFRICAN STUDIES

U S DEPT OF EDUCATION

$208,000

ADMINISTRATIVE: NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTER & FOREIGN LANGUAGE & AREA STUDIES FELLOWSHIPS

BAUM R J

CTR FOR APPLIED PHILOSOPHY

MULTIPLE SOURCES

$3,000

BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ETHICS JOURNAL

HENRETTA J C

CTR FOR GERONTOLOGICAL STUD

UNIV OF MICHIGAN NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH

$35,780

HEALTH AND RETIREMENT STUDY

CHANNELL J E

GEOLOGY

JOINT OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$10,357

INTREGRATED OCEAN DRILLING PROGRAM EXPEDITION 306: SALARY SUPPORT

HODELL D A

GEOLOGY

JOINT OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$44,172

INTRGRATED OCEAN DRILLING PROGRAM NORTH ATLANTIC 1, EXPEDITION 303: SALARY SUPPORT

HODELL D A

GEOLOGY

JOINT OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$7,640

UNDERGRADUATE SUPPLEMENTAL AWARD

HODELL D A

GEOLOGY

JOINT OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$40,979

INTRGRATED OCEAN DRILLING PROGRAM NORTH ATLANTIC 1, EXPEDITION 303: SALARY SUPPORT

MARTIN E E

GEOLOGY

AM CHEMICAL SOCIETY

$79,400

WARM SALINE DEEP WATER PRODUCTION IN THE MIDDLE EOCENE TO EARLY OLIGOCENE

FREIFELD A

HISTORY

U S DEPT OF EDUCATION

$3,222

FLORIDA NETWORK FOR GLOBAL STUDIES TITLE VI NATIONAL RESOURCCENTER PROPOSAL

MCCULLOUGH S A

MATHEMATICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$67,689

TOPICS IN DILATION THEORY

SHABANOV S; KLAUDER J R

MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE APPLICATIONS INTL CORP U S AIR FORCE

$57,702

PROPAGATION OF NARROW ELECTROMAGNETIC BEAMS IN DISPERSIVE MEDIA

AVERY P R

PHYSICS

CALIFORNIA INST OF TECHNOLOGY NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$168,294

ITR: ASE; INT: DMC: ULTRALIGHT: AN ULTRASCALE INFORMATION SYSTEM FOR DATA INTENSIVE RESEARCH

MITSELMAKHER G; KORYTOV A

PHYSICS

FERMILAB U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$20,938

US CMS ENDCAP MUON M & O SUBSYSTEM FY 2004

MITSELMAKHER G; KORYTOV A

PHYSICS

FERMILAB U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$15,847

ENDCAP MUON SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE CMS PROJECT FY 2004

MITSELMAKHER G; KORYTOV A

PHYSICS

FERMILAB U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$60,000

ENDCAP MUON SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE CMS PROJECT FY 2004

MITSELMAKHER G; KORYTOV A

PHYSICS

FERMILAB U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$70,000

ENDCAP MUON SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT FOR THE CMS PROJECT FY 2004

MITSELMAKHER G; KORYTOV A

PHYSICS

FERMILAB U S DEPT OF ENERGY

$117,240

US CMS ENDCAP MUON M & O SUBSYSTEM FY 2004

MITSELMAKHER G; TANNER D B

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$398,105

DETECTION OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVES: INTERFEROMETRY, DEVICES, MATERIALS, AND ANALYSIS FOR LIGO

MITSELMAKHER G; TANNER D B

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$211,600

DETECTION OF GRAVITATIONAL WAVES: INTERFEROMETRY, DEVICES, MATERIALS, AND ANALYSIS FOR LIGO

MULLER G

PHYSICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$32,818

ADVANCED LIGO: RESEARCH ON MODE MATCHING AND CONTROL SYSTEMS

MULLER G; TANNER D B

PHYSICS

NASA

$306,232

BENCHTOP EXPERIMENT TO STUDY LISA INTERFEROMETRY AND TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF DATA ANALYSIS METHODS FOR LISA

TANNER D B

PHYSICS

WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY U S AIR FORCE

$26,258

AGILE RESPONSE COATINGS

BRANCH M N

PSYCHOLOGY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIDA - NATL INST ON DRUG ABUSE

$186,138

BEHAVIORAL DETERMINANTS OF COCAINE TOLERANCE

ROWLAND N E

PSYCHOLOGY

NATL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NIAAA - ALCOHOL ABUSE & ALC

$46,301

TIME RESOLUTION OF ETHANOL-INDUCED NEUROTRANSMISSION

PHARIES D A

ROMANCE LANGUAGES

U S DEPT OF EDUCATION

$6,173

ADMINISTRATION: NATIONAL RESOURCE CENTERS AND FOREIGN LANGUAGE AND AREA STUDIES FELLOWSHIPS

HOBERT J P

STATISTICS

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$117,893

EXACT AND APPROXIMATE MARKOV CHAIN SAMPLING ALGORITHMS

BJORNDAL K A; ROARK A M

ZOOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION

$11,800

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND LIFE-HISTORY RESPONSES TO VARIATION IN FOOD AVAILABILITY IN A PARTHENOGENETIC INSECT

LEVEY D J; ANDINO J M

ZOOLOGY

NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION ALACHUA COUNTY

$76,500

SCIENCE PARTNERS IN INQUIRY-BASED COLLABORATIVE EDUCATION (S.P.I.C.E.)

OSENBERG C W

ZOOLOGY

SPRINGER-VERLAG

$11,000

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This listing of grants is obtained from the Division of Sponsored Research in the Office of Research and Graduate Programs. While every effort to ensure accuracy has been made, mistakes sometimes happen. If you feel there is an error, please contact Greg Miller-House at gregmh@rgp.ufl.edu.

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