Grants Awarded – External
Snapshot of recent grants awarded to UMaine researchers. This is NOT a comprehensive list.
|Project Title||Principal Investigator||Sponsor Name||Award Amount|
|27th Annual National EPSCoR Conference, Portland Maine||Khodadad Varahramyan||National Science Foundation||$700,672|
|A new paradigm for ocean color satellite calibration and validation: highly accurate, low uncertainty, hyperspectral radiometric measurements from autonomous platforms (HYPERNAV)||Emmanuel Boss||Wet Labs, Inc.
National Aeronautics & Space Administration
|CNH2-L: Measuring adaptive responses that strengthen governance of marine resources along the Baja California Peninsula||Heather Leslie||Duke University
National Science Foundation
|Cross-disciplinary ONline Training to promote Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Tele-Intervention (CONTAACT)||Deborah Rooks-Ellis
|US Dept of Education||$249,950|
|Development of a decision support system for sea lice management in salmon aquaculture||Kelly Cole
|US Dept of Agriculture||$315,000|
|Genetic Improvement of North American Atlantic Salmon & the Eastern Oyster for Aquaculture Production||Deborah Bouchard
|US Dept of Agriculture||$847,000|
|Maine Violent Death Reporting System||Marcella Sorg
|Maine Attorney General
US Dept of Health & Human Services
|Meulenberg NSF IPA||Robert Meulenberg||National Science Foundation||$175,599|
|Moving from crisis response to long-term integrated management of SWD: A keystone pest of fruit crops in the United States||Philip Fanning||University of Georgia
US Dept of Agriculture
|New Beginnings for Wabanaki Students at the University of Maine||Darren Ranco||US Dept of Agriculture||$283,164|
|Pingree and Sunrise Conservation Easement Monitoring||David Sandilands||New England Forestry Foundation||$142,756|
|Predicting range shifts and spatially explicit population viability for Golden-winged Warblers||Amber Roth||US Dept of the Interior||$140,435|
|Coupling Advanced Computational Analyses of Mammography and SHG Imaging for Early Detection of Breast Cancer Tissue Microenvironment Disruptions Accompanying Tumorigenesis||Andre Khalil
|US Dept of Health & Human Services||$418,484|
|Sustainable Energy Leaders of the Future (SELF) Residential Program for Rural High School Students||Sheila Pendse
|US Dept of Agriculture||$93,133|
|TRELIS-GS: Training and Retaining Leaders in STEM – Geospatial Sciences||Mary Beard-Tisdale||National Science Foundation||$61,893|
|Validating Sediment DNA (sedDNA) for Identifying Historical Alewife Presence in Maine Lakes||Michael Kinnison
|ME DEPT of Marine Resources||$103,626|
|Woody Biomass Conversion to Liquid Hydrocarbon Fuels, Chemicals, and Nanocellulose||Hemant Pendse
|US Dept of Defense||$4,817,500|
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This is NOT a comprehensive list.
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