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Dr. Huzurbazar Selected Contracts and Grants

Funded Projects as Principal Investigator

2015 “Visualizing and Modeling Vaginal Microbiome Data for Improved Understanding of BV”, Laura Bond (Boise State Univ), Co-PI, Mountain West Clinical and Translational Research Infrastructure Network, $18,319 (UW) for total of $22,000.

2015 “Collecting baseline data and documenting best practices for improving recruitment and retention of diverse STEM faculty at the University of Wyoming”, D. Brown, I. Burke, E. Currano, C. Weinig and A. Zajacova Co-PIs, University of Wyoming Office of Research and Economic Development $10,000.

2015 - 2018 “Clinical and Translational Research Infrastructure Network, IDeA-CTR”, Anna Zajacova (PI 2013-15), Huzurbazar (PI 2015-18), National Institutes of Health, subcontract to University of New Mexico $140,375.

2014 - 2015 “SAMSI Bioinformatics Program Research Participation”. National Science Foundataion Subcontract to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. $ 25,857.

2011 - 2015 (extended to 2016 due to SAMSI committment) “Modelling and Analysis of Gene Dupli­cation”, Jessica Schlueter, Co-PI, National Science Foundation, NSF-DMS-1100615, $750,761.

2009 - 2013 “Statistical Modelling for Gene Duplication”, Wyoming Bioinformatics Core supported by IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (NCCR), 1 fully funded 4-year Graduate Assistant position.

2004 - 2005 “Statistical Methodology and Application for Cold Regions Research”, National Science Foundation, $99,897.

2002 - 2004 “A Comprehensive Violence Against Women Policy Review and Education Program at the University of Wyoming”, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, $202,732.

2002 - 2003 “Baseline Data on Sexual Assault: Awareness of Resources, Prevalence and Institutional Response”, C. Connolly, Co-PI, University of Wyoming President’s Advisory Council on Minorities and Womens Affairs, $3000, along with $3000 from the UW Vice-President for Academic Affairs.

1997 - 2000 “Saddlepoint Approximations for Survival Analysis”, National Science Foundation, $70,000.

1997 - 1998 “Assessing Risk of Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus Infection in Beef Herds”. Hana Van Campen, Co-PI, University of Wyoming Faculty Grant-in-Aid Program, $4920.

1997 - 1998 “Third North American Conference of New Researchers in Statistics and Probability”. Aparna V. Huzurbazar, Co-PI, National Science Foundation, $14,000.

1994 “P-value Approximations in Principle Components and Discriminant Analysis”, University of Georgia Research Foundation, $4,800.

1993 “Importance Sampling in Multivariate Testing”, University of Georgia Research Foundation, $3,500.


Funded Projects as Co-Principal Investigator

2013 - 2015 “Clinical and Translational Research Infrastructure Network, IDeA-CTR”, Anna Zajacova (PI 2013-15), Huzurbazar (PI 2015-18), National Institutes of Health, subcontract to University of New Mexico $140,375.

2012 - 2014 “Establishing the feasibility of functional data analysis for determining the health conse­quences of body weight changes among older adults”, Anna Zajacova (PI), Institute of Translational Health Sciences, University of Washington. Pilot Grant, $6,500

2012 - 2015 “Quantitative characterization of rapid changes in alluvial stacking pattern and impact on reservoir continuity: Morrison Formation (Upper Jurassic) and Wasatch Formation (Paleogene), western Colorado and east central Utah”, Paul Heller (PI), Chevron, $87,000.

2011 - 2012 “Enhanced Oil Recovery Data Base Screening and Modelling of Compositional Data”, Vladimir Alvarado (PI), University of Wyoming Enhanced Oil Recovery Institute. $120,000.

2011 - 2013 “EOR Screening System for Definition of SEC-valid analogs”, Vladimir Alvarado (PI), TIORCO, LLC. $121,367.

2008 - 2013 “The Adaptive Evolution Database: A database of phylogenetically-indexed gene families”, David Lieberles (PI), National Science Foundation, NSF-DBI-0743374, $786,929.00.

2007 - 2011 “Shapes, Scales and Spacing of Channel-belt Sand Bodies in Ancient and Experimental Avulsion-dominated Alluvial Basins”, Paul L. Heller (PI), Chris Paola (Co-PI). American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, $99,800.

2007 - 2011 Same project as above: UW School of Energy Research provided matching funds of $50,000.

2006 - 2011 “Shape,Scales And Spacing Of Channel-Belt Sand Bodies In Avulsion-Dominated Alluvial Basins”, Paul Heller (PI), Exxon Mobil Inc., EM00126, $30,000

2006 - 2009 “EOG Shape,Scales and Spacing of channel-belt sand bodies in avulsion-dominated alluvial basins”, Paul Heller (PI), EOG (oil company) $30,000.

2005 - 2008 “Mechanisms for Stabilization and Accumulation of Organic Carbon in Reclaimed Mineland Soils”, P.D. Stahl (PI), George Vance (Co-PI),Abandoned Mineland Research Program, $222,220.

2004 - 2007 “Recovery of Belowground Ecosystem Components Under Different Plant Communities on Reclaimed Coal Mine Lands”, P.D. Stahl (PI), L.J. Ingram (Co-PI), C. J. Bilbrough (Co-PI). Abandoned Mineland Research Program, WYDEQ49800, $217,800.

2002 - 2005 “The Influence of Reclamation Management Practices on Carbon Accumulation and Soil Fertility on Coal Mine Lands in Wyoming”, P.Stahl (PI), G.Vance (Co-PI), L.Ingram (Co-PI), C.Bilbrough (Co-PIs). Abandoned Mineland Research Program, $222,885.

2001 - 2002 “Investigation of Type 2 Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus Infection in Beef Herds”, Hana Van Campen (PI), College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Research Council, Colorado State University, $25,472.

2000 - 2002 “Math Goes Home: A backpack project for Parents, Teachers and Kids”, Linda Hutchinson (PI), Lynne Ipina (Co-PI), Eisenhower Grant via the Wyoming Department of Education, $20,000.

2000 - 2001 “Coordinating Domestic Violence Research: Campus, Community and State”, Catherine Connolly (PI). University of Wyoming: Faculty Grant-in-Aid Program, $5000.

1997 - 1998 “Third North American Conference of New Researchers in Statistics and Probability”, Aparna V. Huzurbazar,(PI). National Security Agency, $10,000.

1996 - 1998 “Spatial Data Visualization Cluster”, Steve Gloss (PI) with several Co-PIs, NSF-EPSCOR State of Wyoming, $2,400,000.

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