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Dr. Huzurbazar Selected Contracts and Grants

Funded Project as Principal Investigator

2011-2015 "Modelling and Analysis of Gene Duplication" , S.Huzurbazar (PI), David Liberles (CO-PI), National Science Foundation,    NSF-DMS-1100615, $750,761.

Goal: To model the gene duplication mechanisms, and to study the errors accumulated in the pipeline of generating data used within the gene-species tree reconciliation problem.

2009 - 2013 "Statistical Modeling for Gene Duplication", S. Huzurbazar. Wyoming Bioinformatics Core supported by IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (NCCR), 1 fully funded 4-year GA 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, (UW) President's Advisory Council on Minorities' and Women's Affairs, $3000, along with $3000 from the 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

2008 - 2012 "The Adaptive Evolution Database: A database of phylogenetically-indexed gene families", David Lieberles (PI), S. Huzurbzar (CO-PI), National Science Foundation, $786,929.

2007-2010 "Shapes, Scales and Spacing of Channel-belt Sand Bodies in Ancient and Experimental Avulsion-dominated Alluvial Basins". Paul L. Heller, Snehalata V. Huzurbazar, Chris Paola. American Chemical Society Petroleum Research Fund, $99,800.

2007-2010 Same project as above: UW School of Energy Research, matching funds of $50,000. 2006-2010 "Shape,Scales And Spacing Of Channel-Belt Sand Bodies In Avulsion-Dominated Alluvial Basins" , Paul Heller and S.Huzurbazar, EOG Resources Inc. (EOG47973 ) $30,000

2006-2010 "Shape,Scales And Spacing Of Channel-Belt Sand Bodies In Avulsion-Dominated Alluvial Basins" , Paul Heller and S.Huzurbazar, Exxon Mobil Inc. (EM00126 ) $30,000

2005-2008 "Mechanisms for Stabilization and Accumulation of Organic Carbon in Reclaimed Mineland Soils" P.D. Stahl, George Vance, Snehalata Huzurbazar. 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, L.J. Ingram, S.V. Huzubazar and C. J. Bilbrough. 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, G.Vance, L.Ingram, S.Huzurbazar, 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, S. Huzurbazar. Eisenhower Grant submitted to the Wyoming Department of Education, $20,000.

2000-2001 "Coordinating Domestic Violence Research: Campus, Community and State". Catherine Connolly (PI), S. Huzurbazar . 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). NSF- EPSCOR State of Wyoming, $2,400,000.

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