The University of Iowa. External Funding 2004-2005. The Numbers The People The Impact. Total External Awards 2004-2005. The Numbers. $359.6 million Total Federal: $249.7 million Total Non-Federal: $109.9 million. The University of Iowa External Funding FY 1968-2005. (Millions $).
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Total Federal: $249.7 million
Total Non-Federal: $109.9 million
External Funding FY 1968-2005
DHHS=Department of Health and Human Services, DOD=Department of Defense, ED=Department of Education, NASA=National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NSF=National Science Foundation
‘States’ and ‘Universities’ totals represent funds primarily from federal pass-through sources. ‘Other’ includes other federal and other non-federal funds.
Royalty Revenue and Licensure Earnings
Barry Carter, College of Pharmacy, Clinical Hospital Pharmacy, $643,448, DHHS-National Institutes of Health, Improving Adherenceto Blood Pressure Guidelines, 8/1/2004-7/31/2005
Daniel Eberl, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Biological Sciences, $302,084, DHHS-National Institutes of Health, Drosophila Deafness Genes: Analysis of Chordotonal Organ, 4/1/2005-3/31/2006
Paul Mulhausen, College of Medicine, Internal Medicine, $333,723, DHHS-Health Resources & Services Administration, Geriatric Training: Meeting Needs of Rural Iowans,07/01/2004-06/30/2005
Stephen Bloom, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Journalism & Mass Communication, $1,500, National Endowment for the Arts/Iowa Arts Council, Shoedog Meets Iowa Countryside, 8/16/2004-11/30/2004 and $1,000, Hometown Perry, Iowa Museum, 9/01/2004-12/31/2005
William Davies, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Linguistics, $ 32,805, U.S. Department of Education, Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad: Madurese Oral Narratives, 6/15/2005-12/31/2006
Joan Kjaer Kirkman, Other Administrative Units, Broadcasting Services, $8,000, National Endowment for the Arts, Documentary on Donald Justice, 11/01/2004-10/31/2005
Allen Bradley, College of Engineering, IIHR-Hydroscience & Engineering, $99,544, Iowa Department of Transportation, Evaluation of Design-Flood Frequency Methods for Iowa Streams, 3/1/2005-2/28/2007
Mary Hall Reno, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Physics & Astronomy, $77,295, US National Science Foundation, REU Site: Undergraduate Research in Physics and Astronomy at the University of Iowa, 4/1/2005-3/31/2006
Kasturi Varadarajan, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Computer Science, $98,747, US National Science Foundation, CAREER Award: Algorithms for Fitting, Matching, and Simplifying Shapes, 8/1/2005-7/31/2006
Jennifer Glass, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Sociology, $170,069, Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Workplace Flexibility Policies and Wage Growth: Are the Penalties Equal for All Workers?, 1/05/2005-12/31/2006
John Knutson, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Psychology, $662,443 DHHS-National Institutes of Health, Domestic Violence and Parenting of Young Children, 6/1/2005-5/31/2006
Larissa Samuelson, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Psychology, $165,938, DHHS-National Institutes of Health, Learning to Learn Words: Tests of a Four-Step Process, 5/1/2005-4/30/2006
Through funding from the NIH, gene therapy may someday reverse the effects of mental retardation, and humanity may owe thanks at least in part to researchers like Dr. Beverly Davidson at The University of Iowa.
Using gene therapy to switch off genes instead of adding new ones could slow down or prevent the fatal brain disorder, Huntington's disease.
Beverly Davidson, Ph.D.
Professor of Internal Medicine, Physiology and Biophysics, and Neurology.
Through studies funded by the NIH and the Department of Defense,researchers like Professor Greg Gray at the Center for Emerging Infectious Diseasesseek to understand why some people experience animal-to-human transmission of influenza virus.
Identifying people at the greatest risk of zoonotic infection is a first step in providing them with special vaccines to prevent such infections and epidemics.
Gregory C. Gray, MD, MPH
Professor, Department of Epidemiology
Director, Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases
Steve’s project “Iowa Stories” from the Year of the Arts and Humanities set up “story swaps” around the state. The focus of Steve’s work along the Iowa Route is to create a broadcast of these community stories of Iowa life and culture.
Steve Thunder-McGuire, Professor and Program Coordinator, Art Education Department, and School of Art and Art History, and Teaching and Learning
University of Iowa space researchers Don Gurnett and Bill Kurth are leaders of a team recently selected by NASA to carry out the Juno mission to Jupiter scheduled for launch no later than June 30, 2010.
The focus of The University of Iowa’s participation will be a NASA-funded $12 million radio and plasma wave instrument.
Iowa space physicists Donald Gurnett and Bill Kurth
Department of Physics and Astronomy.
Through studies funded by the National Institute for Nursing Research
(NINR), researchers at University of Iowa’s College of Nursing, such as Dr. Marita Titler, study the management of pain in older adults with hip fractures, a population that is likely to have acute pain.
This interdisciplinary endeavor brings together experts from The University of Iowa Colleges of Nursing, Pharmacy, Medicine, and Public Health and from The University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics.
University of Iowa College of Nursing is the #2 gerontological nursing program in the country, as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.
Dr. Marita Titler, PhD, RN, FAAN
Applying Engineering to Improving Human Health