Opportunities for Support by CCIB 

 

  • CCIB graduate students can apply for a Student Traveling Grant based on matching funds to the Dean’s Graduate Travel Grant >(use the Dean’s Traveling Grant Form to apply). All funding opportunities depend on budget availability. 

 

  • CCIB PIs can apply to have publications costs covered if they do not have grants/startup funds to cover them (this does not include an extra fee associated with an Open Access Option). To apply, please submit the following to Peter Fazzino: 1) the publication name, 2) list of authors and affiliations (priorities will be given to publications with CCIB students), 3) your Current and Pending Support, 4) an indication of which project this paper is related to.

Funding

NSF Grant Awards

REU Site: Computational Biology Summer Research Experience at Rutgers-Camden   DBI-1559868
Benedetto Piccoli (PI), Joe Martin (Co-Principal Investigator)

MRI: Acquisition of a femtosecond laser system to enable multiphoton polymerization, photoporation, and laser ablation in liquids research   MRI-1531783
Sean O’Malley (PI); Daniel Bubb, Eric Klein, George Kumi (Co-Principal Investigators)

CAREER: Composition, mechanical properties, and synthesis of the Caulobacter crescentus stalk   MCB-1553004
Eric Klein (PI)

Computational and Experimental Systems Biology of Cyanobacterial Metabolism   MCB-1515511
Desmond Lun (PI); G. Charles Dismukes (Co-Principal Investigator)

Best Practices on a Budget: Revamping Undergraduate Laboratory Sections to Stimulate Empirically-Based Learning and Foster Modern Research Skills   DUE-1504881
Sean O’Malley (PI); Daniel Bubb, Grace Brannigan, Richard Jimenez (Co-Principal Investigators)

RUI: Spectral Theory and Geometric Analysis in Several Complex Variables   DMS-1500952
Siqi Fu (PI)

ABI Innovation: Integrated Approach to Improve Detection of Genome Rearrangements   DBI-1458202
Andrey Grigoriev (PI)

RUI: Mechanisms of Modulation of GABA(A) receptors by Steroids and Lipophilic Hormones   MCB-1330728
Grace Brannigan (PI); Joseph V. Martin (Co-Principal Investigator)

CAREER: Dynamics and Diversity of Bone Morphogenetic Protein Signaling in Epithelial Cells   IOS-1149144
Nir Yakoby (PI)

MRI: Acquisition of a High-Performance Computing Cluster for the Interdisciplinary Research in Computational and Integrative Biology   DBI-1126052
Andrey Grigoriev (PI); Kwangwon Lee, Joe Martin, Michael Palis (Co-Principal Investigators)

Q-STEP: Community of Quantitative Scientists   DUE-0856435
Joe Martin (PI); Alex Roche, Daniel Bubb, Haydee Herrera (Co-Principal Investigators)

Mechanisms of Nanoparticle Generation by Laser Ablation of Thin Films in Liquids   CMMI-1300920
Daniel Bubb (PI); Sean O’Malley (Co-Principal Investigator)

Transforming Potential into Promise: A Depth-First Approach   CCF-1433220
Rajiv Gandhi (PI)

Quantitative Trait Loci for Circadian Rhythm in Neurospora Crassa (Continuation)   MCB-0946860
Kwangwon Lee (PI)

REU site: Computational Biology Summer Program at Rutgers-Camden   DBI-1263163
Benedetto Piccoli (PI); Joe Martin (Co-Principal Investigator)

CPS: Synergy: Collaborative Research: Control of Vehicular Traffic Flow via Low Density Autonomous Vehicles   CNS-1446715
Benedetto Piccoli (PI)

Collaborative RUI: Quadrilateral Surface Meshes with Provable Quality Guarantees   CCF-1422004
Suneeta Ramaswami (PI)

AF: Small: RUI: Competitive Search, Evacuation and Reconfiguration with Coordinated Mobile Agents   CCF-1813940
Sunil Shende (PI)

I-Corps: Customer discovery for algorithm commercialization   IIP-823826
Andrey Grigoriev (PI)

RUI: Collaborative Research: Understanding the protein-polysaccharide interactions of natural composite materials in one and two dimensions   DMR-1809354
David Salas-de la Cruz (PI)

Stochastic Partial Differential Equations and Their Numerical Solution   DMS-1816378
Nawaf Bou-Rabee (PI)

NIH Grant Awards

Molecular Mechanishm of Natural Variation and Adaption of Circadian Clock   1R15GM117523-01
Kwangwon Lee (PI)

Area: Mechanisms Underlying Epithelial Cells’ Patterning and Morphogenesis   2R15GM101597-02
Nir Yakoby (PI)

Area: Mechanisms Underlying EGFR Signaling Distribution in Epithelial Tissues    1R15GM101597-01A1
Nir Yakoby (PI); Benedetto Piccoli (Co-Principal Investigator)

Energy-based cold tolerance in genetically tractable eukaryotic systems   115GM093685-01R
Dan Shain (PI); Nir Yakoby (Co-Principal Investigator)

AREA: Predictive Computational Acute Toxicity Modeling by Profiling Chemicals with Public Bioassay Data   1R15ES023148-01
Hao Zhu (PI)

Mechanistic Evaluation of Chemicals that Induce Oral Acute Toxicity by Novel Read-Across Approaches Using Public Big Data   2R15ES023148-02A1
Hao Zhu (PI)

Variant Identification for Cancer Genomics   1R15CA220059-01A1
Andrey Grigoriev (PI)

Other Grant Awards

NJHF PC77-17 – 822243
Andrey Grigoriev (PI)

IRRI – Large Structural Variations in Rice Genomes – 439685 
Andrey Grigoriev (PI)

Optimization and Simulation Approaches – 439472
Benedetto Piccoli (PI)

Interaction of Inhaled Anesthetics with Macromolecules – 436642
Grace Brannigan (PI)

C/S Research Corp Effects of Chol & Lipid – 900042
Grace Brannigan (PI)

Research Corp Effects of Cholesterol & Lipid Sort – 438580
Grace Brannigan (PI)

C/S Research Corp Effects of Cholesterol & Lipid S – 220873
Grace Brannigan (PI)

US Army Research Office W911NF-141-0434 – 437233
Jinglin Fu (PI)

DURIP – Fluorescence Correlation Microcopy – 439444
Jinglin Fu (PI)

NJHF PC90-17 – 822251
Jongmin Nam (PI)

A Rutgers-Rowan Cross Collaboration Research Model – 439016
Joseph Martin (PI)

Science of Toxicology – 822290
Hao Zhu (PI)

Advance Predictive Modeling – 439473
Hao Zhu (PI)

Predictive Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship (QSAR) modeling of reproductive and developmental toxicity using integrated chemical and biological (HTS profiles) descriptors of molecules
Hao Zhu (PI)

Profiling chemicals based on public bioassay data for the development of predictive computational acute toxicity model
Hao Zhu (PI)

Establishing exclusion criteria  and the significance of inclusion:  Developing tools for the interpretation of complex DNA mixtures 4500001685 – 437782
Desmond Lun (PI)

Identification of gene networks:  An approach based on mathematical modeling
Desmond Lun (PI)

High-accuracy integration of transcriptomics and metabolic modeling with application to the metabolic engineering of Escherichia coli
Desmond Lun (PI)

Low-Template DNA Mixture Interpretation: Determining the Number of Contributors
Desmond Lun (PI)

Burroughs Welcome Fund – Fight Against Sleeping – 438579 
Simeon Kotchoni (PI)