Research Acknowledgement

It is extremely important that our grant is cited in all publications resulting from the use of NORC services. Our productivity and effectiveness as a Center is measured in part by the citation of the grant in published work. Please use the following acknowledgement in your publications:

This work utilized Core Services supported by grant DK089503 of NIH to the University of Michigan.

Pilot + Feasibility: Past Awardees

Two awards were made in the 2013 grant cycle (July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014):

Rebecca Hasson, Ph.D., Assistant Professor (School of Kinesiology)
"Stress-induced eating behavior: implications for pediatric obesity disparities in Latino and African-American Youth"
$50,000

Jun Hee Lee, Ph.D., Assistant Professor (Department of Molecular and Integrative Physiology)
"The role of Sestrin1 against obesity-associated muscle metabolic pathologies"
$50,000

Three awards were made in the 2012 grant cycle:

Lei Yin, Ph.D., Assistant Professor (Dept of Molecular and Integrative Physiology)
"Nutrient-dependent Regulation of Molecular Clock"
$50,000

Shanti Eswaran, MD, Clinical Lecturer (Department of Medicine - Division of Gastroenterology)
"Low FODMAP diet vs. usual care for patients with irritable bowel syndrom with diarrhea (IBS-D): a randomized, controlled trial and gastroinestinal microbiome analysis"
$50,000

David P. Olson, MD Ph.D, Assistant Professor (Pediatrics and Communicable Disease)
"The Role of Vasopressin Neurons in Energy Balance"
$50,000

Two awards were made in the 2011 grant cycle:

Ana Baylin, Assistant Professor, Epidemiology
"Fatty Acids and Risk of Overweight in School-Aged Children"
$50,000

Siming Li, Assistant Research Scientist, Life Sciences Institute
"Dissecting transcriptional control of brown adipocyte development through genome-wide functional screen"
$50,000

Three awards were made in the 2010 grant cycle:

Carey Lumeng, MD, PhD and Susan Woolford, MD, Assistant Professor, Pediatric and Communicable Diseases
"Inflammatory monocytes in childhood obesity"
$33,000

Dana Dolinoy, PhD, Searle Assistant Professor, SPH Environmental Health Science
"In Utero BPA exposure: Effects on metabolic homeostasis mediated by epigenetic labile loci"
$33,000

Jorge A. Iniguez-Lluhi, PhD, Associate Professor, Pharmacology
"Novel bifunctional glucocorticoid receptor ligands with favorable metabolic profiles through the display of novel chemical functionalities"
$33,000

Two awards were made in the 2009 grant cycle:

David Lombard, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Dept of Pathology and Research Professor, Institute of Gerontology
"Role of acetylation in regulating the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex"
$50,000

Julie Lumeng, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor, Pediatric & Comm Diseases, Asst Research Scientist, Center for Human Growth and Development
"Diurnal salivary cortisol in association with cardiovascular risk markers and weight status in low-income preschool-aged children"
$25,000

Two awards were made in the 2006 grant cycle:

Zora Djuric, Family Medicine Principal Investigator
"Prevention of weight gain in women diagnosed with breast cancer: A pilot study in the community clinical oncology program sites"
$50,000

Peter Woolf, Engineering Principal Investigator
"A systems biology approach for analysis of metabolic changes associated with diabetes and obesity"
$100,000