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Funding

Our research program has been consistently funded by both federal and foundation grants as well as institutional funding mechanisms.

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ONGOING/PENDING

1) R21 - National Institute of Mental Health - MH132052- March 2023 - April 2025 - Role: PI. “Predicting maladaptive aversive learning via computational modeling of insular single cell ensemble activity patterns”.  

2) R01 - National Institute on Drug Abuse - DA052317- October 2021 - November 2026 - Role: Co-I. “Mechanisms of dopaminergic dysfunction in substance use disorder” 

COMPLETED

1) KL2 NIH/NCATS Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA)  KL2TR002245 - October 2020 - November 2022

Role: PI ($300,000). “The role of mesocortical pathway in avoidance behavior.

 

2) The Brain & Behavior Research Foundation NARSAD Young Investigator Grant - January 2020 - January 2022 Role: PI ($70,000). “Encoding of escapable versus inescapable aversive events within the mesocortical circuit”

2) The Pfeil Foundation Investigator - January 2021 - January 2022 Role: PI ($35,000).​

 

3) Vanderbilt University Medical Center Faculty Research Scholar Grant - 2019 - 2021

Role: PI ($220,000).

4) Edge for Scholars Research Relaunch Funds - June 2020

Role: PI ($4,400).

5) Duke Interdisciplinary Initiative in Social Psychology (DIISP) Mini-Grant – Duke University, 2012

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