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University of California, Riverside

Award Total: $7,788,779 # of Grants: 42
Investigators

PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PrudenceTalbotPh.D. - PaulQuintonPh.D. - CraigByusPh.D. - DavidEastmondPh.D. - ThomasMortonPh.D. - BruceCohenPh.D. - ManuelaMartins-GreenPh.D. - ManuelaMartins-GreenPh.D. - ManuelaMartins-GreenPh.D. - CarlWarePh.D. - KarenRivelesPh.D.BAS, MPH - LiJiaM.S. - Lina SeangWongB.S. - MichikoOtsukiPh.D. - YinshengWangPh.D. - YinshengWangPh.D. - NisanaAndersenM.S. Chemistry - ChrisKieslichB.S. in Biomedical Engineering - DimitriosMorikisPh.D. - NicoleZur NiedenDr. rer.nat. (Ph.D. equivalent - NicoleZur NiedenDr. rer.nat. (Ph.D. equivalent - SabrinaLinPh.D. - IvannMartinezB.Sc. Cell, Molecular Biology - JohnPrinsPh.D. - YongshengXiaoBS - VasundhraBahlM.Sc. - MoniqueWilliamsB.S. - NeemaAdhamiB.S - NeemaAdhamiB.S - NicoleSparksM.Sc. -
Grants

Fertility, Smoking, and Early Mammalian Development 1995 (Cycle 4) $321,193
General Biomedical Science Research Project Awards

The biological basis of nicotine addiction 1997 (Cycle 6) $224,949
Nicotine Dependence New Investigator Awards

Fertility, smoking and early mammalian development 1997 (Cycle 6) $452,243
General Biomedical Science Research Project Awards

Cigarette smoke effects on human vascular endothelial genes 1998 (Cycle 7) $75,000
Cardiovascular Disease Inno Dev & Exp Awards (IDEAS)

Tobacco Smoke, Benzene, & Mechanisms of Leukemogenesis 1992 (Cycle 1) $224,492
Cancer New Investigator Awards

Fertility, Smoking, and Early Mammalian Development 1993 (Cycle 2) $166,751
General Biomedical Science Research Project Awards

Tobacco Product Modulation of TNF Responses in Lung Cells 1993 (Cycle 2) $371,620
General Biomedical Science Research Project Awards

Tobacco Smoke and Airway Fluid Transport & Composition 1993 (Cycle 2) $301,622
Pulmonary Disease Research Project Awards

Monitoring exposure to tobacco-specific nitrosamines 1999 (Cycle 8) $74,999
Cancer Inno Dev & Exp Awards (IDEAS)

Mechanism of apparent long-term nicotinic inactivation 2000 (Cycle 9) $20,565
Nicotine Dependence Dissertation Awards

Fertility, smoking and early mammalian development 2001 (Cycle 10) $454,490
General Biomedical Science Research Project Awards

Cigarette smoke effects on cells crucial for wound healing 2001 (Cycle 10) $74,500
General Biomedical Science Inno Dev & Exp Awards (IDEAS)

Cigarette smoke, MCP-1 expression in vivo and atherogenesis 2002 (Cycle 11) $50,418
Cardiovascular Disease Dissertation Awards

Quantification of toxicants in harm reduction cigarettes 2003 (Cycle 12) $25,390
General Biomedical Science Dissertation Awards

Latino and Asian American college students' smoking 2003 (Cycle 12) $59,500
Epidemiology Dissertation Awards

Fertility smoking and early mammalian development 2004 (Cycle 13) $392,451
General Biomedical Science Research Project Awards

Toxicity of Harm Reduction Products on Human Development 2009 (Cycle 18) $310,000
General Biomedical Science Exploratory/Developmental Award

DNA Adducts Arising from Tobacco-derived N-nitrosamines 2009 (Cycle 18) $250,000
General Biomedical Science Exploratory/Developmental Award

UCR Mini-symposium on Tobacco-related Disease Research 2009 (Cycle 18) $1,000
General Biomedical Science Special Projects

In search of a complement system inhibitor targeting C5aR 2010 (Cycle 19) $60,000
General Biomedical Science Dissertation Awards

Replication Studies of Minor-Groove DNA Adducts 2010 (Cycle 19) $60,000
Cancer Dissertation Awards

Effects of THS on cell and molecular mechanisms of healing 2010 (Cycle 19) $250,000
General Biomedical Science Exploratory/Developmental Award

Secondhand Smoke and Human Prenatal Development 2010 (Cycle 19) $280,000
General Biomedical Science Exploratory/Developmental Award

PRENATAL TOXICITY OF TRADITIONAL AND HARM REDUCTION TOBACCO 2010 (Cycle 19) $314,772
General Biomedical Science New Investigator Awards

Second Annual Meeting Tobaco-Related Disease Research at UCR 2010 (Cycle 19) $3,500
General Biomedical Science Special Projects

Design of Complement Inhibitors for Cardiovascular Disease 2011 (Cycle 20) $250,000
Cardiovascular Disease Exploratory/Developmental Award

Predicting bone teratogenicity of tobacco products in vitro 2011 (Cycle 20) $59,825
General Biomedical Science Dissertation Awards

Study of TSNA Signaling Pathway by Targeted Proteomics 2011 (Cycle 20) $60,000
General Biomedical Science Dissertation Awards

Identification of Harm Reduction Sidestream Smoke Toxicants 2011 (Cycle 20) $135,000
General Biomedical Science Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards

Electronic Cigarettes: Are They Safe? 2011 (Cycle 20) $280,000
General Biomedical Science Exploratory/Developmental Award

Proteomic Assessment of Heavy Metal Mixture Exposure 2012 (Cycle 21) $45,000
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards

Effects of THS toxins on mechanical and drug-induced injury 2013 (Cycle 22) $450,896
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology Research Project Awards

Metals and nanoparticles in electronic cigarette aerosol 2013 (Cycle 22) $270,160
Regulatory Science/New Products Research Project Awards

Toxicological Evaluation of Thirdhand Smoke 2013 (Cycle 22) $60,000
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology Dissertation Awards

THS exposure results in Insulin Resistance 2014 (Cycle 23) $57,053
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology Dissertation Awards

Evaluation of Metal Emissions in Electronic Cigarettes 2014 (Cycle 23) $63,191
Regulatory Science/New Products Dissertation Awards

Tobacco sensitive regulation of pro-osteogenic promoters 2015 (Cycle 24) $63,150
Early Diagnosis/Pathogenesis Dissertation Awards

Cytotoxicity and Stress Induction by Thirdhand Smoke 2015 (Cycle 24) $443,453
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology Research Project Awards

microRNA biomarkers of THS teratogenicity 2016 (Cycle 25) $293,205
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology High Impact Pilot Award

In-Utero THS Exposure and its effects on the Health of the 2016 (Cycle 25) $12,000
UC Smoke & Tobacco Free Student Program UC Pres Smke & Tobaco Free Stu Prgm

Are iQOS Aerosols Cytotoxic 2016 (Cycle 25) $62,500
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology Special Projects

Is Electronic Cigarette Aerosol Residue Hazardous? 2017 (Cycle 26) $363,891
Environmental Exposure/Toxicology High Impact Research Project Award