Role of Sirtuins in Platelet Aging and Perioperative Thrombocytopenia after Mechanical Circulatory Support
Red Cell Rejuvenation for Optimal Tissue Oxygen Delivery
Interface of Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Inflammation in Heterotopic Mouse Heart Transplant
Argon as a Potential Therapeutic in Stroke; Effects on Oxygen Utilization and Cerebral Blood Flow Response after Cortical Spreading Depression and Injury Depolarizations
The Systemic Milieu and its Role in Postoperative Cognitive Dysfunction
The Role of Progestins and PGRMC1 in Inflammation-Induced Fetal Membrane Weakening
Using Health Information Technology to Bridge the Quality Gap in Anesthesiology
TJ Gan DIG Award: Obstructive Sleep Apnea in Pregnancy: Development of a Pregnancy-Specific Screening Tool
Investigating Mechanisms Underlying Pathological Itch Conditions
Determination of the Role of Alzheimer’s Disease Pathways in Post-Operative Cognitive Dysfunction
In May of 2014, Dr. Berger was awarded a two-year, $150,000 International Anesthesia Research Society Mentored Research Award, entitled, “The trajectory and significance of perioperative changes in AD biomarkers."
The role of FXR, TGR5 and the Bile Acid Pathway in the Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Post-Nerve Injury Pain
In November of 2015, Dr. Van de Ven received a 3-year, $1.5 million Department of Defense (DoD) Neurosensory Research grant renewal for his VIPER (Veterans Integrated Pain Evaluation Research) study entitled “Chronic Pain after Amputation: Inflammatory Mechanisms, Novel Analgesic Pathways, and Improved Patient Safety.”
Sirtuin-3 Modulation of Acetylation in the Treatment of Perioperative Myocardial Reperfusion Injury
Pharmacogenomics of β-blockers: Implication for Postoperative Atrial Fibrillation
Cardiopulmonary Bypass Induced Inflammatory Changes in the Atrial Wall: The Novel Role for Cardiac Chymase produced Angiotensin II in the Development of Atrial Fibrillation
In Spring of 2013, Dr. Manning was awarded a two-year, $50,000 Society of Cardiovascular Anesthesiologists (SCA) Starter Grant
Neurointerventional Regional Anesthesia to Improve Hand Rehabilitation in Stroke
Comparative effectiveness in Perioperative and Critical Care Medicine: Crystalloid Fluid Therapy
In Spring of 2013, Dr. Raghunathan was awarded a $206,944 extramural grant from the Baxter Healthcare Corporation Fluids franchise
In Fall of 2013, Dr. Raghunathan was awarded the $100,000 APSF/ASA Endowed Research Award from the APSF Scientific Evaluation Committee
Determinants of Intestinal Epithelial Wound Healing
Elucidating Adaptive Mechanisms of Perioperative Cardioprotection Following Ischemiareperfusion in Hibernating Arctic Ground Squirrels
In the Spring of 2012, Dr. Podgoreanu was awarded a $75,000 Foundation for Anesthesia Education and Research Grant, and a $10,000 Duke SOM voucher award.
Effect of an Mn-Porphyrin in Neuropathic Pain
In the Summer of 2014, Dr. Sheng was awarded $256,929 by the Department of Defense to the University of Alabama/Birmingham with a sub-award to Duke University/Dr. David Warner for his follow up DIG research entitled, "Treatment of Neuropathic Pain after SCI with a Catalytic Oxidoreductant."
Gender-based Differences in Genetic Expression after Acute Brain Injury in Mice
Functional Neuroimaging to Assess Cognitive Function after Cardiac Surgery
In August 2011, Dr. Mathew was awarded a two-year, $431,750 Exploratory/Developmental research grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute.
Role of SUMO2/3 Conjugation Pathway in Cerebral Ischemia/Stroke
Dr. Yang was awarded a fouryear, $308,000 NCRP Winter 2012 Scientist Development Grant from the American Heart Association.