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Behavioral Neuroscience Active Grants (10/8/2019)

Amy Griffin

1R21MH117687 A. Griffin (PI) 02/15/2019 – 11/30/2020 NIH/NIMH Using hippocampal-prefrontal theta synchrony to enhance spatial working memory

1R01AA027269-01A1 A. Griffin (Co-PI) 09/01/2019-08/31/2024 NIH/NIAAA Hippocampal-thalamo-prefrontal circuitry damage and therapeutic intervention in a model of FASD

Anna Klintsova

1 R21 AA026613-01A1 A. Klintsova (PI) 09/28/2018 – 08/31/2020 NIH/NIAAA Hippocampal-thalamo-prefrontal circuitry damage in an animal model of FASD

1R01AA027269-01A1 A. Klintsova (PI) 09/01/2019-08/31/2024 NIH/NIAAA Hippocampal-thalamo-prefrontal circuitry damage and therapeutic intervention in a model of FASD

Dayan Knox

1P20GM103653-01A1 M. Harrington (PI)    06/01/2014-5/30/2016 NIH/NIGMS COBRE: The Delaware Center for Neuroscience Research The roles of glucocorticoid receptors and phosphoinositol-3 kinase signaling in mediating extinction memory deficits in the SPS model. Role: Target Investigator

Joshua Neunuebel

1P20GM103653-01A1 M. Harrington (PI) 09/01/2019-08/31/2021 NIH/NIGMS COBRE: The Delaware Center for Neuroscience Research The Neural Basis of Social Communication.  Role: Josh Neunuebel, Target Investigator

Tania Roth

1R01HD087509-01 T. Roth (PI) 9/22/2016-8/31/2021Aberrant DNA methylation and parenting behavior associated with caregiver maltreatment NIH/National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

NSF1748986 T. Roth (Co-PI) 5/15/2018-4/30/2021 Epigenetic influences supporting developmental change in spinal cord plasticity and motor behavior National Science Foundation, Developmental Sciences Program

Jaclyn Schwarz

R01MH106553 Schwarz (PI) 05/15/16 – 02/28/21 "Impact of Neonatal Infection on the Development of Hippocampal-Dependent Learning" National Institute of Mental Health

R13AG056135  Schwarz (PI) 05/12/17 – 04/30/20 "Organization for the Study of Sex Differences Annual Meeting" National Institute of Aging / ORWH / NIH Director

R21HD096309 Schwarz (PI) 08/15/19 – 07/31/21 "Long-term impact of prenatal ZIKV infection on neurogenesis" National Institute of Child Health and Development

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