University-Funded Scholarship Grant Awards Announced for Fall 2014 Competition

Congratulations to the following faculty who have been awarded funding through the University-Funded Scholarship Program for the Fall 2014 competition.  

Gao, Pei (Chemistry).  Towards highly sensitive protein-based diagnostics through immobilized nano-patterned protein.

Maples, James (Anthropology, Social Work, and Sociology).  The Economic and Environmental Impact of the Red River Gorge's Rock Climbing Community for Estill, Lee, and Powell Counties, KY.

Ndinguri, Margaret (Chemistry).  Tumor targeting using LHRH motif. Synthesis, characterization and in vitro/in vivo testing of Pt-LHRH and Re/Tc-LHRH.  

Reed, Tanea (Chemistry).  Reduction in brain damage using a combinatorial therapy of lipid peroxidation scavenger and a glutathione derivative in traumat

Rosille, Paul (Environmental Health Sciences).  Surveillance and Identification of Mosquito Vectors and Their Arboviruses in Madison County, Kentucky.  

Sharp, Ryan (Recreation and Park Administration).  Implications of "Last Chance Tourism" and America's Coastal Protected Areas: Towards an Understanding of Visitor Perception.  

Published on November 25, 2014

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