The following list includes recent grants of all types (research, training, research education, instrumentation, program project).
Benson M.D. (PI), Dechow P.C. (Collaborator). Role of ephrins in osteoblast differentiation. NIH/NIDCR 1 R03 DE020119-01; 2010-2013, $219,750.
Benson M.D. (PI). Ephrin inhibition of regeneration after spinal cord injury. Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation; 2011-2013; $150,000.
Dechow P.C. (PI). Integrative analysis of hominid feeding biomechanics. NSF 0523159; 2007-2014, $218,752.
Dechow P.C .(Co-I) Evaluation of the mandible bone phenotype of gene-altered animals and/or the effects of novel bone active compounds in animal models; Amgen; 2009-2014; $67,500.
Dechow P. (PI), Berry C. (Co-PI), D'Souza R. (Collaborator), Bellinger L. (Collaborator); Schneiderman E (Program Faculty). CUSPID: Baylor's oral health research education grant. NIH/NIDCR 1 R25 DE018883; 2008-2014; $640,000.
Dechow P.C. (Executive Committee Member; BCD representative). North and Central Texas clinical and translational science initiative; NIH/NIDCR U54 RR023468; 2007-2013; $34,000,000.
D'Souza R.N. (PI), Mues G. (Co-I). Signaling mechanisms in early tooth development. NIH/NIDCR R01 DE019471; 2008-2013, $362,874.
D'Souza R.N. (PI), Mues G. (Co-I). Signaling mechanisms in early tooth development. NIH/NIDCR 3 R01 DE01947101S3 (ARRA Administrative Collaborative Supplement); 2009-2013 $269,949.
Dechow, P.C. (Co-I), Bellinger L. (Co-I). Baylor's program for bioengineering sciences and translational research (B-BEST). NIH/NIDCR 1 P30 DE020742-01 (Recovery Act Limited Competitition Supporting New Faculty Recruitment); 2009-2013, $1,400,000.
Feng J. (PI). Effects of mechanical strain on osteocyte function. NIH/NIAMS P01 AR046798; 2006-2012, $110,000 (annual direct).
Feng J. (PI); Qin C. (Co-PI). DMP1 mutations: Defects in odontogenesis. NIH/NIDCR R01 DE015209; 2008-2014, $1,162,500 (annual direct).
Feng J. A preclinical study proposal: Effects of Sci-Ab on rodent periodontal disease model - DMP1 null mice. Amgen Inc.; 2012-2013, $112,700.
Groppe J. Mechanisms of BMP receptor kinase dysregulation in skeletal dysplasias. NIH/NIAMS 1 R03 AR056838-01; 2008-2012, $219,750 (2012, No-cost extension; $25,000).
Groppe J. Structural basis of ACVR1 dysregulation in fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva. The Center for Research in FOP and Related Disorders. UPenn School of Medicine; 2006-2012, $100,000.
Honeyman A. Analysis of carbohydrate transport specificity in S. mutans. NIH/NIDCR Pathogen Functional Genomics Resource Center Award. Ongoing; materials only.
Honeyman A. Identification of P. gingivalis virulence factors. NIH/NIDCR Pathogen Functional Genomics Resource Center Award. Ongoing; materials only.
Honeyman A. In vitro analysis of Socklt on an Enterococcus faecalis biofilm. McMerlin Dental. Ongoing.
Kramer P.R. (PI). Estrogen and TMJ pain. NIH/NIDCR R01 DE022129; 2012-2016; $1,000,000.
Kramer P.R. Quick-set endodontic materials, phase II SBIR; 2013-2015; $260,000.
Liu X. (PI). BMP receptor 1A (Bmpr1a) null osteoblast cells accelerate bone/tooth repair. NIH P30 pilot project.
Liu X. (PI). Development of biomimetic three-dimensional scaffolds for regulating cell behavior and fate. Texas A&M-Weizmann Institute of Science; 2012-2014; $200,000.
Lu Y. (PI). Studies of the roles of Twist1 and E12 in tooth morphogenesis. NIH/NIDCR R03 DE021773-01; 2011-2013; $150,000.
Lu Y. (PI). Identification and function of nuDMP in odontoblast differentiation. NIH/NIDCR 1 R01 DE023365-01; 2013-2017; $1,314,000.
Mues G. EDA pathway mutations in non-syndromic tooth agenesis. NIH/NIDCR R03 DE0196554-01A2; 2010-2013. $146,500.
Opperman L. Use of natural dental implants as a minimally invasive approach to replacing teeth. Natural Dental Implants, Inc. 2011-2012; $76,931.
Opperman L. Use of natural dental implants as a minimally invasive approach to replacing teeth, Phase II. Natural Dental Implants, Inc.; 2012-2014; $77,792.
Opperman L. (PI, subcontract), Kramer P. (Co-I), Schneiderman E. (Co-I), Woodmansey K (Co-I). Quick-set endodontic material. NIH/NIDCR R44 DE020204-01; 2012-2014; $214,793.
Opperman L. Instrument system and technique for minimally invasive periodontal surgery. NIH/NIDCR R44 DE017829-02A1. 2010-2012 (Consultant).
Opperman L. (Co-I). Oral health status of independent elder residents in assisted living facility in Dallas, TX - Pilot Study. Delta Dental; 2012-2013; $47,057.
Qin C. The roles of FAM20C (DMP4) in odontogenesis and osteogenesis. NIH/NIDCR 1 R01 DE022549-01A1:1-5; 2012-2017; $1,250,000.
Qin C. (PI), Feng J. (Co-PI). Studies of the roles of DMP1 and DSPP in osteogenesis and dentinogenesis. NIH/NIDCR R01 DE005092; 2009-2014; $873,000.
Ruest L.B. Endothelin-A receptor function in cardiovascular development. American Heart Association 11BGIA5670010; 2011-2013; $140,000.
Schneiderman E. (Co-I). Quick set endodontic materials. NIH/NIDCR SBIR 23-461631; 2012-2014; $515,274.
Schneiderman E (Collaborator). Silicon, a new anti-oxidant role in bone healing. Nih NIDCR R03; 2014-2015; $157,726.
Schneiderman E (Data analysis). Oral health status of independent elders residents in assisted living facilities in Dallas, TX. Delta Dental; 2012-2013, $48,105.
Spears R. (Co-I); Schneiderman E (Program Faculty). Bridge to dentistry: Awareness to practicing/teaching/research. HRSA D34 HP24458, 2012-2017; $2,500,000.
Spears R. (Co-I). Bridge to dentistry: Health careers opportunity program grant. HRSA, 2009-2012; $2,000,000.
Svoboda K.K. (PI), Dechow P. (Co-director), Adams P. (Co-director). B-STARS: Baylor's comprehensive research training program for dentist-scientists. 1 T32 DE018380-01A1; 2008-2014; $3,500,000.
Svoboda K. Antioxidant effects on gingival fibroblast survival and wound healing. Periosciences; 2010-2012; $60,000.
Svoboda K., Liu X. Visualizing cell scaffold interactions in real time. Pilot project, NIH/NIDCR 5 P30 DE020742; Baylor's program for bioengineering sciences and translational research. 2009-2013; $1,400,000.
Svoboda K., Varanasi V. Combinatorial strategies for improved bioactive glass design and enhanced bone healing. Pilot project, NIH/NIDCR 5 P30 DE020742; Baylor's program for bioengineering sciences and translational research. 2009-2013; $1,400,000.
Varanasi V. (PI). Research development and enhancement program award; $25,000.
Varanasi V. (PI). NIH P30 grant start-up funds (Baylor's program for bioengineering sciences and translational research (B-BEST). 2011-present; $200,000.