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Funding Sources


We gratefully acknowledge funding and support from the following sources


Ongoing Research Support

 
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R01 HL144775: Mechanisms of sex differences in neonatal pulmonary oxygen toxicity

R01 HL145147: Mechanical control of cell proliferation and branching morphogenesis in the embryonic lung

R01 HL133163: Pressure in lung development and congenital diaphragmatic hernia

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OIA 1736030: RII Track-2 FEC: G2P in VOM: An experimental and analytical framework for genome to phenome connections in viruses of microbes

 
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University of Delaware Research Foundation Grant
Development inspired design: directed self-assembly of vascular tissues

 
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R21 ES027962: Arsenic-mediated fibrosis and developmental dysregulation in the fetal lung

 

Completed Research Support

 

CMMI/BMMB 1537256: Mechanical and genetic regulation of multiscale smooth muscle contractions that drive airway morphogenesis

 

Burroughs Welcome Fund CRTG 1017521: Delineating the role of transmural pressure in lung development

 

Basil O’Connor Starter Scholar Award (5-FY16-33):
Lumenal fluid movements regulate airway branching morphogenesis

 

University of Delaware Research Foundation Grant 15A00870: Development of a microfluidic platform for the investigation of kidney branching morphogenesis

 
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Delaware Center for Translational Research ACCEL U54 GM104941: Development of biomimetic in vitro models of desmoplastic pancreatic cancer

Delaware Center for Translational Research Accel Shovel-Ready Grant

Molecular Design of Advanced Biomaterials COBRE P30 GM110759: Perfusion driven angiogenesis in a microfluidic biomaterial

 

Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award (ORAU 15A00817): A novel smooth muscle phenotype in the developing embryonic airways