CURRENT FUNDING (RESEARCH):
- 2019-2025: NIH funding
- PI on NIH NIGMS R15 (AREA) grant #R15 GM132803-02 for $423,687 for 2022-2025 to Papish and co-I Kim for a project titled: “Optimizing Protic Ruthenium Anticancer Compounds for Singlet Oxygen Production and Enhanced Photocytotoxicity”.
- PI on NIH NIGMS R15 (AREA) grant #RGM132803A for $420,357 (2019-2023) to Papish and co-I Kim for a project titled: “Singlet oxygen formation vs. photodissociation for protic ruthenium anticancer compounds: The oxygenated substituent determines the mode of action and the cytotoxicity”.
- 2018-2024: NSF Funding
- 2021-2024: PI on NSF CHE Catalysis Collaborative project, with co-PIs Jared H. Delcamp (Univ. of Miss) and C. Edwin Webster (Miss. St. Univ.), for $712,000 (UA portion = $356,334, CHE 2102416) for a project titled “CAS: Collaborative Research: Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Pincer Catalysts Using Ruthenium and First Row Metals for Carbon Dioxide Reduction”.
- 2018-2022: PI on NSF CHE Catalysis Collaborative project, with co-PIs Jared H. Delcamp (Univ. of Miss) and C. Edwin Webster (Miss. St. Univ.), for $624,028 (UA portion = $357,919) for a project titled “Collaborative Research: Atomistic Switches on Pyridinol Based Pincer Ligated Catalysts for Carbon Dioxide Reduction”.
- 2018-2021: PI on NSF MRI for $339,587 (total cost = $485,125 with UA cost share) with co-PIs Allred, Dunkle, Rupar, and Shaughnessy for a project titled: “MRI: Acquisition of a Single Crystal X-Ray Diffractometer for Structure Determination and Diffuse Scattering on Small Molecules, Macromolecules, and Materials”.
- 2019-2022: co-PI on NSF MRI for $532,871 (total cost = $764,244 with UA cost share) with PI Rupar and co-PIs Bara, Bonizzoni, and Ciesla for a project titled: “MRI: Acquisition of a Cryoprobe Equipped Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer for Studying Macromolecules, Bioactive Isolates, and Dynamic Processes”.
- 2015-2020 Seed Grants from the University of Mississippi. “Feeding and Powering the World” via NSF EPSCOR Track II: http://laser.chem.olemiss.edu/~EPSCoR/
- NSF CAREER award 2009-2015 for “New Water-Soluble Ligands and Transition Metal Complexes for Enzyme Modeling and Catalysis”
- ACS Petroleum Research Fund (type AC) in 2008-2011 for “Novel Water-Soluble N-Heterocyclic Carbene Chelates for Transition Metal Catalysts.”
And thanks to University of Alabama, Drexel University and ACS PRF for past funding!