Grants Awarded in 2015
Behavioral and Social Advisory Council
Catherine Anne Cluver, MBChB, FCOG, Stellenbosch University, “Does in utero alcohol exposure have an effect on the early neurocognitive and behaviour profiles of children at 4 years of age?” Approved for $50,000 for the second of two years.
Martin Plawecki, M.D., Indiana University, “Alcohol exposure rate control.” Approved for $75,000 for the second of two years.
Tomoko Udo, Ph.D., Yale University, “Is ghrelin associated with alcohol craving and self-administration in alcohol-use disorders.” Approved for $50,000 for the second of two years.
Kazue Hashimoto-Torii, Ph.D., Children’s Research Institute, “Heterogeneous activation of stress response signaling in the brain by fetal alcohol exposure.” Approved for $50,000 for the second of two years.
Brian N. Mathur, Ph.D., University of Maryland School of Medicine, “Ethanol modulation of nucleus accumbens inhibitory microcircuits.” Approved for $50,000 for the second of two years.
Zoe McElligott, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, “Role of amygdalar neurotensin neurons in alcohol drinking.” Approved for $50,000 for the second of two years.
James J. Prisciandaro, Ph.D., Medical University of South Carolina, “An investigation of disturbances in glutamatergic neurotransmission in frequent heavy episodic drinkers.” Approved for $50,000 for the second of two years.
Please refer to the links below for grants awarded in previous years:
ABMRF/The Foundation for Alcohol Research honors its grant recipients.
Foundation grantees are encouraged to publish the results of their investigations, without prior review or approval by the Foundation, further assuring quality and independence in science. Our recently updated Research Reference Guide documents Foundation success in fulfilling its mission since its founding in 1982.