Congratulations to the first round of CBHI Scholars!
The following groups of investigators were awarded CBHI pilot funding as well as institutional matching funds from their parent institutions. Congratulate our first round of CBHI Scholars.
In vivo chronic recording of axonal activity patterns following traumatic brain injury in mice
|Andrew A. Pieper MD PhD||CWRU, UH and VA Psychiatry|
|Hod Dana PhD||CCF Neurosciences|
Using automated speech analysis to predict cognitive decline and future Alzheimer’s Disease
|John Gunstad PhD||KSU Psychological Sciences|
|Lindsay Miller Scott PhD||UH Neurology|
|Rachel Ostrand PhD||IBM Research|
Investigation of metabolic defects in ALS8 (VAPB-P56S mutation) using stem cell and Drosophila models
|Helen Miranda PhD||CWRU Genetics|
|Heather Broihier PhD||CWRU Neurosciences|
Developing potential therapeutic antibody constructs against rapidly progressive Alzheimer’s disease
|Brain Appleby MD||UH Prion Center|
|Gurkan Bebek PhD||CWRU Proteomics Center|
|James Leverenz MD||CCF Neurology|
|Masaru Miyagi PhD||CWRU Pharmacology|
|Jagan Pillai MD PhD||CCF Neurology|
|Xionglong Wang PhD||CWRU Pathology|
Effects of subthalamic nucleus deep brain stimulation on ocular motor control: unraveling the neural correlates of eye movement abnormalities in Parkinson's disease*
|Fatema Ghasia MD||CCF Cole Eye|
|Dawn Taylor PhD||CCF Neurosciences|
*Funding for this project was provided to CBHI by InMotion, a community-based organization in Cleveland that provides evidence-based wellness programs to over 1,200 people with Parkinson’s disease. InMotion has designated a portion of the proceeds from its annual Pals in Motion race for PD-focused research projects.