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Previously Funded

Superfund Research Program

Previously Funded Individual Research Grants (R01) Programs

Arizona State University
Novel Approaches to Studying the in situ Bioremediation of Complex Mixtures
Project Leader: Rolf Ulrich Halden
Funding Period: 2006-2009

Arizona State University
In Situ Sampling Tool for Assessing Bioavailability and Toxicity of Sediments
Project Leaders: Rolf Ulrich Halden, Nancy D. Denslow (University of Florida)
Funding Period: 2011-2014

Bowling Green State University
In Vivo Characterization of Bacteria-mediated Extracellular Reduction of Chromium
Project Leader: H. Peter Lu
Funding Period: 2009-2011

Colorado School of Mines
Remediation Effectiveness for Mining Sites: Hysteresis and Metal Mixtures Effect
Project Leader: James F. Ranville
Funding Period: 2011-2014

Louisiana State University
Development of a Demonstrable Model of Dioxin Formation
Project Leader: Barry Dellinger
Funding Period: 2006-2009

Medical University of South Carolina
Integrating Microbial Biostimulation and Electrolytic Aeration to Degrade POPs
Project Leader: Harold D. May
Funding Period: 2008-2011

Michigan State University
Novel Mechanism of Uranium Reduction Via Microbial Nanowires
Project Leader: Gemma Reguera
Funding Period: 2009-2011

Missouri University of Science and Technology
In-situ Sediment Remediation Using Benthic Waterjet Amendment
Project Leader: Joel G. Burken
Funding Period: 2008-2011

New York University School of Medicine
Mechanisms of Resistance of Aquatic Vertebrate Populations to Mixtures
Project Leader: Isaac I. Wirgin
Funding Period: 2006-2009

Northeastern University
A Reactive Mat to Remediate Contaminated Sediments and Reduce Health Risks
Project Leader: Thomas C. Sheahan
Funding Period: 2008-2011

Purdue University
Chemical Mapping of Chromate Uptake, Localization, and Reduction in Remediating Bacteria
Project Leader: Joseph MK Irudayaraj
Funding Period: 2009-2011

Stanford University
Activated Carbon as a Multifunctional Amendment to Treat PCBs and Mercury
Project Leader: Richard G. Luthy
Funding Period: 2007-2011

Stony Brook University - SUNY
Sources, Fate, and Identification of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds in the Hudson
Project Leader: Bruce Brownawell
Funding Period: 2006-2009

University of Arizona
Nano-scale Mechanisms of Metal(loid) Rhizostabilization in Desert Mine Tailings
Project Leader: Jon Chorover
Funding Period: 2009-2011

University of California-Merced
Sequestration and Immobilization of Metal and Metalloid Contaminants in Sediments
Project Leader: Peggy A. O'Day
Funding Period: 2007-2010

University of California-Riverside
Development of Stable Isotope Based Methods to Predict Bioavailability of Hydrophobic Organic Contaminants in Sediments
Project Leader: Jay Gan
Funding Period: 2011-2014

University of Cincinnati
PAH Bioremediation and Monitoring in Biowalls
Project Leader: Paul L. Bishop
Funding Period: 2006-2009

University of Cincinnati
Bacterial Diversity as a Biomarker of Soil Health
Project Leader: Daniel B. Oerther
Funding Period: 2006-2009

University of Delaware
Toxicity and Mobilization of Metals and Metal Mixtures in Sediments
Project Leader: Dominic M. Di Toro
Funding Period: 2006-2009

University of Florida
Molecular Mechanisms of Endocrine Disruption in Largemouth Bass
Project Leader: Nancy D. Denslow
Funding Period: 2006-2009

University of Maryland-Baltimore County
Pilot-scale Research of Novel Amendment Delivery for in situ Sediment Remediation
Project Leader: Upal Ghosh
Funding Period: 2007-2010

University of Maryland-Baltimore County
Combining Bioavailability Assays with Modeling to Predict PCBs in Fish After Remediation
Project Leader: Upal Ghosh
Funding Period: 2011-2014

University of Texas-Austin
Funnel and Gate Innovations - Stabilization and Treatment of Contaminated Sediments
Project Leader: Danny D. Reible
Funding Period: 2007-2011

Virginia Institute of Marine Science
A Real-Time Antibody-Based Field Assay to Predict Containment Bioavailability in Sediments
Project Leaders: Michael Unger, Stephen Kaattari, Wolfgang K. Vogelbein
Funding Period: 2011-2014