Funding

RESEARCH FUNDING (Tamer Ibrahim)

Percentage efforts (for the 1st year) and total amounts are approximated. 

Listed Chronologically.

7T Imaging is performed using our developed RF hardware and methodology

Title

Description of Role

Sponsor

Overall Role

PI Role in School/College (if not the overall PI/PD)

Paid effort per Year

Allocated Funds to Ibrahim if not  the overall PI/PD (not listed if only Salary)

Total Amount of the Grant

Duration

High Performance Imaging for Assessment of Small Vessel Disease in Older Adults with Depression

Study late life depression through MRI and Histology

NIH R01

PI/PD

Paid effort per Year: 30%

$3,091,602

9/16-6/21

Neurovascular Determinants of Cognitive Function in Adults with Sickle Cell Disease

Development of 7T imaging program for studying Sickle Cell Disease

NIH R01

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 10%

50% FTE + 7T Imaging Time (Tic Tac Toe RF Coil System)

Approx. $3,750,000

4/16-3/21

Neurovascular Determinants of Cognitive Function in Adults with Sickle Cell Disease

Development of 7T imaging program for studying Sickle Cell Disease

American Society of Hematology Bridge Award

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

No Salary

7T Imaging Time (Tic Tc Toe RF Coil System) and Supplies.

Approx. $150,000

3/16-2/17

Reconstructive Transplantation for Devastating Upper Extremity Trauma

Develop a 7T hand/wrist feasibility imaging program

Translational and Clinical Research Grant, U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command / U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Via Wake forest University

PI in School of Engineering

No Salary

7T Imaging Time (Tic Tac Toe RF Coil System + Arm/hand RF Coil System)

$3,900,000 (Direct Cost)

3/8-9/15

Healthy Brain Initiative

Study brain aging utilizing 7T imaging

Aging Institute and Disabilities Resource Center

PI in School of Engineering

No Salary

7T Imaging Time (Tic Tac Toe RF Coil System)

N/A

4/15-12/16

ACISR for Late-Life Depression Prevention

Study major depressive disorder utilizing 7T imaging

NIH grant P30 MH090333 (ACISR)

PI in School of Engineering

No Salary

7T Imaging Time (Tic Tac Toe RF Coil System)

$8,268,684

7/11-4/17

Advancing the Detection of Human Disease at 7 Tesla MRI

Advancing RF technology of 7T imaging

F31

Sponsor & Principle PhD Advisor

No Salary

Approx. $86,252

12/14-11/16

Neuro inflammation in Schizophrenia: An Integrated PET and High-Field

Susceptibility

Development of 7T imaging of  Schizophrenia

NIH R21

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 2%

7T Imaging Time (Tic Tac Toe RF Coil System)

$373,604

9/14-6/17

Subject-Insensitive and SNR Enhancing RF Arrays for High Field MRI

Develop RF Arrays for 7 tesla Human MRI

NIH R01

PI

Paid effort per Year: 30%

$1,275,948

9/09-6/15

7T MR SPECTROSCOPIC IMAGING FOR HUMAN EPILEPSY

Consultation for RF Hardware

NIH R01

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 8.33%

(Role ended in 9/2014)

$2,039,447

6/11-2/16

MULTIPLEXED MULTIBAND MR AT 7T: STUDIES OF MILD TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

Consultation for RF Hardware

NIH R01

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 8.33%

(Role ended in 1/2015)

$1,955,997

9/12-7/16

Imaging of Alzheimer Disease Patients at 7T

Study of AD at 7T

Siemens Medical Solutions

PI

Paid effort per Year: 8.33%

$100,000

9/13-10/14

A Distributed Wireless Neural Interface System

Develop wireless brain machine interface for animal studies

NIH R01

MPI

PI at University of Pittsburgh

Paid effort per Year: 12%

Approx. 28% of budget is dedicated to Univ. of Pittsburgh

$975,987

5/09-4/13

Development of new B0 mapping and shimming methods for ultra-high field applications

Assistance with Coil Development and Testing

Siemens Medical Solutions

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 8.33%

$100,000

9/13-10/14

Ankle block in the rat with

electromagnetically responsive magnetic nanoparticle/ropivacaine complexes

Development of Electromagnet for magnetic nano particles

Dep. of Anesthesiology  Univ. of Pittsburgh (Local)

Co-I

Co-I in School of Engineering

No Salary

50% Fund Allocation

$15,000

9/13-6/14

Ultrahigh Field MRI Guided Drug Delivery for Neurodegenerative Diseases

Targeting magnetic nano particles with 7T MRI

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine

Co-I

Co-I in School of Engineering

No Salary

50% Fund Allocation.

$44,000

12/13-9/14

IDENTIFYING CT IMAGING BIOMARKERS ASSOCIATED WITH PROGNOSIS OF PULMONARY EMBOLISM

Development of 7T Breast arrays

NIH R01

Principle PhD Advisor

PI in School of Engineering

No Salary

100% FTE Graduate Student Researcher.

Total: Approx. $134,000

$3,628,406

9/2008-7/14

Ultra-fast whole head imaging

Develop a multi-channel 3T head array

Neuro Imaging Center Univ. of Pittsburgh (Local)

PI

$17,000

5/12-6/13

Multimodal Neuroimaging Training Program

Development of resting state 7T fMRI

NIH R90

Principle PhD Advisor

PI in School of Engineering

80% FTE Graduate Student Researcher.

Total: Approx. $33,000

$135,522

8/12-8/13

P31 Spectroscopic Imaging

Develop a multi-channel 3T dual-tuned H1/P31 array

Dep. of Medicine Univ. of Pittsburgh (Local)

PI

$15,000

9/12-9/13

Pro-Neurotherapeutic Strategies for Enhanced Nerve Regeneration and Functional Recovery Following Primary Nerve Repair and CTA

Develop a 7T multi-channel array for hand/wrist imaging

Pittsburgh Tissue Engineering Initiative | Research grant, U.S. Army Medical Research Material Command: Advanced Regenerative Medicine III

PI in School of Engineering

No Salary

Coil Development.

Total: Approx. $99,500

$500,000

(Direct Cost)

10/10-9/13

Effects of Coil Loading

Study the Effects of Human Head on 7T MRI

Siemens Medical Solutions

PI

Paid effort per Year: 10%

$125,000

9/11-8/12

SAR Modeling

Modeling SAR in the Human Head

Siemens Medical Solutions

PI

Paid effort per Year: 10%

$125,000

9/10-8/11

UHF Microscopic In-Vivo/In-Vitro MR Imaging of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer Disease

Design of 7T transmit Arrays for imaging AD patients at 7 tesla

Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center Grants (NIH Program Grant)

PI

Paid effort per Year: 5%

$43,000

4/09-3/11

Study of energy and aging

Develop multi-tuned RF 3 tesla human Calf array

NIH RC2 (Subcontract from CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MED CENTER RESEARCH INSTITUTE)

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 1%

Approx. 20% FTE.

Total including salary = $25,000

$855,594

9/9-8/11

Quantitative Biomarker Imaging for  Early Therapy Response Assessment in Cancer

Consultation on RF coils used for 7 tesla imaging of  Biomarkers for Cancer

NIH UO1

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 5%

(Role ended in 2012)

$2,082,065

9/09-7/14

Brain Ion Homeostasis, Lithium and Bipolar Disorder

Develop multi-tuned RF 7 tesla human arrays

NIH R01

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 10%

(Role ended in 2012)

$ 2,186,949

9/10-3/15

Fast Ultra-Short TE (UTE) Sodium MRI (II)

Develope 7 tesla ultra-short TE pulse sequences for Sodium

Siemens Medical Solutions

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 10%

$125,000

9/11-8/12

Imaging Biomarkers for Parkinson’s Disease using 7 Tesla MRI

Hardware Consultation for 7T imaging of Parkinson’s Disease

NIH R21

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 5%

(Role ended in 2011)

$445,230

7/09-6/12

Ischemic Edge dynamics in ischemic stroke: potassium & blood-brain barrier

Development of RF arrays for rat stroke studies

NIH R21 (Subcontract from Allegheny General Hospital)

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 2%

$415,950

6/9-5/12

Fast Ultra-Short TE (UTE) Sodium MRI (I)

Develope 7 tesla ultra-short TE pulse sequences for Sodium

Siemens Medical Solutions

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 10%

$125,000

9/10-8/11

Brain K+ Dynamics, BBB Breakdown & Hemorrhagic Transformation in Ischemic Stroke

Development of triple tuned Rb/Na23/1H coils for stroke studies in rats

NIH R01 (Subcontract from Allegheny General Hospital)

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 10%

$1,337,637

7/06-12/10

Wireless Sensor Packaging for Monitoring of Highway Bridges

Develop packaged wireless sensors for Highway Bridges

State of Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology

Co-PI

Fixed Salary Payment per year

33% Credit (Univ. of Oklahoma)

$600,000 ($300,000 from Commercial Enterprises)

9/07-8/11

Promoting Versatility in Doctoral Bioengineering Education

Develop a graduate program for recruiting underrepresented minorities into Bioengineering education

U.S. Department of Education

GAANN Program

Co-PI

No Salary

(Role ended in 2008)

20% Credit (Univ. of Oklahoma)

$976,892 ($511,524 from U.S. Department of Education)

8/07-8/10

MULTIPARAMETRIC MRI CHARACTERIZATION OF BREAST TISSUE

Designing & building RF transmit arrays for imaging Human breast at 7 tesla

NIH R01 (Subcontract from Johns Hopkins University)

Co-I

PI at University of Pittsburgh

Paid effort per Year: 12%

Total including salary = $50,000

$1,419,476

5/06-7/11

Enhanced Clinical Diagnosis of Early Osteoarthritis

Develop RF transmit arrays for imaging human knees at 7 tesla

Supplement to NIH R01

Co-I

PI in School of Engineering

Paid effort per Year: 10%

$151,500

12/08-12/09

Investigating Wireless Communications within MRI Environment

Investigating wireless communications within MRI environment

MedRad Cooperation

PI

Paid effort per Year: 5%

$10,000

11/07-12/08

Software Based Image Processing for Radome Characterization

Develop a software-based image processing tool for radome characterization

Center for Aircraft and Systems Support Infrastructure (DOD/Air Force)

PI

Paid effort per Year: 18%

Approx: $186,000

6/05-6/06

Dielectric Measurement Tool for Radome Checkout

Develop a two-horn electrical testing system for B52 Radomes

DOD/Air Force SBIR, AF06-327, 2006-2007.  X-band radar

Co-PI

No Salary

50% Credit (Univ. of Oklahoma)

Total: $100,000 (Academic: $30,000)

8/06-8/07

Micro-Neural Interface

Develop a wireless brain machine interface

State of Oklahoma Center for the Advancement of Science and Technology

Co-PI

No Salary

25% Credit (Univ. of Oklahoma)

$135,000

6/05-6/08

A Demonstration of Low-Cost Reliable Wireless Sensor for Health Monitoring of a Precast Prestressed Concrete Bridge Gird

Develop a wireless Sensor Network for Smart Highway Systems

Oklahoma Transportation Center

Co-PI

No Salary

33% Credit (Univ. of Oklahoma)

$95,000

6/06-11/07

Super Computer for Biomedical Research

A computer cluster for biomedical applications

AMD Cooperation

PI

$10,000

8/04-8/04

Electrocardio-physiology Modeling

Develop a computational model of a cardiac cell

Oklahoma University Health and Science Center

PI

$2,000

1/04-5/04

D chips for Brain Machine Interface

Brain machine interface wireless development

Hitachi Cooperation

Co-PI

$6,000

5/04-5/04

Micro-Neural Interface Design

Develop a micro-neural interface system

OU Research Council

Co-PI

$9,500

1/04-12/04