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WASHINGTON (CyHAN)- NASA Commentator Lori Meggs at the Marshall Space Flight Center speaks with Jojo Sayson, a co-investigator for the Intervertebral Disc Damage study, about research underway to understand the causes of back pain suffered by crew members while working in weightlessness on the International Space Station.
Maryland, Don Gurnett, co-investigator on the Mars Advanced Radar for Subsurface and Ionosphere Sounding instrument on Mars Express, University of Iowa, Iowa City, Alan Delamere, co-investigator for MRO s HiRISE instrument, Delamere Support Services, Boulder, Colorado.
The panel awarded $50,000 to the principal investigator, Scott Sullivan, MD, MSCR and co-investigator, Roger Newman, MD from the Medical University of South Carolina, along with co-investigator, Cody Reynolds, PhD with Clemson University Department of Bioengineering for their innovative work in the development of drug-eluting pessaries for the treatment of preterm birth.
Gail Eckhardt has been the principal investigator on over 40 Phase I/II trials and co-investigator on a further 50 experimental drug trials.
A National Medal of Science winner, Stone has been a principal investigator on nine NASA spacecraft missions and a co-investigator on five other NASA missions.
Co-investigators include Maria Rodriguez-Barradas, MD, Chris Lahart, MD, and Shannon Schrader, MD.
SAN ANTONIO -- Southwest Research Institute has been awarded a four-year, $700,000 contract as a co-investigator under a U19 cooperative agreement grant through the National Institutes of Health to formulate siRNA microbiocides for targeted drug delivery to prevent HIV, as well as HSV and HPV.
Charis Eng, MD, PhD, Principal Investigator, and Thomas Frazier, PhD, co-investigator, Cleveland Clinic)