Michelle T. Foster - US grants

Affiliations: 
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 

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According to our matching algorithm, Michelle T. Foster is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
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2010 — 2013 Foster, Michelle T
K01Activity Code Description:
For support of a scientist, committed to research, in need of both advanced research training and additional experience.

The Role of Visceral Fatty Acids in Relation to Insulin Resistance

@ University of Cincinnati

1
2014 — 2015 Foster, Michelle T
R03Activity Code Description:
To provide research support specifically limited in time and amount for studies in categorical program areas. Small grants provide flexibility for initiating studies which are generally for preliminary short-term projects and are non-renewable.

Metabolic Benefits of Peripheral Fat Accumulation

@ Colorado State University

0.939
2019 Foster, Michelle T.
Macoska, Jill A.
U54Activity Code Description:
To support any part of the full range of research and development from very basic to clinical; may involve ancillary supportive activities such as protracted patient care necessary to the primary research or R&D effort. The spectrum of activities comprises a multidisciplinary attack on a specific disease entity or biomedical problem area. These differ from program project in that they are usually developed in response to an announcement of the programmatic needs of an Institute or Division and subsequently receive continuous attention from its staff. Centers may also serve as regional or national resources for special research purposes, with funding component staff helping to identify appropriate priority needs.

Development of Biodegradable Liquid Metal Nanocarriers

@ University of Massachusetts Boston

0.955