John Pearson - US grants

Affiliations: 
Duke University, Durham, NC 
Area:
Computational neuroscience

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High-probability grants

According to our matching algorithm, John Pearson is the likely recipient of the following grants.
Years Recipients Code Title / Keywords Matching
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2014 — 2015 Pearson, John
R21Activity Code Description:
To encourage the development of new research activities in categorical program areas. (Support generally is restricted in level of support and in time.)

Mechanisms of Parkinsonian Impulsivity in Human Subthalamic Nucleus

@ Duke University

1
2014 — 2018 Pearson, John
K01Activity Code Description:
For support of a scientist, committed to research, in need of both advanced research training and additional experience.

Nonparametric Bayes Methods For Big Data in Neuroscience

@ Duke University

1
2020 Naumann, Eva Aimable
Pearson, John
R34Activity Code Description:
To provide support for the initial development of a clinical trial or research project, including the establishment of the research team; the development of tools for data management and oversight of the research; the development of a trial design or experimental research designs and other essential elements of the study or project, such as the protocol, recruitment strategies, procedure manuals and collection of feasibility data.

Real-Time, All-Optical Interrogation of Neural Microcircuitry in the Pretectum

@ Duke University

1