ODU Office of Research

Funding Organization

Awards Grant

  • 3D facial expression and visual stimuli analysis for Autism Spectrum Disorders, Multidisciplinary Seed Funding
  • Collaborative Research: Development of Super-Resolution and Real-time Optical Nanoscopy for Biomedical Research
  • Development of novel real-time PCR based assay for tracking chromosome segregation in asymmetric cell divisions
  • Establishment of Environmental Public Health Tracking System in Virginia
  • Health iManage (HiM): Incentivized Type 2 Diabetes Management Using I-Phone Technology
  • High-Performance Particle Collider Simulations on Parallel Computing Platforms
  • Identifying and Archiving Culturally Important Conversations in the Social Web
  • Mapping neighborhood community vulnerability and medically fragile populations in Hampton Roads: Assisting localities to plan for and protect our citizens in the event of natural disasters
  • Microfluidics-Immunology Project
  • Modeling and testing complex of chromatin-associated proteins in cancer celld
  • Movement research facility
  • Multidisciplinary Award/ Effect of low temperature cold atmosphere plasma on oral biofilm
  • Novel nano-porous electroosmotic micropump: Basic technology development and its lab-on-a-chip applications
  • Novel nano-porous electroosmotic micropump: Basic technology development and its lab-on-a-chip applications
  • Particle Detection Technology
  • Port Recoverability from Security Disruptions, Summer Experience Enhancing Collaborative Research Program
  • Port Recoverability from Security Disruptions, Summer Experience Enhancing Collaborative Research Program
  • Quantifying cancer-causing human papilloma virus strains in Hampton Roads Women
  • The disparate impacts of SLR on Hampton Roads’ underserved populations residing in the Chesapeake Bay’s coastal zone: A multidisciplinary approach to understanding the impact of various remediation policy options to address contaminated environments
  • Tracking Pre-Service Special Education Teachers’ Field Experience and Learned Tacit Knowledge