Funding Sources

Active Support:

  1. PI, Winship Invest$ Award, Melanoma Innovation Fund at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, Development of a novel discovery platform for melanoma therapeutics, Pilot grant, $50,000, 2016-2017
  2. PI, National Institutes of Health, National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NIH/NCCAM), Mechanistic Studies on Staphylococcal Quorum Quenching Natural Products, R01, $1,829,000, 2012-2017
  3. PI, Anonymous donor, Revitalization of the Emory University Herbarium, $250,000, 2014-2017

Previous Support

  1. PI, Emory College International Scholars Program, $2,951, 2000
  2. PI, The Foundation for Science and Disability, Field research grant, $1,000, 2001
  3. PI, The National Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation, Field research grant, $1,800, 2001
  4. Trainee, NIH/NCCAM Institutional Pre-doctoral National Research Service Award (NRSA), Training in Alternative Tropical Botanical Medicine, T32, $72,000, 2003-2006
  5. PI, USDA CSREES Agroecology Field Research Grant, Agroecology of South Italian medicinal plants, $2,000, 2006
  6. PI, Botany in Action, A Research Program of Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Ethnopharmacology of traditional medicines for the skin, $9,000, 2006-2008
  7. PI, Anne S. Chatham Fellowship in Medicinal Botany, The Garden Club of America, Anti-pathogenic Activity of Natural Products from Italian Medicinal Plants against MRSA, $4,000, 2007
  8. Trainee, NIH/NIGMS RISE Biomedical Research Initiative, R25, $23,600, 2007
  9. PI, NIH/NCCAM, Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for Predoctoral Training in Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Anti-pathogenic activity of natural products from plants against MRSA, F31, $67,799, 2007-2008
  10. PI, NIH/NCCAM, Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award for Postdoctoral Training in Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Anti-biofilm activity of white horehound extract in catheter-associated infection, F32, $160,776, 2009-2011
  11. PI, Arkansas Science & Technology Authority, Technology Transfer Assistance Program, $3,750, 2010
  12. PI, Emory University, Faculty Development & Excellence Award, $150, 2011
  13. PI, Georgia Research Alliance, Anti-infectives for Companion Animals, Phase IA, $25,000, 2012-2013
  14. PI, Georgia Research Alliance, Anti-infectives for Companion Animals, Phase IB, $25,000, 2013-2014
  15. PI, Bionorica, Botanical natural product inhibitors of acne biofilms, $68,500, 2014-2015
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