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NSF & NIH research on the Mammal Collection

The U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and National Institutes of Health (NIH) fund research in a wide range of disciplines that rely heavily on museum specimens. Since 2005, over 25 projects funded by NSF or NIH have used specimens from UAMN's Mammal Collection alone, to the tune of $13,462,127 invested in specimen-based research. Read more about these projects by clicking on the grant numbers.


NSF ANT-9420818. Possible linkages between ecosystem measures and the demographics of a Weddell seal population ($220,376)

NSF ANT-9725820. Use of a long-term data base and molecular genetic techniques to examine the behavioral ecology and dynamics of Weddell seal (Leptonychotes weddellii) population ($510,005)

NSF ARC-0326584. Investigating complex human-ecological relationships over multidimensional scales: the Sanak Islands Project ($388,082)

NSF ARC-0508101. BE/CNH: Complex ecosystem interactions over multiple spatial and temporal scales: the biocomplexity of Sanak Island ($1,379,854)

NSF ARC-0714232, 0714212. Collaborative Research: RUI: The impacts of arctic and alpine refugia on genetic divergence in tundra flora ($627,097)

NSF ARC-0755725. Human response to climate change at Cape Espenberg AD 800-1400 ($991,956)

NSF DBI-1523869. Investigating the genetic and morphological outcomes of the colonization of new environments ($138,000)

NSF DEB-0196095. The Beringian Coevolution Project: Mammals and associated macro- and microparasites ($260,900)

NSF DEB-0309377. DISSERTATION RESEARCH: Molecular and morphological perspectives on the dynamics of a post-glacial contact zone  ($11,018)

NSF DEB-0415668. Beringian Coevolution Project II ($542,690)

NSF DEB-0542530542725. COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: Systematics, biogeography, and ecogeographic variation in treeshrews (Mammalia, Scandentia) ($351,447)

NSF DEB-0614107. Molecular and functional basis of agouti camouflage in Peromyscus populations ($308,000)

NSF DEB-0614585. COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: A complete species level phylogeny of the Carnivora ($374,992)

NSF DEB-0808619. DISSERTATION RESEARCH: Thrice through Beringia? Unraveling the evolution of North American pikas ($9,314)

NSF DEB-1020861020890, 1411403. COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: A novel phylogenetic approach to the analysis of bat phylogenetics and morphological evolution ($351,447)

NSF DEB-1115895. The effect of sociality on transmission and spread of a multi-host pathogen ($1,999,999)

NSF DEB-1404521. DISSERTATION RESEARCH: The impact of ecological traits on the immunogenetic evolution of bats ($20,822)

NSF DEB-1441634. COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH: VertLife Terrestrial: A complete, global assembly of phylogenetic, trait, spatial and environment characteristics for a model clade ($364,238)

NSF DEB-1457523. Cityscape genomics of Rats in New York City ($640,511)

NSF DEB-9707225. Phylogeny and rates of evolution of the Carnivora (Mammalia) ($185,000 )

NSF DEB-9807045. Biogeography of Malagasy carnivores ($76,000 )

NSF EF-0430418. EID: Ecological influences on rabies infections in bats ($1,520,000 )

NSF PLR-1263848. WALRUS - Walrus Adaptability and Long-term Responses; Using multi-proxy data to project Sustainability ($1,707,331)

NSF PLR-1341881. Bering Strait socio-economic organization, ca. 2000-200 BP: A view from Port Clarence ($48,201)

NIH 1R01CA59116. Type D retrovirus and pulmonary carcinoma ($239,045)

NIH 1R21AI105050. Diversity and dispersal potential of bat-borne zoonotic viruses in the Indo-Australian Archipelago ($195,802)

 

 

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