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Bexar County, Texas, funds by Health and Human Services, Department of

Listing $138,405,512.22 in stimulus funds from Health and Human Services, Department of for Bexar

Note: For some programs where states do not report where money will be distributed across the state, we do not have the allocation for individual counties. Those programs include: Medicaid, unemployment benefits and food stamps. Those amounts are included in the totals for where the state agency receiving that money is located.

Amount refers to both the amount of stimulus funding going toward the project and the face value of the loan.

Recipient Amount Description Federal Dept./Agency Date
SAN ANTONIO, CITY OF $15,612,353 ARRA - Prevention and Wellness--Communities Putting Prevention to Work AWARD TITLE: Communities Putting Prevention to Work, Category A The San Antonio Metropolitan Health Dis... Show more Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 3/19/2010
ALAMO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INC $15,352,538 ARRA Child Care and Development Block Grant ARRA Supplemental Funding for the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) provides child care financial assistance to low-income working families and fund activities to improve the quality of child care.
This spending item is part of a $214,851,599 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 4/09/2009
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO $11,051,134 ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] El Centro del Barrio (CentroMed), founded in 1973 and doing business as CentroMed, is a non-profit, community-based, bilingual-bicultural community health center serving the largest number of patients in Texas, whose mission is to impr... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 10/19/2009
DAVID E. HARVEY BUILDERS, INC. $7,500,000 ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] Since its inception in 1971, Su Clinica Familiar has provided comprehensive, primary health and wellness services in Cameron and Willacy counties in South Texas. The target population includes the uninsured and underserved, those below... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 10/19/2009
CENTER FOR NEW COMMUNITIES $5,521,400 ARRA - Early Head Start Center for New Communities is implementing an Early Head Start Program to serve 224 infants, toddlers and pregnant women in Gillespie and Bexar County in Texas. Teen parents are a special target groung, but not exclusive. The educational and family supp Administration for Children and Families 4/14/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $5,227,290 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The recent report that rapamycin increases the lifespan of mice is a major breakthrough in aging because it can be translated easily to humans. However, the critical question is whether long-term rapamycin treatment improves healthspan/quality-of-life as National Institutes of Health 9/29/2009
ALAMO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INC $4,444,355 ARRA Child Care and Development Block Grant ARRA Supplemental Funding for the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) provides child care financial assistance to low-income working families and fund activities to improve the quality of child care.
This spending item is part of a $214,851,599 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 4/09/2009
AVANCE, INC. $4,011,161 ARRA - Early Head Start This award made funds available to our Early Head Start Program under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to expand services to 136 infants, toddlers and pregnant women. The ARRA Expansion grant awarded $966,944 in start-up costs, $1,050,000 for pr Administration for Children and Families 11/01/2009
SAN ANTONIO, CITY OF $3,124,174 ARRA - Community Services Block Grant The CSBG ARRA award is Recovery Act funding for the Community Services Block Grant. The purpose of the program is to provide supplemental funds for job preservation, infrastructure investment, energy efficiency and science, assistance to the unemployed a
This spending item is part of a $48,148,071 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 4/10/2009
BARRIO COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC. $2,909,072 ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] Barrio Comprehensive Family Health Care Center, Inc. dba CommuniCare Health Centers is the lead applicant for Southwest Texas Network, Inc. (STN), a Health Center Controlled Network representing five Federally Qualified Health Centers ... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 6/01/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $2,849,971 ARRA Grants for Training in Primary Care Medicine and Dentistry Training and Enhancement 'This project will expand Advanced Education Program in General Dentistry postdoctoral resident trainee positions from 10 to 15. Expansion will increase provision of primary care dentistry to Special and Vulnera... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 8/23/2010
ALAMO WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT INC $2,286,000 ARRA Child Care and Development Block Grant ARRA Supplemental Funding for the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) provides child care financial assistance to low-income working families and fund activities to improve the quality of child care.
This spending item is part of a $214,851,599 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 4/09/2009
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO $2,141,995 ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] El Centro del Barrio dba CentroMed, founded in 1973, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based, bilingual-bicultural community health care center whose mission is to provide accessible services of superior quality. As the FQHC serving... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 6/25/2009
AVANCE, INC. $2,071,842 ARRA - Early Head Start The ARRA Early Head Start Expansion award provides funding for child and family development services for low-income families with infants and toddlers ages birth to three years and pregnant women who are not being currently served by a Head Start or Early Administration for Children and Families 4/15/2010
SOUTHWEST FOUNDATION FOR BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH $2,068,328 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support High performance computation lies at the heart of modern human statistical genomics. In the Department of Genetics at the Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research (SFBR), we specialize in the genetic dissection of human complex diseases that typically National Institutes of Health 5/06/2010
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $1,703,813 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This is a National Center for Research Resources (NCRR) Base Grant Administrative Supplement to Advance Translational (T1 & T2) Research by supporting enhancement and integration of the nonhuman primate databases at the Southwest National Primate Research National Institutes of Health 9/24/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $1,606,981 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The escalating obesity epidemic is now one of the most significant threats to human health in the 21st century. In this project, we will employ a novel approach to the empirical identification of novel candidate genes influencing body mass index (BMI), in
This spending item is part of a $1,684,480 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/25/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $1,510,347 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Nurses represent the single largest group of health professionals that delivers hospital care, yet little is known about what nurses do within a system context to ensure that care is safe, beneficial, patient-centered, timely, efficient and equitable. Qua
This spending item is part of a $3,156,731 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
BARRIO COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC. $1,447,420 ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] The purpose of the grant is to build a 20,732 square foot health center in Kyle, TX. The site will offer medical, dental, behavioral health and other specialty services. Health Resources and Services Administration 6/25/2009
EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER REGION 20 $1,439,275 ARRA - Head Start This award includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Quality Improvement (QI) funding consistent with the provisions of Section 640(a)(5)of the Head Start Act.
This spending item is part of a $3,412,869 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 6/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $1,436,500 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This project is submitted by the Mood Disorders Translational Core Center (MD-TCC), within the Center for Biomedical Neuroscience at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. The MD-TCC is comprised of a core group of preclinical and c National Institutes of Health 9/24/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $1,297,000 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA) has established the Institute for Integration of Medicine and Science (IIMS) as the home for our Clinical and Translational Science Award [CTSA). Our mission is to achieve optimal inte National Institutes of Health 9/09/2010
BARRIO COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC. $1,115,625 ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] The purpose of this award is to implement electronic health records at ten health center sites in southwest Texas. All health professionals in the South Texas Network will be able to demonstrate that they can meaningfully use electron... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 9/14/2009
EL CENTRO DEL BARRIO $1,112,743 ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] El Centro del Barrio dba CentroMed, founded in 1973, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-based, bilingual-bicultural community health care center whose mission is to provide accessible services of superior quality. As the FQHC serving... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 3/27/2009
HEALTHCARE ACCESS SAN ANTONIO $992,444 ARRA - State Grants to Promote Health Information Technology STATE HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT PROGRAM: The governance, policy and technical infrastructure supported through this program will enable standards-based Health Information Exchange (HIE) and a high performance health ... Show more
This spending item is part of a $28,810,208 allocation. See details
Health and Human Services, Department of 3/15/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $986,867 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This Recovery Act Administrative Supplement requests funding to advance and accelerate the translational research programs being supported by the Imaging Core of the Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA) program of the University of Texas Health National Institutes of Health 9/17/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $923,886 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Bipolar disorder is a severe debilitating mental illness affecting over three and half million Americans. This illness crosses all gender and ethnic boundaries to cause extensive morbidly and mortality. With this tremendous burden on the patients, their f National Institutes of Health 4/28/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $847,754 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Over the last 25 years, the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), has resulted in millions of death worldwide. Because HIV transmission occurs predominantly across mucosal surfaces, the ideal vaccine National Institutes of Health 9/21/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $787,560 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support A-kinase anchoring proteins (AKAPs) organize numerous intracellular signaling pathways by bringing together their molecular components into discrete sub-cellular microdomains. One such AKAP, AKAP79/150 interacts with protein kinase A, protein kinase C (PK National Institutes of Health 7/20/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $759,108 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support One of the distinguishing features of our CSTA funded Institute for the Integration of Medicine and Science is the use of Practice?Based Research Networks (PBRNs) to engage community clinicians in meaningful research. We are building on our 17 year histor National Institutes of Health 9/17/2009
BARRIO COMPREHENSIVE FAMILY HEALTH CARE CENTER, INC. $746,863 ARRA Health Center Integrated Services Development Initiative[g1] The primary use of the grant funds are for the expansion of dental services at the Dr. Frank Bryant Health Center service delivery site on the eastside of San Antonio, TX. Health Resources and Services Administration 3/27/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $735,903 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Pre-eclampsia/eclampsia (PE/E) is the most common and serious disorder of human pregnancy and is associated with substantial maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality. There is currently no known prevention or cure for PE/E with the only effective tr National Institutes of Health 8/25/2010
P3S CORPORATION $718,572 Meningococcal and Pneumococcal Vaccine Effectiveness and other Vaccine Preventable Diseases Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 12/23/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $718,083 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This R01, submitted in response to RFA-DA-09-001 (Medications Development for Cannabis-Related Disorders), has been modified to accommodate a 2-year budget. The grant proposes using pre-clinical measures of cannabinoid withdrawal in non-human primates to National Institutes of Health 6/19/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $705,626 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support There is growing evidence that the host genetic make-up of an individual is a strong determinant of HIV/AIDS susceptibility. We have integrated genetics, immunology, and evolution, and used them as powerful tools to (a) uncover complex host gene-gene inte National Institutes of Health 9/07/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $633,500 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support We propose to hire a new Assistant Professor in the area of Stem Cell Research, with a specific interest in either Neurological Stem Cell Biology or Mesesenchymal Stem cell Biology as an Investigator in the San Antonio Institute for Cellular and Molecular National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $617,083 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support As a major reason of osteoporotic and age-related fractures, deterioration of bone quality is reflected mainly in the reduced toughness. Recent evidence has evinced that bone may experience two distinct stages in the post-yield deformation: beginning with
This spending item is part of a $679,457 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 7/17/2009
SAN ANTONIO, CITY OF $608,937 ARRA - Head Start This award includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Quality Improvement (QI) funding consistent with the provisions of Section 640(a)(5)of the Head Start Act.
This spending item is part of a $3,412,869 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 6/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $604,978 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) is causally associated with Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) and several other AIDS-related malignancies. The long-term goal of this project is to apply effective KSHV genetic and infection systems to delineate the mole
This spending item is part of a $711,344 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 7/17/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $593,833 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The management of inflammatory pain represents a major scientific and health care challenge and many currently used analgesics provide inadequate pain relief. A mechanistic-based approach to pain management might contribute to the development of valid and National Institutes of Health 7/20/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $593,833 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Developing germ cells must be in intimate contact with Sertoli cells for the successful completion of spermatogenesis. This cellular interaction is facilitated by specialized actin-based adherens junctional complexes known as ectoplasmic specializations ( National Institutes of Health 9/22/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $591,627 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The San Antonio Sexually Transmitted Infections & Topical Microbicides Cooperative Research Center (STI TM CRC) proposal represents an integrative, collaborative and innovative multi-disciplinary research effort to investigate and prevent important emergi National Institutes of Health 9/07/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $591,281 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The Physical Activity Partnership for Girls seeks to build a strong community-academic partnership in order to investigate community priorities and needs for physical activity promotion among Latino adolescent girls (age 11-14 years) in Westside San Anton
This spending item is part of a $1,030,928 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/21/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $568,845 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Despite the development of several targeted agents, patients with advanced cancer that fail conventional therapies have an extremely poor prognosis. Identification of the mechanisms that contribute to therapeutic resistance is essential to improve clinica
This spending item is part of a $654,821 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 7/16/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $567,100 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support UltraScan is a comprehensive software package for the analysis of hydrodynamic data from analytical ultracentrifugation and light scattering experiments. Data from such experiments provide insight into the dynamic interactions among macromolecules involve National Institutes of Health 9/14/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $548,763 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support There is a very high degree of genetic and physical similarity between humans and the various species of non-human primates and this high degree of similarity can be exploited in medicine to better understand the mechanisms and find new treatments of many
This spending item is part of a $897,217 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 6/08/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $547,218 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The San Antonio Sexually Transmitted Infections & Topical Microbicides Cooperative Research Center (STI TM CRC) proposal represents an integrative, collaborative and innovative multi-disciplinary research effort to investigate and prevent important emergi National Institutes of Health 9/21/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $546,821 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Analyses of Registration Bipolar Prophylaxis Trials to Develop New Study Designs This application addresses Challenge Area (05) Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) and specific Challenge Topic 05-MH-102 Cost Effectiveness of Mental Health Interventio
This spending item is part of a $723,678 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/24/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $531,248 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Please Note: This award was requested to be relinquished by The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio back to NIH as of 08/01/09. National Institutes of Health 7/16/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $524,290 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The goal of this project proposed for supplemental funding is the same as that of the parent grant (U42 RR016024): to increase the nation's capacity to produce Indian-origin rhesus monkeys (Macaca mulatta) that are specific pathogen-free (SPF) for herpes National Institutes of Health 8/20/2009
FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION OF SAN ANTONIO, INC. $493,726 ARRA - Head Start This award includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Quality Improvement (QI) funding consistent with the provisions of Section 640(a)(5)of the Head Start Act.
This spending item is part of a $3,412,869 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 6/15/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $489,498 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This study seeks to elucidate the mechanistic basis of immune responses to factor VIII (FVIII) in some but not all hemophilia A (HA) patients and the increased risk of HA patients with black African ancestry for developing that complication following ther
This spending item is part of a $6,507,463 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/24/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $475,781 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The goal of this project is to maximize investigator utilization of a newly created Comprehensive Facility for Animal Imaging Research (CFAIR) of the Research Imaging Center (RIC) at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA). National Institutes of Health 6/08/2009
SAN ANTONIO INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT $468,703 ARRA - Head Start This award includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Quality Improvement (QI) funding consistent with the provisions of Section 640(a)(5)of the Head Start Act.
This spending item is part of a $3,412,869 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 6/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $453,014 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Oral cancer, largely oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC), is a global health problem afflicting close to 300,000 people each year. Despite significant advances in surgical procedures and treatment, the long-term prognosis for patients with OSCC remains po
This spending item is part of a $1,955,950 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/25/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $445,500 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Exposure to exogenous agents that damage the cell is an unavoidable and potentially deleterious component of life, though various cellular responses exist to counter these exposures. It is understood that these countermeasures are vital for both cellular National Institutes of Health 5/29/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $435,596 Recovery Act Comparative Effectiveness Research - AHRQ Bipolar is a severe and lifelong illness affecting 4.5% of the population ? about 14 million people in the U.S. It is one of the top 10 most disabling medical conditions worldwide according to the World Health Organization. Traditionally, the moo... Show more
This spending item is part of a $9,784,863 allocation. See details
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality 9/28/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $407,890 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Mycoplasma pneumoniae is a human pathogen that preferentially infects the respiratory tract. Recent data suggest that M. pneumoniae is responsible for 20-40% of all community acquired pneumonia and is frequently linked to acute and chronic respiratory inf National Institutes of Health 9/11/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $397,375 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Candidiasis now represents the third most frequent nonsocomial infection in hospitals both in the US and worldwide, and C. albicans remains the most frequent causative agent of cadidiasis. Unfortunately these infections carry unacceptably high mortality National Institutes of Health 5/21/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $396,496 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This request for an administrative supplement to our CTSA represents an exciting opportunity to accelerate the pace of translational research through the funding of highly selected competitive pilot projects. The objectives and purposes of this request fa National Institutes of Health 9/17/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $396,432 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Agonists acting at the 5 opioid receptor (MOR) (e.g. morphine and its analogs) are the mainstay of pain management; however there are serious adverse effects (e.g. dependence) and social and legal issues which limit their use. Consequently there has been National Institutes of Health 5/14/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $390,255 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Insect-borne disease is a major world health problem, accounting for nearly 20% of the total world- wide infectious disease burden. Many of these diseases are capable of spreading to the United States. Because insects depend on chemical senses for host lo National Institutes of Health 5/01/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $372,949 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The long-term objective of this project is to understand how changes in insulin signaling regulate the actions of amphetamine (AMPH). Dopamine (DA) transporters (DATs), which largely control DA clearance, are targets for psychostimulants such as AMPH and
This spending item is part of a $774,457 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 7/16/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $371,042 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) plays a fundamental role in determining the plasticity and functional architecture of neurons in the adult brain. A frequent, non-conservative polymorphism in the human BDNF gene has been recently identified, which National Institutes of Health 4/28/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $364,762 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support A Biacore T100 Surface Plasmon Resonance instrument is requested. The instrument will be housed in the UTHSCSA Center for Macromolecular Interactions. It will support a wide range of projects that are supported by 7 different NIH institutes including the National Institutes of Health 12/17/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $359,080 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The instrument requested in this application is an ultra-high resolution microscopic computed tomography (microCT) scanner to evaluate 3-dimensional bone and soft tissue architecture from ex vivo specimens. This instrument, a Skyscan 1172 microCT scanner, National Institutes of Health 5/06/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $357,734 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The incidence of cancer increases with age, suggesting that multiple events (DNA mutations) must take place for malignant transformation to occur. It is known that natural defense mechanisms serve to protect against accumulation of DNA mutations and to di National Institutes of Health 5/05/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $353,176 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support TRIM5alpha proteins bind retroviral capsids after cell entry and restrict retroviral infection by blocking reverse transcription and/or integration of the viral genetic material {Nisole, 2005 #305; Towers, 2007 #310}. This novel mechanism of cellular immu National Institutes of Health 7/09/2010
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $348,454 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support There is a very high degree of genetic and physical similarity between humans and the various species of non-human primates and this high degree of similarity can be exploited in medicine to better understand the mechanisms and find new treatments of many
This spending item is part of a $897,217 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 6/08/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $331,212 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This study is part of an ongoing collaborative effort between researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA), Research Imaging Center (RIC), and the Southwest National Primate Research Center (SNPRC) at the Southwest
This spending item is part of a $408,219 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 6/01/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $308,359 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This administrative supplement provides funding to significantly increase the currently funded part time salaries of two scientists whose circumstances have been negatively effected by the curent economic conditions. At the same time, increased efforts on National Institutes of Health 9/28/2009
HEALTHCARE ACCESS SAN ANTONIO $304,500 ARRA - State Grants to Promote Health Information Technology STATE HEALTH INFORMATION EXCHANGE COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT PROGRAM: The governance, policy and technical infrastructure supported through this program will enable standards-based Health Information Exchange (HIE) and a high performance health ... Show more
This spending item is part of a $28,810,208 allocation. See details
Health and Human Services, Department of 3/15/2010
TRINITY UNIVERSITY $302,753 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support In this research application, we seek to examine the topography of the corpus callosum (CC) at both the macrostructural and microstructural levels in primates. Comparative study of the primate CC is significant as this structure is believed to be fundame
This spending item is part of a $485,591 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 3/15/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $302,637 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The purpose of this supplemental award is to increase the pace of research progress utilizing a new in vivo model; not only will the project move forward, but there is also an opportunity for job creation and preservation National Institutes of Health 7/22/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $301,743 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Schizophrenia is a common profoundly disabling disorder that carries a heavy burden for patients and families and is the subject of intensive genetic studies. The study of epigenetic variation is an essential complement to conventional genetic disease stu
This spending item is part of a $6,354,022 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $300,000 ARRA ? Equipment to Enhance Training for Health Professionals The purpose of this project, Developing Informatics Competency in Nursing Students is to increase the safety, quality, and continuity of care while increasing both patient and provider satisfaction by the use of Electronic Health Records (... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 9/01/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $300,000 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support While cross-sectional studies show that drug abuse, impulsivity, serotonin dysregulation, and stressful life events are associated with suicide, data regarding the specific relationships among these factors are limited. A recent NIDA-sponsored workgroup i National Institutes of Health 7/22/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $299,500 ARRA ? Equipment to Enhance Training for Health Professionals This project entitled, Equipment to Enhance Training for Health Professionals, will add equipment for expansion of the Advanced Education Program in General Dentistry (AEGD) Program. This residency program recruits and enrolls underreprese... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 9/01/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $299,500 ARRA ? Equipment to Enhance Training for Health Professionals This project will add equipment for expansion and upgrade of the dental student clinical training program. Expansion and upgrade will permit the Dental School to improve its training of dental students in primary care dentistry and in tech... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 9/05/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $294,538 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This is a regional/programmatic network/center dedicated to cancer health disparities research and care through a Geographic Management Program (GMap). GMap, a program of NCI's CRCHD (National Cancer Institute's Center to Reduce Cancer Health Disparities) National Institutes of Health 9/28/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $290,570 ARRA ? Equipment to Enhance Training for Health Professionals The purpose of this project is to purchase the partial Arcadia Digital AV system, a web based state of the art technology application, to support incorporation of simulation based learning experiences in the nursing curriculum at the Unive... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 9/03/2010
ALAMO AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS $284,500 Aging Congregate Nutrition Services for States ARRA provided funding for Congregate Nutrition Services. Established in 1972 under the Older Americans Act, the program provides meals to older Americans in congregate facilities such as senior centers, adult day centers, and faith-based settings.
This spending item is part of a $4,012,217 allocation. See details
Administration on Aging 3/18/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $282,651 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support On behalf of the Reproductive Medicine Network (RMN), we, as the Data Coordination Center, submit this request in response to NIH announcement NOT-OD-09-056 for a Recovery Act administrative supplement. We will use the supplement to field a comparative ef
This spending item is part of a $7,565,277 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $282,216 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This study aims to uncover informatin about differences in gene expression between individuals with schizophrenia versus controls, their relationship to previously studied genetic variation, and the joint analysis thereof. Besides informing important are
This spending item is part of a $1,976,440 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $259,732 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The central premise underlying the San Antonio Nathan Shock Aging Center described in this proposal is that identifying the biological mechanisms that lead to senescence can best be achieved by manipulating the whole organism genetically, nutritionally, o National Institutes of Health 9/04/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $258,515 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The single-polypeptide RNA polymerase of the T7 bacteriophage has been a model system for studying fundamental mechanisms of transcription ever since it was first identified almost 4 decades ago. Work over the past 15 years has revealed that the functions National Institutes of Health 9/16/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $256,820 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The purpose of this supplement is to upgrade the data management and data base components of our Developing Center for Interventions and Service Research in Bipolar Disorders (DCISR) and utilize the data base developed through the several activities of th National Institutes of Health 9/28/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $252,415 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Chromosome translocations are frequently associated with many types of blood cancers and childhood sarcomas. Clinically, chromosome translocations are important because they offer the ability to precisely diagnose the type of cancers and to tailor treatme National Institutes of Health 8/13/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $252,333 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support (Dr. Jill Fehrenbacher will be resigning on November 9 and will be transferring her NIH ARRA R21 grant to Indiana University. Per conversation with Dr. Fehrenbacher today (10/26/09), the grant termination date will be October 31, 2009.) Epidemiological National Institutes of Health 5/05/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $249,036 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support These supplemental funds will continue work on the development of new treatments for brain injury and will providing funding for to create a new scientist position. National Institutes of Health 9/04/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $248,025 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Patient Navigation appears to hold new promise as a new professional health intervention that may improve patient care and ultimately result in improved retention rates for disadvantaged patients in health care. Through this supplemental award, we aim to National Institutes of Health 9/21/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $236,765 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The leishmaniasis have significant global impact; 350 million people on 5 continents are at risk and an estimated 10?50 million people in endemic tropical and subtropical regions are affected. Hundreds of thousands of people have died in recent years in e
This spending item is part of a $499,826 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 2/04/2011
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $226,547 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The parent grant for this ARRA supplemental funding is National Cancer Institute R01 grant 1R01CA131386-01A1. The major focus of the parent R01 grant was to develop and evaluate the effects of Spanish and English language versions of a personally tailored
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National Institutes of Health 8/31/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $216,898 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The purpose of the administrative supplement is to conduct ?Salud Hidalgo?, a project designed to promote cancer control prevention among predominately low-income Latinos living in Hidalgo county, Texas, situated on the U.S.-Mexico border.?Salud-Hidalgo? National Institutes of Health 9/29/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $215,321 ARRA - Dental Public Health Residency Training Grants The purpose of the Dental Public Health Program is to maintain and improve the existing residency training program in dental public health which is critical to the implementation of core public health functions. To provide a competent workforce th... Show more Health Resources and Services Administration 9/03/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $207,092 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Drug resistance is the major obstacle to control of malaria and the spread of resistance has increased malaria mortality over recent decades. Identification of parasite genes that influence drug response would improve our ability to monitor resistance spr National Institutes of Health 9/13/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $203,570 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The principal activity under this Administrative Supplement is to prepare additional TGF-? and TGF-? receptor variants, so as to increase our understanding of the similarities and differences with which the three TGF-? isoforms bind and assemble their rec National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
TRINITY UNIVERSITY $202,204 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The overarching goal of this proposal is to apply and develop a class of stochastic models known as general branching processes for various biological/biomedical applications that involve cellular population dynamics. There is a great need for mathematic National Institutes of Health 4/23/2010
TRINITY UNIVERSITY $199,600 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support As part of learning a language, children must learn individual words in that language, including verbs. Learning a new verb is difficult because verbs refer to dynamic and transient events, and languages vary in the way their verb categories are construc National Institutes of Health 7/27/2010
SAN ANTONIO, CITY OF $191,899 ARRA - Immunization Award Title: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 317 Immunization & Vaccines for Children Grants: San Antonio Metropolitan Health District has requested funds through this supplemental application to improve and enhance the existing 317 Immunization pr Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 9/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $185,839 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This project represents a Recovery Act Administrative Supplement for parent grant 1U10HD055942-01: ?Letrozole Therapy for IVF/ET: Effects on Multiple Pregnancy and Treatment Burden?. The parent grant established the University of Texas Health Science Cent National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas $178,675 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The Physical Activity Partnership for Girls seeks to build a strong community-academic partnership in order to investigate community priorities and needs for physical activity promotion among Latino adolescent girls (age 11-14 years) in Westside San Anton
This spending item is part of a $1,030,928 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/21/2009
AVANCE, INC. $178,042 ARRA - Head Start This award includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Quality Improvement (QI) funding consistent with the provisions of Section 640(a)(5)of the Head Start Act.
This spending item is part of a $3,412,869 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 6/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $169,439 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Glucocorticoid hormones are very potent inhibitors of physiological DNA synthesis in keratinocytes in vivo. These hormones are also very effective in preventing carcinogen- and tumor promoter-induced skin hyperplasia, inflamination, and mouse skin tumor f National Institutes of Health 9/29/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $166,273 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support New treatments are needed to decrease the complications of atherosclerosis, which include death, disability, heart attack, and amputation. Notably, collateral artery formation that naturally bypasses arterial obstructions occurs in all patients, but to a National Institutes of Health 7/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $161,955 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Food and water borne infectious diseases are a significant source of morbidity and mortality world-wide. Children are especially at risk from these infections. Although often assumed to be only a problem in developing areas of the world, bacterial infecti National Institutes of Health 9/13/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $160,598 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The Physical Activity Partnership for Girls seeks to build a strong community-academic partnership in order to investigate community priorities and needs for physical activity promotion among Latino adolescent girls (age 11-14 years) in Westside San Anton
This spending item is part of a $1,030,928 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/21/2009
ALAMO AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS $160,018 ARRA - Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Chronic Disease Self-Manage In collaboration with the Recovery Act - funded Communities Putting Prevention to Work (CPPW) program, this funding will support the deployment of evidence-based chronic disease self-management programs that empower older peop... Show more
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Administration on Aging 3/31/2010
EDGEWOOD INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SAN ANTONIO $159,852 ARRA - Head Start This award includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Quality Improvement (QI) funding consistent with the provisions of Section 640(a)(5)of the Head Start Act.
This spending item is part of a $3,412,869 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 6/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $151,709 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The goals of this administrative supplement are to use community health priorities to identify curricular needs, create novel teaching materials to address those needs, and effectively improve health science education in public schools. The health priorit
This spending item is part of a $299,937 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/24/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $143,961 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Prospective memory is defined as remembering to perform an action in the future, such as remembering to give a friend a message or to make a doctor's appointment. The ability to perform prospective memory is essential for living independently as we age. National Institutes of Health 9/04/2009
AVANCE, INC. $143,291 ARRA - Head Start This action awards a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) increase of 1.84% in the amount of $42,773 for Early Head Start. These funds must be obligated to pay for staff salaries over the 12-month period following the effective date of this grant or within 12 Administration for Children and Families 6/29/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $142,929 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The proposed program of research will address conservative therapies for OAB and urge incontinence in men. We will plan a 2-stage, randomized clinical trial to examine the effectiveness of behavioral treatment, drug therapy, and combined behavioral and dr
This spending item is part of a $1,064,142 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
ALAMO AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS $140,061 Aging Home-Delivered Nutrition Services for States ARRA provided funding for Home-Delivered Nutrition Services. Established in 1978 under the Older Americans Act, the program provides meals to seniors who are homebound.
This spending item is part of a $1,975,245 allocation. See details
Administration on Aging 3/18/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $132,742 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support There currently is no licensed vaccine against Chlamydia trachomatis, the leading cause of bacterial sexually transmitted disease worldwide. Untreated genital chlamydial infection cause serious sequelae such as pelvic inflammatory disease, ectopic pregnan National Institutes of Health 9/07/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $125,416 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support In educational settings students are often expected to learn the definitions of pairs of concepts (e.g., fluid and crystallized intelligence). For many students these concepts are difficult to learn because they have similar definitions that are easy to c National Institutes of Health 8/14/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $124,117 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support A complex system such as the cell can be modeled by a network, whose nodes represent components in the system (e.g., genes) and edges represent relationships between components (e.g., interactions). An interesting property that seems to be ubiquitous amon National Institutes of Health 9/25/2009
ALAMO AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS $120,681 Aging Congregate Nutrition Services for States ARRA provided funding for Congregate Nutrition Services. Established in 1972 under the Older Americans Act, the program provides meals to older Americans in congregate facilities such as senior centers, adult day centers, and faith-based settings.
This spending item is part of a $4,012,217 allocation. See details
Administration on Aging 3/18/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $120,034 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This supplement will enable an increase in the scientific impact of Look AHEAD (a multi-center radomized clinical trial to determine the long-term impact of weight loss on cardiovascular mobidity and mortality on over 5,000 overweight individuals with typ National Institutes of Health 9/28/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $111,304 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Astrocytes play a fundamental role in signaling, maintenance and protection of the brain. Data generated in the sponsor's laboratory suggest that the neuroprotective ability of astrocytes diminishes with age. It was also discovered that the purinergic rec National Institutes of Health 5/21/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $107,417 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The goal of this grant is to develop and validate a Virochip-based diagnostic assay for category A-C viral pathogens (biothreat detection-micorarray) that is rapid, sensitive/specific, portable and cost-effective, yet capable of simultaneously detecting a
This spending item is part of a $888,279 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 8/09/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $106,366 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Kaposi's sarcoma-associated herpesvirus (KSHV) is causally associated with Kaposi's sarcoma (KS) and several other AIDS-related malignancies. The long-term goal of this project is to apply effective KSHV genetic and infection systems to delineate the mole
This spending item is part of a $711,344 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 7/17/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $105,131 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Glucocorticoids (GC) remain the mainstay of therapy for acute multiple sclerosis (MS) episodes. However, it is also clear that GC fail to prevent MS relapses and disease progression, and appear to have little effect on long-term T cell responses to myelin National Institutes of Health 9/15/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $103,755 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support In response to the Notice of Availability of Recovery Act Funds for Administrative Supplements (NOT-OD-09-056), this proposal is an administrative supplement request related to our parent grant titled The Metabolic Syndrome in Mexican American Children (R
This spending item is part of a $145,554 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $99,000 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Acquisition of an extracellular flux analyzer to enhance the specific aims of the parent grant studying the deleterious effects of various lipotoxicty, glucotoxicity, and other metabolic problems of Type 2 diabetes patients. National Institutes of Health 12/30/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $98,960 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Adiponectin is an adipose tissue-derived hormone with anti-diabetic, anti-atherogenic, and anti-inflammatory functions. Circulating adiponectin exists as trimer, hexamer, and high molecular weight species which activate divergent signaling pathways and ex National Institutes of Health 12/14/2009
SOUTH CENTRAL AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER $98,884 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The goals of this administrative supplement are to use community health priorities to identify curricular needs, create novel teaching materials to address those needs, and effectively improve health science education in public schools. The health priorit
This spending item is part of a $299,937 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/24/2009
PARENT/CHILD INCORPORATED OF SAN ANTONIO & BEXAR COUNTY $97,534 ARRA - Head Start Inaccordance with guidance in Program Instruction, Log No. ACF-PI-HS-09-06, dated 04/02/2009, $28,361.00 is to provide a 1.84% American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRS) cost-of-living increase (COLA) across the board to all Early Head Start (EHS) empl Administration for Children and Families 6/18/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $97,238 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The purpose of this supplement is to request funding for a new research staff position. Creating this new position will accelerate the realization of the specific aims of the parent grant. The scope of the parent grant is to investigate the key variables National Institutes of Health 4/22/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $96,822 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Microtubule stabilizing agents are important drugs used in the treatment of cancer. The focus of this project is a new class of plant-derived microtubule stabilizers, the taccalonolides. The taccalonolides have a unique mechanism of action. They are the f National Institutes of Health 9/28/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $96,615 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support A series of experiments are proposed that will examine both the separate and the combined effects of alcohol and serotonin manipulations on two categorically distinct models of behavioral impulsivity (rapid-decision and reward-directed). To identify the t National Institutes of Health 8/17/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $90,706 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The ability of humans to mount an effective immune response declines with age, leaving the elderly susceptible to infectious diseases and cancer. Moreover, vaccines tested in younger individuals are often ineffective in older people. Thus, as new vaccines
This spending item is part of a $270,579 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/04/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $88,432 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The overall objective of the present proposal is to develop, evaluate, distribute, and apply tools for quantitative meta-analysis of the human functional brain mapping (HFBM) literature. The BrainMap database may be used as an internet-based resource for National Institutes of Health 6/01/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $85,182 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This application addresses Recovery Act Limited Competition: Research and Research Infrastructure 'Grand Opportunities' (GO) (RC2): NIDCR guidelines, RFA-OD-09-004: Area of Scientific Priority 4) Detection of Oral Premalignant and Malignant Lesions. This
This spending item is part of a $770,000 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/28/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $82,797 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support More than 100,000 myocardial infarction (MI) patients undergo adverse remodeling of left ventricle (LV) and progress to congestive heart failure each year. Currently, the 5 year mortality rate for CHF is 50%. A lack of early diagnostic indicators and effe National Institutes of Health 9/06/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $79,627 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Pathogenic poxviruses such as variola virus and monkeypox virus pose a dangerous threat to today's largely unimmunized population, while attenuated poxviruses hold great promise as vaccine vectors. The need for both anti-poxvirus therapies and better poxv National Institutes of Health 9/13/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $78,647 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Progression and metastasis of solid tumors is a principal cause of death for cancer patients. The childhood muscle cancer alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma is a classic example. A gap in understanding the disease-specific mechanisms of progression underlies the d National Institutes of Health 9/02/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $77,007 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This study is part of an ongoing collaborative effort between researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA), Research Imaging Center (RIC), and the Southwest National Primate Research Center (SNPRC) at the Southwest
This spending item is part of a $408,219 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 6/01/2009
NANORELEASE TECHNOLOGIES, LLC $73,059 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The proposed work had two Specific Aims. One focused on the scientific approach, while the other defined the professional impact and experience. Specific Aim 1 was to improve the production and testing of critical components of the encapsulation process National Institutes of Health 6/04/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $72,138 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Holzenberger et al (2003) recently reported that mice heterozygous for the IGF-I receptor gene in all tissues (Igflr^' mice) have extended life span in association with resistance to paraquat toxicity. This finding would be seminal since it shows that the National Institutes of Health 9/17/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $65,183 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Coccidioides is an airborne fungal pathogen that can cause mild to severe respiratory disease (coccidioidomycosis; San Joaquin Valley fever) in immunocompetent individuals. The fungus inhabits desert soil in the Southwestern U.S. between West Texas and So National Institutes of Health 9/07/2010
EDUCATION SERVICE CENTER REGION 20 $62,199 ARRA - Head Start Head Start is a comprehensive child development program that serves children ages 3 to 5 and their families. Comprehensive services include: education, disabilities, mental health, nutrition, health, dental, safety, transportation and community / family i
This spending item is part of a $184,520 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 7/01/2009
FAMILY SERVICE ASSOCIATION OF SAN ANTONIO, INC. $61,285 ARRA - Head Start This award includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Quality Improvement (QI) funding consistent with the provisions of Section 640(a)(5)of the Head Start Act.
This spending item is part of a $3,412,869 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 6/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $60,688 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support One of the more subtle complications of diabetes mellitus is a decrease in the patient's quality of life due to tooth loss and compromised function. While implant therapy has shown promise in patients with well- managed diabetes, questions remain as to th
This spending item is part of a $105,331 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/01/2009
HYPERION BIOTECHNOLOGY INC $59,382 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Infection of children with Shiga toxin (Stx) producing Escherichia coli (STEC), primarily a food and waterborne aquired disease, is the leading cause of hemolytic-uremic syndrom (HUS) in the US. There is no specific treatment to prevent or ameliorate HUS.
This spending item is part of a $1,345,823 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/11/2009
ALAMO AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS $58,907 Aging Home-Delivered Nutrition Services for States ARRA provided funding for Home-Delivered Nutrition Services. Established in 1978 under the Older Americans Act, the program provides meals to seniors who are homebound.
This spending item is part of a $1,975,245 allocation. See details
Administration on Aging 3/18/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $57,500 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Adiponectin, a peptide hormone mainly produced by adipocytes, is now widely recognized as an insulin sensitizer that possesses anti-diabetic, anti-inflammatory and cardioprotective properties. However, the molecular mechanisms by which adiponectin sensiti National Institutes of Health 2/01/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $53,202 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This award supports the Development of Multi-site Functional Neurocognitive and Behavioral Assessments within Children's Oncology Group (COG) to ensure Stable Measures for More Informed Phase III Clinical Trials. The Behavioral Science Committee (BSC) of
This spending item is part of a $233,108 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 8/28/2009
Edgewood Family Network $52,906 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The Physical Activity Partnership for Girls seeks to build a strong community-academic partnership in order to investigate community priorities and needs for physical activity promotion among Latino adolescent girls (age 11-14 years) in Westside San Anton
This spending item is part of a $1,030,928 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/21/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $50,009 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support A recent clinical research report on children found that over a two-year period although there was no statistical differences in anticaries benefits between two groups using either 1000 ppm F or 400 to 550 ppm F toothpastes, there was a directional trend
This spending item is part of a $204,777 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 3/25/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $50,000 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This supplemental award provides support for the salaries of two postdoctoral research fellows under the project Bone-Seeking Proteasome Inhibitors for Myeloma. National Institutes of Health 9/18/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $50,000 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The goal of this supplement is to complete the characterization of a particularl skeletal phenotype of a transgenetic mouse that have been generated for the parent grant. National Institutes of Health 9/24/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $49,344 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The goals of this administrative supplement are to use community health priorities to identify curricular needs, create novel teaching materials to address those needs, and effectively improve health science education in public schools. The health priorit
This spending item is part of a $299,937 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/24/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $47,468 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The Physical Activity Partnership for Girls seeks to build a strong community-academic partnership in order to investigate community priorities and needs for physical activity promotion among Latino adolescent girls (age 11-14 years) in Westside San Anton
This spending item is part of a $1,030,928 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/21/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $44,643 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support One of the more subtle complications of diabetes mellitus is a decrease in the patient's quality of life due to tooth loss and compromised function. While implant therapy has shown promise in patients with well- managed diabetes, questions remain as to th
This spending item is part of a $105,331 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/01/2009
MILLER, ALEXANDER L $42,000 To design and test a method of intervention that has the capacity to promote engagement and adherence to treatment, foster recovery and reduce or prevent disability in patients experiencing a first episode of schizophrenia and related psychotic disorders.
This spending item is part of a $16,872,951 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 7/13/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $41,799 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support In response to the Notice of Availability of Recovery Act Funds for Administrative Supplements (NOT-OD-09-056), this proposal is an administrative supplement request related to our parent grant titled The Metabolic Syndrome in Mexican American Children (R
This spending item is part of a $145,554 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/30/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $37,271 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support While cross-sectional studies show that drug abuse, impulsivity, serotonin dysregulation, and stressful life events are associated with suicide, data regarding the specific relationships among these factors are limited. A recent NIDA-sponsored workgroup i National Institutes of Health 6/02/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $36,880 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Nurses represent the single largest group of health professionals that delivers hospital care, yet little is known about what nurses do within a system context to ensure that care is safe, beneficial, patient-centered, timely, efficient and equitable. Qua National Institutes of Health 5/20/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $35,776 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The objective of the administrative supplement is to utlize the new technology of LATE-PCR for rapid identification of Candida isolates to the species level in oral rinses collected from patients with OPC.
This spending item is part of a $65,962 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/22/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $31,711 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The central premise underlying the San Antonio Nathan Shock Aging Center described in this proposal is that identifying the biological mechanisms that lead to senescence can best be achieved by manipulating the whole organism genetically, nutritionally, o National Institutes of Health 7/09/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN $30,186 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The objective of the administrative supplement is to utlize the new technology of LATE-PCR for rapid identification of Candida isolates to the species level in oral rinses collected from patients with OPC.
This spending item is part of a $65,962 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 9/22/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $29,875 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Given their small size, high fertility and short life span, common marmosets are an efficient nonhuman primate model in which to examine the effects of early life environment on adult disease outcomes. The primary goal of the proposed research is to deter National Institutes of Health 12/09/2009
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $28,407 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support In this research application, we seek to examine the topography of the corpus callosum (CC) at both the macrostructural and microstructural levels in primates. Comparative study of the primate CC is significant as this structure is believed to be fundame
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National Institutes of Health 3/15/2010
TEXAS BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE $27,710 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support Neurobehavioral Family Study of Schizophrenia is a Multiplex Multigenerational Investigation (MGI) of three collaborative RO1s that combine genetic and neurobiologic paradigms to advance the understanding of pathogenesis and detection of genes that modula National Institutes of Health 3/12/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $23,760 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The purpose of this administrative supplement application to support summer research work opportunities for five undergraduate nursing students from the University of Texas Health Sciecne Center at San Antonio School of Nursing is to engage students in nu National Institutes of Health 5/13/2010
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT SAN ANTONIO $22,600 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support The focus of the proposed research is the structure, functino and catalytic mechanisms of three non-heme iron enzymes involved in oxidative or nitrosative stress protection in air-sensitive bacteria. All of the enzymes proposed for study reductively scav National Institutes of Health 9/25/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER OF SAN ANTONIO $7,265 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support There is an urgent need to develop more effective vaccines and antibiotic regimens against many of the Select Agent bacteria that cause lethal infection in humans. This is particularly true for the candidate bioterrorism agents, Burkholderia. pseudomallei
This spending item is part of a $1,006,212 allocation. See details
National Institutes of Health 7/05/2011
BEXAR COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT $3,049 ARRA - Head Start This award includes a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) and Quality Improvement (QI) funding consistent with the provisions of Section 640(a)(5)of the Head Start Act.
This spending item is part of a $3,412,869 allocation. See details
Administration for Children and Families 6/15/2009
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER AT SAN ANTONIO ,THE $0 Trans-NIH Recovery Act Research Support This project addresses broad Challenge Area (15) Translational Science and specific Challenge Topic, 15-AI-103: Develop drugs for neglected tropical diseases, with a special emphasis on malaria. New drugs are desperately needed to treat visceral leishmani National Institutes of Health 9/29/2010