Myers Research

R21 (Kang, PI)                                                                                   07/01/08-06/30/10
NIH/HHS                              
Cardiovascular Inflammation Function Imaging by Photoacoustics using Gold Nanorod
The goal of this grant is to investigate a novel technology for noninvasive characterization of the functional activities of the inflammation in the cardiovascular system using photoacoustic imaging techniques using an animal model of venous endothelial injury.
Role: Co-Investigator

1P01HL089407-01A1, (Lawrence, PI)                                                        04/01/08 - 03/31/13        
NIH/NHLBI                                                                            
Novel Targets in Thrombosis and Atherosclerosis
Core A: Animal Model Core                   
The purpose of the Animal Model Core A is to provide each investigator of the PPG a wide variety of animal models to assess lipid metabolism, thrombosis, and related vascular disorders.
Role: Project Director

1K01HL080962-01A1 (Myers, Jr., PI)                                                    04/01/07 - 03/31/12
NIH/NHLBI   
Free Radicals Influence the Pathogenesis of Venous Thrombosis
This grant application will determine the role of free radical injury on the pathogenesis of venous thrombosis.  This work will lead to clinical trails evaluating new interventions for venous thrombosis.
Role: Principal Investigator

R01 HL070766 NIH (Wakefield, PI)                                                      12/15/06 - 11/30/11

NIH/NHLBI                                                                                                                                                      

Procoagulant Microparticles: Novel Determinants of Venous Thrombogenesis

This project is the competitive renewal of my current RO1, and focuses on the role of microparticles in venous thrombogenesis

Role: Co-Investigator

1 T32 HL076123-01 (Wakefield, PI)                                                     04/01/04 - 03/31/09
NIH Training and Special Programs                
Preceptor
Daniel Myers, Jr., DVM, MPH                 Surgery/ULAM
Vascular Surgery: Research Training in Vascular Biology
This project establishes a training grant for Vascular Biology, encompassing faculty from multiple disciplines.  The common theme is an emphasis on the basic study of vessel wall biology and vascular pathology with the ultimate goal to produce the next generation of leaders in academic vascular sciences.

R21 (Kang, PI)                                                                                  07/01/08-06/30/10
NIH                                
Cardiovascular Inflammation Function Imaging by Photoacoustics using Gold Nanorod
The goal of this grant is to investigate a novel technology for noninvasive characterization of the functional activities of the inflammation in the cardiovascular system using photoacoustic imaging techniques using an animal model of venous endothelial injury.
Role: Co-Investigator