List of grants awarded to fNIRS research by NIH in the past 10 years

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Below is a list of NIH grants in the field of fNIRS in the past 10 years. The list is compiled by Peng Zheng from Tianjin Normal University and Can Zhang from Shanghai International Studies University, and the data source is Stork’s NIH Grant Database 中文版

Title PI University or Company Amount (USD$) Duration
1 Mechanisms of Dynamic Neural
Coupling during Face-to-Face Expressions of Emotion
JOY HIRSCH YALE UNIVERSITY $405,576 2019-03-01

to 2023-12-31

2 The Impact of Social-Cognitive Processing on Stuttering ERIC S JACKSON NEW YORK
UNIVERSITY
$174,592 2019-04-01

to 2022-03-31

3 Training in the Cognitive Neuroscience of Communication INGE-MARIE
EIGSTI,
UNIVERSITY OF
CONNECTICUT STORRS
$157,820 2019-07-01

to 2024-06-30

4 Brain predictors of mobility and falls in older adults
with multiple sclerosis
ROEE HOLTZER ALBERT EINSTEIN
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
$704,983 2019-05-15 to 2024-02-29
5 A Novel Neuromonitoring Guided Cognitive Intervention
for Targeted Enhancement of Working Memory
SEYED HOSSEINI STANFORD
UNIVERSITY
$322,260 2019-05-16 to
2021-03-31
6 Neural Predictors of Speech Perception Outcomes in
Adults with Cochlear Implants
YINGYING WANG UNIVERSITY OF
NEBRASKA LINCOLN
$153,460 2019-07-01 to
2022-06-30
7 Behavioral and Neural Effects of Intensive Cognitive- Communication
Rehabilitation in Young College-Bound Adults with Acquired Brain Injury
NATALIE GILMORE BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(CHARLES RIVER CAMPUS)
$45,016 2019-08-01 to
2021-07-31
8 Brain AnalyzIR: A software platform for improving
scientific rigor in functional NIRS statistical analysis
THEODORE JAMES
HUPPERT
UNIVERSITY OF
PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH
$336,726 2019-08-01 to
2023-04-30
9 Multimodal imaging of brain activity to investigate
walking and mobility decline in older adults
TODD MANINI UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA
$1,143,139 2018-09-30 to
2023-05-31
10 Cardiovascular Risk in Adult FASD its Impact on
Prefrontal Cortical Functioning
JULIE A KABLE EMORY UNIVERSITY $185,250 2018-09-26 to
2020-08-31
11 Wireless High-Density Diffuse Optical Tomography for
Decoding Brain Activity
JOSEPH P CULVER WASHINGTON
UNIVERSITY
$1,361,434 2018-09-24 to
2022-06-30
12 Next-generation optical brain functional imaging
platform
QIANQIAN FANG NORTHEASTERN
UNIVERSITY
$869,972 2018-09-21 to
2020-07-31
13 How infants use the affiliations
of their caregivers to evaluate others
ASHLEY
J. THOMAS
HARVARD
UNIVERSITY
$73,496 2018-09-01
to 2021-08-31
14 Restoring Central Motor Control to Improve Community
Mobility of Older Adults
ANDREA L ROSSO UNIVERSITY OF
PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH
$1,296,029 2018-09-01 to
2022-05-31
15 Dyadic Synchrony as a Mechanism of Parent-Child
Interaction Therapy (PCIT): A Neuroscience-Based Approach
SUSAN B PERLMAN UNIVERSITY OF
PITTSBURGH
$446,012 2018-08-13 to
2020-06-30
16 Impact of heritage language on bilingual children’s
path to English literacy
IOULIA KOVELMAN UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR
$745,770 2018-07-02 to
2023-04-30
17 Academy of Aphasia Research and Training Symposium SWATHI KIRAN BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(CHARLES RIVER CAMPUS)
$79,878 2018-07-01 to
2023-06-30
18 Tinnitus and Auditory Cortex; Using Adapted Functional
Near-Infrared-Spectroscopy to Expand Brain Imaging in Humans
GREGORY JOSEPH
BASURA
UNIVERSITY OF
MICHIGAN AT ANN ARBOR
$411,322 2018-05-01 to
2020-04-30
19 Supraspinal Control of Human Locomotor Adaptation DANIEL P FERRIS UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA $821,947 2018-04-01 to
2023-03-31
20 Neural mechanisms of live joint attentionin autism
spectrum disorders: an fNIRS hyperscanning investigation
SWETHASRI DRAVIDA YALE UNIVERSITY $76,428 2018-02-16 to
2021-02-15
21 Establishing an fNIRS Ecosystem for Open
Software-Hardware Dissemination
DAVID A BOAS BOSTON UNIVERSITY
(CHARLES RIVER CAMPUS)
$671,936 2018-01-01 to
2021-12-31
22 Gated Diffuse Correlation Spectroscopy for functional
imaging of the human brain
MARIA ANGELA
FRANCESCHINI
MASSACHUSETTS
GENERAL HOSPITAL
$1,014,294 2017-09-25 to
2019-07-31
23 Tracking neurocognitive changes during evidence-based
reading instruction in typically and atypically developing children
KENNETH R. PUGH HASKINS
LABORATORIES, INC
$1,654,050 2017-09-11 to
2022-06-30
24 Perioperative Measures of Nociception using NIRS DAVID BORSOOK BOSTON CHILDREN’S
HOSPITAL
$1,164,620 2017-09-01 to
2021-07-31
25 Neural and behavioral correlates
of deliberate emotion regulation in early childhood: testing unique links to
emerging irritability
ADAM GRABELL UNIVERSITY OF
MASSACHUSETTS AMHERST
$346,876 2017-09-01 to
2022-08-31
26 Advancing a novel portable detection method for
cannabis intoxication
MELISSA CULHANE
MARAVIC
BRAIN SOLUTIONS,
LLC
$956,762 2017-08-15 to
2018-07-31
27 Transcranial laser stimulation of prefrontal metabolism
in post-traumatic stress disorder
FENGHUA TIAN UNIVERSITY OF
TEXAS ARLINGTON
$419,625 2017-08-01 to
2019-07-31
28 Combining tDCS and neurorehabilitation to treat
age-related deficits of mobility and cognition
DAVID J. CLARK UNIVERSITY OF
FLORIDA
$407,204 2017-06-01 to
2019-05-31
29 Brain-to-brain dynamical Coupling: A New framework for
the communication of social knowledge
URI HASSON PRINCETON
UNIVERSITY
$1,526,159 2017-04-01 to
2022-03-31
30 Speaker-listener coupling: a novel neural approach for
assessing communication
URI HASSON PRINCETON
UNIVERSITY
$3,402,001 2016-09-30 to
2021-07-31
31 Neural Mechanisms for Social Interactions and Eye
Contact in ASD
JOY HIRSCH YALE UNIVERSITY $2,628,305 2016-09-26 to
2021-06-30
32 Long-term sequelae of early life pesticide exposure in
the CHAMACOS birth cohort
BRENDA ESKENAZI UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA BERKELEY
$2,594,102 2016-09-21 to
2018-08-31
33 Long-term sequelae of early life pesticide exposure in
the CHAMACOS birth cohort
BRENDA ESKENAZI UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA BERKELEY
$499,989 2016-09-21 to
2021-03-31
34 Individual differences in cochlear implant users’
audiovisual integration and links to speech proficiency
ILIZA MYERS
BUTERA
VANDERBILT
UNIVERSITY
$86,136 2016-09-01 to
2019-08-31
35 Environmental Challenges and the Aging Brain:
Implications for Community Mobility
ANDREA L ROSSO UNIVERSITY OF
PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH
489,208 2016-09-01 to
2020-05-31
36 Probabilistic computation in the cortex of the
developing human brain
RICHARD ASLIN UNIVERSITY OF
ROCHESTER
$361,528 2016-08-02 to
2017-07-31
37 Neural Systems For Infant Sensitivity to Phonological
Rhythmic-Temporal Patterning
ADAM STONE GALLAUDET
UNIVERSITY
$43,576 2016-08-01 to
2017-07-31
38 Non-invasive optical detection of cerebral hemodynamics
and metabolic transients
SERGIO FANTINI TUFTS UNIVERSITY
MEDFORD
$400,988 2016-06-01 to
2018-05-31
39 Neural basis of local and circuit-level spontaneous and
task-evoked hemodynamic brain activity
AVNIEL S GHUMAN UNIVERSITY OF
PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH
$423,500 2016-05-01 to
2018-04-30
40 Upgrade to 3 Tesla MRI scanner for brain imaging at MIT JOHN GABRIELI MASSACHUSETTS
INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
$600,000 2016-04-01 to
2017-03-31
41 ETG-4000 Optical Topography System ANJANA NARAYAN
BHAT
UNIVERSITY OF
DELAWARE
$528,298 2016-02-01 to
2017-01-31
42 Infant Social Development: From Brain to Behavior NICOLE M MCDONALD UNIVERSITY OF
CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES
$172,971 2015-11-16 to
2018-11-15
43 Obesity, Stress, and Neuromuscular Function in the
Elderly
RANJANA MEHTA TEXAS A $347,527 2015-09-15 to
2018-08-31
44 From Irritability to Impairment:
How Neurodevelopment of Executive Function and Parent-Child Neural Synchrony
Influence the Transition from Normal to Abnormal Functioning
SUSAN B PERLMAN UNIVERSITY OF
PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH
$2,374,755 2015-09-15 to
2020-06-30
45 Mechanisms of Interpersonal Social Communication:
Dual-Brain fNIRS Investigation
JOY HIRSCH YALE UNIVERSITY $2,063,155 2015-09-01 to
2020-05-31
46 Neural Correlates of Biological Motion Perception in
Children with ASD
FREDERICK SHIC YALE UNIVERSITY $705,552 2015-04-17 to
2019-03-31
47 Central and Peripheral Dynamics of Speech Production in
Children Who Stutter
BRIDGET M WALSH PURDUE UNIVERSITY $462,000 2014-04-01 to
2017-03-31
48 Multisite RCT of 3 Neurorehabilitation Therapies for
Infants with Asymmetrical CP
SHARON LANDESMAN
RAMEY
VIRGINIA
POLYTECHNIC INST AND ST UNIV
$2,965,975 2014-03-01 to
2018-02-28
49 A Study of Preschool Irritability: Brain Imaging in the
Clinic Setting
SUSAN B PERLMAN UNIVERSITY OF
PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH
$406,550 2014-02-17 to
2016-01-31
50 Biological and neural mechanisms of falls JOE VERGHESE ALBERT EINSTEIN
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE
$3,643,940 2013-09-01 to
2018-05-31
51 Optimal neural and behavioral markers for learning to
learn during infancy
RACHEL WU UNIVERSITY OF
ROCHESTER
$147,717 2012-08-01 to
2015-07-31
52 Brain Imaging plus Urodynamics to Investigate the
Brain’s Control of the Bladder
WERNER SCHAEFER UNIVERSITY OF
PITTSBURGH AT PITTSBURGH
$124,230 2011-08-15 to
2013-07-31
53 Central Control of Mobility in Aging ROEE HOLTZER ALBERT EINSTEIN
COLLEGE OF MEDICIN
$3,257,440 2011-03-01 to
2016-02-29
54 fNIRS System to Further Research on Neurodevelopmental
Disorders
KEVIN A. PELPHREY YALE UNIVERSITY $444,700 2010-07-17 to
2011-10-16
55 Neuroimaging of the Development of Neural Mechanisms
Social Cognition
KEVIN A. PELPHREY YALE UNIVERSITY $235,145 2009-08-01 to
2011-07-31
56 The Development and Neural Bases of Emotion Processing CHARLES ALEXANDER
NELSON
CHILDREN’S
HOSPITAL CORPORATION
$6,513,801 1995-05-01 to
2017-02-28
57 Developmental trajectory of anxiety, avoidance, and
arousal in girls with the FMR1 full mutation
ALLAN L REISS STANFORD
UNIVERSITY
$2,214,537 1993-07-01 to
2022-02-28
58 Functional and Structural Optical Brain Imaging AMIR H
GANDJBAKHCHE
EUNICE KENNEDY
SHRIVER NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
$1,836,240
59 Quantitative Biophotonics for Tissue Characterization
and Function
AMIR H
GANDJBAKHCHE
EUNICE KENNEDY
SHRIVER NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
$741,019

The above table is compiled by Peng Zhang of Tianjin Normal University and Can Zhang from Shanghai International Studies University. The data is provided by Stork NIH Grant Database. The database can inspire us to write our own funding application, let us keep abreast of the latest scientific research in the United States, and find opportunities for collaboration.

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