Programs and Grants prior to 2000


Programs and Grants prior to 2000


     Searched for: 1996
     Search Results: 39


Grantee / ResearcherGrant Details

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

The Role of RNA Polymerase II in the Cell's Response to DNA Damage


Bucknell University
Andrea R. Halpern



Carnegie Mellon University
David Klahr
Integrating Instruction on a 'Control of Variables Strategy' into the Elementary School Science Curriculum


Carnegie Mellon University
Bruce McCandliss



Carnegie Mellon University
Tai Sing Lee



Carnegie Mellon University & University of Pittsbur
Marcel A. Just
Neurocognitive remediation of Aphasic Language Understanding


Columbia University

The Genetic Analysis of Sporadic Breasts Cancer


Duke University
David C. Rubin



Edinburgh University
Keith Stenning
Integrating Social and Representational Aspects of Problem Solving Across the High School Curriculum


Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

G1 Regulation in Normal and Geoplastic Cell Cycles


Georgia Institute of Technology
Janet Kolodner
Scaffolding Learning by Design: An Exploration of the Metacognitive Skills Needed to Successfully Negotiate and Learn from Op


John P. Robarts Research Institute
Ravi S. Menon



Massachusetts General Hospital
Janine D. Mendola



Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute
John Whyte
Remediation of Attention Deficits Following Stroke and Traumatic Brain Injury


Northwestern University
Darren R. Gitelman



Rotman Research Institute
Fergus I.M. Craik
Rehabilitation of Memory: A Cognitive, Imaging and Behavioral Approach


Rotman Research Institute
Donald T. Stuss
Development of a Multidisciplinary Cognitive Rehabilitationilitation Research Team: Executive dysfunction and memory disorders


Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Anne Sereno



Stanford University
Russell A. Poldrack



Trinity College
Sarah A. Raskin
Prospective Memory Training Following Traumatic Brain Injury


University of Alabama at Birmingham
Timothy J. Gawne



University of California - Davis
Kathleen Baynes
The Use of Multiple Representations in Rehabilitation


University of California - Las Angeles

Regulation of Ca2+ Signaling in Hematopoietic Cells by Btk Family of Kinases


University of California - San Diego, & New Bulgarian University
Elizabeth Bates
Cross-linguistic Studies of Aphasia in Eastern Europe


University of Chicago

T Cell Activation and Differentiation in Response to Defined Tumor Antigens: Characterization of Costimulatory Requirments an


University of Chicago
Jack D. Cowan



University of Colorado
Gerhard Fischer
Allowing Learners to be Articulate: Incorporating Automated Text Evaluation into Collaborative Software Environments


University of Massachusetts
Sasch E. Engelbrecht



University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Annemarie S. Palincsar
Investigating and Teaching Reading to Learn to Promote Scientific Literacy in Guided Inquiry Science Instruction


University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Charles M. Butter
Treatment for Unilateral Spatial Neglect after Stroke


University of Oregon
McKay Sohlberg
Pilot Project on Cognitive Rehabilitationilitation of Attentional Disorders


University of Pennsylvania
Sharon L. Thompson-Schill



University of Pittsburgh
Charles Perfetti
Document Supported History Instruction


University of Rochester
Robert A. Jacobs



University of Rochester Medical Center
William H. Merigan



University of Southern California
W. Jake Jacobs



University of Southern California & Albert Szent-Gy
Irving Biederman
Neural and Psychophysical Studies of Shape representation in the Ventral Pathway of the Macaque


University of Washington
George A. Ojemann



Washington University School of Medicine
Robert E. Hanlon
Effects of Contextual Interference on Learning and Retention of Functional Skills following Acquired Brain Damage: Implicatio