Cleveland State University

Office of Research

2010-2011 Dissertation Research Award (DRA) - Award Recipients

Yeonyeobe Lee
Department of Operations and Supply Chain Management
Monte Ahuja College of Business
$3,000.00

The study on the dynamic decision-making patterns in supply chain process according to the degree of need for cognitive closure (NFCC)


Dana L. Frank
Department of Biological, Geological, and Environmental Sciences
College of Sciences and Health Professions
$3,000.00

Biofeedback in the Treatment of Heart Failure


Xin Yi
Department of Chemistry
College of Sciences and Health Professions
$3,000.00

The biological role of Rnase L in iron deficiency and erythropoiesis


Ali Goorchian
Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Washkewicz College of Engineering
$3,000.00

New approaches to design, construction and characterize soluble Elastin Like Polypeptide constructs and their application


Darryl Mason
Department of Urban Studies
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
$3,000.00

Parent/Teacher Perceptions of the factors that interfere with procuctive parent/teacher relationships in Urban Schools


Sushma Srivivas
Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Washkewicz College of Engineering
$3,000.00

Multiresolution analysis of intravascular ultrasound harmonic signals to image vulnerable plaque


Chamari Kiribandage
Department of Chemistry
College of Sciences and Health Professions
$3,000.00

Proteomic approaches to investigate molecularmechanisms ofmetal accumulation in plants with focus on arsenic


Xiaohan Cai
Department of Chemistry
College of Sciences and Health Professions
$3,000.00

Proteomics study for potential biomarkes of ovarian cancer


Changshik Song
Department of Urban Studies
Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs
$3,000.00

Effects of Metropolitan Spatial Structure on Environmental Quality in US Metropolitan areas


Uma Numburi
Department of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Washkewicz College of Engineering
$3,000.00

3D Imaging for planning of minimally invasive surgical procedures


Simuli L. Wabuyele
Department of Chemistry
College of Sciences and Health Professions
$3,000.00

Development of Quantitative Analytical methods for Analysis of Potential Anticancer Agents