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USDA1000003(N/A)10001000003
BIOLOGY, IMPACT, AND MANAGEMENT OF SOYBEAN INSECT PESTS IN SOYBEAN PRODUCTION SYSTEMS.
NEWAnnual(N/A)NC01055(N/A)S-105510/1/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000003-biology-impact-and-management-of-soybean-insect-pests-in-soybean-production-systems.html
1000003
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)70%30%70%(N/A)1000003Reisig, D.NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV(N/A)RALEIGH,NC 27695Entomology
3
USDA1000008(N/A)10001000008
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)NEB31-138(N/A)S-10565/20/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000008-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000008
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%0%50%50%1000008
Thippareddi, HA.
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA(N/A)LINCOLN,NE 68583
Food Science and Technology
4
USDA1000011(N/A)10001000011
EPIDEMIOLOGIC AND TOXICOLOGIC DISEASE INVESTIGATIONS IN VIRGINIA
NEWAnnual(N/A)VA.135999(N/A)(N/A)5/31/20133/31/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000011-epidemiologic-and-toxicologic-disease-investigations-in-virginia.html
1000011
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)40%60%40%(N/A)1000011Avery, R.VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE(N/A)
BLACKSBURG,VA 24061
College of Vet Medicine
5
USDA1000025(N/A)10001000025
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF ARTHROPOD PESTS AND WEEDS
NEWAnnual(N/A)ARK02394(N/A)S-10587/17/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000025-biological-control-of-arthropod-pests-and-weeds.html
1000025
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%40%50%10%1000025Kring, TI.UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS(N/A)
FAYETTEVILLE,AR 72703
Entomology
6
USDA1000028(N/A)11001000028
HIGH THROUGHPUT, RAPID, FOODBORNE PATHOGEN SCREENING
NEWAnnual(N/A)IND011634H(N/A)(N/A)10/1/20139/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000028-high-throughput-rapid-foodborne-pathogen-screening.html
1000028
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)30%60%30%10%1000028Bhunia, A.PURDUE UNIVERSITY(N/A)
WEST LAFAYETTE,IN 47907
Food Science
7
USDA1000035(N/A)10001000035
ALGAL BIOLOGY, ECOLOGY, MANAGEMENT AND UTILIZATION
NEWAnnual(N/A)
FLA-FOR-005254
(N/A)(N/A)8/3/20135/31/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000035-algal-biology-ecology-management-and-utilization.html
1000035
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%30%50%20%1000035Phlips, E.UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
G022 MCCARTY HALL
GAINESVILLE,FL 32611
Forest Resources and Conservation
8
USDA1000037(N/A)10001000037
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)WIS01707(N/A)S-105610/1/20139/30/2014
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000037-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000037
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000037Ingham, B.UNIV OF WISCONSIN
21 N PARK ST STE 6401
MADISON,WI 53715-1218
Food Science
9
USDA1000042(N/A)10001000042
REGULATION OF PHOTOSYNTHETIC PROCESSES
NEWAnnual(N/A)KS1200(N/A)NC-12005/29/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000042-regulation-of-photosynthetic-processes.html
1000042
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%50%50%(N/A)1000042Aiken, R, .KANSAS STATE UNIV(N/A)MANHATTAN,KS 66506
KSU NW Agriculture Research Center
10
USDA1000058(N/A)10001000058
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)SC-1700467(N/A)S-10567/9/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000058-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000058
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)60%20%60%20%1000058Dawson, P.CLEMSON UNIVERSITY(N/A)CLEMSON,SC 29634
Food, Nutrition, and Packaging Sciences
11
USDA1000071(N/A)10001000071
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)TEX02056(N/A)S-105611/7/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000071-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000071
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000071Taylor, T, MA.TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
750 AGRONOMY RD STE 2701
COLLEGE STATION,TX 77843-0001
Animal Science
12
USDA1000076(N/A)10001000076
BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF ARTHROPOD PESTS AND WEEDS
NEWAnnual(N/A)KY008062(N/A)S-10587/17/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000076-biological-control-of-arthropod-pests-and-weeds.html
1000076
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%50%50%(N/A)1000076Yeargan, K.UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
500 S LIMESTONE 109 KINKEAD HALL
LEXINGTON,KY 40526-0001
Entomology
13
USDA1000082(N/A)10001000082
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)VA.136275(N/A)S-10567/1/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000082-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000082
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)60%20%60%20%1000082Eifert, JO.VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE(N/A)
BLACKSBURG,VA 24061
Food Science and Technology
14
USDA1000091(N/A)11001000091
MASTITIS RESISTANCE TO ENHANCE DAIRY FOOD SAFETY
NEWAnnual(N/A)NYC-478858(N/A)NE-104810/1/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000091-mastitis-resistance-to-enhance-dairy-food-safety.html
1000091
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%50%50%(N/A)1000091Moroni, PA.CORNELL UNIVERSITY(N/A)ITHACA,NY 14853
Vet Quality Milk Promotion Services
15
USDA1000106(N/A)10001000106
RESEARCH AND ACTION FOR EMPOWERING RESIDENTS OF FOOD DESERTS
NEWAnnual(N/A)
NC.X281-5-14-531-1
(N/A)(N/A)10/1/20139/30/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000106-research-and-action-for-empowering-residents-of-food-deserts.html
1000106
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
EVANS-ALLEN(N/A)25%75%25%(N/A)1000106Thomas, TE, .NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIV
1601 EAST MARKET STREET
GREENSBORO,NC 27411
AGRIBUSINESS, APPLIED ECONOMICS, AND AGRISCIENCE EDUCATIO
16
USDA1000123(N/A)11001000123
INVESTIGATING THE POTENTIAL BENEFICIAL HEALTH EFFECTS OF GRAPE SEED EXTRACTS FROM NEVADA GROWN GRAPES
NEWAnnual(N/A)NEV00749(N/A)(N/A)9/9/20136/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000123-investigating-the-potential-beneficial-health-effects-of-grape-seed-extracts-from-nevada-grown-grapes.html
1000123
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000123Ricketts, M.UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA(N/A)RENO,NV 89557
Ag Nutrition and Vet Sciences
17
USDA1000140(N/A)10001000140
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)PEN04528(N/A)S-10567/1/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000140-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000140
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%50%50%0%1000140Cutter, CA.PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
208 MUELLER LABORATORY
UNIVERSITY PARK,PA 16802
Food Science
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USDA1000155
2011-67011-21100
10001000155
AN INTEGRATED ECONOMIC STUDY OF U.S. FOOD SAFETY ISSUES FROM IMPORTED FOOD PRODUCTS.
TERMINATEDAnnual
2011-67011-21100
MICL084762013-02556(N/A)1/1/201312/31/2013
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000155-an-integrated-economic-study-of-us-food-safety-issues-from-imported-food-products.html
1000155
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A710150%50%50%(N/A)1000155Ortega, D.MICHIGAN STATE UNIV(N/A)
EAST LANSING,MI 48824
Ag., Food, and Resource Economic
19
USDA1000157(N/A)10001000157
INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR MICROBIAL AND CHEMICAL FOOD SAFETY, AND UTILIZATION OF PHYTOCHEMICAL-RICH BY-PRODUCTS FROM FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
NEWAnnual(N/A)ME021408(N/A)(N/A)10/1/20139/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000157-integrated-approach-for-microbial-and-chemical-food-safety-and-utilization-of-phytochemical-rich-by-products-from-fruits-and-vegetables.html
1000157
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)30%60%30%10%1000157Nayak, BA, .UNIVERSITY OF MAINE(N/A)ORONO,ME 04469
School of Food and Agriculture
20
USDA1000175
2013-67012-21093
10001000175
INFLUENCE OF POTATO LEAFROLL VIRUS ON MYZUS PERSICAE-POTATO INTERACTIONS
NEWAnnual
2013-67012-21093
NY.W-2013-03265
2013-03265(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000175-influence-of-potato-leafroll-virus-on-myzus-persicae-potato-interactions.html
1000175
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A720150%50%50%(N/A)1000175Casteel, C. L.BOYCE THOMPSON INSTITUTETOWER ROADITHACA,NY 14853(N/A)
21
USDA1000178(N/A)10001000178
WHOLE FARM DAIRY AND BEEF SYSTEMS: GASEOUS EMISSIONS, P MANAGEMENT, ORGANIC PRODUCTION, AND PASTURE BASED PRODUCTION
NEWAnnual(N/A)NYC-478859(N/A)NE-104410/1/20139/30/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000178-whole-farm-dairy-and-beef-systems-gaseous-emissions-p-management-organic-production-and-pasture-based-production.html
1000178
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000178
Mohammed, HU, .
CORNELL UNIVERSITY(N/A)ITHACA,NY 14853
Vet Population Medicine and Diagnostic Science
22
USDA1000204(N/A)10001000204
EFFICACY OF NUTRITIONAL LABELING AND ITS CONTRIBUTIONS TO SENSORY ACCEPTABILITY AND FOOD CHOICE
NEWAnnual(N/A)ILLU-698-358(N/A)(N/A)10/1/20139/30/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000204-efficacy-of-nutritional-labeling-and-its-contributions-to-sensory-acceptability-and-food-choice.html
1000204
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)30%40%30%30%1000204Lee, S.UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
2001 S. Lincoln Ave.
URBANA,IL 61801
Food Science and Human Nutrition
23
USDA1000207
2013-67012-21129
10001000207
THE FUNCTION AND REGULATION OF OBLIGATE SYMBIOSES DURING ENVIRONMENTAL ADAPTATION OF PESTIFEROUS SPECIES
NEWAnnual
2013-67012-21129
TEXW-2013-03420
2013-03420(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000207-the-function-and-regulation-of-obligate-symbioses-during-environmental-adaptation-of-pestiferous-species.html
1000207
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A720115%70%15%15%1000207Bennett, G. M.THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
101 EAST 27TH STREET STE 4308
AUSTIN,TX 78712-1500
Section of Integrative Biology
24
USDA1000237
2013-67012-21020
10001000237
POPULATION GENOMICS OF STREPTOCOCCUS AGALACTIAE FROM INFECTED BOVINE AND FISH SOURCES
NEWAnnual
2013-67012-21020
NYCVRichards2013-03231(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000237-population-genomics-of-streptococcus-agalactiae-from-infected-bovine-and-fish-sources.html
1000237
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A7201(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000237Richards, V. P.CORNELL UNIVERSITY(N/A)ITHACA,NY 14853Pop. Med. and Diag. Sci.
25
USDA1000242
2013-51150-20912
10001000242
THE NORTHEAST REGIONAL CENTER FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT - 2013
NEWAnnual
2013-51150-20912
PEN045302013-04558(N/A)7/15/20137/14/2014
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000242-the-northeast-regional-center-for-rural-development--2013.html
1000242
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
OTHER GRANTSUU.R85%15%85%(N/A)1000242Goetz, S. J.PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
208 MUELLER LABORATORY
UNIVERSITY PARK,PA 16802
Agricultural Economics, Sociol
26
USDA1000261
2013-67012-21012
10001000261
IDENTIFICATION OF AVIAN-RESTRICTED, TEMPERATURE REGULATED LOCI IN NON-TYPHOID SALMONELLA AND THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO CHICKEN COLONIZATION
NEWAnnual
2013-67012-21012
NC092512013-03204(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000261-identification-of-avian-restricted-temperature-regulated-loci-in-non-typhoid-salmonella-and-their-contributions-to-chicken-colonization.html
1000261
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A720120%80%20%0%1000261Troxell, B.NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV(N/A)RALEIGH,NC 27695
Microbiology and Immunology
27
USDA1000274
2013-67012-21021
10001000274
TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE ANIMAL AGRICULTURE: AN INTEGRATED WET SCRUBBER AND ALGAL CULTIVATION SYSTEM FOR AIR EMISSION MITIGATION AND VALUE-ADDED
NEWAnnual
2013-67012-21021
MICL050772013-03371(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000274-towards-sustainable-animal-agriculture-an-integrated-wet-scrubber-and-algal-cultivation-system-for-air-emission-mitigation-and-value-added.html
1000274
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A720140%50%40%10%1000274Li, Q.MICHIGAN STATE UNIV(N/A)
EAST LANSING,MI 48824
Animal Science
28
USDA1000277(N/A)10001000277
APPLICATION OF NANOCELLULOSE AND ENZYME INHIBITORS AS DIETARY INTERVENTIONS FOR HEALTH BENEFITS
NEWAnnual(N/A)GEOGEO00715(N/A)(N/A)11/18/20136/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000277-application-of-nanocellulose-and-enzyme-inhibitors-as-dietary-interventions-for-health-benefits.html
1000277
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)40%20%40%40%1000277kong, FA, .UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
200 D.W. BROOKS DR
ATHENS,GA 30602-5016
Food Science and Technology
29
USDA1000304(N/A)10001000304
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)
TEN00435 S1056
(N/A)S-10567/15/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000304-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000304
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)70%30%70%0%1000304Davidson, P., .UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
2621 MORGAN CIR
KNOXVILLE,TN 37996-4540
Food Science and Technology
30
USDA1000323
2013-33610-21038
10001000323
LED LIGHTING FOR MAXIMIZING QUALITY PARAMETERS IN SPECIALTY CROP PRODUCTION-PHASE II
NEWAnnual
2013-33610-21038
WISK-2013-03924
2013-03924(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000323-led-lighting-for-maximizing-quality-parameters-in-specialty-crop-production-phase-ii.html
1000323
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
SMALL BUSINESS
8.570%5%70%25%1000323Morrow, R. C.ORBITAL TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION
1212 FOURIER DRIVE
MADISON,WI 53717(N/A)
31
USDA1000362(N/A)10001000362
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)DEL00726(N/A)S-105610/1/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000362-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000362
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%50%50%(N/A)1000362Joerger, R, .UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE(N/A)NEWARK,DE 19717Animal And Food Sciences
32
USDA1000368(N/A)10001000368
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)MIN-18-021(N/A)S-10567/16/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000368-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000368
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)70%20%70%10%1000368
Diez-Gonzalez, FR.
UNIV OF MINNESOTA(N/A)ST PAUL,MN 55108Food Science and Nutrition
33
USDA1000386
2013-67011-21019
10001000386
CYTOTOXIC T LYMPHOCYTE MARKERS IN CHANNEL CATFISH, ICTALURUS PUNCTATUS
NEWAnnual
2013-67011-21019
MISW-2013-03407
2013-03407(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000386-cytotoxic-t-lymphocyte-markers-in-channel-catfish-ictalurus-punctatus.html
1000386
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A7101(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000386Taylor, E. B.
UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI MEDICAL CENTER
2500 NORTH STATE STREET
JACKSON,MS 39216Microbiology
34
USDA1000387
2014-67012-21565
10001000387
METEOROLOGICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS LEADING TO INCREASES IN VIRULENT VIBRIO VULNIFICUS ABUNDANCES IN SHELLFISH
NEWAnnual
2014-67012-21565
NC.W-2013-03285
2013-03285(N/A)1/1/201412/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000387-meteorological-and-environmental-conditions-leading-to-increases-in-virulent-vibrio-vulnificus-abundances-in-shellfish.html
1000387
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A720110%65%10%25%1000387Froelich, B.UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA(N/A)
CHAPEL HILL,NC 27514
Institute of Marine Sciences
35
USDA1000408(N/A)10001000408
ASSESSING FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO FOOD SAFETY CULTURE IN RETAIL FOOD ESTABLISHMENTS AND DEVELOPING TRAINING TOOLS
NEWAnnual(N/A)OHO01310(N/A)(N/A)10/31/20139/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000408-assessing-factors-contributing-to-food-safety-culture-in-retail-food-establishments-and-developing-training-tools.html
1000408
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%10%50%40%1000408Binkley, M.OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
1680 MADISON AVENUE
WOOSTER,OH 44691College of Human Ecology
36
USDA1000431(N/A)10001000431
ENHANCEMENT OF SOYBEAN SEEDS WITH NUTRACEUTICAL CAROTENOIDS FOR AN AGING AMERICAN POPULATION VIA METABOLIC ENGINEERING OF THE ISOPRENOID BIOSYNTHESIS PATHWAY
NEWAnnual(N/A)
ARZT-1360960-H25-237
(N/A)(N/A)10/1/20139/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000431-enhancement-of-soybean-seeds-with-nutraceutical-carotenoids-for-an-aging-american-population-via-metabolic-engineering-of-the-isoprenoid-biosynthesis-pathway.html
1000431
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%50%50%(N/A)1000431Schmidt, MO, .UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA(N/A)TUCSON,AZ 85721Plant Science
37
USDA1000434
2013-67011-21111
10001000434
THE SELFISH GENETIC ELEMENT MEDEA AS A MECHANISM FOR SUPPRESSING ARTHROPOD-VECTORED AGRICULTURAL DISEASES
NEWAnnual
2013-67011-21111
NC092522013-03142(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2014
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000434-the-selfish-genetic-element-medea-as-a-mechanism-for-suppressing-arthropod-vectored-agricultural-diseases.html
1000434
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A7101(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000434Cash, S. A.NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV(N/A)RALEIGH,NC 27695Genetics
38
USDA1000436(N/A)10001000436
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)MICL04106(N/A)S-105610/1/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000436-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000436
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)60%20%60%20%1000436Ryser, EL.MICHIGAN STATE UNIV(N/A)
EAST LANSING,MI 48824
Food Science
39
USDA1000446
2013-33610-21190
10001000446
DEVELOPMENT OF A MODULAR SUBMERSIBLE MUSSEL RAFT FOR USE IN SEMI-EXPOSED MAINE WATERS SUBJECT TO DRIFT ICE
NEWAnnual
2013-33610-21190
ME.K-2013-02677
2013-02677(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000446-development-of-a-modular-submersible-mussel-raft-for-use-in-semi-exposed-maine-waters-subject-to-drift-ice.html
1000446
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
SMALL BUSINESS
8.790%10%90%(N/A)1000446Newell, C.Pemaquid Mussel Farms, LLCP.O. Box 1255
Damariscotta,ME 04543
R+D
40
USDA1000475
2013-67021-21075
10001000475
A NOVEL INTERVENTION NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR FRESH PRODUCE SURFACE DISINFECTION USING ENGINEERED WATER NANOSTRUCTURES.
NEWAnnual
2013-67021-21075
MASW-2013-01614
2013-01614(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000475-a-novel-intervention-nanotechnology-for-fresh-produce-surface-disinfection-using-engineered-water-nanostructures.html
1000475
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A151160%30%60%10%1000475
Demokritou, P. K.
HARVARD COLLEGE, PRESIDENT & FELLOWS OF
677 HUNTINGTON AVE
BOSTON,MA 021156028
EH-Molecular+IntegrativePhysio
41
USDA1000484
2013-69003-21293
10001000484
SAFEGUARD FRESH AND FRESH-CUT VEGETABLES IN SITU THROUGH ANTI-PATHOGEN ENDOPHYTIC BACILLUS SUBTILIS
NEWAnnual
2013-69003-21293
MOLUZhengAFRI_A
2012-04267(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000484-safeguard-fresh-and-fresh-cut-vegetables-in-situ-through-anti-pathogen-endophytic-bacillus-subtilis.html
1000484
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A418130%20%30%50%1000484Zheng, G.LINCOLN UNIVERSITY(N/A)
JEFFERSON CITY,MO 65101
AGRICULTURE and ENVIRONMENTAL
42
USDA1000497(N/A)10001000497
THE MONITORING AND ANALYSIS OF CLIMATE
NEWAnnual(N/A)MIN-25-021(N/A)(N/A)7/23/20136/30/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000497-the-monitoring-and-analysis-of-climate.html
1000497
State Agricultural Experiment Station
STATE(N/A)15%70%15%15%1000497Griffis, TI.UNIV OF MINNESOTA(N/A)ST PAUL,MN 55108Soil, Water, and Climate
43
USDA1000502
2013-68003-21279
11001000502
FOOD SAFETY EDUCATION AND BEHAVIORAL CHANGES AMONG DEAF AND HARD-OF-HEARING POPULATION: A MODEL STUDY
NEWAnnual
2013-68003-21279
IDA01204-CG2012-04292(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000502-food-safety-education-and-behavioral-changes-among-deaf-and-hard-of-hearing-population-a-model-study.html
1000502
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A4181100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000502Ryu, D.UNIV OF IDAHO(N/A)MOSCOW,ID 83843(N/A)
44
USDA1000533
2014-67017-21707
10001000533
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS UNDERLYING SALMONELLA ATTACHMENT TO FRUITS AND NUTS
NEWAnnual
2014-67017-21707
ILLW-2013-02044
2013-02044(N/A)12/15/201312/14/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000533-molecular-mechanisms-underlying-salmonella-attachment-to-fruits-and-nuts.html
1000533
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A1331(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000533Zhang, W.U.S. Food and Drug Administration
6502 S Archer Road
Bedford Park,IL 60501
Inst. for Food Safety and Health
45
USDA1000542
2013-67011-21117
10001000542
IDENTIFICATION OF PERSISTENT FOODBORNE BACTERIAL PATHOGENS FROM ENVIRONMENTAL SAMPLING RESULTS WITH STATISTICAL AND WHOLE GENOME ANALYSES
NEWAnnual
2013-67011-21117
NYC-1435742013-03273(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000542-identification-of-persistent-foodborne-bacterial-pathogens-from-environmental-sampling-results-with-statistical-and-whole-genome-analyses.html
1000542
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A710150%20%50%30%1000542Stasiewicz, M.CORNELL UNIVERSITY(N/A)ITHACA,NY 14853Food Science
46
USDA1000549(N/A)10001000549
ENHANCING THE INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES OF LACTOBACILLUS CASEI
NEWAnnual(N/A)UTA01142(N/A)(N/A)12/6/20136/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000549-enhancing-the-industrial-properties-of-lactobacillus-casei.html
1000549
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%40%50%10%1000549Broadbent, JE.UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY(N/A)LOGAN,UT 84322
Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences
47
USDA1000559(N/A)10001000559
REGULATION OF MICROBIAL GROWTH EFFICIENCY IN RANGELAND SOILS
NEWAnnual(N/A)UTA01132(N/A)(N/A)8/28/20136/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000559-regulation-of-microbial-growth-efficiency-in-rangeland-soils.html
1000559
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000559Stark, J.UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY(N/A)LOGAN,UT 84322Biology
48
USDA1000564(N/A)10001000564
REGULATION OF CELLULAR APOPTOSIS AND SURVIVAL IN THE BOVINE MAMMARY GLAND
NEWAnnual(N/A)NJ06165(N/A)(N/A)9/6/20138/31/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000564-regulation-of-cellular-apoptosis-and-survival-in-the-bovine-mammary-gland.html
1000564
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000564Cohick, WE.
RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY
3 RUTGERS PLZA
NEW BRUNSWICK,NJ 08901-8559
Animal Science
49
USDA1000571
2014-67021-21597
11001000571
DEVELOPMENT OF CHITOSAN NANOPARTICLES TARGETING PATHOGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI IN BEEF AND DAIRY CATTLE
NEWAnnual
2014-67021-21597
FLAW-2013-01773
2013-01773(N/A)1/1/201412/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000571-development-of-chitosan-nanoparticles-targeting-pathogenic-escherichia-coli-in-beef-and-dairy-cattle.html
1000571
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A151150%50%50%(N/A)1000571Jeong, K. C.UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
207 GRINTER HALL
GAINESVILLE,FL 326115500
AG-ANIMAL SCIENCES
50
USDA1000593
2014-67017-21705
10001000593
MECHANISMS OF ATTACHMENT OF PATHOGENS TO SEEDS OF SELECTED VEGETABLE SPECIES AND WITH DIFFERENT SURFACE CHARACTERISTICS
NEWAnnual
2014-67017-21705
GEO-2013-02064
2013-02064(N/A)12/15/201312/14/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000593-mechanisms-of-attachment-of-pathogens-to-seeds-of-selected-vegetable-species-and-with-different-surface-characteristics.html
1000593
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A133130%60%30%10%1000593CHEN, J.UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
200 D.W. BROOKS DR
ATHENS,GA 30602-5016
FOOD SCI and TECHNOLOGY-GEORGIA
51
USDA1000600(N/A)10001000600
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)LAB94200(N/A)S-10567/30/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000600-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000600
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000600Janes, M.LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
202 HIMES HALL
BATON ROUGE,LA 70803-0100
School of Nutrition and Food Sciences
52
USDA1000601
2013-67011-21116
11001000601
ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF MYCOTOXIN EXPOSURE ON THE MATERNAL-FETAL DYAD
NEWAnnual
2013-67011-21116
NYC-3995752013-03169(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000601-assessing-the-effects-of-mycotoxin-exposure-on-the-maternal-fetal-dyad.html
1000601
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A7101100%0%100%0%1000601Smith, L. E.CORNELL UNIVERSITY(N/A)ITHACA,NY 14853Div. of Nutritional Sciences
53
USDA1000604
2013-67017-21222
11001000604
HYDRO-BIOPHYSICAL PROCESSES SHAPING MICROBIAL CONTAMINATION IN FRESH PRODUCE
NEWAnnual
2013-67017-21222
DEL007252013-02035(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000604-hydro-biophysical-processes-shaping-microbial-contamination-in-fresh-produce.html
1000604
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A1331(N/A)85%(N/A)15%1000604Jin, Y.UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE(N/A)NEWARK,DE 19717Plant and Soil Science
54
USDA1000614(N/A)10001000614
DEVELOPMENT OF COST EFFECTIVE PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES FOR THE CULTURE OF MONO AND MIXED MICROALGAE BIOMASS TO BE UTILIZED AS BIOFUELS AND BIO-PRODUCTS
NEWAnnual(N/A)TEX09559(N/A)(N/A)8/12/20137/29/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000614-development-of-cost-effective-production-techniques-for-the-culture-of-mono-and-mixed-microalgae-biomass-to-be-utilized-as-biofuels-and-bio-products.html
1000614
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)45%45%45%10%1000614Siccardi, AN, .TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
750 AGRONOMY RD STE 2701
COLLEGE STATION,TX 77843-0001
Corpus Christi-TAMU Agr Res
55
USDA1000620
2013-67012-21274
11001000620
RIBOSOMAL HIBERNATION AS A NOVEL BIOLOGICAL MECHANISM THAT PROMOTES LISTERIA PERSISTENCE DURING TREATMENT WITH ANTIBIOTICS AND DISINFECTANTS
NEWAnnual
2013-67012-21274
CA-B-MIC-0099-CG
2013-03462(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000620-ribosomal-hibernation-as-a-novel-biological-mechanism-that-promotes-listeria-persistence-during-treatment-with-antibiotics-and-disinfectants.html
1000620
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A7201(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000620McKay, S. L.UNIV OF CALIFORNIA(N/A)BERKELEY,CA 94720Molecular and Cell Biology
56
USDA1000621(N/A)10001000621
BACTERIOPHAGE BIOLOGY AND THE CONTROL OF PATHOGENIC BACTERIA
NEWAnnual(N/A)TEX09555(N/A)(N/A)9/10/20137/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000621-bacteriophage-biology-and-the-control-of-pathogenic-bacteria.html
1000621
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)10%50%10%40%1000621Gill, JA, J.TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
750 AGRONOMY RD STE 2701
COLLEGE STATION,TX 77843-0001
Animal Science
57
USDA1000626(N/A)10001000626
B AND T LYMPHOCYTE REPERTOIRES IN CHANNEL CATFISH - MEMORY CELLS AND VACCINES
TERMINATEDAnnual(N/A)GEOV0551(N/A)(N/A)9/30/201312/19/2013
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000626-b-and-t-lymphocyte-repertoires-in-channel-catfish--memory-cells-and-vaccines.html
1000626
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
ANIMAL HEALTH
(N/A)40%60%40%0%1000626Dickerson, H.UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
200 D.W. BROOKS DR
ATHENS,GA 30602-5016
Infectious Diseases
58
USDA1000630(N/A)10001000630
(P)PPGPP-MEDIATED ANTIBIOTIC TOLERANCE IN THE GRAM-POSITIVE BACTERIUM BACILLUS SUBTILIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)WIS01740(N/A)(N/A)9/10/20139/30/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000630-pppgpp-mediated-antibiotic-tolerance-in-the-gram-positive-bacterium-bacillus-subtilis.html
1000630
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000630Wang, JA, .UNIV OF WISCONSIN
21 N PARK ST STE 6401
MADISON,WI 53715-1218
Bacteriology
59
USDA1000633(N/A)10001000633
SUSTAINABLE ENERGY, MATERIAL AND BUSINESS SYSTEMS
NEWAnnual(N/A)MICL02266(N/A)(N/A)8/28/20137/31/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000633-sustainable-energy-material-and-business-systems.html
1000633
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000633Joshi, SA, .MICHIGAN STATE UNIV(N/A)
EAST LANSING,MI 48824
Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
60
USDA1000644
2013-67005-21295
10001000644
RADIO FREQUENCY PASTEURIZATION OF DRIED FOOD POWDERS
NEWAnnual
2013-67005-21295
GEO-2012-04394
2012-04394(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000644-radio-frequency-pasteurization-of-dried-food-powders.html
1000644
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A414120%20%20%60%1000644Kong, F.UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
200 D.W. BROOKS DR
ATHENS,GA 30602-5016
Food Science and Technology
61
USDA1000660(N/A)10001000660
DOES EXCRETED CEFTIOFUR OR FLORFENICOL CONTRIBUTE TO AMPLIFICATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANT BACTERIA IN CATTLE HERDS?
NEWAnnual(N/A)WNVDCall2014(N/A)(N/A)8/22/20137/31/2014
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000660-does-excreted-ceftiofur-or-florfenicol-contribute-to-amplification-and-maintenance-of-antibiotic-resistant-bacteria-in-cattle-herds.html
1000660
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
ANIMAL HEALTH
(N/A)50%50%50%(N/A)1000660Call, DO, R.WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY
240 FRENCH ADMINISTRATION BLDG
PULLMAN,WA 99164-0001
Animal Health Research Center
62
USDA1000671
2013-67018-21240
10001000671
A COMBINED GENOMIC AND IN VIVO IMAGING PLATFORM TO UNDERSTANDING SALMONELLA-TOMATO PLANT HOST INTERACTIONS
NEWAnnual
2013-67018-21240
OHO01105-SS2013-01786(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000671-a-combined-genomic-and-in-vivo-imaging-platform-to-understanding-salmonella-tomato-plant-host-interactions.html
1000671
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A1331(N/A)70%(N/A)30%1000671Rajashekara, G.OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
1680 MADISON AVENUE
WOOSTER,OH 44691
OARDC Food Animal Health
63
USDA1000684
2013-68003-21257
10001000684
ALTERNATIVES TO ANTIBIOTICS IN ANIMAL AGRICULTURE: IMPACTS ON ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE OF ENTERIC BACTERIA
NEWAnnual
2013-68003-21257
KS6028442012-04258(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000684-alternatives-to-antibiotics-in-animal-agriculture-impacts-on-antimicrobial-resistance-of-enteric-bacteria.html
1000684
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A4171100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000684Scott, H. M.KANSAS STATE UNIV(N/A)MANHATTAN,KS 66506
Diagnostic Medicne Pathobiolog
64
USDA1000687
2013-68003-21258
10001000687
INVESTIGATING AND ENHANCING POSITIVE FOOD SAFETY CULTURE IN FARMERS` MARKETS
NEWAnnual
2013-68003-21258
VA-Boyer2012-04301(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000687-investigating-and-enhancing-positive-food-safety-culture-in-farmers-markets.html
1000687
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A4181100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000687Boyer, R. R.VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE(N/A)
BLACKSBURG,VA 24061
Food Science and Technology
65
USDA1000712
2013-68003-21294
11001000712
MITIGATING RISKS OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS ASSOCIATED WITH HANDLING LEAFY GREENS IN RETAIL FOODSERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS SERVING AGING POPULATIONS
NEWAnnual
2013-68003-21294
IOWW-2012-04296
2012-04296(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000712-mitigating-risks-of-foodborne-illness-associated-with-handling-leafy-greens-in-retail-foodservice-establishments-serving-aging-populations.html
1000712
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A418175%(N/A)75%25%1000712
Wohlsdorf-Arendt, S.
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
2229 Lincoln Way
AMES,IA 50011
Apparel, Events, and Hospitality
66
USDA1000718
2013-33610-21531
10001000718
WIRELESS SENSOR (WISER) TRACK-AND-TRACE: AUTONOMOUS, COST-EFFECTIVE, ITEM-LEVEL FOOD SAFETY FROM FIELD TO FORK, PHASE II
NEWAnnual
2013-33610-21531
NC.K-2013-03052
2013-03052(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000718-wireless-sensor-wiser-track-and-trace-autonomous-cost-effective-item-level-food-safety-from-field-to-fork-phase-ii.html
1000718
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
SMALL BUSINESS
8.1350%50%50%(N/A)1000718Rideout, E. C.WISERsystems, Inc.
1021 Main Campus Dr. Ste. 300
Raleigh,NC 27606(N/A)
67
USDA1000724
2013-67013-21109
10001000724
ANALYSIS OF FIBER TRAITS & DEVELOPMENT OF TOOLKITS ENABLING ENHANCED FIBER BREEDING IN COTTON USING AN INTEGRATED RAD-SEQ & RNA-SEQ APPROACH
NEWAnnual
2013-67013-21109
TEX095682013-01839(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000724-analysis-of-fiber-traits-and-development-of-toolkits-enabling-enhanced-fiber-breeding-in-cotton-using-an-integrated-rad-seq-and-rna-seq-approach.html
1000724
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A114120%40%20%40%1000724Zhang, H.TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
750 AGRONOMY RD STE 2701
COLLEGE STATION,TX 77843-0001
Soil and Crop Sciences
68
USDA1000728
2014-67017-21704
10001000728
HUMAN NOROVIRUSES: MECHANISMS OF ATTACHMENT AND INTERNALIZATION IN LEAFY GREENS
NEWAnnual
2014-67017-21704
OHO01106-SS2013-01813(N/A)1/1/201412/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000728-human-noroviruses-mechanisms-of-attachment-and-internalization-in-leafy-greens.html
1000728
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A133120%80%20%0%1000728Wang, Q.OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
1680 MADISON AVENUE
WOOSTER,OH 44691
Food Animal Health Res Program
69
USDA1000743
2013-38821-21147
10001000743
SAFETY EVALUATION AND IMPROVEMENT OF GRAPE POMACE AS A FOOD INGREDIENT
NEWAnnual
2013-38821-21147
NC.XCBG 13-0290
2013-03676(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000743-safety-evaluation-and-improvement-of-grape-pomace-as-a-food-ingredient.html
1000743
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
OTHER GRANTSEQ(N/A)70%(N/A)30%1000743Yu, J.NORTH CAROLINA A&T STATE UNIV
1601 EAST MARKET STREET
GREENSBORO,NC 27411
Family and Consumer Sciences
70
USDA1000748
2014-67017-21558
10001000748
DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER OF DISINFECTION BY-PRODUCTS INTO FRESH AND FRESH-CUT PRODUCE AND IMPACT ON DISINFECTION EFFICACY
NEWAnnual
2014-67017-21558
GEOW-2013-02068
2013-02068(N/A)12/1/201311/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000748-development-and-transfer-of-disinfection-by-products-into-fresh-and-fresh-cut-produce-and-impact-on-disinfection-efficacy.html
1000748
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A133110%70%10%20%1000748Huang, C.GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY(N/A)ATLANTA,GA 30332
Civil and Environmental Engr
71
USDA1000755
2013-34383-21032
10001000755
INTERREGIONAL RESEARCH PROJECT NO. 4 MINOR CROP PEST MANAGEMENT FOR THE NORTH CENTRAL REGION
EXTENDEDAnnual
2013-34383-21032
MICL077502013-04078(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000755-interregional-research-project-no-4-minor-crop-pest-management-for-the-north-central-region.html
1000755
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
SPECIAL GRANT
RR100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000755
Hollingworth, R. M.
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV(N/A)
EAST LANSING,MI 48824
Entomology
72
USDA1000758(N/A)10001000758
IRRADIATION OF RNA WITH RESONANT MILLIMETER WAVE RADIATION TO INHIBIT BACTERIAL CELL GROWTH
NEWAnnual(N/A)NC02423(N/A)(N/A)9/16/20138/10/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000758-irradiation-of-rna-with-resonant-millimeter-wave-radiation-to-inhibit-bacterial-cell-growth.html
1000758
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)25%50%25%25%1000758Wollenzien, P.NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV(N/A)RALEIGH,NC 27695Biochemistry
73
USDA1000764
2013-67005-21180
10001000764
PRE-HARVEST AND POST-HARVEST DECONTAMINATION STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING FOODBORNE PATHOGENS ON CANTALOUPES
NEWAnnual
2013-67005-21180
CONS2012-04333
2012-04333(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000764-pre-harvest-and-post-harvest-decontamination-strategies-for-reducing-foodborne-pathogens-on-cantaloupes.html
1000764
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A414150%0%50%50%1000764
Venkitanarayanan, K.
UNIV OF CONNECTICUT(N/A)STORRS,CT 06269Animal Science
74
USDA1000765(N/A)10001000765
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)RI00S-1056(N/A)S-10569/1/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000765-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000765
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000765Pivarnik, LO.UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND
19 WOODWARD HALL 9 EAST ALUMNI AVENUE
KINGSTON,RI 02881
Nutrition and Food Sciences
75
USDA1000766
2013-67012-21272
10001000766
UNDERSTANDING REGULATION OF PHOTOSYNTHESIS FOR OPTIMIZING PRODUCTION OF BIOFUELS AND AGRICULTURE
NEWAnnual
2013-67012-21272
CA-B-2013-MSR
2013-03174(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000766-understanding-regulation-of-photosynthesis-for-optimizing-production-of-biofuels-and-agriculture.html
1000766
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A7201(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000766Roth, M. S.UNIV OF CALIFORNIA(N/A)BERKELEY,CA 94720Plant and Microbial Biology
76
USDA1000769
2013-67021-21083
10001000769
ADVANCING NEXT-GENERATION BIOPRODUCTION WITH INTEGRATED CORN/SOYBEAN BIOREFINERIES
NEWAnnual
2013-67021-21083
IOW053622013-01398(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000769-advancing-next-generation-bioproduction-with-integrated-cornsoybean-biorefineries.html
1000769
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A152140%20%40%40%1000769
Rosentrater, K. A.
IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
2229 Lincoln Way
AMES,IA 50011
Ag and Biosystems Engineering
77
USDA1000773
2013-69003-21296
11001000773
DYNAMICS OF LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES POPULATIONS IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESERVOIRS IN THE PREHARVEST ENVIRONMENT OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
NEWAnnual
2013-69003-21296
ND059472012-04316(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000773-dynamics-of-listeria-monocytogenes-populations-in-environmental-reservoirs-in-the-preharvest-environment-of-fresh-fruits-and-vegetables.html
1000773
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A418120%80%20%(N/A)1000773Bergholz, P. W.NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIV(N/A)FARGO,ND 58105Vet and Micro Sciences
78
USDA1000776
2013-38821-21381
10001000776
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF NOVEL NANOPARTICLES FOR DETECTION OF CAMPYLOBACTER
NEWAnnual
2013-38821-21381
TENX-2013-03631
2013-03631(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000776-development-and-validation-of-novel-nanoparticles-for-detection-of-campylobacter.html
1000776
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
OTHER GRANTSEQ50%0%50%50%1000776Chen, F.TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY
3500 JOHN A. MERRITT BLVD
NASHVILLE,TN 37209
Family and Consumer Sciences
79
USDA1000794(N/A)10001000794
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)PR00449(N/A)S-10568/15/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000794-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000794
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000794Negron, ED, .
UNIVERSITY OF PUERTO RICO AT MAYAGUEZ
P. O. BOX 9000MAYAGUEZ,PR 00681
Crops and Agroenvironmental Sciences 1
80
USDA1000803(N/A)10001000803
METABOLIC RELATIONSHIPS IN SUPPLY OF NUTRIENTS FOR LACTATING COWS (NC-1009)
NEWAnnual(N/A)PEN04539(N/A)NC-204010/1/20139/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000803-metabolic-relationships-in-supply-of-nutrients-for-lactating-cows-nc-1009.html
1000803
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)70%30%70%(N/A)1000803Hristov, AL.PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
208 MUELLER LABORATORY
UNIVERSITY PARK,PA 16802
Animal Science
81
USDA1000804
2013-67015-21289
10001000804
CONFERENCE ON MYCOBACTERIAL DISEASES IN ANIMALS
NEWAnnual
2013-67015-21289
PEN045382013-00904(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2014
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000804-conference-on-mycobacterial-diseases-in-animals.html
1000804
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A121150%50%50%(N/A)1000804Kapur, V.PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
208 MUELLER LABORATORY
UNIVERSITY PARK,PA 16802
Veterinary and Biomedical Scie
82
USDA1000809
2013-67015-21335
10001000809
IDENTIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PROTECTIVE ANTIGEN OF AFRICAN SWINE FEVER VIRUS
NEWAnnual
2013-67015-21335
ILLV-44-67662013-01089(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000809-identification-and-characterization-of-protective-antigen-of-african-swine-fever-virus.html
1000809
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A122110%90%10%(N/A)1000809Rock, D. L.UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS
2001 S. Lincoln Ave.
URBANA,IL 61801Pathobiology
83
USDA1000811
2014-67013-21591
10001000811
THE FORMULATION MAKES THE BEE POISON: CO-FORMULANTS AND POLLINATORS
NEWAnnual
2014-67013-21591
PEN0Mullin2013-02605(N/A)12/1/201311/30/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000811-the-formulation-makes-the-bee-poison-co-formulants-and-pollinators.html
1000811
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A111150%50%50%0%1000811Mullin, C. A.PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY
208 MUELLER LABORATORY
UNIVERSITY PARK,PA 16802
Entomology
84
USDA1000812
2013-67015-21237
10001000812
B AND T LYMPHOCYTE REPERTOIRES IN CHANNEL CATFISH-MEMORY CELLS AND VACCINES
NEWAnnual
2013-67015-21237
GEOW-2013-01085
2013-01085(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000812-b-and-t-lymphocyte-repertoires-in-channel-catfish-memory-cells-and-vaccines.html
1000812
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A122140%60%40%0%1000812Dickerson, H.UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA
200 D.W. BROOKS DR
ATHENS,GA 30602-5016
VETERINARY MEDICINE-DEANS OFF
85
USDA1000815
2013-67015-21357
10001000815
IMPROVING THE CHICKEN GENOME ASSEMBLY AND ANNOTATION
NEWAnnual
2013-67015-21357
MO.W-2013-00971
2013-00971(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000815-improving-the-chicken-genome-assembly-and-annotation.html
1000815
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A120150%(N/A)50%50%1000815Warren, W. C.Washington University
One Brookings Drive
St Louis,MO 63130-4862
(N/A)
86
USDA1000821
2014-67022-21618
10001000821
VISUALIZED SURFACE PLASMON NANOPHOTONICS BIOCHEMICAL SENSOR FOR FOOD SAFETY MONITORING
NEWAnnual
2014-67022-21618
ALAW-2013-01750
2013-01750(N/A)1/1/201412/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000821-visualized-surface-plasmon-nanophotonics-biochemical-sensor-for-food-safety-monitoring.html
1000821
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A151150%50%50%(N/A)1000821Guo, J.UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA IN HUNTSVILLE
301 SPARKMAN DRIVE
HUNTSVILLE,AL 35899Electrical Engineering
87
USDA1000838
2013-68003-21282
10001000838
EFFECTIVE INTERVENTIONS TO PREVENT EMERGENCE AND DISSEMINATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE AT THE POPULATION, ANIMAL, AND MICROBIAL LEVELS
NEWAnnual
2013-68003-21282
OHCVMGRT00030019
2012-04255(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000838-effective-interventions-to-prevent-emergence-and-dissemination-of-antimicrobial-resistance-at-the-population-animal-and-microbial-levels.html
1000838
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A4171100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000838Wittum, T. E.OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY - VET MED
1900 COFFEY ROAD, 127L VMAB
COLUMBUS,OH 43210
Veterinary Preventive Medicine
88
USDA1000839
2014-67005-21709
10001000839
FOOD-BORNE ZOONOTIC TRANSMISSION OF PATHOGENS EXPRESSING CARBAPENEMASE-MEDIATED ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE AS AN EMERGING FOOD SAFETY ISSUE
NEWAnnual
2014-67005-21709
OHCVMGRT00030020
2012-04387(N/A)12/15/201312/14/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000839-food-borne-zoonotic-transmission-of-pathogens-expressing-carbapenemase-mediated-antimicrobial-resistance-as-an-emerging-food-safety-issue.html
1000839
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A4141100%0%100%0%1000839Wittum, T. E.OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY - VET MED
1900 COFFEY ROAD, 127L VMAB
COLUMBUS,OH 43210
Veterinary Preventive Medicine
89
USDA1000841
2014-69003-21583
10001000841
AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO ENHANCE THE SAFETY OF LOCALLY GROWN FRESH PRODUCE THROUGH RESEARCH AND EXTENSION
NEWAnnual
2014-69003-21583
KY.W-2012-04320
2012-04320(N/A)12/15/201312/14/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000841-an-integrated-approach-to-enhance-the-safety-of-locally-grown-fresh-produce-through-research-and-extension.html
1000841
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A4181(N/A)50%(N/A)50%1000841Khouryieh, H.
WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY RESEARCH FOUNDATION INC
1906 COLLEGE HEIGHTS BLVD #11016
BOWLING GREEN,KY 421011000
Architect. and Manufact. Science
90
USDA1000846(N/A)10001000846
MOLECULAR MECHANISMS INVOLVED IN THE REGULATION OF ENERGY HOMEOSTASIS AND FAT METABOLISM IN CHICKENS
NEWAnnual(N/A)ARK02395(N/A)(N/A)8/13/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000846-molecular-mechanisms-involved-in-the-regulation-of-energy-homeostasis-and-fat-metabolism-in-chickens.html
1000846
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)35%60%35%5%1000846Dridi, SA, .UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS(N/A)
FAYETTEVILLE,AR 72703
Poultry Sciences
91
USDA1000853
2013-67011-21155
10001000853
CHARACTERIZATION OF AI-2/LUXS SYSTEM IN DISEASE PATHOGENESIS OF CAMPYLOBACTER JEJUNI
NEWAnnual
2013-67011-21155
IOWV12013-03363(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2015
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000853-characterization-of-ai-2luxs-system-in-disease-pathogenesis-of-campylobacter-jejuni.html
1000853
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A710125%75%25%(N/A)1000853Mou, K.IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
2229 Lincoln Way
AMES,IA 50011(N/A)
92
USDA1000859(N/A)10001000859
ELECTRON BEAM IRRADIATION AS A PLATFORM TECHNOLOGY TO CLEAN, HEAL, AND FEED THE WORLD AND BEYOND
NEWAnnual(N/A)TEX0-1-8708(N/A)(N/A)9/16/20138/31/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000859-electron-beam-irradiation-as-a-platform-technology-to-clean-heal-and-feed-the-world-and-beyond.html
1000859
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)25%50%25%25%1000859Pillai, S.TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
750 AGRONOMY RD STE 2701
COLLEGE STATION,TX 77843-0001
Poultry Science
93
USDA1000872
2013-38821-21124
10001000872
FABRICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ANTIMICROBIAL BIODEGRADABLE NANOCOMPOSITE FILMS FOR FOOD PACKAGING APPLICATION
NEWAnnual
2013-38821-21124
VSU-Xu20132013-03614(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000872-fabrication-and-characterization-of-antimicrobial-biodegradable-nanocomposite-films-for-food-packaging-application.html
1000872
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
OTHER GRANTSEQ40%40%40%20%1000872Xu, Y.VIRGINIA STATE UNIVERSITY(N/A)
PETERSBURG,VA 23803
Dept Of Agricultural Research
94
USDA1000884(N/A)11001000884
ENHANCING MICROBIAL FOOD SAFETY BY RISK ANALYSIS
NEWAnnual(N/A)IOW05363(N/A)S-10568/30/20139/30/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000884-enhancing-microbial-food-safety-by-risk-analysis.html
1000884
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)45%45%45%10%1000884Dickson, JA.IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
2229 Lincoln Way
AMES,IA 50011Animal Science
95
USDA1000890(N/A)10001000890
QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT FOR LISTERIA MONOCYTOGENES IN CANTALOUPES
NEWAnnual(N/A)MD-HNFS-8172(N/A)(N/A)8/15/20136/30/2014
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000890-quantitative-risk-assessment-for-listeria-monocytogenes-in-cantaloupes.html
1000890
State Agricultural Experiment Station
STATE(N/A)70%30%70%(N/A)1000890Pradhan, AB.UNIV OF MARYLAND(N/A)
COLLEGE PARK,MD 20742
Human Nutrition and Food Science
96
USDA1000892
2014-67021-21585
11001000892
BIOSENSOR DEVELOPMENT FOR DETECTION OF FOOD BORNE PATHOGEN BASED ON NANOMATERIALS AND BIOMEMS DEVICES
NEWAnnual
2014-67021-21585
UMD0012013-01581(N/A)12/1/201311/30/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000892-biosensor-development-for-detection-of-food-borne-pathogen-based-on-nanomaterials-and-biomems-devices.html
1000892
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A151110%70%10%20%1000892Wang, Q.UNIV OF MARYLAND(N/A)
COLLEGE PARK,MD 20742
Nutrition and Food Science
97
USDA1000918(N/A)10001000918
MISSISSIPPI CENTER FOR FOOD SAFETY AND POST-HARVES TECHNOLOGY
NEWAnnual(N/A)MIS501170(N/A)(N/A)8/19/20139/30/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000918-mississippi-center-for-food-safety-and-post-harves-technology.html
1000918
State Agricultural Experiment Station
STATE(N/A)100%(N/A)100%(N/A)1000918Chang, SA.MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIV(N/A)
MISSISSIPPI STATE,MS 39762
Food Science and Technology
98
USDA1000919(N/A)10001000919
VARIABILITY, ADAPTATION, AND MANAGEMENT OF NEMATODES IMPACTING CROP PRODUCTION AND TRADE
NEWAnnual(N/A)MICL04104(N/A)W-318610/1/20139/30/2018
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000919-variability-adaptation-and-management-of-nematodes-impacting-crop-production-and-trade.html
1000919
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
HATCH(N/A)50%(N/A)50%50%1000919
Melakeberhan, H.
MICHIGAN STATE UNIV(N/A)
EAST LANSING,MI 48824
Horticulture
99
USDA1000945
2014-67013-21580
10001000945
DETERMINING THE POTENTIAL OF SUGAR SENSING GENES TO REGULATE THE PARTITIONING OF CARBON TO WOODY BIOMASS
NEWAnnual
2014-67013-21580
VA-BEERS2013-02394(N/A)12/15/201312/14/2017
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000945-determining-the-potential-of-sugar-sensing-genes-to-regulate-the-partitioning-of-carbon-to-woody-biomass.html
1000945
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A1101(N/A)100%(N/A)(N/A)1000945Beers, E. P.VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE(N/A)
BLACKSBURG,VA 24061
Horticulture
100
USDA1000952
2013-67015-21344
10001000952
ENHANCING HOST GENETIC RESISTANCE TO BOVINE RESPIRATORY DISEASE COMPLEX
NEWAnnual
2013-67015-21344
IOW053642013-01178(N/A)9/1/20138/31/2016
http://portal.nifa.usda.gov/web/crisprojectpages/1000952-enhancing-host-genetic-resistance-to-bovine-respiratory-disease-complex.html
1000952
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
AFRI COMPETITIV
A12210%100%0%0%1000952Reecy, J. M.IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
2229 Lincoln Way
AMES,IA 50011Animal Science
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