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Winter 1999 Vol 30 No 2201J University Hall Telephone 775-2425

Research Incentive Program
Deadline Approaching


In This Issue

A proposal to fund something we take for granted was rejected three times!
See Notes From the Director

RSP's range of services may surprise you

Holy 60's! - NIH has gone MOD - ular!

Biomedical inventors have a friend in Cincinnati

RSP has a new home





Also...

The Research Council announces the Research Incentive Program competition for 1999. Approximately $75,000 is available for awards to eligible faculty in two programs (see box) of support for research and other scholarly activity.

Certain restrictions apply to faculty participation in the Research Incentive Program. Because of revisions in the School of Medicine's seed grant program, those faculty are no longer eligible to participate. However, faculty in matrix departments may apply if the work proposed is similar to the kinds of externally funded projects that would normally be processed through the College of Science and Mathematics. In addition, those who received Research Incentive or Professional Development grants in 1997-98 are not eligible to apply to the same program in this competition. Otherwise, faculty may submit one proposal to either program or different proposals to both programs.

Two copies of each proposal with all appropriate endorsements must be received in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (122 Allyn Hall) by 5 p.m., Friday, March 5. Awards will be announced by April 15, 1999. The guidelines and proposal cover sheets are available from your Dean's office or on the RSP homepage at http://www.wright.edu/rsp/.

Research Initiation
grants provide seed funds for new research efforts likely to attract external funding. Limited to $8,000, recently appointed faculty and those without significant external funding are given priority.

Professional Development
grants are intended for more general and diverse scholarly activities and professional renewal and are limited to $2,500.


Notes from the Director

I just finished reading a compilation of the letters of Wilbur and Orville Wright. They tell a fascinating story. Of particular interest to me was the letter the Wrights sent to the U.S. War Department from Dayton on October 9, 1905. By this date the Wright Brothers had flown hundreds of trips at Huffman prairie (the future site, of course, of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base). The longest of these flights was 24.5 miles lasting 38 minutes 3 seconds.

Here is the letter:

We are prepared to furnish a machine on contract, to be accepted only after trial trips in which the conditions of the contract have been fulfilled; the machine to carry an operator and supplies of fuel, etc., sufficient for a flight of one hundred miles; the price of the machine to be regulated according to a sliding scale based on the performance of the machine in the trial trips.

This is the response they received:

Washington, D.C., October 16, 1905
TO: Wilbur Wright and Orville Wright
FROM: Major General J.C. Bates, President,
Board of Ordnance and Fortification

I have the honor to inform you that, as many requests have been made for financial assistance in the development of designs for flying machines, the Board has found it necessary to decline to make allotments for the experimental development of devices for mechanical flight, and has determined that, before suggestions with that object in view will be considered, the device must have been brought to the stage of practical operation without expense to the United States.

This was actually the second rejection the Wrights received from the War Department and they were shortly to receive one more. Their fourth proposal, submitted over three years later and after many European countries had already placed orders for Wright flyers, was finally accepted.

The moral? Don't be discouraged if the sponsor does not fund your proposal on the first or second try!

Bill Sellers


Overview of the Office

The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) works with faculty and staff to increase externally funded research and other sponsored programs. RSP staff provides the following services:

  • Identification of External Sources of Funding
  • Dissemination of Funding Information
  • Liaison with Sponsors
  • Proposal Development and Preparation
  • Budget Preparation
  • Institutional Compliance
  • Institutional Authorization
  • Proposal Transmittal
  • Contract Negotiations
  • Post-Award Administration of Externally Funded Programs
  • Administration of Internally Funded Programs
  • Technology Transfer
  • Government Security

Research News is published periodically during the academic year, covers grant awards and related topics of interest. Descriptions and deadlines of upcoming programs are listed in RSP's electronic publication, Funding Update, available at http://www.wright.edu/rsp/.

If you would like to be placed on the mailing list or would like further information on funding opportunities, application procedures, or other services provided by the office, please contact us (ext. 2425, rsp@wright.edu) or visit the office in 201J University Hall.


RSP - Here to Serve

Research and Sponsored Programs partners with WSU faculty and staff in the common goal of increasing external funding support and administering funded projects in accordance with sponsor guidelines. RSP offers a wide range of services from the pre-award stage to close-out of sponsored projects accounts.

The following scenarios will illustrate the broad variety of assistance that RSP provides:

Challenge:
Solution:
How do I find a sponsor whose research needs match my research interests?
RSP offers three searchable electronic funding databases as links on the RSP home page at http://www.wright.edu/rsp/ Check out:
Sponsored Programs Information Network (SPIN)
Community of Science
The Grant Advisor Plus
Challenge:
Solution:
How do I maneuver through the electronic funding databases?
Enroll in the hands-on workshop, "Searching the Web for Funding Opportunities," to be offered on Friday, April 23, 12 noon to 1 p.m., Mac lab in 032 Library Annex (Enrollment limited to 12 per session. Contact Ellen Reinsch Friese at ext. 2425 or ellen.friese@wright.edu for further information.)
Challenge:
Solution:
Who do I call when I am ready to submit a grant application?
Faculty new to WSU or the grantsmanship arena should contact RSP at ext. 2425 and ask for

  • Dr. Eugene P. Hern for School of Medicine (including Matrix departments)

  • Leon J. Testas for College of Education and Human Services, College of Engineering and Computer Science, College of Liberal Arts, College of Business and Administration, School of Professional Psychology, Lake Campus

  • Ellen Reinsch Friese for College of Science and Mathematics (non-Matrix departments) and College of Nursing and Health
Challenge:
Solution:
How far in advance should I contact RSP regarding a proposal submission?
In order for RSP to best serve the needs of WSU grantseekers, pre-award staff (see matrix for appropriate contact person) should be contacted at the earliest possible time before proposal submission (two weeks before the deadline is not too soon)! When applications are received by RSP very close to the sponsor's deadline, there is insufficient time for a complete review of the budget and sponsor guidelines. Everyone benefits when proposals are received early!
Challenge:
Solution:
How can I route a proposal early if I am still writing the narrative up to the deadline?
At a minimum, a proposal can be routed with a finalized budget, budget narrative, and draft proposal or abstract.
Challenge:

Solution:

My grant (or contract) has been funded. What assistance will RSP provide with meeting the sponsor's administrative and technical requirements?
In the realm of "post-award" administration, RSP staff performs a variety of functions to assist the Principal Investigator in the orderly administration of the new account. In addition, the post-award specialists in RSP offer training workshops specifically geared to help faculty and staff manage expenditures on restricted accounts. The next Post-Award Training opportunity will be held Thursday, May 13, 2 to 4 p.m., room E154 Student Union (To register, call Diana Lewis in Human Resources at ext. 2373 or send e-mail to diana.lewis@wright.edu)

Feel free to contact RSP at any time with questions relating to research administration or visit our Web site:
http://www.wright.edu/rsp/ to access a wealth of resources.


For Your Information

Edison BioTechnology
Center Offers
Inventive Advice

The Edison BioTechnology Center (EBTC) in Cincinnati is available to WSU faculty to assist in an initial evaluation of the commercial potential of biomedical inventions. Meetings with EBTC staff can be arranged on a "pre-invention disclosure" basis, meaning that an initial evaluation of a new invention can be made without first submitting an invention disclosure. These meetings, designed to last 30 minutes or less, will illuminate what goes into a preliminary commercial evaluation. The commercial route may be an alternate means to disseminate research discoveries to the general public. If you wish to talk to an EBTC staff member about your ideas, please contact Bill Sellers in the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at ext. 2425. For more information, visit the EBTC website at http://www.ebtc.org.

 

We Hear You!

At a recent post-award training workshop, several participants inquired as to how they could determine whether their contract or agreement were cost-reimbursement or fixed-price. Someone suggested that it would be convenient to have this information included on the project administrative summary. As of February 19, 1999, you will be able to find that information on the back of the project administrative summary in the "billing instructions" section.

Thanks for the excellent suggestion!


Sponsor Alerts

The National Institutes of Health Goes MODular

Streamlining, reinvention, electronic research administration -- all are terms that evoke futuristic connotations. In that vein, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is poised to embark upon the expanded use of its "Modular Grant Application and Award" initiative, as announced in the December 15, 1998 issue of the NIH "Guide." To read the entire release, see: http://www.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/not98-178.html.

What impact does this announcement have on NIH investigators at WSU? Beginning with the June 1, 1999 receipt date, competing research project grants (R01), small grants (R03), and exploratory/developmental grants (R21), requesting less than $250,000 direct costs must follow the new modular grant format. The new format features:

  • direct costs to be requested in modules of $25,000
  • simplified application budgets
  • detailed categorical budget information will not be submitted with the application; budget form pages of the application kits will not be used. Only total direct costs requested for each year will be presented. Budget narrative will be provided only for Personnel and Consortium/Contractual Costs, when applicable
  • no routine escalation for future years

RSP's pre-award staff will submit NIH proposals in keeping with the specific modifications required by the sponsor. However, many faculty find the budget spreadsheets prepared by RSP to be beneficial tools in developing their proposals. In addition, the spreadsheets alert the principal investigators, chairs, and deans to the costs associated with research and the implications of cost-sharing, when applicable. Thus, RSP will continue to offer the budget spreadsheets as a service to faculty and for internal routing purposes.

 


Research Challenge Early Start/Augmentation Winners Announced

The Research Council is pleased to announce the Research Challenge/Early Start/Augmentation proposals that have been selected for funding. Of 31 applications submitted, 13 projects were funded for nearly $180,000. The primary objective of Research Challenge is to furnish seed funding to produce additional sponsored research. Congratulations to the winners from the October 1998 call for applications, who are listed as follows:

Principal InvestigatorDepartmentTitleAmount
M.S. AmerMechanical and Materials EngineeringDamage Development in Flexible Matrix Composites$4,635
M.A. BaumannMedicineAML Alpha Subunit Genes and Myeloid Differentiation$10,125
H. Chien-In ChenElectrical EngineeringComplexity Management and Test and Diagnosis for Future Integrated Circuit (IC) Design$10,800
A.A. GoshtasbyComputer Science and EngineeringDevelopment of a Digital Library of Skin Lesions$10,500
S.S. GuoCommunity HealthRelationships of Weight Gain and Dietary Intake During Pregnancy$17,321
D.E. KraneBiological SciencesDNA Quantification Facility for Studying Factors that Alter Genetic Diversity$18,000
M.W. MillerBiological SciencesRole of Nuclear and Cytosolic O-Glycosylation in Diabetes$18,000
B.E. MilliganEnglishNineteenth-Century British Medicine and Culture$8,025
S.M. MukhopadhyayMechanical and Materials EngineeringSurface Phenomena in Pure and Doped Superconducting Oxides$8,703
S. NarayananBiomedical and Human Factors EngineeringA Graphical Configuration Environment for Unmanned Vehicles$8,538
J. OlsonEmergency MedicineNeuronal Volume Regulation$16,000
D.T. OrganisciakBiochemistry and Molecular BiologyRetinal Dopamine and Melatonin Levels in Light Exposed Rat Retinas$35,000
R.E. WhitePhysiology and BiophysicsThe Molecular Basis of Estrogen Action on Human Coronary Artery$13,750

Scholarly Writing Workshop Promotes Regular Writing

Take a random sample of faculty and ask for their greatest impediment to writing - invariably the most passionate response will be "not enough time!" To help the Wright State University community cope with the demands of career, writing, and the dilemma of "not enough time," the Research Council and Research and Sponsored Programs hosted the November "Scholarly Writing Workshop." Conducted by Dr. Robert Lucas of the California-based Institute for Scholarly Productivity, twenty participants were treated to a humorous half-day session which attempted to dispel the myths of writing and offer realistic solutions to make the process of writing "ordinary."

Referring to research focused on "professors as writers," Lucas shared with his audience the myths that writing must be perfect, done in a single draft, is spontaneous and inspired, proceeds quickly, and is inherently difficult. Instead, Lucas urged attendees to write regularly, four days per week for 25 to 30 minutes per session and recommended a pattern of writing that leaves 24 to 48 hours between sessions. What is so magical about this approach? Writing in 30 minute blocks is realistic; and as it becomes routine, it puts the writer in control of the project and not the project in control of the writer.

Anyone interested in obtaining a copy of the November "Scholarly Writing Workshop" notes should contact Ellen Reinsch Friese at RSP, ext. 2425 or by e-mail at ellen.friese@wright.edu


AWARDS

The grants and contracts on these pages were awarded from September 1998 thorugh December 1998.

College PI Name Co-PI Name Project Title Sponsor Name $ Funded
College of Business and Administration Scherer, Robert F.
Bodey, Michael W.
Small Business Development Center Ohio Department of Development $64,300
College of Education and Human Services Bernhardt, Gregory R.
Finegan, Colleen A.Helms, Ronald G.
Diversified Teaching Force Ohio Department of Education $50,000
College of Education and Human Services Barnhart, Michael L.
Fiscal Agent Role for Entry Year and Teacher Residency Pilots Ohio Department of Education $225,000
College of Engineering and Computer Science Weiss, Isaac
Amer, Maher S.
Analysis of Flow Behavior TIMET $19,900
College of Engineering and Computer Science Grandhi, Ramana V.
Multidisciplinary Nonlinear Sensitivity Analysis DoD, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) $51,813
College of Engineering and Computer Science Garcia, Oscar N.
Berra, P. Bruce
Priorities in Graduate Education Ohio Board of Regents $125,000
College of Engineering and Computer Science Garcia, Oscar N.
OBR Collaborative Research Kent State University $12,500
College of Engineering and Computer Science Thomas, Scott Keith
Aircraft Mechanical/Thermal Technology Research DoD, Air Force, Air Force Research Laboratory $50,000
College of Engineering and Computer Science Weiss, Isaac
Compression Testing TIMET $14,200
College of Engineering and Computer Science Weiss, Isaac
Materials Analysis MetLab, Division Metallurgical Services, Inc. $2,600
College of Liberal Arts Dustin, Jack L.
Dayton Community Outreach Partnership Center U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development $399,963
College of Liberal Arts Mazey, Mary Ellen
Strategic Plan Development City of Springfield, Ohio $2,647
College of Liberal Arts Mazey, Mary Ellen
Strategic Plan Refinement City of Springboro, Ohio $1,441
College of Liberal Arts Dockery, Jane L.
City of Dayton Survey City of Dayton, Miscellaneous $16,278
College of Liberal Arts Lowery, Kenneth J.
Dockery, Jane L.
1998 Transportation and Distribution Industry Directory Regional Office of Economic Development $10,000
College of Liberal Arts Dockery, Jane L.
High Technology Salary and Benefits/Information Technology Surveys Regional Office of Economic Development $2,324
College of Liberal Arts Mazey, Mary Ellen
Criminal Justice Retreat Clark County Board of Commissioners $1,200
College of Liberal Arts Dustin, Jack L.
Urban Projects - Urban Universities Linkage Ohio Board of Regents $60,456
College of Nursing and Health Praeger, Susan G.
Health STARS: Health Strategies to Assure Regular Services Ohio Department of Health $7,500
College of Nursing and Health Martin, Patricia A.
Miami Valley Hospital Operating Agreement Miami Valley Hospital $45,000
College of Science and Mathematics Wheatly, Michele G.
U.S.: BRAZIL COOPERATION - NSF POWRE NSF, Professional Opportunities for Women in Research and Education (POWRE) $75,000
College of Science and Mathematics Bambakidis, Gust
Growth of a Large Two-Layer Superconducting Disk National Aeronautics and Space Administration $5,000
College of Science and Mathematics Hennessy, Michael B.
Evaluation of Antidepressant in Novel Environments Laboratorios Dr. Esteve, S.A. $26,977
College of Science and Mathematics Ritzi, Jr., Robert W.
Ground Water Protection Program Southdown, Inc. $25,000
College of Science and Mathematics Gilkey, Robert H.
Flach, John M.
Cognitive Workload-Complex Synthetic Task Environment DoD, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) $211,987
College of Science and Mathematics Ketcha, Daniel M.
Chemical Product Analysis Aldrich Chemical Company $2,500
College of Science and Mathematics Shalin, Valerie L.
Distributed Work in Complex, Dynamic Domains National Aeronautics and Space Administration $29,813
College of Science and Mathematics Fox, Jane Lee
Skinner, Thomas E.
Model Studies of Excited States of N2 and N+2 in the Thermosphere/
Ionosphere
National Aeronautics and Space Administration $34,914
College of Science and Mathematics Colle, Herbert A
Behavioral Research Projects: 3 NCR Corporation $101,408
College of Science and Mathematics Arasu, Krishnasany T.
High Volume Communication Channels DoD, Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) $26,695
College of Science and Mathematics Tiernan, Thomas O.
PCDDs, PCDFs in Sludge - Village of Lodi, Ohio Village of Lodi, Ohio $1,150
College of Science and Mathematics Tiernan, Thomas O.
Extraction and Cleanup Procedures for Use with an Immunoassay Paracelsian, Inc. $32,000
College of Science and Mathematics Carmichael, Wayne W.
Characterization of Cyanobacteria Secondary Metabolites More Than One Source of Support $11,108
College of Science and Mathematics Tiernan, Thomas O.
Analyses of Aqueous Samples of PCBs U. S. Filter $26,410
College of Science and Mathematics Tiernan, Thomas O.
Dioxins in Herbicide Materials ATANOR $20,000
College of Science and Mathematics Tiernan, Thomas O.
Dioxins in Biological Samples U.S. Department of Agriculture $5,920
College of Science and Mathematics Arlian, Larry G.
House Dust Mites Video Priorities $2,560
College of Science and Mathematics Arlian, Larry G.
Dust Mite Culture Media C.B.F. LETI, S.A. $10,000
College of Science and Mathematics Krane, Dan E.
Forensic DNA Profiling More Than One Source of Support $500
College of Science and Mathematics Burton, G. Allen
Wolf Creek Water Quality Project City of Dayton, Miscellaneous $25,216
School of Graduate Studies Thomas, Jr., Joseph F.
Ohio's Research Challenge Ohio Board of Regents $159,941
School of Graduate Studies Look, David C.
Advanced Device Structures DoD, Air Force, Air Force Research Laboratory $175,000
School of Graduate Studies Sanville, Thomas J.
OhioLINK Ohio Board of Regents $1,572,736
School of Medicine Siervogel, Roger M.
Chumlea, Wm. CameronGuo, Shumei Towne, Bradford
Subcutaneous Fat, Blood Lipids and Subsequent Outcome DHHS, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) $1,085,016
School of Medicine Guo, Shumei S.
Statistical Analysis of Body Composition Risk Factors DHHS, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) $200,815
School of Medicine Guo, Shumei S.
Bone Anti-Resorptive Bone Therapy for Osteopenia in Gaucher Disease Children’s Hospital Medical Center $32,574
School of Medicine Baumann, Michael A.
Paul, Cassandra C.
AML Alpha Subunit Genes and Myeloid Differentiation American Cancer Society - Ohio Division $20,000
School of Medicine Guo, Shumei S.
Divergence in Blood Pressure by Race in Adolescent Girls Children’s Hospital Research Foundation $37,241
School of Medicine White, Richard E.
Mechanisms of Estrogen-Induced Coronary Vasodilation DHHS, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) $100,387
School of Medicine Lu, Luo
Collaborative Research Bench Fee - Lu State University of New York (SUNY) $5,000
School of Medicine Arnold, William L.
Evaluation of Thrombogenicity of Modified Polyurethanes SurModics, Inc. $42,000
School of Medicine Bernstein, Jack M.
Effectiveness of Treatments for Pneumonia Upjohn Company $1,500
School of Medicine Kay, Jerald
ODMH Interagency Professorship of Community Psychiatry Ohio Department of Mental Health $64,890
School of Medicine Kay, Jerald
ODMH Multidisciplinary Training Program Ohio Department of Mental Health $36,895
School of Medicine Cauley, Katherine L.
Grandparents/
Grandchildren Initiative (GPGCI)
DHHS, Health Resources and Services Administration $50,000
School of Medicine Moore, Dennis C.
SARDI Statewide Brochure Dissemination Ohio Department of Education $7,500
School of Medicine Langley, Albert E.
AHEC Support Ohio Board of Regents $58,570
School of Medicine Glaser, Roger M.
Part, Howard
Intergovernmental Personnel Agreement - Glaser Veterans Affairs Medical Center $34,545
School of Professional Psychology Fraser, J. Scott
Pre-Doctoral Training Crisis Care $7,400
School of Professional Psychology Fraser, J. Scott
Child Practicum Consortium Residency Traineeship Program Ohio Department of Mental Health $25,750
School of Professional Psychology Fraser, J. Scott
Mental Health and Deafness Residency Traineeship Program Ohio Department of Mental Health $25,771
School of Professional Psychology Fraser, J. Scott
Rural Practice Initiative Residency Traineeship Program Ohio Department of Mental Health $6,000
School of Professional Psychology Fraser, J. Scott
Pre-Doctoral Training Pain Care Institute $6,000
School of Professional Psychology Dobbins, James E.
Pre and Post-Doctoral Internship Residential Services Ohio Department of Rehabilitation & Correction $49,920
School of Professional Psychology Yung, Betty
Prevention of Conduct Disorder in Preschool Children Montgomery County ADAMH Services Board $38,412
Student Affairs Darr, David R.
Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students DHHS, Health Resources and Services Administration $3,434
Student Affairs Darr, David R.
Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students (Medicine) DHHS, Health Resources and Services Administration $27,027
The staff of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs congratulates those receiving external funds, and we encourage those with unfunded proposals to consult with us about resubmission.

Looking Forward to
FY 1999-2000

Wright State University officials have signed a new Facilities and Administrative (F&A) rate agreement for an unprecedented four year period, effective July 1, 1999, through June 30, 2003. The new cognizant agency is the Department of Health and Human Services and the new agreement will impact the F&A rate for "Organized Research, On-Campus" only. That research rate will drop from 44% to 43% of Modified Total Direct Costs (total direct costs less capital equipment, tuition, and subcontract costs over $25,000 total on each subcontract). A memorandum further describing the impact of this rate change on sponsored programs will be distributed to faculty in the near future.

Also effective July 1, 1999, WSU's definition of equipment shall mean "an article of nonexpendable, tangible personal property having a useful life of more than one year and an acquisition cost of $3,000 or more per unit."


MEMO
We're Moving!

The staff of RSP will be vacating the space at 122 Allyn Hall on March 18 and 19 and heading for new digs on the second floor of University Hall. During the two-day transition period when RSP will be shuffling furniture, files, and computers, staff will be available only for urgent requests (e.g., proposal deadlines). Otherwise, the office will be open for "business as usual" on Monday, March 22. Our telephone numbers and e-mail addresses remain the same, and we look forward to serving the WSU community from our new locale.


RSP Staff

Director
William K. Sellers, Ph.D william.sellers@wright.edu

Associate Directors
Eugene Hern, Ph.D eugene.hern@wright.edu
Leon J. Testas leon.testas@wright.edu

Assistant Directors
Ellen Reinsch Friese ellen.friese@wright.edu
Glen Jones glen.jones@wright.edu

Accountant
Marianne Shreck marianne.shreck@wright.edu

Grants Management Specialist
Jackie A. Frederick jackie.frederick@wright.edu

Secretary for Compliance
Christine Piekkola christine.piekkola@wright.edu

Sponsored Programs Assistants
Cheryl Nickoson rsp@wright.edu
Robyn Simmons robyn.simmons@wright.edu

Undergraduate Assistants
Karen Papp
Eboni Lewis
Cory Romick
Michelle Tindall
Jennifer Winner



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