The University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas) is a tier-one research institution that fosters the advancement of cutting-edge research discoveries and technology. UT Dallas receives funding from various federal agencies, state agencies, industry, and foundations. These funds are generally awarded in multi-year contract or grants, therefore the amount recorded as received each year may not reflect the research being done in that year.

The Office of Research and Innovation oversees research metrics for the institution, including proposals and total research dollars awarded, research expenditures, and licensing revenue.

Graph depicting research award amounts

In 2nd quarter FY22 (December 1, 2021 through February 28, 2022), the Office of Research and Innovation assisted faculty with 345 proposals.  During this same period, there were 37 research awards processed through the Office of Research and Innovation.

The total research dollars awarded to the University through proposals submitted or contracts negotiated by the Office of Research and Innovation and gifts designated for research in 2nd quarter FY22 is $11,405,566.  This total does not include any cost share amounts.  Each School contributed to this total as follows:  

Administration$299,274
Behavioral and Brain Sciences$3,325,083
Engineering and Computer Sciences$2,118,355
Economic, Political & Policy Sciences$25,000
Natural Science and Mathematics$1,057,854
Research Gifts$4,580,000

DISCLAIMER:  Office of Research and Innovation uses reasonable efforts to provide accurate and up-to-date information based on the specific requests that we receive.  The numbers/amounts listed are accurate as of the date the report was provided.  The amounts are the total expected award and do not take into consideration funding cuts, stop work orders, transfers, or de-obligations.  Some of this information may be currently in an administrative process and is subject to change or verification.  Due to sponsor restrictions, some qualifying awards may not be listed below.

Faculty Research Awards

The following are awards that were made prior to 2nd quarter FY22 but received by The University after November 30, 2021:

Iungo, Giacomo Valerio, Improving High Resolution Offshore Wind Resource Assessments and Forecasts for the MA/RI Lease Areas, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, $443,163

Zheng, Jie, STTR Phase II: Advance Early Detection of Lupus Nephritis with ClearGold, ClearNano Inc., $368,178

Xia, Zhiyang, Investigation of Whistler-mode Chorus Wave Generation and Associated Electron Scattering in the Earth’s Inner Magnetosphere, Auburn University, $358,858

Dussor, Gregory, Site-directed RNA Editing of Nav1.7 as a Novel Analgesic, Marine Biological Laboratory, $339,292

Cogan, Stuart, Bi-Directional Neural Interface for Probing Parallel Visual Pathways, Stanford University, $222,161

Bray, Timothy, City of Dallas Human Trafficking Needs Assessment, City of Dallas, $125,000

Zheng, Jie, SBIR Fast Track: Advancing Fluorescence Imaging-guided Partial
Nephrectomy with ClearICG, ClearNano Inc., $100,000

Liu, Cong, Detect, Modulate, Integrate & Transfer Shared Experience Lifelong Learning, Loughborough University and Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) HR00112190132, $97,838

The following are awards over $100,000 received by UT Dallas faculty from Federal sponsors between December 1, 2021 and February 28, 2022:

Kroener, Sven, Synaptic Changes in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex in the Development of Compulsive Alcohol Drinking, National Institutes of Health R01AA028861, $1,764,500

Du, Shengwang, Entanglement Distribution among Six Remote Quantum Nodes through Cold Atomic Ensembles and Photon Polarizations, US Air Force Office of Scientific Research FA9550-22-1-0043, $450,000

Gelb, Lev, Acoustic Resonance Variance with Pressure and Imperfections in Hermetically-sealed Containers, Los Alamos National Laboratory CW8770, $404,342

Jahn, Kelly, Neural Signatures of Enhanced Central Auditory Gain in Hyperacusis, National Institutes of Health K01DC019647, $368,700

Anderson, Phillip, The Response of the Ionosphere/Thermosphere System to Forcing by Atmospheric Waves, NASA 80NSSC22K0173, $253,380

Makris, Georgios, Machine Learning Solutions for Golden-Chip Free Hardware Trojan
Detection based on Fusion of Electrical and Optical Measurements, Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technology N000425714, $150,000

The following are awards over $50,000 received by UT Dallas faculty from non-Federal sponsors between December 1, 2021 and February 28, 2022:

Hsu, Julia, Carbon-free Sol-gel Precursors for Metal Oxide EUV Resist, Semiconductor Research Corp. 2022-NM-3082, $270,000

Quevedo, Manuel, IPA SRA: X-ray sensors and systems based on thin films materials and devices), EMP Technology Solutions, Inc., $227,323

Lee, Yune, IPA SRA: Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Using a Novel 3D Sound Therapy, Digisonic, $220,000

Dragovic, Vladimir, Creating Undergraduate Certificate in Data Science, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, $177,000

Levene, Stephen, SRA: Isolation of Extrachromosomal-circular NDA (eccDNA), Phinomics Inc., $150,414

Walker, Amy, Next Generation Area Selective Deposition using Reactive SAMs and Photochemical CVD, Semiconductor Research Corp. 2022-NM-3086, $135,000

Gassensmith, Jeremiah, IPA SRA: Enzymatically cleavable dendrimers for slow release of active ingredients in skincare products, Noble Panacea Labs, $80,137

Ryu, Ill, STTR Phase I: Low-Cost Packaging Solution for Space-Grade and High-Reliability Integrated Circuits, Apogee Semiconductor, $79,801

Gassensmith, Jeremiah, IPA SRA: Tunable, Photodegradable Polymers for Cargo Delivery in Cosmetics, Noble Panacea Labs, $72,337

Jones, Caroline, RNA Virus Capture of Host Chemokines: Understanding Novel Viral Mechanisms of Immune Manipulation, University of Florida, $70,342

Bleris, Leonidas, Unraveling Mechanisms of Exceptional Response to Cyclin-dependent Kinase (CDK) Inhibitors in Patients with Advanced Breast Cancer, Hellenic Cooperative Oncology Group, $67,011

Kim, Jin Ryong, SRA: Testing EdgeCPS Metaverse Experimental Environment, Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, $65,000

Prasad, Shalini, Assessment of a Biosensor for Electrochemical Efficacy in Designing an Assay Platform on READ 2.0 for Melioidosis Antigen Measurement, EnLiSense LLC, $63,180

Iungo, Giacomo, Technical Support for the American Wake Experiment (AWAKEN) Project, Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC, Managing and Operating Contractor for the National Renewable Energy Laboratory for the U.S. Department of Energy, $58,650

Rugg, Michael, Behavioral and Pharmacological Manipulation of Time Cell Activity in the Human Mesial Temporal Lobe, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, $54,945

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