In 2017, Dr. Robert Gregg received funding from the National Science Foundation in the amount of $500,000 for his research investigating control powered prosthetic and orthotic (P&O) devices for lower-limb amputees and stroke survivors.
In 2016, the National Institute of Health awarded Dr. Duane Winkler $1,333,409 for his research in understanding how copper ions are distributed to an enzyme in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
In 2017, Dr. Midori Kitagawa received an award of $1,018,429 for her research on computer-based learning programs that teach physics to high school student and require no prior knowledge of coding.
National Institutes of Health awarded Dr. Amy Pinkham with $420,750 for her research in 2017 regarding paranoia and neurobehaviorial mechanism identification for paranoid ideation.
In 2017, Dr. Heather Hayenga received an award of $231,000 from the American Heart Association for her research on Predicting Arterial Changes During Atherogenesis: An Agent-Based Modeling Approach.
Dr. Taylor Ware was awarded $175,711 from the National Science Foundation in 2017  for his collaborative research on Microfabrication and Self-Assembly of Shape Changing Hydrogels with Chromonic Liquid Crystalline Order.
In 2017, Cersci Therapeutics granted Dr. Ted Price $48,020 for his research on SBIR: Novel AMPK Activators for the Treatment of Neuropathic Pain.
Dr. Alvaro Cardenas received $80,000 from the US Air Force for Data-Driven Reconfiguration of Dynamical Systems Under Attack in 2017.