Our group has received research, education, instrumentation, and personnel support from a variety of federal and private agencies. Selected projects (Pluth PI) are included below:


Research Support

Active

National Science Foundation (CHE-1454747) “CAREER: Understanding the Reactivity of Hydrogen Sulfide with Bio(in)organic Targets,” 2015-2020

National Science Foundation (CHE-1506221 “Self-Assembled Multicomponent Ligands for Allosteric Catalysis,” 2015-2019

National Institutes of Health (R01GM113030) “Chemical Tools for Delivery and Detection of Biological Hydrogen Sulfide,” 2015-2020

Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation “New Tools for Biological Hydrogen Sulfide Research and Applications to Enhanced Chemical Education,” 2016-2021

Alfred P. Sloan Foundation “Chemical Tool for Understanding Biological H2S,” 2015-2017

Completed

National Institutes of Health (R00GM092970) “Developing fluorescent probes for the endogenous gaseous transmitters NO and H2S,” 2011-2015

Medical Research Foundation of Oregon “Understanding the biological reactivity of H2S with model bio(in)organic platforms,” 2013-2014.

 

Outreach/Education Support

Active

Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation (SG-12-043) “Furlough Friday Science Days at the University of Oregon,” 2012-2017

 

Instrumentation Grants

Active

National Science Foundation (CHE-1531189) “MRI: Acquisition of an Epifluorescent Microscope for Research and Education at the University of Oregon CAMCOR Facility,” 2015-2018. (w/ Haley, DeRose, Johnson, Jasti)

National Science Foundation (CHE-1625529) “MRI: Acquisition of a High Resolution Mass Spectrometer for Research and Education at the University of Oregon CAMCOR Facility,” 2016-2019 (w/ Jasti)

National Institutes of Health (GM113030-02S1) HPLC Supplement for Chemical Tools for Delivery and Detection of Biological Hydrogen Sulfide,” 2016-2017.

 

Members of the Pluth Lab have received support from the following sources: