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R01NR019531-01 (Reyes)                                         07/01/2020 – 06/30/2025        3 calendar

NIH/NINR                                                                $353,799

Identification of causal factors underlying cognitive deficits in a mouse model of childhood leukemia survival

Experiments in this proposal will use a mouse model of cancer plus chemotherapy in early life to better  understand how the brain is negatively affected, and to start to identify new therapies to improve cognitive side effects in childhood cancer survivors.

Role: PI


R21DA049253-01 (Reyes)                                         09/01/2019 – 08/31/2021        2.4 calendar

NIH/NIDA                                                                $150,000

DAT18-09 Maternal opioid exposure and executive function evaluation in the mouse

This application is designed to examine executive function endpoints in a mouse model of perinatal opioid


Role: PI


1R25NS115532-01 (Contact PI/PD: Reyes)                 12/01/2019 – 11/30/2024        .96 calendar

NIH/NINDS                                                              $97,890

Research Innovation in NeuroScience Education for Underserved Populations (RISE UP)

The goal of the RISE UP grant is to support our efforts to equip outstanding undergraduate students from diverse and/or under-privileged backgrounds with research, professional, and social-emotional skills to thrive in cutting-edge neuroscience graduate programs.

Role: MPI


Research Grant                                                        07/01/2020 – 06/30/2022        0.24 calendar

Rally Foundation                                                       $50,000

scRNAseq to identify mechanisms of cognitive deficits in ALL survivors

In this grant scRNA seq will be used to determine whether methyl donor supplementation during chemotherapy can protect against the cellular and molecular changes in the brain of leukemia survivors using a novel mouse model.

Role: PI

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