Faculty Senate Grant: University of California, Davis (Role: PI)
Monkey ‘fairness’: the evolution of morality or a simple socioaffective response?
7/18 through 8/19

R21 NS104692 (Role: PI)

National Institute of Neurological Disease and Stroke
Quantitative neuroanatomical analysis of Zika-exposed macaque brains
09/17 through 08/19

Murray B. Gardner Junior Faculty Research Fellowship (Role: PI)
Center for Comparative Medicine, UC Davis
The impact of Zika virus infection on the developing post-natal infant brain
07/17 through 09/18

R43 AI132041 (Phase 1) (Role: Subcontract PI)
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease
Novel, simple and rapid point-of-care lateral flow immunoassays for diagnosis of Zika virus infection
08/17 through 04/18 (NCE through 04/19)

R21 MH112539 (Role: Co-PI)
National Institute of Mental Health
Neural mechanisms of social affect induction
04/17 through 03/19

R21 AI129479 (Role: Co-I)
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease
Development of a nonhuman primate model of fetal Zika virus infection and disease
11/16 through 10/18

R21 HD086356 from the National Institute for Child Health and Development (Role: PI)
National Institute of Child Health and Development
Individual Differences in Early Autonomic Nervous System Activity
12/15 through 11/18 (NCE)

R01 GM114017 from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences (Role: Co-I)
Determining the Dynamic Influence of Social Networks on Development and Health Trajectories
7/15 through 6/20

National Science Foundation (Role: Co-I)
Drivers and Mechanisms Underlying Human-Macaque Coupled Systems Across a Socio-Cultural Gradient
7/15 through 6/20



P01 AG016765-15S1 (Role: Co-I)
National Institute of Aging
Estrogen and the Aging Brain

California National Primate Research Center Pilot Program (Role: Co-I)
Development of a Nonhuman Primate Model of Zika Virus Infection

K99 MH10138 from the National Institute of Mental Health (Role: PI)
Neural Networks Supporting Social and Emotional Behavior
9/13 through 8/15 (NCE through 8/16)

F32 MH087067 from the National Institute of Mental Health (Role: PI)
The Anterior Cingulate Cortex’s Role in Normal Socioemotional Behavior
7/11 through 8/13

Our research is also supported by funding from the Office of the Director of the National Institute of Health awarded to the California National Primate Research Center: Grant OD011107.