Farshad Fotouhi | Wayne State University
 Funded Research

  • NIH, “Text Messaging to improve Hypertension Medication Adherence in African Americans,” September 2010-August 2012, “$297,239 (PI: Lorraine Buis, Co-PIs: Loren Schwiebert, Nancy Artinian) Grant#: R21 HS019092-01
  • NSF, “BPC-LSA: STRONG Computing Pipeline,” May 2010-April 2013, $ 639,876 (PI: Monica Brockmeyer, Co-PIs: S. Mahmud, R. McIntyer, S. Roberts) Grant #: CNS-0940592
  • Henry Ford Health Systems , “Integrated Image Analysis System,” May 2009-August 2010, $40,910.
  • NSF, “CRI: IAD Acquisition of Research Infrastructure for Knowledge-enhanced, Large-scale Learning of Multimodality Visual Data,”, May 2008-April 2010, $295,022 (PI: Ming Dong, Co-PIs, Jing Hua, Mark Haacke) Grant #: CNS-0751045
  • WSU, “A Computational Model of Human Epilepsy”, President’s Research Enhancement Program, June 1, 2007-May 1, 2008, $292,609 ( PI: Jeffrey Loeb Co-PIs: S. Lu, J. Hua)
  • NSF, “SEIII-II(BIO): Automatic Tools for the Integration and Analysis of Life Sciences Data,” July 2006-June 2009, $896,550, (PI: Hasan Jamil, other Co-PIs: Alexander Gow and Russell L. Finley Jr.) Grant #: IIS-0612203
  • NSF, “BPC-DP: Information Management and Systems Engineering,” March 1, 2006-Feb. 28, 2009, $499,970, (PI: Monica Brockmeyer); Grant #: CNS-0540529
  • NSF, “Instrument Acquisition for Endangered Languages Research; Development of on Ontology Toolbox,” September 2005-August 2008, $294,200, (Co-PIs: Hasan Jamil, Shiyong Lu, Ming Dong, Anthony Aristar); Grant #:  CNS-05121454
  • NIH, “Integrated Image Analysis System for Epilepsy,” August 2004-July 2008, $810,000, (PI. Hamid Soltanian-Zadeh, Henry Ford Health System, Grant #: 1 R01 EB002450-01A)
  • NIH/DHHS, “Infrastructure Equipment for Gene Expression Analysis,”, August 2003 – July 2004, $188,256, (PI- S. Draghici, Grant #: 1-S10RR017857-01)
  • Reckitt Benckiser Pharmaceutical Inc., “Post-Marketing Abuse Surveillance-Subutex/Suboxone,” September 2003-May 2005, $98,668.
  • Wayne State University, Research Enhancement Program, “Advanced Technologies in Language Engineering: A Digital Library for Endangered Languages,” $200,000, August 2003 – July 2005 (Co-PIs: S. Lu, M. Dong, R. Reynolds from Computer Science; A. Aristar, M. Ratliff, G. Nathan from English Department; J. Tan form Information Systems and Manufacturing; R. Powell from Library and Information Science Program)
  • Michigan Life Sciences Corridor, “Biocomputing and Bioengineering Tools for Surgical Applications,” $3,442,150, September 2003-September 2006 (PI- Lucia Zamorano and 7 other Co-PIs)
  • Data Consulting Group and City of Detroit Water & Sewerage Department, “EMPAC Knowledge Transfer and Training,” $311,818, June 2002-August 2003 (Co-PI, M. Brockmeyer, Co-PI, G. Morrison, College of Education)
  • NIH, “A Drosophila Genome-wide Protein Interaction Map," January 2002 – December 2004, $1,318,885 (PI- Dr. Russell Finley Jr,, Center for Molecular Medicine & Genetics, Grant #: 2R01HG01536-06A1)
  • Henry Ford Health Systems, “Medical Image Processing and Information Analysis,” September 2001 – August 2003, $94,125.
  • Medical Knowledge Systems, Inc. Detroit, MI, "Design and Development of Wireless RAMS Patient Queue System,” September 2002, August 2003, $37,809.
  • Weiss Construction & City of Detroit Water & Sewerage Department, "Evaluation and Recommendations for DWS-805/808 SCADA System Mapping and Tracking System," September 2001-August 2002, $180,737.
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse, "Interactive Motivational Media for Perinatal Drug Abuse," April 2001-March 2006, $443,446. (PI-Dr. Steven Ondersma, Department of Psychiatry, Co-PI: Charles Schuster, Department of Psychiatry, Grant #: 5R21 DA14621-02).
  • National Institute on Drug Abuse, "Brief Intervention with At-Risk First Time Mothers", April 2001- November 2005, $461,676. (PI-Dr. Steven Ondersma, Merrill-Palmer Institute, Grant #: 5R21 DA00516)
  • Skillman Foundation through Southeastern Michigan Health Association, “Mining Childhood Immunization Registry Database,” January 2002-December 2003, $32,
  • Medical Knowledge Systems, Inc. Detroit, MI, "Image + Medical Record Database for Cancer Patients," January 2000-August 2002, $236,604.  
  • Skillman Foundation through Southeastern Michigan Health Association, "Southeastern Michigan Childhood Immunization Registry," January 1999-December 2001, $176,632.
  • Wayne State University, Instructional Equipment Grant, 2002, $50,380.
  • Wayne State University, Student Technology Fund, “Web-Casting Computer Science Courses,” $18,024, 2001.
  • Wayne State University, Student Technology Fund, “Fostering Experimentation in the Computer Science Curriculum, $77,056, 2001.
  • Wayne State University, Instructional Equipment Awards, 2001, $33,000.
  • NSF, CISE Research Instrumentation, "Laboratory for Data Management and Modeling," January 1998-December 1998, $91,048.  Wayne State University has also contributed $80,224 to this project. (PI - W. Grosky)
  • Qualisoft, "Enhancements of the QFD Designer,"  May 1998– August 1998, $13,000.
  • Ford Motor Company, Advanced Vehicle & CAE Systems Department, "A Multimedia Interface to the Global PowerTrain Common Data Naming System," August 1996-May 1997, $32,570.
  • Ford Motor Company, Safety Laboratory Department, "A Multimedia Adaptive Interface to the Auto Safety Database," September 1995- December 1996, $45,034.
  • Ford Motor Company, Scientific Research Laboratory, "Safety Information Access System," May 1995-December 1996 $115,100. (Co-PI:  W.I. Grosky)
  • Medical Knowledge Systems, Inc. Detroit, MI, "Study of Data Warehouses for PACS," June 1995-May 1996, $21,820.  (Co-PI:  W.I. Grosky)
  • Wayne State University, Interdisciplinary Research Seed Fund, “Computer Based Nursing Intervention and Smoking Cessation Outcomes in Pregnant Women,” May 1995, $5,000.  (PI: Virginia Rice, Co-PIs: P. Hoyer, College of Nursing, and M. Ayer, College of Medicine)
  • American Cancer Society, "C.A.R.E., Cancer Attitude Risk Education," August 1994-May 1994, $32,192. ( Co-PIs: Don Ragan and Arthur Porter, Radiation Oncology Department)
  • Ford Motor Company, Safety Laboratory Department, "Database Application Development/Enhancements for the Auto Safety Testing," September 94-August 1995, $29,735.            
  • Wayne State University, College of Science, "CASPER: A Hypermedia Departmental Information System," September 1994-August 1995, $8,448 for equipment and one GRA. (Co-PI: N. Goel)
  • Medical Knowledge Systems, Inc. Detroit, MI, "Medical Image Databases," June 94-May 95, $25,520.  (Co-PI: W.I. Grosky)
  • US Army TACOM, Warren, MI, “Tracked Vehicle Workstation (TVWS) Data Model Evaluation,” October 1993-May 1994, $14,880.  (PI: W.I. Grosky)
  • McInerney/Miller Bros., Detroit, Michigan, “Sales Automation Systems,” November 1993-December 1993,  $4,120.
  • Ford Motor Company, Engineering Data System, CAD/CAM Department , “Real-Time Error Detection in the Automatic Vehicle Weighing System,” May 93-August 94, $55,000.  (Co-PI:  W. I. Grosky).  
  • Wayne State University, Interdisciplinary Research Seed Fund, “Anatomical Atlas Database Management,”August 1993, $5000.  (Co-PIs:  W.I. Grosky, and S.P. Rana)
  • Ford of England, "An Object-Oriented Approach for Integrating Heterogeneous Databases," January 1992-May 1993, $55,000. (PI: W.I. Grosky)
  • Ford Motor Company,  Information Systems Department, Car Product Development, "Dispersed Data Management," January 1990- May 1991, $58,573.  (PI: W.I. Grosky)
  • Wayne State University, "Genetic Algorithms and the Search for an Optimal Database Secondary Index Set," Faculty Research Award, 1990, $5,000.
  • Wayne State University, "Object-Oriented Database Design,” Supplemental Research Equipment Fund Award,  1990, $15,657. (PI: W.I. Grosky)

Farshad Fotouhi 
Farshad Fotouhi, PhD
Dean
College of Engineering,
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI 48202
 
 
 

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