MSU Research Foundation and MSU Announce Recipients of 2023 Strategic Partnership Grants
Read the full announcement on the MSU Research Foundation website.
The Michigan State University Research Foundation (MSU Research Foundation) and Michigan State University announced the recipients of the 2023 Strategic Partnership Grants Program (SPG Program), an important funding mechanism that supports promising new initiatives in key areas of research, scholarship, and multidisciplinary collaboration. Successful concepts aim to promote productive and sustained collaborations at MSU, leading to significant external funding and driving ideas with long-term impact. The SPG Program is jointly funded by the MSU Research Foundation and MSU colleges. After a rigorous internal peer review process conducted by MSU faculty and research administrators, the top five proposals were submitted to the foundation’s Grants Committee for presentation and review.
Rebecca Anthony, associate professor in the College of Engineering, is working on the next generation of diamond reactors, with aims to unlock the extraordinary electronic, mechanical and thermal properties of single-crystal diamond (SCD) grown at a size of an inch or larger, otherwise known as a mesoscale.Rebecca's Bio
Bin Chen, associate professor in the College of Human Medicine, has established the AI Center for drug discovery (AID), which intends to develop a new drug discovery core that leverages artifical intelligence (AI).Bin's Bio
Dohun Pyeon, associate professor in the College of Natural Science, is researching how to develop a next-generation immunotherapy that can treat cancer patients who do not respond to the current immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy.Dohun's Bio
Since 2001, the Michigan State University Research Foundation has provided more than $37 million in funding for more than 70 SPG projects that have been able to able to raise in excess of $100 million in outside funding from state and federal funding sources. To read more about this year's group of SPG Award winners, please visit their website to learn more.