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Development and Evaluation of Innovative Approaches for the Quantitative Assessment of Pathogens in Drinking Water

Request for Applications closing date: June 9, 2005

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Identifier Abstract Principal Investigator Institution Project Period State
1 R833223
Monitoring, Photochemical Fate, and Oxidative Degradation by UV and Solar-based Catalytic Technologies of Cyanotoxins in Freshwater Estuaries Dionysiou, Dionysios D.
Deis, Donald R.
Miller, Cheryl L.
O'Shea, Kevin
Westrick, Judy
University of Cincinnati,Florida International University,Lake Superior State University,PBS&J,Green Water Laboratories/CyanoLab April 2007 -
March 2010  
2 R833005
Rapid and Quantitative Detection of Helicobacter Pylori and E. Coli O157 in Well Water Using a Nano-Wired Biosensor and QPCR Alocilja, Evangelyn C.
Molloy, Stephanie L.
Rose, Joan B.
Dreelin, Erin
Michigan State University November 2006 -
October 2009
(Extended to October 2011)  
3 R833006
Simultaneous Concentration and Real-time Detection of Multiple Classes of Microbial Pathogens from Drinking Water Sobsey, Mark D.
Simmons, Otto D.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill October 2006 -
October 2009  
4 R833007
Robust Piezoelectric-Excited Millimeter-sized Cantilever Sensors for Detecting Pathogens in Drinking Water at 1 cell/Liter Mutharasan, R.

Drexel University October 2006 -
September 2009
(Extended to August 2011)  
5 R833010
On-Chip PCR, Nanoparticles, and Virulence/Marker Genes for Simultaneous Detection of 20 Waterborne Pathogens and Potential Indicator Organisms Hashsham, Syed
Tarabara, Volodymyr
Tiedje, James M.
Michigan State University September 2006 -
August 2009
(Extended to August 2011)  
6 R833008
Development of High-Throughput and Real-Time Methods for the Detection of Infective Enteric Viruses Chen, Wilfred
Mulchandani, Ashok
Myung, Nosang V.
Yates, Marylynn
Yates, Marylynn V.
University of California - Riverside August 2006 -
August 2009
(Extended to August 2011)  
7 R833002
Quantitative Assessment of Pathogens in Drinking Water Schwab, Kellogg J.
Graczyk, Thaddeus
Halden, Rolf U.
Johns Hopkins University August 2006 -
August 2009
(Extended to September 2010)  
8 R833102
The Isolation and Characterization of Naturally-Occurring Amoeba-Resistant Bacteria from Water Samples Farone, Anthony L.
Berk, Sharon G.
Gunderson, John H.
Farone, Mary B
Middle Tennessee State University,Tennessee Technological University August 2006 -
August 2007
(Extended to August 2010)  
9 R833003
Development and Evaluation of an Innovative System for the Concentration and Quantitative Detection of CCL Pathogens in Drinking Water Tzipori, Saul
Walt, David
Zuckermann, Udi
Tufts University,Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine August 2006 -
August 2009
(Extended to July 2011)  
10 R833009
Development of a Universal Microbial Collector (UMC) for Enteric Pathogens in Water and its Application for the Detection of Contaminant Candidate List Organisms in Water Bright, Kelly R.
Gerba, Charles P.
University of Arizona August 2006 -
July 2009
(Extended to July 2010)  
11 R833004
Detecting Pathogens in Water by Ultrafiltration and Microarray Analysis Lee, Anthea K.
DeLeon, Ricardo
Rochelle, Paul A.
Metropolitan Water District of Southern California July 2006 -
July 2009
(Extended to July 2011)  
12 R833011
A Novel Molecular-Based Approach for Broad Detection of Viable Pathogens in Drinking Water Meschke, John Scott
Cangelosi, Gerard A.
University of Washington,Seattle Biomedical Research Institute,Seatttle Biomedical Research Institute. July 2006 -
July 2009
(Extended to August 2010)  

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