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Past Awards

These are research projects that were awarded grants in the past.

Establishing an integrated undergraduate biomedical laboratory curriculum and research environment at Bemidji State University

Education Grant Recipient: Mark Wallert, PhD

Grant Period: 2017-2018

Award Value: $100,000

Site: Bemidji State University

Read Wallert's Final Report here

Project Summary:

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Innovators of the Future: Native Americans into Medicine

Education Grant Recipient: Mary J. Owen, MD

Grant Period: 2017-2018

Award Value: $80,267

Site: University of Minnesota Duluth

Read Owen’s Final Report here

Project Summary:

This program provides college level programming that strives to improve academic, particularly science, proficiency and to provide health professions school preparedness to American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) college students.

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AmnioStent™ - Combining nitinol scaffold with amnion tissue to create a novel airway stent technology for tracheobronchial applications

Biobusiness Grant Recipient: John Schorgl, BA

Grant Period: 2017-2018

Award Value: $100,000

Site: Peytant Solutions, Inc.

Project Summary:

Peytant Solutions is developing a human amnion tissue cover scaffold, called the AmnioStent™, for the treatment of malignant airway strictures.  The goal of this grant is to conduct sterilization and biocompatibility validation testing of AmnioStent per the FDA Guidance for Premarket Notifications of Esophageal and Tracheal Prostheses and preparation of the FDA 510k application. 

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