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Awards

Awards: Funds that have been awarded to group members include-

Samir Awadallah:

  • Assessment of Lifestyle, Anti-oxidative, Oxidative and Inflammatory Markers in relation to Metabolic Syndrome components among adults in UAE (on going research funded by UOS – AED109,000); September 2015-2017
  • Serum levels of Lecithin:Cholesterol Acyltransferase (LCAT) in type 2 Diabetes Mellitus: Correlations with concentration and phenotypes of haptoglobin. Supported by a grant from Boehringer-Ingelheim, Dubai, UAE.  Principal investigator; Total fund awarded: AED 16,000;.  Jan. 2014-Sept. 2015
  • Influence of haptoglobin phenotypes on the expression of CD163 and uptake of hemoglobin-haptoglobin complex by macrophages. Supported by a grant from Boehringer-Ingelheim, Dubai, UAE.  Principal investigator; Total fund awarded: AED 19,000;.  Jan. 2015-Sept. 2015.
  • Ischemia Modified Albumin in Thalassemia patients: Correlation with Iron Store Status. Seed grant from the UOS College of Graduate Studies and Research. Principal investigator; Total fund awarded: AED 20,000. Jan. 2009-June 2011.
 

Hayder Hasan:

  •  Assessment of Lifestyle, Anti-oxidative, Oxidative and Inflammatory Markers in relation to Metabolic Syndrome components among adults in UAE (on going research funded by UOS – AED109,000); September 2015-2017
  • Relationships of Vitamin D, VDR polymorphism and adipokines and their effects on the oral health in Metabolic Syndrome. Collaborative grant from the College of Graduate Studies and Research, University of Sharjah; Principal investigator; Total fund awarded: AED 94,000/=; October 2013
  • Sheikh Hamdan Award to support Medical research in UAE:
  • Continuous Glucose Monitoring System analysis during Ramadan fasting (2007-2008). The amount was AED 116,250
  • T2DM and Periodontal Diseases: A Comparison between diabetic and non-diabetic (2009-2010). The amount was AED 107,000


Amita Attlee:

  • Assessment of Lifestyle, Anti-oxidative, Oxidative and Inflammatory Markers in relation to Metabolic Syndrome components among adults in UAE (on going research funded by UOS – AED109,000); September 2015-2017
  • Development, Implementation and Evaluation of Technology Mediated Lifestyle Intervention for Promoting Weight Loss and Improving Nutritional Behaviors among Young Adults (External collaborator- recently approved by the UAEU interdisciplinary center-based research grant competition. Total fund awarded: AED 499, 950/=; January 2015- 2018.
  • Assessment of nutritional status in students living on campus in University of Sharjah. Principal Investigator: Seed Grant Project from the UOS College of Graduate Studies and Research; Total fund awarded: AED 20,000/=; February 2011-December 2014.                   


 

Veena Raigangar:

  • Assessment of Lifestyle, Anti-oxidative, Oxidative and Inflammatory Markers in relation to Metabolic Syndrome components among adults in UAE (on going research funded by UOS – AED109,000); September 2015-2017
  • Short statements About SIMR- MSRD Research group lab work (basic science investigations) is conducted at the Clinical Chemistry laboratory (Building M 32- Lab G- 42).