Grants and Funding



National Institutes of Health

RAE – (Realize, Analyze, Engage)
A digital biomarker based detection and intervention system for stress and
cravings during recovery from substance abuse.
Source: National Institute of Health (NIH) – SBIR;
Amount: $1,706,153 ($134,310 for UT Tyler)
(2019 – 2022)


National Science Foundation

Easy-Med: Interdisciplinary training in security, privacy assured Internet of Medical Things
Amount: $248,597
(2019 – 2022)


Rising Star Award

Rising Star Award
Amount: $500,000
(2018 – 2021)



National Institutes of Health

Prematurity-related ventilatory control (Pre-Vent)
Amount: $2,455,474, ($518,645 for UT Tyler)
(2016-2022)


Department of Veteran Affairs

Design of a wearable sensor system and associated algorithm to track suicidal ideation from movement
variability and develop a novel objective marker of suicidal
ideation and behavior risk in veterans.
Amount: $359,996 ($55,900 for UT Tyler)
(2016-2020)


National Science Foundation

Design of a wearable biosensor system with wireless
network for the remote detection of life threatening events
in neonates
Amount: $656,583 ($144,754 for UT Tyler)
(2014-2017)