Research Foundation

Research Foundation Awards and Recognitions

Research and Scholarship

The Research Foundation honors SUNY faculty for outstanding scholarly and research contributions in all areas of academic pursuit, from the humanities, arts and social sciences to the sciences, medicine and engineering. The individuals are recognized leaders in their respective fields of endeavor.

University at Albany faculty receiving Research Foundation recognition includes:

 

2008 Honoring Research and Scholarship
  Timothy Gage, Anthropology Department

Ronald Toseland, School of Social Welfare
   
   
2007 Honoring Research and Scholarship
 

T.S. Kuan, Department of Physics

Conley Reider, Department of Biomedical Sciences

   
   
2006 Honoring Research and Scholarship
 

Edna Acosta-Belen, Department of Latin American, Caribbean & Latino Studies

Steven Messner, Department of Sociology

Gordon Gallup, Department of Psychology

Bonnie Steinbock, Department of Psychology

   
   
2005 Honoring Research and Scholarship
 

Henryk Baran, Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures

Sho–Ya Wang, Department of Biological Sciences

   
   
2004 Excellence in Pursuit of Knowledge Award
  Kajal Lahiri, Economics Department
   
   
2003 Honoring Research and Scholarship
 

Eric Block, Department of Chemistry

Joachim Frank, Department of Biomedical Science

John Logan, Department of Sociology

William J. Reid, School of Social Welfare

   
   
2002 Honoring Research in Science, Engineering & Medicine
 

Marlene Belfort, Department of Biomedical Science

Edward Blanchard, Department of Psychology

Honoring Research in Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences

Richard Alba, Department of Sociology

Arthur Applebee, Department of Educational Theory & Practice

Betty Daniel, Department of Economics

   
   
2001 Honoring Research in Science, Engineering & Medicine
 

Lance F. Bosart, Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Timothy L. Lance, Department of Mathematics

   
  Honoring Research in Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
 

Judith Langer, Department of Educational Theory & Practice

Terence P. Thornberry, School of Criminal Justice


Research Foundation Rising Star Award

The following UAlbany faculty were recognized by the Research Foundation, SUNY for their promise based on obtaining external funding for the first time, getting a patent for the first time and getting published for the first time.

2008 Nathaniel Cady, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering

Scott Tenenbaum, Gen*NY*Sis Center for Excellence in Cancer Genomics
   
   

Innovation, Creation and Discovery

Promising Inventors

University at Albany faculty recognized for submitting their first invention disclosures.

   
2005 Julio Aguirre-Ghiso, Department of Biomedical Science and
  Center for Excellence in Cancer Genomics
   
  Sridar Chittur, Department of Biomedical Science and Center for Excellence in Cancer Genomics
   
 

Sanjay Goel, Department of Information Technology Management

Mengbing Huang, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering

Vincent LaBella, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering

   
   
2004 Michael A. Carpenter, College of Nanoscale Science and
  Engineering
   
  Ben Szaro, Department of Biological Sciences
   
   
2003 Eric Lifshin, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering
   
 

Fatemeh Shahedipour-Sandvik, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering

Ana V. Perez, Center for Functional Genomics

   
   
2002 Rabi Musah, Department of Chemistry
Eric Eisenbraun, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering
 
 
First Time Patent
The State University of New York holds more than 650 patents, with 44 patents issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in fiscal 2004. The following University at Albany faculty were among several SUNY faculty honored for receiving their first patents.
   
2004 James Castracane, College of Nanoscale Science and
  Engineering
   
 
2003 Albert Millis, Department of Biological Sciences
   
   
2002 Paul Toscano, Department of Chemistry
   
   
Outstanding Inventor
The following University at Albany faculty was among SUNY faculty who were recognized as Outstanding Inventors for either receiving multiple patents, bringing in considerable licensing income from the invention or the other significance of the invention.
   
2002 Alain Kaloyeros, College of Nanoscale Science and
  Engineering
   

Honoring Partners in Leadership

2004
Alain Kaloyeros, College of Nanoscale Science and
  Engineering
   

 

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