Funding

Stanford University School of Medicine Center for Innovation in Global Health
Complex Data and Deep Learning for Disease Outbreak Prediction
Awardee/Principal Investigator Desiree LaBeaud
2017-2018


Stanford Child Health Research Institute
The Spectrum of Zika Virus Disease in Grenada
Awardee/Principal Investigator, Desiree LaBeaud
2017-2018


NIH, R21TW010536
Neurodevelopment and Vector-borne Disease: Building Research Capacity in the Tropics
Co-Principal Investigator, Desiree LaBeaud
2016-2018


Stanford Institute for Immunity, Transplantation, and Infection
Seed Interdisciplinary Research Award
Characterizing the Effects of Antenatal Parasitic Infection on Fetal Immune System Development
Principal Investigator, Desiree LaBeaud
2016-2018


Stanford Woods Institute Environmental Venture Project Grant
Predicting Dengue Transmission in a Changing Climate to Improve Mosquito Control
Co-Principal Investigator, Desiree LaBeaud
2016-2018


Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health Seed Grant
Predicting Dengue Transmission in a Changing Climate
Co-Principal Investigator, Desiree LaBeaud
2016-2017


Bechtel Faculty Scholar Award, Stanford Child Health Research Institute
Integrated Vector Management as a Strategy for Reduced Disease Risk in a Newly Discovered Region of Dengue Fever in Africa
Awardee, Desiree LaBeaud
2015-2020


NIH, U24AI118648
Miniaturized Automated Whole Blood Cellular Analysis System
Co-Principal Investigator with H. Maecker
2015-2020


American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, Robert E. Shope International Fellowship in Infectious Diseases
Characterization of Immune Factors of Severe and Chronic Chikungunya Disease in Grenada, West Indies
Mentor
2015-2016


NIH, R01 AI102918
The Burden of Chikungunya and Dengue Transmission Infection and Disease in Kenya
Principal Investigator, Desiree LaBeaud
2013-2018


Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Global Health Grant
“Effect of Early Maternal Treatment for Parasitic Infections”
Principal Investigator, Charles King
2012-2016


Pacific Northwest Regional Center of Excellence in Biodefense and Emerging Pathogens New Research Project Award
“The Burden of Chikungunya and Dengue Infection in Kenya”
Principal Investigator, Desiree LaBeaud
2012-2014


Midwest Regional Center of Excellence Program Project Award, NIH. U54AI057160
“Innate Immunity of Rift Valley Fever Virus”
Principal Investigator, James Kazura
2009-2014


Department of Homeland Security: Center of Excellence for Emerging Zoonotic Animal Diseases
Risk Factors for Rift Valley Fever Virus Infections among Herders in Kenya, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, and Madagascar.
Principal Investigator, Gregory Gray
Kenya Site Principal Investigator, Desiree LaBeaud
2011-2013