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RESEARCH - ACADEMIC GRANTS


Chondrometrics software or analysis services have been used in many academically funded projects:

  • R01 Grant NIH AR054806 (National Institute of Health); 2008 through 2013
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, and Dr. Leena Sharma, Northwestern University Chicago, IL, principal investigator of the project
    Relationship of Hip Muscle Group Weakness to Deterioration of the OA Knee by MRI.
  • P60 Grant NIH AR048098 (National Institute of Health); 2007 through 2012
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, Dr. Leena Sharma, Northwestern University Chicago, IL, principal investigator of the project, and Dr. Richard Pope, Northwestern University Chicago, IL, principal investigator of the Multidisciplinary Clinical Research Center
    Potential Beneficial Role of Hip Muscles in Knee Osteoarthritis.
  • RO1 NIH Grant AR052528-01A2 (National Institute of Health); 2006 through 2011
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, and Dr. Stephen Messier, Wake Forest University, Winston Salem, NC, principal investigator of the project
    Intensive Dietary Restriction with Exercise in Arthritis
  • Vendor Contract of the Osteoarthritis Initiative Coordinating Center at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) No. 9000011523; 2008 through 2010
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, with Dr. Michael Nevitt, University of California San Francisco, principal investigator of the project
    Quantitative Cartilage Analysis in a Sample of OA Initiative Index Knees
  • Vendor Contract of the Osteoarthritis Initiative Coordinating Center at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) No. 9000011571; 2008 through 2009Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, with Dr. Michael Nevitt, University of California San Francisco, principal investigator of the project
    Baseline, 12, and 24 Month Quantitative Cartilage Analysis in a Sample of 107 OA Initiative Index Knees
  • American College of Radiology; 2007 through 2008
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subrecipient agreement, with Dr. Tim Mosher, Pennsylvania State University, College of Medicine, Milton Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania, principal investigator of the project
    Reproducibility and stability of measures of cartilage morphology with 3 Tesla MR imaging
  • RO1 NIH Grant HD043500 (National Institute of Health); 2005 through 2007
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, and Dr. Leena Sharma, Northwestern University Chicago, IL, principal investigator of the project
    Laxity and malalignment in a large cohort study of OA (MOST).
  • RO1 Grant NIH AR48216 (National Institute of Health); 2002 through 2007
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, and Dr. Leena Sharma, Northwestern University Chicago, IL, principal investigator of the project
    Thema: Progression of knee OA: The role of local factors (MAK).
  • NIH (National Institute of Health) Consultancy; 2004 through 2005
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, with Dr. Michael Nevitt, University of California San Francisco, principal investigator of the project
    Test-Retest Cartilage Volume Analysis for Cross Validation and Coil Comparison in the Osteoarthritis Initiative Pilot Study.
  • Arthritis Foundation Clinical Sciences Grant; 2001 through 2006
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, and Dr. David Felson, Boston Universiy, Boston, MA, principal investigator of the project
    Correlates of articular cartilage volume and thickness in Framingham Subjects.
  • Center Grant NIH # P60 AR47785 (National Institute of Health); 2001 through 2006
    Dr. Felix Eckstein, principal investigator of the subcontract, and Dr. David Felson, Boston Universiy, Boston, MA, principal investigator of the project
    Correlates of Articular Cartilage Thickness in Knees of Subjects in the Framingham Study.
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