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RESEARCH FUNDING Rashid Bashir, Massachusetts General Hospital, A Microfluidic Biochip to Perform Complete Blood Cell Count at Point of Care, April 2015—April 2016, $145,000. Gary Eden, AFOSR, Laser and Gas Chromatography Systems for Studies of Excited Molecular Complexes and Phased Arrays of Microlasers, dates, $918,000. Kent Choquette, NSF, Optical Phased Laser Arrays and Their Functionality, September 2015—August 2018, $350,000. Milton Feng, Army Research Office, Bit Error Rate Test Equipment for High-Speed Vertical Cavity Transistor Laser-Microcavity VCSEL and Photoreceiver, Sept. 2014—Aug. 2015, $200,000. Brian Cunningham, Brendan Harley, and Mary Kraft, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging & Bioengineering, Label Free Interrogation of Heterogeneties in HSC Fate Decision Signatures, April 2015—January 2017, $193,000. Brian Cunningham, NSF, Multiresonator Photonic Crystal Enhanced Fluorescence and SERS, May 2015—April 2018, $600,000. A collaboration with Washington University in St. Louis. Brian Cunningham, Rashid Bashir, Steve Lumetta, and Ian Brooks, NSF, Pathtracker: A smartphone-based system for mobile infectious disease detection and epidemiology, September 2015, $1,000,000. Brian Cunningham, NIH, Rapid Disease Diagnostics using Photonic Crystal Enhanced Antigen Biomarker, June 2014—May 2018, $448,000. Brian Cunningham, NSF, Multiresonator Photonic Crystal Enhanced Fluorescence and SERS, May 2015—April 2018, $600,000. A collaboration with Washington University in St. Louis. John Dallesasse & Brian Cunningham, NSF, EAGER: Lab in a Smartphone Sept, Sept. 2014—Aug. 2016, $300,000. John Dallesasse, NSF, Transistor Injected Quantum Cascade Laser: An Improved Coherent Mid-IR Source, Aug. 2014—July 2017, $400,000. Gary Eden, II-VI Foundation, Microplasma Array-Pumped Waveguide Lasers, July 2014—June 2015, $95,000. Gary Eden, AFOSR, Synthesis and Control of Coherent Structures in Low-Temperature Plasmas for Reconfigurable Electromagnetic Devices, $412,000. Gary Eden, AFOSR, Plasma-chemical Synthesis and Probing of Plasma-Surface Interactions in Microcavity Plasmas, $301,000. Milton Feng, AFOSR, Complex Material and Devices RTD GHz – THz Electronics, March 2015—February 2018, $657,000. Matthew Gilbert, NSF CAREER award, Global Quantum Modeling of Topological Nanosystems for Energy-Efficient Devices, June 2014—May 2019, $400,000. Matthew Gilbert, ONR, High-Frequency Topological Nanosystems, $314,000. Lynford Goddard, NSF, Spectrally and Temporally En