Profs. Chen and Chon Received NIH Grant to Detect Tooth Pain

Drs. Ki Chon (right) and I-Ping Chen (left) received a new R21 grant from NIH. Dr. I-Ping Chen is a Dental Medicine faculty at UConn Health. This is a multi-PI collaborative grant which will investigate a novel approach to quantify dental pain. The grant is entitled “Quantitative assessment of dental pain using a smartphone-attachable electrodermal activity sensor.” The grant is for 2 years (6/1/2020-5/30/2022) and the amount is $462,964.

UConn Faculty Receive NIH Grant to Develop Smartphone Sensor to Detect Tooth Pain

Drs. Ki Chon and Hugo Posada-Quintero Awarded Naval Research Grant

Prof. Chon (PI) and Dr. Hugo Posada-Quintero (Co-PI) who is a research assistant professor have received a new grant from Office of Naval Research, and the grant is entitled “Feasibility of Electrodermal Activity for Detecting Seizures Elicited by Central Nervous System Oxygen Toxicity Under the Water.” The grant duration is for two years (04/22/19-04/21/21) and the amount is $313,595.