Ongoing Research Support

We thanks all our funding and personal funding sources.  

2R01 MH096625                  Eugenin (PI)                                Funded 04/2012- 05/2021

Title: Astrocyte connexin43 containing channels amplify CNS dysfunction in NeuroAIDS


R01 MH112448                   Eugenin (PI)                                    Funded 04/2017- 05/2022

Title: Role of pannexin-1 hemichannels in neuroAIDS.

The main goal of this proposal is to examine the contribution of pannexin channels to NeuroHIV and to identify biomarkers of CNS disease.


University of Texas System internal funding    Eugenin (PI)   Funded 03/2018- 03/2023

Title: Mechanisms of CNS compromise using imaging techniques


Pharma scientific collaboration       Eugenin (PI)                   Funded 06/2014- 12/2020

Title: Role of TNT in HIV spread: a novel mechanism of HIV transmission


STARs Award (TEXAS)          Eugenin (PI)               Funded 03/20/2018-03/20/2020

Title: Mechanisms of CNS compromise by flaviviruses



– No. 2990004 (Fondecyt, Chile)                PI: Eliseo Eugenin                    03/1999-02/2001

Biogenesis and function of gap junctions between macrophagic cells           Role: P.I.


– NIH/NIMH KO1 MH076679-01A1         P.I: Eliseo Eugenin           04/01/06-03/31/12 

The role of gap junctions channels in NeuroAIDS.                                  Role: P.I.


– Pilot Grant in Aging-related research, Montefiore Medical Center.

Role of Tight Junction protein expression in human smooth muscle cells during the pathogenesis of atherosclerosis.

2008-2009                                                 P.I: Eliseo Eugenin                Role: P.I


– CFAR developmental grant                 PI: Eliseo Eugenin                 Role: PI

Methamphetamine alters blood-brain barrier functions facilitating entry of HIV and fungal pathogens into the central nervous system. 2010-2011


-PHRI Internal funding                          PI: Eugenin E.                 Funded 2012-2017

Title: mechanisms of CNS compromise by flaviviruses