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Awards: Listing of Funded Projects

Every year, NIJ awards grants and cooperative agreements for research, development, evaluation, testing and training and technical assistance projects across the spectrum of criminal justice.
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As part of accomplishing its mission, NIJ awards grants and cooperative agreements for various research, development, and evaluation projects;  and fellowship programs.

You may browse the table below and use filter options to view awards by award status, State, fiscal year, awardee name, city or perform a keyword search.

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Awardee Name: Auburn University

Number of Awards: 6
Total Amount Awarded: $2,463,674

Funded Awards
FY Sort ascending Title Original Solicitation Recipient State Award Number Amount Status
2016 Forensic Chemistry of Substituted N-Benzylmethoxy (N-BOMe) Phenethylamines: Isomeric Designer Drugs Related to 25I-N-BOMe Research and Development in Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Purposes Auburn University AL 2016-DN-BX-0175 $215,000 Closed
2013 Bath Salt-type Aminoketone designer Drugs: Analytical and Synthetic Studies on Substituted Cathinones NIJ FY 13 Applied Research and Development in Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Purposes Auburn University AL 2013-DN-BX-K022 $344,325 Closed
2012 Forensic Chemistry of Substituted 1-Alkyl-3-Acylindoles: Isomeric Synthetic Cannabinoids. NIJ FY 12 Basic Scientific Research to Support Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Purposes Auburn University AL 2012-DN-BX-K026 $865,784 Closed
2011 Analytical and Synthetic Studies on Designer Drugs of the Piperazine Class
This project will address issues of resolution and discriminatory capabilities in controlled substance analysis.
NIJ FY 11 Basic Scientific Research to Support Forensic Science for Criminal Justice Purposes Auburn University AL 2011-DN-BX-K530 $484,819 Closed
2006 Synthesis and Analytical Profiles for Regiosomeric and Isobaric Amines Related to MDMA, MDEA and MBDB: Differentiation of Drug and non-Drug Substances of Mass Spectral Equivalence. NIJ FY06 Forensics Science Research Targeting Forensic Engineering, Forensic Pathology, Forensic Odontology, Trace Evidence, Controlled Substances, and Questioned Documents: Invited Full Applications Auburn University AL 2006-DN-BX-K016 $533,746 Closed
2005 Differentiation of MDMA from other Methamphetamines of Mass Spectral Equivalence Graduate Research Fellowship: 2005 Auburn University AL 2005-IJ-CX-K140 $20,000 Closed