Dr. Mark Rodefeld has received grant funding from a variety of sources, including two grants from the National Institutes of Health. Here is a list of funding sources that have supported the Fontan Blood Pump concept -

 

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; August 2010 – April 2016

National Institutes of Health, Bioengineering Research Grant 1 R01 HL098353-01A1.

"Cavopulmonary Assist: Circulatory Support for the Univentricular Fontan Circulation"

Principal investigator

 

Children’s Heart Foundation; January 2015- December 2015

“Cavopulmonary assist device development for Fontan circulatory support

 

American Heart Association, Midwest Affiliate; July 2011 – June 2013

Predoctoral Fellowship - Ana-Elodie Kerlo, Purdue School of Mechanical Engineering

“Circulatory Support for the Univentricular Fontan Circulation”

Salary support for Doctoral student work in cavopulmonary assist bioengineering

 

Research Support Funds Grant; July 2007 – October 2009

Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis

“Expandable axial flow pump for cavopulmonary assist in a univentricular Fontan circulation”

 

Research Support Funds Grant; July 2006 – June 2007

Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis

“Neurohumoral adaptation to univentricular Fontan physiology”

 

Collaboration in Biomedical Research; July 2006 – June 2007

Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis                                             

Joint initiative between Indiana University School of Medicine and Purdue University “Bioengineering a novel axial flow pump for cavopulmonary assist.”

 

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; April 2005 –March 2008

National Institutes of Health, Exploratory/Developmental Bioengineering Research Grant.

"Bridge to neonatal Fontan repair of single ventricle" (1 R21 HL080089-01)

Principal investigator

 

 Riley Children’s Foundation; July 2004 – June 2006

“Cavopulmonary assist in the newborn: intermediate and chronic studies”