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Research and Grants Expert - Dr. Cheryl E. Hall

Cheryl E. Hall is the Director of Sponsored Research and Programs at Southeastern Louisiana University with over twenty (20) years of combined administrative and managerial experience in the cradle to crave contracts and grants management process.


Research & Grants Summer Schedule


Virtual Grants & Research Workshops

  • Postaward Management
    This webinar will help you develop a working understanding of how to manage your project once it is funded. It will cover topics such as establishing project files, timeline management, fiscal and administrative project reporting and project closeout.
    Thursday, July 13, 2023 – 10 a.m.
    Zoom Webinar Recording
  • Research Lab Safety
    Participants will understand the basic principles and some of the best practices for keeping a sound scientific laboratory notebook. We will cover some of the basics do’s and don’ts in keeping a lab notebook including appropriate content for the notebook, how much detail you should include, and some of the ethical considerations in keeping a notebook.
    Monday, July 17, 2023 – 10 a.m.
    Zoom Webinar Recording
  • Patents/IP Primer
    This Intellectual Property Primer will provide university researchers, staff and graduate students with the basics of IP law and how it relates to colleges and universities.
    Tuesday, July 18, 2023 – 10 a.m.
    Zoom Webinar Recording
  • Subawards
    This webinar will provide an overview of the set-up, management and monitoring of a subaward. It will also highlight the roles and responsibilities of the Principal Investigator, Sponsored Programs, Grants Accounting and other related offices.
    Wednesday, July 19, 2023 – 10 a.m.
    Zoom Webinar Recording
  • Export Control 101
    This webinar will introduce attendees to U.S. Export Control regulations and how they apply in a university setting.
    Thursday, July 20, 2023 – 10 a.m.
    Zoom Webinar Recording
    AUECO Temples for Risk Assessment


Anthony Green

Senior Contracts Specialist, American Type Culture Collection (ATCC)

Anthony has a distinguished and multifaceted professional profile, characterized by his aptitude as an Intellectual Property (IP) Portfolio Manager and Legal Advisor. His exceptional skillset is underscored by a profound ability to navigate the complexities of IP initiatives across a broad spectrum of industries. Anthony’s success has been demonstrated time and again by consistently guiding IP and technology transfer s from conception to commercialization in both research and non research environments. Exhibiting remarkable acumen for crafting innovative legal strategies, Anthony is dedicated to refining processes and policies with a goal of
driving organizational excellence and change He is also skilled in cultivating and managing international research collaborations among various business divisions and stakeholders in multiple counties.

Anthony’s educational journey is both comprehensive and impressive. He began his academic pursuits by earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from Southern University A&M College, Baton Rouge, LA, in 1993. Anthony continued to broaden his academic horizon by acquiring a Master of Arts degree in Communications from Purdue University-Calumet, Hammond, IN, in 1998. Completing his academic trilogy, he earned a Juris Doctor degree from Southern University Law Center in 2006. Aside from his formal education, Anthony has also gained extensive experience in patent portfolio and tech transfer management, legal advisory in the oil & gas/energy sector, energy technology evaluations, IP training and international contract negotiations.

Spanning over a quarter-century, Anthony’s professional trajectory is characterized by an assortment of roles that have significantly contributed to his diverse experience. His initial years saw him serving as a Mechanical Patent Examiner at the United States Patent and Trademark Office, followed by a stint as a Patent Engineer for Deere & Company’s precision farming business unit. He simultaneously honed his skills as a Technology Transfer Strategist for Southern University’s Office of Sponsored Program while pursuing his law degree. Further elevating his professional stature, Anthony contributed as an Intellectual Property Asset Specialist for Deere & Company’s corporate IP Services Department after finishing law school. His experience extended overseas as an IP & Knowledge Management Team Lead for Saudi Aramco, the largest integrated oil & gas/energy company, in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, where he skillfully managed their downstream multi-million-dollar R&D patent portfolio for seven (7) years. Today, he leverages his wealth of experience in his current role as a Senior Contracts Specialist for American Type Culture Collection (ATCC), a life sciences company.

Anthony’s career, underscored by extensive variety and profound expertise, stands as a testament to his versatility and unwavering drive towards success — attributes that have characteristically shaped and continue to shape his professional journey.

Dr. Robin Broussard

Director of the Office of Research Integrity, University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Dr. Robin Broussard is the Director of the Office of Research Integrity at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

She assists the University research community with compliance to federal and state regulations and guidelines. Robin oversees development of policies, guidelines, inspections, forms and training for the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee, Institutional Biosafety Committee, Radiation Safety Committee and Export Control Compliance.

She has research experience with recombinant DNA, cancer research models, cell culture and microscopy (SEM, TEM, and light). She is well-versed in regulatory requirements that impact researchers and actively assists them in navigating the requirements impacting their areas of research.

Jean Fotie

Scientific Advisor, International Foundation for Science (IFS)

Professor Fotie obtained his PhD in Medicinal Chemistry and Natural Products from the University of Yaoundé I in Cameroon (2004), after completing most of his research work as a visiting PhD student at Potsdam University in Germany, under a DAAD scholarship. He completed his postdoctoral work in Bioinorganic Chemistry at McGill University in Montreal, Canada under Prof. Scott Bohle (2004 – 2006), before moving to the Ohio State University School of Pharmacy as a World Health Organization (WHO) Research Scholar (2006 – 2008) under Prof. Karl Werbovetz, working on the development of potential therapies for neglected diseases. He began his independent career at Southeastern Louisiana University in 2008, with his primary interests being green and sustainable catalysis, and organosilicon medicinal chemistry. He is currently a professor of organic chemistry and holder of the Edward G. Schlieder Endowed Professorship of Environmental Studies and Sustainability. Since 2014, he has been serving as a Scientific Advisor for the International Foundation for Science (IFS), a non-governmental organization based in Stockholm – Sweden which supports promising young scientists from developing countries to do research in such countries. He also served as a member of the Science Advisory Group of the Louisiana Governor’s Climate Initiatives Task Force, designed to provide both general and specific guidance for emissions reduction strategies, with the goal of enabling Louisiana to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

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