Principal Investigator, LSD and Alcoholism, funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health, ca. 1965 through 1969, approx. $150,000.
Program Director, Training Grant, Mendota State Hospital, funded by National Institutes of Mental Health, 1964 through ca. 1968, approx. $100,000.
Principal Investigator, Craving and Loss of Control in Alcoholics, funded by NIAAA, ca. 1971 through 1976, approx. $350,000.
Principal Investigator, Craving and Sensory Overload, funded by NIAAA, ca. 1975 through 1978, approx. $300,000.
Program Director for NIMH Residency stipend and medical student training grants in mental health during my tenure as Chairman, Department of Psychiatry, 1970 to 1979. Total funding approx. $400,000.
Principal Investigator, Studies on mental health of Creative Achievers and Political Leaders, etc., ca. 1980 through 2000, supported by Evalyn A. Edwards Fund bequest, approx. $20,000 to 25,000 a year (approx. $400,000 to $500,000 total).
*All figures, dates, and titles are approximate since most of the research occurred over 20 years ago before I had an independent and continuous source of funding for my studies (i.e., E. A. Edwards Bequest Fund). I also was an Investigator on other large grants over the years (e.g., P.I., Roger Meyer, Alcohol Center Grant, University of Connecticut Medical Center, ca. 1975-82, Carl Leukfeld, P.I., Center for Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Univ. of KY, etc.) but I do not recollect the specifics. Most of my old records either have been destroyed or mislaid. Also, please note that before 1980, faculty at the University of Kentucky Medical Center were not required to list sources of funding on their Curriculum Vita and many regarded it crass to give actual dollar amounts.