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California, King of Grants

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With sheer size alone, it’s no surprise that California tops the list as the highest-funded state by NIH grants. The state has nearly $2.7 billion from the institutes, and a good chunk of that money goes toward integrated biology. GT culled through the database (current as of August 2) to find California researchers who had NIH grants obviously related to this field. In order to keep the list manageable, we weeded out grants worth less than $400,000. This list is not exhaustive.

Amount PI Grant Title

California Institute of Technology

$1,000,000

Stephen Quake Ultrasensitive Nanofluidic Devices For Genomic Analysis
$462,860 Peter Dervan Regulation Of Gene Expression By DNA Binding Ligands

Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research

$862,787 Bing Ren Mapping Transcriptional Regulatory Elements In Human DNA

Salk Institute

$688,031 Ronald Evans Hormonal Regulation Of Mammalian Gene Expression
$629,412 Marc Montminy Regulation Of Somatostatin Gene Expression

$434,288

Kuofen Lee Regulation Of Synaptic Gene Expression In Muscle

$426,825

Ronald Evans Spatial Regulation Of Developmental Gene Expression
Scripps Research Institute

$444,480

Gregor Sutcliffe Gene Expression In Rat Brain
$422,325 John Yates Quantitative Proteome Analysis Of Brain Development
Stanford University

$2,670,426

William Talbot Genomic Basis Of Vertebrate Diversity

$1,465,918

Luigi Cavallisforza Variations Of Human DNA Sequences

$1,183,865

Patrick Brown Gene Expression In Cancer By Microarray Hybridization

$650,116

Peter Oefner Functional Proteogenomics Of Mitochondria

$440,621

Gavin Sherlock System For The Stanford Microarray Database
UC Berkeley/Lawrence Berkeley Lab

$2,900,000

Edward Rubin Comparative Genomic Resources For Cv Research

$1,444,821

Paul Adams Automated X-Ray Crystallography For Structural Genomics

$1,185,249

Gary Karpen The Drosophila Heterochromatin Genome Project

$1,111,186

Susan Celniker Completion Of The Drosophila Gene Collection

$757,759

Daniel Rokhsar Genomics

$583,688

Jeremy Thorner Yeast Mapk Signaling Pathways: Specificity & Regulation

$502,697

Richard Mathies Miniaturized Integrated DNA Analysis Systems

$484,965

Edward Rubin Genetic And Genomic Analysis Of apoAV
$440,067 Michael Eisen Computational Analysis Of Developmental Cis-Regulation

$416,602

Sandrine Dudoit Statistical Design & Analysis Of Microarray Experiments

UC Davis

$1,491,541 Raymond Rodriguez

Ncmhd Center Of Excellence In Nutritional Genomics

$450,791 Randi Hagerman Genotype-Phenotype Relationships In Fragile X Families

UC Los Angeles

$2,021,616 Daniel Geschwind A Genome-wide Search For Autism Susceptibilty Loci
$1,042,677 Arthur Toga Computional Brain Biology From Genotype To Phenotype

$1,015,923

Julio Licinio UCLA Pharmacogenetics And Pharmacogenomics Research Group

$770,305

Stanley Nelson UCLA Ninds/Nimh Microarray Center

$753,608

Stanley Nelson UCLA NHLBI Shared Microarray Facilities

$722,100

Stanley Nelson Gene Expression Based Classification Of Glial Tumors

$500,000

Nelson Freimer The Southern California Genotyping Consortium

$410,999

Douglas Black Genomic Measurement Of Alternative Splicing By DNA Array
UC San Diego
$1,054,757 Philip Bourne Tools & Data Resources In Support Of Structural Genomics

$586,704

Jane Burns Genetic Influences & Gene Expression In Kawasaki Disease

$551,515

Michael Rosenfeld Hormonal And Developmental Regulation Of Gene Expression

$430,868

Deborah Spector Human Cytomegalovirus Gene Expression

$421,412

Christopher Glass Transcriptional Coregulators And Myeloid Gene Expression
UC San Francisco
$1,116,613 Dean Sheppard The NHLBI-Bay Area Functional Genomics Consortium

$606,330

Colin Collins Development Of Esp: Structural & Functional Oncogenomics
UC Santa Cruz
$2,970,830 David Haussler

UCSC Center For Genomic Science

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