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Following are the recipients of NHGRI’s latest sequencing technology RFAs, including PI and affiliation, project name, and funding amount and duration.

 

“$100,000 Genome” Near-term Grant Awardees:

Steven Benner, University of Florida

Polymerases for Sequencing by Synthesis

$800,000, three years

Gina Costa, Agencourt Bioscience

Bead-based Polony Sequencing

$5.4 million, three years

Stevan Jovanovich, Microchip Biotechnologies

Microbead INtegrated DNA Sequencer System

$6.1 million, three years

Jingyue Ju, Columbia University

An Integrated System for DNA Sequencing by Synthesis

$1.8 million, three years

Kenton Lohman, 454 Life Sciences

Massively Parallel High-Throughput, Low-Cost Sequencing

$2 million, two years

Marcel Margulies, 454 Life Sciences

454 Life Sciences Massively Parallel System DNA Sequencing

$5 million, three years

Amit Meller, Harvard University

Ultra-fast Nanopore Readout Platform for Designed DNAs

$600,000, two years

Michael Metzker, Baylor College of Medicine

Ultrafast SBS Method for Large-Scale Human Resequencing

$2 million, three years

Stephen Quake, Stanford University

High-Throughput, Single-Molecule DNA Sequencing

$1.8 million, three years

Mostafa Ronaghi, Stanford University

Pyrosequencing Array for DNA Sequencing

$1.8 million, three years

John Williams, LI-COR

Single-Molecule DNA Sequencing Using Charge-Switch dNTPs

$2.5 million, three years

Peter Williams, Arizona State University

Multiplexed Reactive Sequencing of DNA

$1.7 million, three years

 

“$1,000 Genome” Long-term Grant Awardees:

Steven Benner, University of Florida

DNA Sequencing Using Nanopores

$800,000, three years

Scott Collins, University of Maine

High-speed Nanopore Gene Sequencing

$850,000, two years

Ronald Davis, Stanford University

Single Molecule Nucleic Acid Detection with Nanopipettes

$450,000, two years

James Weifu Lee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Computational Research & Development for Rapid Sequencing Nanotechnology

Experimental Research & Development for Rapid Sequencing Nanotechnology

Two grants: $700,000 and $750,000, each for three years

Stuart Lindsay, Arizona State University

Molecular Reading Head for Single-Molecule DNA Sequencing

$550,000, three years

Andre Marziali, University of British Columbia

Nanopores for Trans-Membrane Bio-Molecule Detection

$650,000, three years

J. Michael Ramsey, University of North Carolina

Nanotechnology for the Structural Interrogation of DNA

$2 million, two years

 

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