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Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2006, Feb. 13 — April 9
Organization Name,
City, State
PI Name Project Title
Award
British Columbia Cancer Agency,
Vancouver, BC
Lam, Wan Whole genome array CGH of progressing oral dysplasia
$263,655
Callida Genomics,
Sunnyvale, Calif.
Callow, Matthew Megabase scale polymorphism discovery by mis-match selection and random arrays
$99,063
Colorado State University,
Fort Collins,
Fort Collins, Colo.
Grainger, David DNA microarray surface analysis to optimize detection
$364,580
Ecoarray,
Alachua, Fla.
Larkin, Patrick Microarrays in fathead minnows and bass
$378,157
H Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute,
Tampa, Fla.
Edgerton, Mary Clinical & microarray data predict lung cancer outcomes
$203,483
Harvard University School of Public Health,
Boston
Betensky, Rebecca Statistical methods for analysis of array CGH data
$82,000
Illumina,
San Diego
Gunderson, Kevin High resolution DNA copy/LOH measurements on WGG arrays
$490,692
Massachusetts General Hospital Chess, Andrew Single cell PCR microarray study of alternative splicing
$355,660
Massachusetts General Hospital,
Boston
Yarmush, Martin Living cell arrays for real-time functional genomics
$697,813
Medical University of South Carolina,
Charleston, SC
Argraves, Scott Microarray scanner and accessories for MUSC
$140,205
Cancer center microarray bioinformatics facility
$239,195
Nanogen,
San Diego
Hodko, Dalibor Electric-field assisted isothermal on-chip amplification of DNA
$155,370
Neuronexus Technologies,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Hetke, Jamille Deep brain microelectrode array for functional neurosurgery
$184,137
North Carolina State University, Raleigh,
Raleigh, NC
Oleksiak, Marjorie Microarray analyses of polluted natural populations
$308,805
Oregon Health & Science University,
Portland, Ore.
Sahn, David High frequency ultrasound arrays: intracardiac imaging
$1,517,242
Perlegen Sciences,
Mountain View, Calif.
Stokowski, Renee Signature SNPs to distinguish Yersinia pestis strains
$1,144,992
Pulsar Clinical Technologies Awdeh, Zuheir Novel DNA microarray for HLA typing
$293,950
Purdue University,
West Lafeyette, Ind.
Bashir, Rashid Nanowire sensor arrays for detection of nucleic acid molecules
$183,061
Stanford University,
Stanford, Calif.
Sherlock, Gavin Expanded system for the Stanford microarray database
$419,963
University of Arkansas,
Little Rock, Ark.
Dennis, Richard High-throughput real-time PCR system for the microarray core
$100,818
University of California, San Diego,
La Jolla, Calif.
Vinetz, Joseph Microarray analysis of leptospiral genomes
$325,114
University of Colorado, Boulder,
Boulder, Colo.
Rowlen, Kathy Development of diagnostic microarray for Influenza A
$473,227
University of Georgia, Athens,
Athens, Ga.
Tarleton, Rick Microarray analysis of gene expresion in T. cruzi
$71,870
University of Maryland,
Baltimore
Elmer, Gregory Microarray analysis of morphine's behavioral effects
$246,192
University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
Amherst, Mass.
Kulp, David Improved design and analysis of diploid resequencing microarrays
$226,669
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
Chapel Hill, NC
Sullivan, Patrick Microarrays & proteomics in MZ twins discordant for CFS
$470,166
Veterans Medical Research Foundation,
San Diego
Patel, Piyush Microarray analysis of neuronal ischemic preconditioning
$360,584
Wistar Institute,
Philadelphia
Showe, Louise Microarray analysis of responsiveness of CTCL IL-12
$311,770
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