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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research: Sep 22, 2005

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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research FY'05
August 15 — September 11
City, State, or Country Name
Organization Name
Principal Investigator
Award
Title
Alabama Birmingham University of Alabama at Birmingham Benza, Raymond
$463,417
Pharmacogenomics in Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension
California
Oakland
Children's Hospital and Research Center Krauss, Ronald
$3,286,210
Pharmacogenomics and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
San Francisco University of California Kwok, Puiyan
$20,000
7th International SNP Meeting
San Francisco University of California Benowitz, Neil
$2,000,000
Pharmacogenetics of Nicotine Addiction and Treatment
San Francisco University of California Miller, Walter
$54,540
Pharmacogenomics of Human P450 Oxidoreductase
San Francisco University of California Derisi, Joseph
$884,775
Novel Anti-Malarials by Combinatorial Pharmacogenomics
Stanford Stanford University Altman, Russ
$2,851,826
The PharmGKB: Catalyzing Research in Pharmacogenetics
Torrance Harbor-UCLA Research and Education Center Adler, Sharon
$509,561
SNP Haplotyping to Detect Diabetic Nephropathy Risk
Florida
Gainesville
University of Florida Johnson, Julie
$1,614,979
Pharmacogenomic Evaluation of Antihypertensive Responses
Gainesville University of Florida Johnson, Julie
$835,849
Hypertension Pharmacogenetics
Jacksonville Nemours Children's Clinic Lima, John
$421,019
Pharmacogenetics of Asthma Monotherapy
Indiana
Indianapolis
Indiana University-Purdue University Renbarger, Jamie
$136,323
Pharmacogenetic Determinants of Vinca Alkaloid Response
Indianapolis Indiana University-Purdue University Flockhart, David
$140,356
Clinical Relevance of Cytochrome P450 Pharmacogenetics
Indianapolis Indiana University-Purdue University Flockhart, David
$2,295,626
Pharmacogenetics Research Network and Knowledge Base
Ioway Decorah Luther College Carlson, Scott
$186,701
Cytochrome P450 overexpression and hypertension in SHR
Kentucky
Louisville
University of Louisville Hein, David
$128,258
Pharmacogenetics of drug and carcinogen metabolism
Maryland
Baltimore
Johns Hopkins University Pulver, Ann
$1,436,911
A Genome Wide SNP Association Study: Schizophrenia
Massachusetts
Boston
Brigham and Women's Hospital Weiss, Scott
$3,361,644
Pharmacogenetics of Asthma Treatment
Boston Brigham and Women's Hospital Reilly, John
$651,517
COPD Exacerbations: Pharmacogenetic Approaches to Thera*
Boston Tufts University Schaefer, Ernst
$836,840
Pharmacogenetics of the Statin Response
Michigan
Ann Arbor
University of Michigan Burmeister, Margit
$183,400
SNPs in Neurotransmitter Systems & Personality Traits
Minnesota
Rochester
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Camilleri, Michael
$258,125
Pharmacogenomics of Gastric Function & Weight in Obesity
Missouri
St. Louis
Washington University Gage, Brian
$723,333
Pharmacogenetics, Biomarkers, and Antithrombotic Therapy
North Carolina
Winston-Salem
Wake Forest University Zheng, Siqun
$71,750
Utility of SNP genotyping using pooled DNA samples in a*
Pennsylvania
Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania Whitehead, Alexander
$592,603
Pharmacogenetics of Methotrexate Therapy in Arthritis
Tennessee
Nashville
Vanderbilt University Roden, Dan
$2,879,093
Pharmacogenomics of Arrhythmia Therapy
Virginia
Richmond
Virginia Commonwealth University Kerns, Robnet
$33,374
Pharmacogenomics of ethanol and myelin gene expression
Washington
Seattle
University of Washington Psaty, Bruce
$700,395
Pharmacogenetics and Cardiovascular Events
*SOURCE: US National Institutes of Health

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