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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research: Aug 18, 2005

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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research
FY'05 July 18 — August 14
City, State, or Country Name
Organization Name
Principal Investigator
Award
Title
California
La Jolla
Scripps Research Institute Thomas, Elizabeth A
$297,435
Schizophrenia: Molecular Markers of Disease Progression
La Jolla University of California San Diego Broide, David H
$532,000
Biomarkers in sputum in COPD
Los Angeles University of California Los Angeles Nelson, Stanley F
$744,650
UCLA NHLBI Shared Microarray Facilities
San Francisco University of California San Francisco Kim, Suil
$121,770
Cell Surface Modulation of EGFR-Mediated Differentiation
San Francisco University of California San Francisco Erle, David J
$665,540
Shared Microarray Facility
Colorado
Aurora
University of Colorado / HRC Aurora Tabakoff, Boris
$1,443,491
Gene Array Technology Center for Alcohol Research
Maine Bar Harbor Jackson Laboratory Naggert, Juergen K
$805,050
NHLBI Shared Microarray Facility
Massachusetts
Boston
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Zhou, Jinrong
$85,000
Genistien and prevention of HER2-overexpressing breast *
Boston Brigham and Women's Hospital Reilly,
John J
$573,557
Functional Genomic Biomarkers in COPD
Minnesota
Rochester
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester Kullo, Iftikhar
$611,269
Biomarkers of Peripheral Arterial Disease
New York
New York
Columbia University Health Sciences Smiley, Richard M
$323,610
Beta2 adrenoceptor genotype and preterm labor
New York Columbia University Health Sciences Pavlidis, Paul
$313,460
Integrative Meta-analysis of Microarray Data:Neuroscienc
New York Columbia University Health Sciences Barr, R Graham
$888,821
Endothelial Dysfunction, Biomarkers and Lung Function
North Carolina
Durham
Duke University Pittman, Jennifer L
$130,733
Clinico-Genomics for Improved Ovarian Cancer Treatment
Ohio
Cincinnatti
University of Cincinnatti Tomer, Yaron
$241,379
Identifying Genes Linked to Autoimmune Thyroid Diseases
Oregon
Portland
Oregon Health and Science University Bagby, Grover
$723,622
Microarray Program for NHLBI Investigators
Washington Seattle University of Washington Gharib,
Sina A
$129,060
Physiologic Genomics of Pulmonary Hypertension & RVH
Seattle University of Washington Sabath, Daniel E
$757,958
Gene Expression Arrays for Mammalian Cell Biology
Seattle University of Washington Morrison, Richard S
$350,575
Proteome analysis of malignant astrocytes
*SOURCE: US National Institutes of Health

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