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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research, FY 05 as of March 6

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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research, FY '05 as of March 6*
City, State
Organization Name
Principal Investigator
Award
Title

ARIZONA
Tucson

Neogen, LLC Kris,
Richard M
$349,915
High-throughput DNA microarrays for osteoblasts
CALIFORNIA
San Francisco
Northern California Institute for Research and Education Byerley, William F
$412,500
Collaborative genomic study of bipolar disorder
San Francisco University of California San Francisco Miller,
Walter L
$296,359
Pharmacogenomics of human P450 oxidoreductase
GEORGIA
Norcross
Weilin Biotechnology, Inc. Shafer,
David A
$100,000
Genomic miniarrays for HIV-1 subtyping
KENTUCKY
Louisville
University of Louisville Mervis, Carolyn B
$1,295,252
Genotype/phenotype correlations in williams syndrome
MARYLAND
Baltimore
Johns Hopkins University Mcinnis, Melvin G
$408,750
A collaborative genomic study of bipolar disorder
Rockville Institute for Genomic Research Gill,
Steven R
$616,361
Comparative genomics of the chlamydiaceae
Cabin John Gabriel Pharma, LLC Pickar,
David
$477,000
Genetic screen for antipsychotic drug response
Baltimore Johns Hopkins University Williams, Marlene S
$131,170
Platelet functional genomics in cardiovascular disease
MASSACHUSETTS
Boston
Ambergen, Inc. Delmastro, Richard G
$1,044,920
Effects of SNPs on gene regulation in complex diseases
Boston Massachusetts General Hospital Chen, Zhengyi
$328,007
Functional genomics of hearing
Boston Massachusetts General Hospital Florez,
Jose C
$130,680
Genetic variation in drug targets for type 2 diabetes
Boston Brigham and Women's Hospital Johnson, Mark D
$165,721
Genomics/proteomics of p53-mediated neuronal death
Boston Harvard University School of Public Health Dirienzo, Albert G
$205,000
Methods for HIV genotype-based antiviral drug selection
MICHIGAN
East Lansing
Michigan State University Friderici, Karen H
$380,512
Genetics of ADHD: haplotype and endophenotype approaches
MINNESOTA
Minneapolis
University of Minnesota Twin Cities Ohlendorf, Douglas H
$257,756
Structural genomics of S. aureus pathogenicity Islands
MISSOURI
St. Louis
Genepro Tech Zassenhaus, H Peter
$178,265
Development of a mitochondrial disease profiling array
St. Louis St. Louis University Lodge, Jennifer K
$367,500
Functional genomics
of C.neoformans pathogenesis
NEW YORK
New York
Mount Sinai School of Medicine NYU Bishop, David F
$241,782
DNA sequencing/genotyping core facility
New York Yeshiva University Lachman, Herbert M
$381,424
Genome-wide analysis for addiction susceptibility genes
Rochester University of Rochester Goldfarb, David S
$78,000
High throughput genomics approach to lifespan in yeast
New York Columbia University Health Sciences Davis,
Anne R
$80,500
Oral contraceptives and cytochrome p450 inducers
Buffalo State University of New York at Buffalo Blanco, Javier Guillermo
$284,700
Pharmacogenetics of human carbonyl reductases
NORTH CAROLINA
Durham
Duke University Dietrich,
Fred S
$365,750
A genomics approach to Study C. neoformans var. grubii
Durham Duke University Vance, Jeffery M
$529,367
Genomic screen to identify alzheimers disease genes
PENNSYLVANIA
Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh Khan, Saleem A
$366,294
Genomic and proteomic analysis of HPV-associated SCCHN
Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh Bowser, Robert P
$180,307
Proteomic profiling of CSF during SIV infection
Pittsburgh University of Pittsburgh Kaminski, Naftali
$222,750
Proteomics of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
SOUTH CAROLINA
Charleston
Medical University of South Carolina Knapp, Daniel R
$253,101
Microfluidic system for cancer proteome analysis
TENNESSEE
Nashville
Vanderbilt University Brown, Nancy J
$337,210
Pharmacogenetics of ACE inhibitor-associated angioedema
TEXAS
San Antonio
Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research Vandeberg, John L
$2,942,567
Diet and genotype in primate atherosclerosis
Galveston University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Kurosky, Alexander
$264,265
UTMB Mass Spectrometry/Proteomics Facility
UTAH
Salt Lake City
Idaho Technology Wittwer,
Carl T
$100,000
A System for rapid PCR, mutation scanning and genotyping
WASHINGTON
Seattle
University of Washington Katze, Michael G
$893,625
Development of a primate genomics resource
Seattle University of Washington Thummel, Kenneth E
$310,401
Genetic and hormonal regulation of human CYP3A
Seattle Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Lampe,
Paul D
$83,376
Proteomic biomarkers of health behaviors
*SOURCE: US National Institutes of Health

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