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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research July 25 — August 11

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NIH Grants for Pharmacogenomics Research FY'06
July 25 — August 11*
City, State, or Country Name
Organization Name
Principal Investigator
Award
Title
California
Oakland
Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland Krauss, Ronald $3,049,802 Pharmacogenomics and Risk of Cardiovascular Disease
Stanford
Stanford University Murphy, Greer $351,000 Pharmacogenetics of the Antidepressant Response in Geriatric Major Depression
Altman, Russ $2,832,656 The PharmGKB: Catalyzing Research in Pharmacogenetics
Connecticut
Farmington
University of Connecticut School of Medicine Covault, Jonathan $427,693 Pharmacogenetics of Alcohol: Treatment Implications
Florida
Gainesville
University of Florida Johnson, Julie $804,308 Hypertension Pharmacogenetics
$1,867,074 Pharmacogenomic Evaluation of Antihypertensive Responses
Massachusetts
Boston
Brigham and Women's Hospital Reilly, John $843,197 COPD Exacerbations: Pharmacogenetic Approaches to Therapy
Minnesota
Rochester
Mayo Clinic College of Medicine Turner, Stephen $837,596 Anthipertensive Pharmacogenomics
Weinshilboum, Richard $2,586,629 Pharmacogenetics of Phase II Drug Metabolizing Enzymes
Minneapolis University of Minnesota Twin Cities Tracy, Timothy $235,098 Pharmacogenetics and Drug Interactions
Missouri
St. Louis
Washington University Gage, Brian $685,622 Pharmacogenetics, Biomarkers, and Antithrombotic Therapy
Villareal, Reina $201,300 Aromatase Inhibitors: Skieletal Effects and the Role of Cyp19 Gene Polymorphisms
Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh Kwon, Yong $273,771 Proteomics of Ubiquitin-Dependent N-End Rule Pathway
*SOURCE: US National Institutes of Health

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