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NIH Grants in Proteomics, November 14 to January 3

Project Title: Global Protein Palmitoylation and DHHC Proteins in T Cell Activation and Anergy
Contact Principal Investigator: Amnon Altman
Organization Name: La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology
Project Start Date: Dec. 1, 2011
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2016
FY Total Cost: $401,400


Project Title: Isolation of Recycling Synaptic Vesicles for Proteomic Analyses
Contact Principal Investigator: Sandra Bajjalieh
Organization Name: University of Washington
Project Start Date: Dec. 1, 2012
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $231,750


Project Title: Surface Analysis Facility for Biomedical Problems
Contact Principal Investigator: David Castner
Organization Name: University of Washington
Project Start Date: Sep. 1, 1983
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $947,389


Project Title: Proteomic Biomarkers for AMD
Contact Principal Investigator: John Crabb
Organization Name: Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine
Project Start Date: Dec. 1, 2012
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $235,500


Project Title: Project 3
Contact Principal Investigator: Benjamin Cravatt
Organization Name: Virginia Commonwealth University
Project Start Date: NR
Project End Date: NR
FY Total Cost: $285,885


Project Title: Time-Course Proteomics to Uncover the Mechanism and Nature of Aging in C. Elegans
Contact Principal Investigator: Jarrett Egertson
Organization Name: University of Washington
Project Start Date: Dec. 1, 2010
Project End Date: Oct. 15, 2013
FY Total Cost: $37,918


Project Title: Proteomics Shared Resource
Contact Principal Investigator: Scott Gerber
Organization Name: Dartmouth College
Project Start Date: NR
Project End Date: NR
FY Total Cost: $31,497


Project Title: Proteomics Core Facility
Contact Principal Investigator: Lee Graves
Organization Name: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Project Start Date: NR
Project End Date: NR
FY Total Cost: $111,658


Project Title: Shared Resources: Proteomics
Contact Principal Investigator: Tony Hunter
Organization Name: Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Project Start Date: NR
Project End Date: NR
FY Total Cost: $92,538


Project Title: Project 1 - Renewal of the UMDNJ Neuroproteomics Core Facility
Contact Principal Investigator: Hong Li
Organization Name: University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ-NJ Medical School
Project Start Date: July 1, 2003
Project End Date: November 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $639,378


Project Title: Serum Proteomic Profiles as Biomarkers of Abusive Alcohol Consumption
Contact Principal Investigator: Suthat Liangpunsakul
Organization Name: Richard L. Roudebush Va Medical Center
Project Start Date: Oct. 1, 2011
Project End Date: Sept. 30, 2015
FY Total Cost: NR


Project Title: Cancer Proteomics
Contact Principal Investigator: Towia Libermann
Organization Name: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Project Start Date: NR
Project End Date: NR
FY Total Cost: $136,447


Project Title: Core B
Contact Principal Investigator: Richard Morrison
Organization Name: University of Washington
Project Start Date: NR
Project End Date: NR
FY Total Cost: $242,832


Project Title: Quantitative Proteomic Approach to Identify the Mechanism of Alzheimer's Disease
Contact Principal Investigator: Jeffrey Savas
Organization Name: Scripps Research Institute
Project Start Date: Dec. 1, 2011
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $53,942


Project Title: Proteomics
Contact Principal Investigator: Paul Stemmer
Organization Name: Wayne State University
Project Start Date: NR
Project End Date: NR
FY Total Cost: $21,305


Project Title: A S. Cerevisiae High-Coverage High-Quality Protein-Protein Binary Interactome Map
Contact Principal Investigator: Marc Vidal,
Organization Name: Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Project Start Date: Feb. 17, 2011
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $699,694


Project Title: Protein Identification and Localization Core
Contact Principal Investigator: John Williams
Organization Name: University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Project Start Date: NR
Project End Date: NR
FY Total Cost: $134,170


Project Title: Sex Differences in Acute Estradiol Regulation of the Synaptic Proteome
Contact Principal Investigator: Catherine Woolley
Organization Name: Northwestern University
Project Start Date: Dec. 20, 2012
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $131,750


Project Title: Sex Differences in Acute Estradiol Regulation of the Synaptic Proteome
Contact Principal Investigator: Catherine Woolley
Organization Name: Northwestern University
Project Start Date: Dec. 20, 2012
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $100,000


Project Title: Mechanisms of Nascent Polypeptide-Mediated Translational Regulation
Contact Principal Investigator: Mee-Ngan Yap
Organization Name: Saint Louis University
Project Start Date: Dec. 5, 2011
Project End Date: Nov. 30, 2014
FY Total Cost: $218,297


Project Title: The Effect of Saturated Fat Ingestion on the HDL Proteome
Contact Principal Investigator: Hussein Yassine
Organization Name: University of Southern California
Project Start Date: May 15, 2012
Project End Date: April 30, 2017
FY Total Cost: $122,472

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