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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005*: Sep 23, 2005

Recent NIH Proetomics Awards in FY 2005* (A-K)
Principal Investigator Institution
Project Title
Abrams, Gary A University of Alabama at Birmingham
Functional Proteomics of Hepatic Mitochondria in Obesity and Diabetes
Accurso, Frank J University of Colorado Denter/Health Sciences Center Aurora
Clinical Proteomics Center in Lung Disease
Ames, Bruce N Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland
Quantitative Metalloproteomics: The Human Erythrocyte
Andrews, Philip C University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Integrated Proteome Technologies for Pathway Mapping
Ruth Hogue
Yeshiva University
Proteomics of Hepatic Carcinogenesis
Balgley, Brian M Calibrant Biosystems
Technologies Trageting Mitochondral Proteome
Balgley, Brian M Calibrant Biosystems
Integrated Top-Down/Bottom-Up Comprehensive Proteomics
Sanjoy K
Cleveland Clinic Lerner College/Med-CWRU
Proteomic Analyses of Human Trabecular Meshwork
Bigbee, William L University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
Serum Proteomic Biomarkers for Colon & Pancreatic Cancer
Carlson, Gerald M University of Kansas Medical Center
Proteomics to screen for a protein kinase that uses PEP
Chaffin, Welda Lajean Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
A proteomics approach to Candida albicans biofilm
Chance, Mark R Case Western Reserve University
Proteomic Approaches to Type l Diabetes Progression
Cheronis, John C Somalogic
Proteomics-based Diagnosis and Management of RA
Chruscinski, Andrzej J Stanford University
Proteomic Analysis of Beta Adrenergic Receptor Signaling
Cole, Gregory J North Carolina Central University
Heparan sulfate proteoglycans in aging and development
Counts, Scott E Rush University Medical Center
Proteomics of mild cognitive impairment in the elderly
Crabb, John W Cleveland Clinic Lerner College/Med-CWRU
Proteomic Studies of Age Related Macular Degeneration
Crutcher, Keith A University of Cincinnati
Proteolysis of apoE and Alzheimer's pathology
Cuervo, Ana M Yeshiva University
Proteomic Analysis of Decreased Autophage in Aging
Debruyne, Jason P University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester
Identification of the circadian clock proteome
Degrado, William F University of Pennsylvania
Proteomics to Biomimetic Polymers: Engineering Principle
Demiguel, Fernando University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
Proteomic Characterization of IC Bladder
Desiderio, Dominic M University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Analysis of the Proteome in Human Pituitary Tumors
Devoe, Donald L University of Maryland College Park Campus
Proteomics of Cell Death via 2-D Micorfluidic Profiling
Djabali, Karima Columbia University Heatlh Sciences
Proteomic studies of the Hutchison-Gilford Progeria
Federoff, Howard J University of Rochester
Proteomic Biomarker Discovery in PD
Felgner, Philip L University of California Irvine
Scanning B. pseudomallei proteome for vaccine antigens
James L
University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
Proteoglycans in Normal and Scarred Corneas
Gaczynska, Maria E University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
Mechanisms of Regulation of the Proteosome Activities
Gallo, Richard L Veterans Medical Research Foundation/San Diego
Proteoglycans Wound Repair and Inflammation
Gerszten, Robert E Massachusetts General Hospital
Novel Markers: Pathways, Prognosis, & Pharmacoproteomics
Gibbs, Richard A Purdue University West Lafayette
Proteomic Analysis of Protein Prenylation
Giddings, Morgan C University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
Developing Genome Fingerprint Scanning for Proteomics
Gourley, Glenn R Oregon Health & Science University
Proteomics and Hepatitis C: Fibrosis and Prognosis
Han, David K University of Connecticut School of Medicine/Dentistry
Proteomic Analysis of Apoptotic Signaling Networks
Han, Jongyoon Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nanofluidic Tools for Proteomic Sample Preparation
Hanash, Samir M Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Proteomics Biomarkers Development Laboratory
Harper, Scott Q University of Iowa
Effects of Hes6 Proteolysis on Differentiation
Haskins, Kathryn M University of Colorado Denter/Health Sciences Center Aurora
Proteomics Analysis of T Cell Autoantigens in TID2
Heuckeroth, Robert O Washington University
Proteomics of Biliary Atresia
Huang, Lan University of California Irvine
Proteomics of the proteasome interacting networks
Iandolo, John J University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Functional Genome/Proteomic Analysis of Pathogen-Host Interactions
Iozzo, Renato V Thomas Jefferson University
Altered Proteoglycan Gene Expression and Cancer
Joshi, Sanjaya N Userspace Corporation
Proteomics processing using networked instrument router
Karger, Barry L Northeastern University
Multiplex Mass Spectrometry for Proteome Analysis
Kim, Hyesook S Detroit R&D
Targeted Antibody Microarrays:Tool for Toxicoproteomics
Komives, Elizabeth A University of California San Diego
Directed Proteomics of Alzheimer's Related Proteins
Kullo, Iftikhar J Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester
Proteomic Markers of Arteriosclerosis
Kuter, David J Massachusetts General Hospital
A Proteogenomic Analysis of Platelets in Patients with *
*Data compiled between July 18, 2005 and Sept. 11, 2005.
(L-Z will run in next week's issue of ProteoMonitor)
SOURCE: NIH office of extramural research.
This site lists extramural awards in fiscal year 2005 by state/foreign site.
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