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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005*: Jul 29, 2005

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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005* (L-Z)
Principal Investigator Institution
Award
Project Title
Li, Hong University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Newark
$742,427
Establishment of a UMDNJ NeuroProteomics Core Facility
Liebler,
Daniel C
Vanderbilt University
$339,750
Proteomic Analysis of Alkylation Stress Responses
Linhardt,
Robert J
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
$274,231
Sequencing the Polysaccharide Component of Proteoglycans
Long, Michael
William
Velcura Therapeutics
$686,821
Proteomics-based Drug Discovery in Human Osteoblasts
Maier,
Claudia S
Oregon State University
$283,000
Mitochondrial Proteomics of the Aging Heart
Mucke,
Lennart J.
David Gladstone Institutes
$2,495,388
Proteopathies of the Aging Central Nervous
Muesing,
Mark A
Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center
$270,000
A Genetic/Proteomic Approach to Virus-Host Interactions
Oefner,
Peter J
Stanford University
$666,264
Functional Proteogenomics of Mitochondria
Pagano,
Michele
New York University School of Medicine
$384,475
F box Proteins and Deregulated Proteolysis in Cancer
Patterson,
David
University of Denver
$283,189
Proteomics for Testing Hypotheses about Down Syndrome
Pereira,
Patricia N
University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
$73,000
Roles of Matrix Proteoglycans in Dentin Bonding
Powell,
David W
Vanderbilt University
$48,296
Proteomic Analysis of Notch3 Complexes in Lung Cancer
Resing,
Katheryn A
University of Colorado at Boulder
$244,020
Proteomics of Melanoma Progression
Rodkey,
Leo S
University of Texas Health Science Center Houston
$148,500
Improved Zwitterions for Proteomics
Schwartz,
Nancy B
University of Chicago
$343,661
Proteoglycan Synthesis In Mutant Mouse Systems
Sinai,
Anthony P
University of Kentucky
$216,718
Proteomic analysis of the T. gondii vacuolar membrane
Smith,
Lloyd M
University of Wisconsin Madison
$120,873
Supercritical Fluid Extraction for Membrane Proteomics
Smith,
Richard D
Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories
$326,025
Adv.Proteomics & Metabolomics:Type 2 Diabet & Pre-Diabet
Smith,
Richard D
Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories
$2,178,272
A Proteomics Research Resource for Integrative Biology
Snyder,
Michael P
Yale University
$397,301
Training in Genomics and Proteomics Technologies
Stuart,
Kenneth D
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
$638,673
T. brucei Mitochondrial Proteome
Sweedler, Jonathan V University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
$1,023,849
The UIUC Neuroproteomics Center on Cell-Cell Signaling
Wagner, B J University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey Newark
$388,750
Proteolytic Enzymes and Cataractogenesis
Williams,
Kenneth R
Yale University
$1,492,197
Yale/NIDA Neuroproteomics Research Center
Wolf,
Dieter A
Harvard University (School of Public Health)
$211,560
Small Molecule Inhibitors of P27 Proteolysis in Carcinomas
Wooden,
Jason M
Puget Sound Blood Center
$57,536
Hereditary Hemolytic Anemia: A Proteomic Approach
Woods,
Anne C
University of Alabama at Birmingham
$275,500
Proteoglycan Mediated Signaling in Cell Adhesion
Wu, Christine C University of Colorado Denver/HSC Aurora
$161,040
Proteomic Dis. Of Chlamydia Inclusion-Host Interactions
Zhou, Pengbo Weill Medical College of Cornell University
$339,424
Regulation of Nucleotide Excision Repair by Proteolysis
Zhu, Jerry Brigham and Women's Hopsital
$87,416
Xom Proteolysis During Early Vertebrate Embryogenesis
*Data compiled between May 23, 2005 and July 17, 2005.
SOURCE: NIH office of extramural research.
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