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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005*: Jul 22, 2005

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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005* (A-K)
Principal Investigator Institution
Award
Project Title
Amster,
I Jonathan
University of Georgia
$257,600
Proteomic Analysis Using FTICR/MS
Arriaga,
Edgar A
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
$148,500
Aging of the subcellular muscle proteome
Basile,
Franco
University of Wyoming
$210,750
Non-Enzymatic Cell Lysis and Protein Digestion for Proteomics
Basu,
Partha
University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
$55,668
Proteomic determination of arsenical action
Bunnett,
Nigel W
University of California San Francisco
$258,497
Regulation Of Signaling By Cell Surface Proteolysis
Caplan,
Arnold I
Case Western Reserve University
$306,000
A Window into the Aging Process: Skin Proteoglycans
Chen,
Zhouji
Washington University
$306,000
ApoB-Proteoglycan Interaction and Atherosclerosis
Cooper,
Eric M
Johns Hopkins University
$42,068
Regulation and Proteomics of Polyubiquitin Signaling
Craft,
Joseph E
Yale University
$81,750
T Cell Activation in Lupus Proteomic Characterization
Cravatt,
Benjamin F
Scripps Research Institute
$337,860
Chemical Approaches for Activity Based Proteomics
Deschatelets,
Pascal
Potentia Pharmaceuticals
$252,000
Bypassing fluidics in proteomic screening
Dratz,
Edward A
Zyde
$200,000
Multiplex Fluorescent Dyes for Ultrasensitive Proteomics
Eberwine,
James H
University of Pennsylvania
$79,250
Proteomics of Morphine Responses of the Basal Ganglia
Esplin,
Michael S
University of Utah
$179,910
Proteomics: A Novel Approach to Predicting Preeclampsia
Felgner,
Philip L
Immport Therapeutics
$298,279
Scanning the P. falciparum proteome for vaccine antigens
Felgner,
Philip L
Immport Therapeutics
$497,889
Vaccinia Proteome Affinity Reagents From Phage Display
Gillette,
Michael A
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
$135,837
Serum Proteomic Biomarker Discovery in Lung Cancer
Gopalakrishnan, Vanathi University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
$123,942
Intelligent Aids for Proteomic Data Mining
Hackett,
Murray
University of Washington
$281,493
Proteomics of P. gingivalis invasion of epithelial cells
Hruby,
Dennis E
Oregon State University
$274,595
Pox Proteomics
Hu, Yan Washington University
$43,976
Proteomics and CSF biomarkers of Alzheimer's disease
Kaiser, Peter University of California Irvine
$236,270
Regulation by Proteolysis-Independent Ubiquitination
Keyomarsi, Khandan University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
$286,875
Proteolytic processing of cyclin E in breast cancer
Khan,
Saleem A
University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
$259,875
Genomics/Proteomics of Enterotoxin B Producing S. aureus
Krolewski,
Andrzej S
Joslin Diabetes Center
$455,766
The Urinary Proteome and Renal Function Loss in Diabetes
Kuchroo,
Vijay K
Brigham and Women's Hopsital
$367,650
T cell response to myelin proteolipid protein
Kuroo,
Makoto
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center/Dallas
$312,000
Proteomics of mouse models for aging and longevity
*Data compiled between May 23, 2005 and July 17, 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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