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

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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005*
Principal Investigator Institution
Award
Project Title
Angeletti,
Ruth Hogue
Yeshiva University
$180,053
2D-DIGE System for Proteomics
Boluyt,
Marvin O
University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
$72,148
Proteome Mapping of Heart Failure in Aging
Buch, Jesse S Calibrant Biosystems
$776,388
Electronic Protein Transfer for Proteome Analysis
Celniker,
Susan E
University of California - Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
$550,000
Universal Clone Resources for Drosophila Proteomics
Cohen,
William W
Carnegie-Mellon University
$162,750
Understanding Figures & Captions for Location Proteomics
Costello, Catherine E Keystone Symposia
$13,000
Conference on Proteomics & Bioinformatics
Gorenstein, David G University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston
$1,231,661
Biodefense Proteomics Collaboratory
Green, Brian Diversa
$1,421,269
Characterization of Proteomes of Category A Pathogens
Hauer,
Charles R
Wadsworth Center
$399,565
LTQ MS for High Sensitivity (Phospho) Proteomics
Jay, Daniel G Tufts University
$139,884
Proteome Signatures and Target Validation in Lymphomas
Kelly, John F National Research Council of Canada
$216,000
Proteomics of Francisella tularensis infection/immunity
King,
Charles C
University of California San Diego
$273,057
Proteomic Analysis of PI 3-Kinase Signaling in Islet
Labaer, Joshua Harvard University Medical School
$748,144
Functional Proteomics of Breast Cancer
Lee, Cheng S University of Maryland College Park Campus
$272,935
Unraveling Cell Death via Top-Down/Bottom-Up Proteomics
Liu, Rihe University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
$144,573
Identifying Calpain-10 Substrates from Human Proteome
Maccoss, Michael J Unviersity of Washington
$500,000
An LTQ-FT Mass Spectrometer for Shotgun Proteomics
Mccarthy, James B University of Minnesota Twin Cities
$297,371
Melanoma Proteoglycan and Matrix Metalloproteinases
Mccarthy,
Kevin J
Louisiana State University HSC Shreveport
$290,000
Proteoglycans in Diabetic Nephropathy
Merkler,
David J
University of South Florida
$72,500
Proteome Profiling Probes for CoA-Dependent Protein
Pan, Wei University of Minnesota Twin Cities
$174,500
Statistical Methods for Genomic and Proteomic Data
Ping, Peipei University of California Los Angeles
$192,813
Functional Proteomic Analysis of Cardiac Mitochondria
Rice, Kevin G University of Iowa
$221,250
Proteosome Inhibitor Enhanced Non-Viral Gene Delivery
Russell,
David H
Texas A&M University System
$218,250
Ion Mobility - Mass Spectrometry for Proteomics
Ryan,
Robert O
Children's Hospital & Research Center at Oakland
$400,250
Apolipoprotein A-V: A Functional Proteomics Study
Sasinowski, Maciek Incogen
$1,202,334
Proteomics software package for the detection of cancer
Saunders, Scott Washington University
$267,750
Pathobiochemistry of Proteoglycans in development
Schoneich, Christian University of Kansas Lawrence
$224,640
Multifunctional reagents for proteomic analysis
Selleck,
Scott B
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
$252,450
Proteoglycans In Growth Factor Signaling and Development
Tezel,
Tongalp H
University of Louisville
$148,500
Proteomic Analysis Of Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Vanbreemen, Richard B University of Illinois at Chicago
$383,000
2D-HPLC-Tandem Mass Spectrometer for Proteomics
Watts, Julian D Institute for Systems Biology
$352,000
Quantitative Proteomics On T Cell Signaling Complexes
Williams,
David Lee
Illinois State University
$70,000
High Throughput Proteome Analysis of Schistosoma mansoni
Yates, John R Scripps Research Institute
$500,000
High Performance Mass Spectrometer for Proteomics
Yates, John R Scripps Research Institute
$422,325
Quantitative Proteome Analysis of Brain Development
Yates, John R Scripps Research Institute
$143,850
Proteomic Analysis of C. elegans Insulin Signaling
Zhong, Guangming University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio
$310,250
Chlamydia trachomatis proteomics
* Data compiled between March 7, 2005 and April 17, 2005.
SOURCE: NIH office of extramural research.
This site lists extramural awards in fiscal year 2005 by state/foreign site.
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