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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005*: Oct 21, 2005

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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2005*
PI Name Institution
Award
Project Title
Burkart,
Michael D
University of California
San Diego
$328,893
Proteomic Methodologies for Polyketide Biosynthesis
Cairns,
Paul
Fox Chase Cancer Center
$363,086
Methylation & Proteomics-Based Detection of Renal Cancer
Cantor,
Alan B
Children's Hospital
$337,840
Proteomic Approach to Further Understanding the Role of Megakaryocytes
Costello,
Catherine E
Boston University Medical Campus
$13,000
Cardiovascular Proteomics Center Symposia Series
Diaz,
Philip T
Ohio State University
$411,125
Alveolar Macrophage Proteomics in HIV-Induced Emphysema
Dipersio,
C Michael
Albany Medical College of Union University
$63,200
Control of Matrix Proteolysis by Integrin a3b1 in Skin
Djukanovic,
Ratko
University of Southampton
$250,787
A Proteomics Approach in the Study of Novel COPD Markers
Dynan,
William S
Medical College of Georgia
$333,508
Laser Capture Microscopy and 2D-DIGE: Cancer Proteomics
Friedl,
Andreas
University of Wisconsin Madison
$259,876
Heparan Sulfate Proteoglycans in Glioma Angiogenesis
Gonias,
Steven L
Gordon Research Conferences
$15,000
Gordon Research Conference 2006 Plasminogen Activation and Extracellular Proteolysis
Gutstein,
Howard B
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
$375,000
Proteomic Approaches to Alcoholism
Haystead,
Timothy A
Duke University
$385,000
Proteome Mining as a Predicitve Tool of Drug Toxicity
Hill,
Elizabeth G
Medical University of South Carolina
$117,657
Statistical Methods for Head and Neck Cancer Proteomics
Kim,
Dohyung
University of Minnesota Twin Cities
$217,655
Functional Proteomics of mTOR-Regulated Nuclear Proteins
Laney,
Jeffrey D
Brown University
$283,977
Proteolytic Control Of Yeast Cell Type
Nagalla,
Srinivasa R
Proteogenix
$437,500
Diagnostic Proteomic Profiles for Aneuploidy
Novotny,
Milos V
Indiana University Bloomington
$964,961
Biomed Studies & Instrumentation in Proteomics/Glycomics
Pietropaolo,
Massimo T
Children's Hospital Pittsburgh/UPMC Health System
$219,905
Proteomics of Autoimmune Type 1 Diabetes
Ren,
Diya
Calibrant Biosystems
$200,000
Microtechnologies Enabling LCM-Based Clinical Proteomics
Rudner,
David Z
Harvard University Medical School
$381,375
Cell-cell Signaling Through Regulated Proteolysis
Ryutov,
Alex
Epicenter Software
$604,534
Integrated SNP, Gene Expression and Proteomic Analysis
Schutzer,
Steven E
University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
$311,000
Complete Proteome of Cerebrospinal Fluid
Smith,
Desmond J
University of California Los Angeles
$508,792
Transcriptome and Proteome Mapping of the Mouse Brain
Snider,
Ross
Snider Technology
$149,800
Real Time Proteomic Analysis of Peptides and Proteins
Terwilliger, Thomas C University of California-Los Alamos National Laboratory
$51,030
Structural Organization and Proteomics of TB
Yeung,
Anthony T
Institute for Cancer Research
$84,500
Proteomic Biomarkers in Pancreatic Cyst Fluids
Zheng,
Qing Y
Jackson Laboratory
$378,000
Transcriptome and Proteome Analysis of Mouse Inner Ears
*Data compiled between Sept. 12, 2005 and Oct. 2, 2005.
SOURCE: NIH office of extramural research.
This site lists extramural awards in fiscal year 2005 by state/foreign site.
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