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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2006*: Feb 23, 2006

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Recent NIH Proteomics Awards in FY 2006*
PI Name Institution
Award
Project Title
Amon, Angelika B Massachusettes Institute of Technology
$246,111
Regulation of Mitosis by Proteolysis in Yeast
Chan, Jennifer A Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
$131,118
Proteoglycans Modulate Sonic Hedgehog Rseponses
Cornish, Virginia W Columbia University New York Morningside
$270,607
A Genetic Screen for Protein Evolution and Proteomics
Esko, Jeffrey D University of California San Diego
$329,064
Genetic Control of Proteoglycan Metabolism
Ferrington, Deborah A University of Minnesota Twin Cities
$145,010
Proteomics of Altered Protein in Macular Degeneration
Haas, Arthur L Louisiana State University HSC New Orleans
$307,207
ATP-Ubiquitin-Dependent Proteolysis
Hawdon, John M George Washington University
$186,756
Proteomic Analysis of Hookworm Larval Activation
Hegde, Ashok N Wake Forest University Health Sciences
$295,694
Regulated Proteolysis and Long-Term Memory
Johnson, Mark D Brigham and Women's Hospital
$165,721
Genomics/Proteomics of p53-mediated Neuronal Death
Kaminski, Naftali University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
$181,262
Proteomics of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis
Karnik, Sadashiva S Cleveland Clinic Lerner College
$356,275
Phosphoproteome and Ang II-induced VSMC Gene Expression
Knapp, Daniel R Medical University of South Carolina
$254,569
Microfluidic System for Cancer Proteome Analysis
Kwon, Yong T University of Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh
$273,771
Proteomics of Ubiquitin-Dependent N-End Rule Pathway
Li, Lian Emory University
$333,963
Ubiquitin-mediated proteolysis at synaptic terminals
Lubman, David M University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
$265,940
Liquid Proteomics for Marker Screening of Ovarian Cancer
Mahrus, Sami University of California San Francisco
$45,976
Sensitive Global Profiling of Proteolysis in Apoptosis
Martin, Daniel B Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
$133,650
Proteomic Analysis of the Androgen Receptor Complex
Seshi, Beerelli Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor UCLA Medical Center
$609,318
Functional Proteomics of Leukemic Marrow Stromal Cells
Shaka, Athan J University of California Irvine
$143,721
High-Throughput Protein NMR Proteomics
Sheetz, Michael P Columbia University New York Morningside
$319,316
Mechanical Transduction by Cytoskeletons: Proteomic Map
Skibbe, David S Stanford University
$45,976
Proteomic analysis of Mutator Transposition
Sunyaev, Shamil Brigham and Women's Hospital
$256,875
Approaches to Multiorganismal Comparative Proteomics
Varner, Michael W University of Utah
$186,875
Genomic and Proteomic Network for Premature Birth Resea
Wood, David O University of South Alabama
$292,000
Global Analysis of the Rickettsia prowazekii Proteome
Wu, Christine C University of Colorado Denver/HSC Aurora
$154,000
Quantitative Proteomic Analysis of the Intact Human Heart
*Data compiled between Jan. 16, 2006 and Feb. 12, 2006.
SOURCE: NIH office of extramural research.
The site lists extramural awards in fiscal year 2006 by state/foreign site.
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