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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research: Sep 2, 2005

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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of
Proteomics and Protein Research
Principal
Investigator(s)
Sponsor
Start/(est)
End Date
Amount
Title
Bushey, Michelle; Urbach, Adam; Shinkle, James; King, Jonathan
Trinity University
8/1/2005-7/31/ 2008
$128,000
Acquisition of Capillary Electrophoresis Instrumentation and Nanospray MassSpectrometry Source
Drain, Charles; Goss, Dixie; Stark, Ruth; Soll, Clifford; Francesconi, Lynn
CUNY City University of New York
9/1/2005-8/31/2008
$416,994
Acquisition of a MALDI Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer
Gunner, Marilyn
CUNY City College
8/15/2005-7/31/2006
$185,728
Importance of Buried Charges in Protein
Hieftje, Gary
Indiana University
8/1/2005-7/31/2006
$469,892
Development of a Dual-Source Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometer for Elemental and Speciation Analysis
Hone, James; Hunt, John; Wind, Shalom; Sheetz, Michael; Vallee, Richard
Columbia University
9/1/2005-8/31/2006
$1,749,117
NIRT: Biomolecular-Scale Nanofabrication for Investigation of Signaling,Motility, and Motor Protein Complexes
Jayaraman, Vasanthi
University of Texas HSC Houston
8/1/2005-7/31/2008
$405,000
Structure and Function of Membrane Proteins
Jiang, Shaoyi
University of Washington
9/15/2005-8/31/2008
$375,000
Sensors: A Novel Protein Immobilization Technique for Protein Array Sensors with High Stability, Multiple Functionalities, and Excellent Sensitivity
Li, Jiaxu
Mississippi State University
8/1/2005-7/31/2007
$265,124
Comparative Proteome Analysis of Protein Expression and Phosphorylation in Arabidopsis
Meng, Xun
EngeneOS.
9/1/2005-8/31/2007
$500,000
SBIR Phase II: Proteome Epitope Tags-Based Antibody Arrays for High-Throughput, Proteome-Wide Kinase Pathway Profiling
Morehead, Andrew
East Carolina University
9/1/2005-8/31/2008
$503,248
Acquisition of Mass Spectrometers for East Carolina University
Ondrechen, Mary Jo
Northeastern University
8/1/2005-8/31/2006
$132,612
Protein Structure-Based Prediction of Functional Information
Rossmann, Michael
Purdue University
6/15/2005-7/30/2006
$250,000
X-ray Determination of Proteins and Viruses
Saavedra, Scott
University of Arizona
9/1/2005-8/31/2006
$213,000
Effects of Lipid Polymerization on Membrane Mechanical Properties andTransmembrane Protein Activity
Sussman, Michael
University of Wisconsin Madison
7/1/2005-6/30/2006
$200,000
Isotope-Assisted Proteomic Analysis of Hormone Receptor Mutants
Tasayco, Maria Luisa
CUNY City College
8/1/2005-8/31/2006
$148,764
Understanding Electrostatic Contributions to Protein Stability
Thirumalai, Devarajan
University of Maryland College Park
8/1/2005-7/31/2006
$170,000
Topics in Protein Folding and Dynamics
Troyanskaya, Olga; Schapire, Robert
Princeton University
7/15/2005-30/6/2008
$471,442
SEI (BIO): Integrated analysis of heterogeneous genomic data for accurate prediction of gene function and interactions between proteins
VanWijk, Klaas; Zhang, Sheng; Friso, Giulia; Wang, Haiyang; Hanson, Maureen
Cornell University
8/1/2005-7/31/2008
$348,632
A Hybrid Quadrupole Time-of-Flight Tandem Mass Spectrometer Integrated with UPLCfor Characterization of Protein Complexes and Comparative Proteomics
Wang, Wei University of North Carolina Chapel Hill
7/15/2005-6/30/2006
$140,000
BioComp: Identifying Spatial Motifs for Classification of Protein Structure andFunction
Xu, Yujia CUNY Hunter College
8/15/2005-7/31/2008
$372,229
Acquisition of Beckman ProteomeLab XL-I Characterization System
Zhong, Dongping Ohio State University Research Foundation
9/1/2005-8/31/2006
$120,000
Ultrafast Hydration Dynamics at Protein Surfaces
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