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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research: Jun 24, 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
Aquadro, Charles; Wolfner, Mariana Cornell University
6/15/05-5/31/07
$11,417
Dissertation Research: The Roles of Proteolytic Proteins in Regulating Post-mating Behaviors in Drosophila melanogaster — Evolutionary and Functional Investigations
Bystroff, Christopher Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
6/1/05-5/31/06
$160,419
Five Hierarchical Statistical Models for Protein Folding
Cardenas, Alfredo University of South Florida
5/1/05-4/30/06
$168,128
CAREER: Biomolecular Simulations Coming to Age: Folding of Globular and Membrane-bound Proteins Studied by Computer
Clarke, Steven University of California Los Angeles
6/1/05-5/31/08
$149,310
Collaborative Research: Maintenance of a Functional Proteome through Dynamic Repair
Copie, Valerie; Carey, Jannette Montana State University
7/1/05-6/30/06
$124,898
Dynamical Studies of Functionally Altered Mutants of the Tryptophan Repressor Protein
Downie, Allan; Clarke, Steven University of Kentucky Research Foundation
6/1/05-5/31/08
$289,900
Collaborative Research: Maintenance of a Functional Proteome through Dynamic Repair
Galbraith, David; Gang, David; Haynes, Paul; Lau, Serrine; Wang, Youxiang University of Arizona
5/15/05-4/30/06
$842,712
Self-Assembling Autofluorescent Protein Microarrays, a Universal Resource for the Plant Research Community
Gasch, Audrey University of Wisconsin Madison
5/15/05-4/30/06
$180,000
CAREER: The Role of the Protein Kinase C Pathway and Chromatin Remodeling Factors in Orchestrating the Environmental Stress Response in Yeast
Jackson, David; Sylvester, Anne; Quackenbush, John Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
6/1/05-6/30/06
$870,781
Characterizing Sub-Cellular Compartments in Maize Using Fluorescent Protein Tagged Lines
Johansen, Kristen; Girton, Jack; Johansen, Jorgen Iowa State University
5/1/05-4/30/06
$180,000
Structural Reorganization of Nuclear Proteins During Mitosis
O'Rourke, Joseph Smith College
5/15/05-4/30/06
$26,921
Can Protein Chains Lock?
Samudrala, Ram University of Washington
5/15/05-4/30/06
$78,333
CAREER: Accurate and Automated Protein Structure Prediction
Sheen, Jen Massachusetts General Hospital
5/15/05-4/30/06
$135,000
Calcium-Dependent Protein Kinases in Plant Defense Signaling
Springer, Mark University of California Riverside
7/1/05-6/30/07
$12,000
Dissertation Research: Comparative Genomics: A Novel Approach to Understanding Mammalian Reproductive Proteins
Stone, David University of Illinois Chicago
5/15/05-4/30/06
$165,000
G Protein Regulation of a Microtubule Motor Protein in Yeast
Zare, Richard Stanford University
6/15/05-5/31/06
$99,999
NER: On-Chip Analysis of Individual Cells — Single-Molecule Counting on Rare Proteins
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