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Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research: Aug 17, 2006

Recent NSF Awards in the Areas of Proteomics and Protein Research
Principal Investigator(s) Sponsor
Start date/
End date
Michael Goshe North Carolina State University
Oct. 1, 2006-
Sept. 30, 2009
Acquisition of a nanoflow LC-QTOF mass spectrometer system for protein expression and structural analysis
Marina Vannucci Texas A&M Research Foundation
Sept. 1, 2006-
Aug. 31, 2007
Wavelet-based statistical modeling and applications
Steven Briggs University of California, San Diego
Sept. 1, 2006-
Aug. 31, 2008
Arabidopsis 2010: Whole proteome tools to benchmark gene functions and reveal networks
Thomas Funkhouser Princeton University
Aug. 15, 2006-
July 31. 2007
SEI: New shape analysis methods for structural bioinformatics
Dennis Wall Harvard University
Aug. 15, 2006-
July 31, 2007
Rodeo: A platform for discovery and analysis of protein network motifs
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