Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2008, Jan. 1 - May 27 (Part I of II)
Organization, City, State PI Name Project Title
Akonni Biosystems,
New Market, Md.
Chandler, Darrell Multiplexed pathogen detection by on-chip amplification.
Ambion Diagnostics, Austin, Tex. Brown, Justin RNA amplification for diagnostic microarrays.
Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz. Clarkcurtiss, Josephine Gene expression in Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
San Diego
Rothwarf, David Liquid array protein assay platform.
Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories,
Richland, Wash.
Zangar, Richard Bioinformatics for protein microarrays.
Baylor College of Medicine,
Houston, Tex.
Rijnkels, Monique Analysis of chromatin remodeling in mammary gland development using tiling arrays.
Biodetection Instruments, Fayetteville, Ark. Su, Xiaoli A microfluidic biochip for rapid screening of pesticide residues.
Houston, Tex.
Jackson, George Temperature gradient hybridizer and real-time imager for DNA microarrays.
Columbia University,
New York
Firestein, Stuart Microarray analysis of olfactory receptor expression.
Columbia University,
New York
Lipkin, Wian Pathogen discovery in chronic lung disease by mass tag PCR and microarray.
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute,
Li, Cheng dChip:analysis and visualization of oligonucleotide expression and SNP arrays.
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH Whitfield, Michael Development of RIP-Chip methods and tiled arrays to identify functional elements.
Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution, Gainesville, Fla. Benner, Steven Chemistry to improve human genomic array analysis architectures.
Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia Kleinszanto, Andres Tissue arraying, immunostaining, and imaging system.
Gene Check,
Fort Collins, Colo.
Wagner, Robert A microarray based STR genotyping system utilizing RecA-mediated ligation.
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Macbeath, Gavin Quantitative, multiplexed and high-throughput: macroarrays of lysate microarrays.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, Calif. Weier, Heinzulrich Accelerating cancer research with single cell arrays.
Massachusetts General Hospital,
Yarmush, Martin Living cell arrays for real time functional genomics.
Massachusetts General Hospital,
Louis, David Custom array CGH for glioma diagnosis and management.
Meso Scale Diagnostics, Gaithersburg, Md. Kenten, John Human proteome arrays for auto-antibody identification in clinical cancer studies.
Michigan State University, Lansing, Mich. Walton, Stephen Development of a parallel, array-based transcription factor expression assay.
Guo, Athena Cell mimic microarrays for multivalent pathogen characterization & detection.
Mirus Bio,
Madison, Wisc.
Watt, Maryanne Efficient labeling of microRNA for microarray analysis.
North Carolina State University,
Raleigh, NC
Smirnov, Alex Lipid nanotube arrays for membrane protein biochips.
Northwestern University, Chicago Huang, Chiangching Atherosclerosis risk refinement: a multi-marker approach using microarrays.
Syracuse, NY
Mcpike, Mark Microarray chips for rapid detection of high affinity nucleic acid sequences.