Microarray-Relevant NIH Grants in Fiscal Year 2008, May 27 July 2
Organization, City, State PI Name Project Title
Award
Children's Hospital
Boston
, Boston
Walsh, Christopher Finding Autism genes by genomic copy number analysis.
$557,773
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, Cold Spring Harbor, NY Sebat, Jonathan High-resolution ROMA analysis of genome copy number variation in the HapMap.
$711,784
Columbia University,
New York
Wapner, Ronald Prenatal cytogenetic diagnosis by array-based copy number analysis.
$1,757,977
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle Peters, Ulrike Genome-wide association study of nonsynonymous SNPs in colon cancer.
$710,490
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
,
Cambridge, Mass.
Engelward, Bevin Comet-Chip: a high-throughput DNA damage sensor for enviornmental health studies.
$264,835
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
,
Cambridge, Mass.
Mesirov, Jill Knowledge-based gene expression analysis for biomedical and cancer research.
$527,256
Massachusetts Institute
of Technology
,
Cambridge, Mass.
Mesirov, Jill Supporting expression analysis users with GenePattern.
$459,983
Portland State University, Portland, Ore. Yan, Mingdi Photogenerated carbohydrate microarrays.
$286,151
Reaction Biology,
Malvern, Penn.
Ma, Haiching Microarraying and screening chemical libraries.
$107,500
Stanford University, Stanford, Calif. Sherlock, Gavin Continued development of Stanford Microarray Database.
$398,000
Translational Genomics Research Institute, Phoenix Hostetter, Galen Molecular profiles of colorectal adenomas by array CGH.
$127,656
University of California, Davis, Davis, Calif. Zhu, Xiangdong High-speed label-free optical detection system for small-molecule microarrays.
$151,000
University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Nelson, Stanley UCLA NINDS/NIMH microarray center.
$1,116,480
University of Connecticut, Storrs, Storrs, Mansfield, Conn. Rusling, James Biosensor arrays based on single wall carbon nanotubes.
$107,847
University of Denver, Denver Kutateladze, Andrei Ultrasensitive photoamplifed fluorescence detection of ligand binding on a chip.
$222,900
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, Ill. Suslick, Kenneth A VOC dosimeter based on a colorimetric sensor array.
$635,477
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, Ill. Bashir, Rashid Integrated biochip sensors for detection of cancer.
$512,381
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, Wis. Kendziorski, Christina Statistical methods for the genomic analysis of gene expression data.
$196,034
Wayne State University, Detroit Ruden, Douglas QTL and microarray mapping lead sensitivity genes.
$286,660
Yale University,
New Haven, Conn.
Mane, Shrikant Yale microarray center for research on the nervous system.
$1,336,290