NIH Grants for Cell-Based Assay Development, Aug. Sept. 2006
Institution PI Name Project Title
Start Date
End Date
2006 Amount
Alpha Universe Alexey Zdanovsky Probes and cell arrays for detection of bacterial toxins
Sept. 8,
2006
Aug. 31,
2007
$196,552
Cellasic Paul Hung Microfluidic Bioreactor for High Throughput Cell-based
Sept. 1,
2006
Aug. 31,
2007
$199,700
Johns Hopkins University Jin Zhang Fluorescent Activity Sensors in Analysis of Oncogenic P13K/Akt Signaling
Sept. 26,
2006
Aug. 31,
2008
$183,988
MCU Designs Gregory Kaler Automated Microfluidics-Based High Definition Cell Pharmacology Profiling System
Sept. 8,
2006
Aug. 31,
2008
$212,954
Neurion Pharmaceuticals Mark Nowak Cell-Based Technology for Protein-Protein Interactions
Aug. 15,
2006
Aug. 14,
2007
$134,820
SRI International Gregory Faris Droplet Cell Array Assays
Sept. 27,
2006
Aug. 31,
2008
$253,031
SVision Shih-Jong Lee Robust Characterization of Moving Objects for Subcellular Time-lapse Assays
Aug. 1,
2006
Jan. 31,
2007
$100,000
University of California, Irvine Laura Borland Single cell assay for protein palmitoylation dynamics
Aug. 1,
2006
July 31,
2009
$43,996
University of Central Florida James Hickman High-throughput Electrophysiology for Pathway Identification
Sept. 15,
2006
Aug. 31,
2009
$429,994
University of Pittsburgh Billy Day High Throughput/Content Screens for Dynein Inhibitors
Sept. 15,
2006
Aug. 31,
2007
$74,250
University of Texas, Austin Mikhail Matz Beyond GFP and aequorin: Ocean-wide study of fluorescent and luminous proteins
Sept. 1,
2006
Aug. 31,
2010
$276,235
Vala Sciences Patrick McDonough Live cell and HCS assays to quantify production of cardiomyocytes from stem cells
Sept. 20,
2006
March 31, 2007
$249,866
Development automated assay-regulators insulin synthesis
Sept. 1,
2006
Aug. 31,
2007
$200,371
Yeshiva University Vladislav Verkhusha Molecular Fluorescent Toolkit
Sept. 1,
2006
Aug. 31,
2010
$352,750