NIH Pharmacogenomics Grants, September October 2006
Organization Name


Principal Investigator
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center
Abruzzo, Lynne Validation of RNA and DNA Biomarkers of Prognosis in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia
Columbia University Health Sciences
Ahsan, Habibul Genomewide association in early-onset breast cancer
Source Precision Medicine
Bankaitis-Davis, Danute Early Prediction of Therapy Responders in Chronic HCV
Johns Hopkins University
Baylin, Stephen Cancer Genome Characterization Center at Johns Hopkins
Stanford University
Butte, Atul Enabling new discoveries in pharmacogenomics through a genomic date-driven nosolology
Cleveland Clinic
Casey, Graham Genomic Wide Association Study of Colorectal Cancer
University of Pennsylvania
Fitzgerald, Garret Clinical Aspects of Aspirin and Clopidogrel Resistance
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Gentleman, Robert Bioconductor: an open computing resource for genomics
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Guay-Woodford, Lisa Genetics and Pharmacogenetics in FSGS (PPG Project 4)
University of California, Los Angeles
Hankinson, Oliver Function and Regulation of Human Cytochrome P4502S1
University of Texas Health Science Center
Hecht, Jacqueline Genetic Studies of Clubfoot (ITEV)
Kovoor, Abraham A Genetic Test for Drug-Induced Dyskinesia Risk
New York University
Listman, Jennifer Population Genetics & Drug Dependence in Asian Isolates
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Meyerson, Matthew Center for Cancer Genome Characterization
University of Arkansas
Nowell, Susan Pharmacogenetics of Hormonal Therapy for Breast Cancer
University of Kansas Medical Center
Reed, Gregory Probe Drugs for Botanical-Drug Interactions
Columbia University Health Sciences
Shen, Jing Telomere dysfunction, oxidative damage and breast cancer risk
DeCode Genetics
Stefansson, Kari Genes Contributing to Opioid Abuse in Humans
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Stein, Lincoln Enhancing the HapMap Web Site
Cleveland Clinic
Topol, Eric Molecular Basis of Resistance to Anti-Platelet Agents
*SOURCE: US National Institutes of Health