NIH Director's Pioneer Award Recipients

2010 Awardees

Carlos F. Barbas III

Carlos F. Barbas III, Ph.D.

The Scripps Research Institute

Project Title: Chemically Programmed Immunity
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006990

 

 

 


Pamela J. Bjorkman

Pamela J. Bjorkman, Ph.D.

California Institute of Technology

Project Title: Thwarting HIV Evasion of Antibody Avidity with Novel Antibody Architectures
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006961

 

 

 


Valentin Dragoi

Valentin Dragoi, Ph.D.

University of Texas, Health Science Center at Houston

Project Title: Examining Population Coding Underlying Complex Behavior in Freely Moving Primates
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006929

 

 

 


Stephen W. Fesik

Stephen W. Fesik, Ph.D.

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Project Title: Expanding the Druggable Genome
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006933

 

 

 


Tamas L. Horvath

Tamas L. Horvath, D.V.M., Ph.D.

Yale University School of Medicine

Project Title: Hypothalamic AgRP Neurons Are Determinants of Healthy Lifespan and Higher Brain Functions
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006850

 

 

 


J. Keith Joung

J. Keith Joung, M.D., Ph.D.

Massachusetts General Hospital / Harvard Medical School

Project Title: Advancing Stem Cell Technologies Using Engineered Zinc Finger Proteins
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006862

 

 

 


David Kleinfeld

David Kleinfeld, Ph.D.

University of California, San Diego

Project Title: Defining the Logic of Neurovascular Signaling in the Brain
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006831

 

 

 


Haifan Lin

Haifan Lin, Ph.D.

Yale University

Project Title: Toward a Central Question in Epigenetics: A Major Epigenetic Programming Mechanism Guided by piRNAs
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006825

 

 

 


Jun O. Liu

Jun O. Liu, Ph.D.

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Project Title: Generation and Proteome-Wide Screening of Hybrid Combinatorial Libraries
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006795

 

 

 


Andres Villu Maricq

Andres Villu Maricq, M.D., Ph.D.

University of Utah

Project Title: Simultaneous In Vivo Studies of Synapses, Neurons, and Learning and Memory
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006975

 

 

 


Joseph H. Nadeau

Joseph H. Nadeau, Ph.D.

The Institute for Systems Biology

Project Title: Lamarck Redux: Transgenerational Genetic Effects on Phenotypes and Disease
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006911

 

 

 


Miguel A. L. Nicolelis

Miguel A. L. Nicolelis, M.D., Ph.D.

Duke University

Project Title: A Virtual Reality Simulator to Study VLSBA and Test Brain-Actuating Technologies
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006798

 

 

 


Lalita Ramakrishnan

Lalita Ramakrishnan, M.D., Ph.D.

University of Washington

Project Title: Linking the Behavior of Individual Host Cells to Their Transcriptional Signatures
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006782

 

 

 


Lorna W. Role

Lorna W. Role, Ph.D.

State University of New York at Stony Brook

Project Title: Unveiling the Role and Taking Control of Cholinergic Tone in Circuits of Attention, Memory, and Fear
Grant ID: DP1-OD-007014

 

 

 


Michael L. Roukes

Michael L. Roukes, Ph.D.

California Institute of Technology

Project Title: Nanoscale Tools to Push Biomedical Frontiers
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006924

 

 

 


Ram Samudrala

Ram Samudrala, Ph.D.

University of Washington

Project Title: Novel Paradigms for Drug Discovery: Computational Multi-Target Screening
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006779

 

 

 


Bruce A. Yankner

Bruce A. Yankner, M.D., Ph.D.

Harvard Medical School

Project Title: Modeling the Aging Epigenome
Grant ID: DP1-OD-006849

 

 

 

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