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2011 Awardees

Utpal Banerjee

Utpal Banerjee, Ph.D.

University of California, Los Angeles

Project Title: Developmental Control Of Metabolism
Grant ID: DP1-OD008356




Brenda L. Bass

Brenda L. Bass, Ph.D.

University of Utah

Project Title: Cellular Double-Stranded RNA as a Signal of Stress, Immunity, and Aging
Grant ID: DP1-OD008174




Jean Bennett

Jean Bennett, Ph.D.

University of Pennsylvania

Project Title: Broad Spectrum Molecular Therapy for Blinding Retina Disorders
Grant ID: DP1-OD008267




William M. Clemons

William M. Clemons, Ph.D.

California Institute of Technology

Project Title: NIH Pioneer Award
Grant ID: DP1-OD008304




Florian Engert

Florian Engert, Ph.D.

Harvard University

Project Title: Watching a Vertebrate Brain Learn and Behave in a Virtual Environment
Grant ID: DP1-OD008240




Andrew P. Feinberg

Andrew P. Feinberg, M.D., M.P.H.

Johns Hopkins University

Project Title: A General Stochastic Epigenetic Model for Evolution, Development, and Disease
Grant ID: DP1-OD008324




James E.K. Hildreth

James E.K. Hildreth, M.D., Ph.D.

University of California, Davis

Project Title: Role of Natural Pseudotyping with Other Viruses in HIV Transmission
Grant ID: DP1-OD008243




Tao Pan

Tao Pan, Ph.D.

University of Chicago

Project Title: Mis-Translation as a New Mechanism of Stress Response in Biology
Grant ID: DP1-OD008169




Sharad Ramanathan

Sharad Ramanathan, Ph.D.

Harvard University

Project Title: A Road Map to the Neocortex
Grant ID: DP1-OD008197




David S. Schneider

David S. Schneider, Ph.D.

Stanford University

Project Title: Mapping the Road to Recovery - Does the Way We Get Better Differ from the Way We Get Sick
Grant ID: DP1-OD008167




Thanos Siapas

Thanos Siapas, Ph.D.

California Institute of Technology

Project Title: Nanoprobe Arrays for Massively Parallel 3-D Recordings of Brain Activity
Grant ID: DP1-OD008255




Andreas S. Tolias

Andreas S. Tolias, Ph.D.

Baylor College of Medicine

Project Title: Dissecting the Fabric of the Cerebral Cortex
Grant ID: DP1-OD008301




Mehmet Fatih Yanik

Mehmet Fatih Yanik, Ph.D.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Project Title: Generating Transplantable Neurons by In Vivo Combinatorial Screening of Transcription Regulator RNAs
Grant ID: DP1-OD008161




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