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List of recent awards

Project/Grant Title
Award Start
David Volkin, Ph.D. » Development of Scale-Down Assays for Assessment of Tangential Flow Filtration Instability of Proteins Bristol-Myers Squibb 120,000 9/9/2016
Eli Michaelis, Ph.D. » Mito Genomics Metabolism KUMC - KU Medical Center 916,240 9/15/2016
Brandon DeKosky, Ph.D. » Comprehensive analysis of human adaptive immune receptors to elucidate correlates of Epstein-Barr virus NIH - National Institutes of Health $1,830,316 9/19/2016
Scott Lovell, Ph.D. » Identifying stabilizers of p53 using pocket complementarity Fox Chase Cancer Center $12,120 9/26/2016
Liang Xu, Ph.D. » Blocking breast cancer metastasis by targeting RNA-binding protein HuR DOD - Department of Defense 757,497 9/30/2016
Shirley ShiDu Yan, Ph.D. » TOMM40-mediated mitochondrial dysfunction and Alzheimer's disease NIH - National Institutes of Health 515,560 9/30/2016
Joanna Slusky, Ph.D. » Peptides that bind to outer membrane beta barrels Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation 825,000 11/01/2016
Lynn Hancock, Ph.D. » The role of peptide signaling in Enterococcus faecalis biofilm development NIH - National Institutes of Health 406,958 12/01/2016
Paul Hanson, Ph.D. » Recyclable magnetic Co/C hybrid ROMP reagents, scavengers and ligands Materia, Inc. 53,631 12/01/2016
David Johnson, Ph.D. » Prediction of druggable pockets unique to cancer-associated mutations Sanofi-Aventis Recherche & Developpement $2,903 12/26/2016
Audrey Lamb, Ph.D. » Towards exome analyses: Surprising outcomes from mutating nonconserved positions KUMC - KU Medical Center 213,300 1/1/2017
Blake Peterson, Ph.D. » Synthetic Lethal Targeting of Growth Factor Receptors NIH - National Institutes of Health 1,459,725 2/1/2017
David Volkin, Ph.D. » Measles and Rubella Vaccine Formulation for Stability in Dried State Vaxxas $550,000 2/21/2017
Yong Zeng, Ph.D. » Microfluidic Integrative Circulating miRNA Profiling for Cancer Diagnosis NIH - National Institutes of Health $410,564 4/01/2017
Yong Zeng, Ph.D. » Microfluidic Profiling of Circulating miRNAs in Cancer K-INBRE - Postdoc Award 2017 $25,000 5/01/2017

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