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List of recent awards

Project/Grant Title
Award Start
Roberto De Guzman, Ph.D. » University of Kansas/Haskell Indian Nations University IRACDA Project National Institutes of Health $3,225,100 8/1/2018
Brandon DeKosky, Ph.D. » High-throughput TCR repertoire-based platforms for antigen-specific cancer immunotherapy Department of Defense $543,766 8/1/2018
Thomas Prisinzano, Ph.D. » Development of a broadly protective subunit vaccine against Pseudomonas aeruginosa American Chemical Society $30,000 8/1/2018
Wendy Picking, Ph.D. » Development of a broadly protective subunit vaccine against Pseudomonas aeruginosa National Institutes of Health $427,250 8/15/2018
Sue Lunte, Ph.D. » Exploration of paper-based microfluidics for peptide labeling and mass spectrometric detection Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening $11,420 8/26/2018
Brandon DeKosky, Ph.D. » T cell responses shared among triple negative breast cancer patients University of Colorado at Denver $15,150 9/1/2018
Fang Du, Ph.D. Mechanisms of mitochondrial clearance and Tau accumulation Alzheimer's Association $148,500 9/1/2018
Audrey Lamb, Ph.D. » Novel and essential metallophores from multidrug resistant bacterial pathogens National Institutes of Health $911,006 9/1/2018
Blake Peterson, Ph.D. » Creating Chemical Tools to Study Cellular Signal Transduction Howard Hughes Medical Institute $50,000 9/1/2018
Wendy Picking, Ph.D. » Adjuvant development of the TLR4 ligand BECC438 University of Maryland $1,673,281.00 9/30/2018
Brandon DeKosky, Ph.D. » Antibody response analysis to protein drugs United States-Israel Binational Science Foundation $60,000 10/1/2018
Laird Forrest, Ph.D. » Development of cancer vaccines using dogs as a translational model Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute $50,000 12/1/2018
Brandon DeKosky, Ph.D. » Comprehensive molecular and functional analyses of anti-HIV-1 antibody repertoires National Institutes of Health $434,800 12/6/2018
Anthony Fehr, Ph.D. » Investigating How ADP-ribosylation Impacts Innate Immunity During Coronavirus Infection National Institutes of Health $270,000 12/7/2018
Michael Zhuo Wang, Ph.D. » Identification of CYP5122A1 inhibitors as chemical probes for Leishmania biology National Institutes of Health $2,143,346 12/21/2018
T. Christopher Gamblin, Ph.D. » Development of Fungal Natural Products as Potential Therapeutics for Alzheimer’s Disease KU-Research-GO $15,000 1/1/2019
Jennifer Robinson, Ph.D. » Imaging and Assessment of Emulsion Electrospun Fiber Diameter and Porosity for the Programmable Delivery of Estrogen Receptor Agonists KU-Research-GO $15,000 1/1/2019
Brandon DeKosky, Ph.D. » Probing antigen specificity and response of autoimmune B cells in Neuromyelitis Optica National Institutes of Health $416,625 1/11/2019

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