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List of recent awards

Project/Grant Title
Award Start
Audrey Lamb, Ph.D. » Towards exome analyses: Surprising outcomes from mutating nonconserved positions KUMC - KU Medical Center 213,300 1/1/2017
Liang Xu, Ph.D. » Targeting HuR to improve a synthetic lethal therapy for pancreatic cancer Thomas Jefferson University 70,200 1/19/2017
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
Scott Hefty, Ph.D. » Functional Genomics for Chlamydia University of Washington $117,099 3/01/2017
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
Yong Zeng, Ph.D. » Integrated exosomes profiling for minimally invasive diagnosis and monitoring of cancer NIH - National Institutes of Health $1,156,208 5/10/2017
Wendy Picking, Ph.D. » Development of a vaccine to help cystic fibrosis patients J.R. & Inez W. Jay Fund $30,000 7/1/2017
Michael Wang, Ph.D. » Blood Exosomal Drug-Metabolizing Enzymes for Individualized Medicine J.R. & Inez W. Jay Fund $30,000 7/1/2017
Liqin Zhao, Ph.D. » ApoE2 as a therapeutic shield against Alzheimer's disease: a proof-of-concept study J.R. & Inez W. Jay Fund $30,000 7/1/2017
Susan Lunte, Ph.D. » Molecular Analysis of Disease Pathways NIH - National Institutes of Health $10,824,601 7/15/2017
Ryan Altman, Ph.D. » Fluoroalkylethers and Fluorinated Ethermimetics NIH - National Institutes of Health $1,841,393 8/1/2017
Wendy Picking, Ph.D. » Generating synergy between non-protein and protein macromolecular adjuvants Hafion LLC $61,853 8/1/2017

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