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List of recent awards

Project/Grant Title
Award Start
Russ Middaugh, Ph.D. » Stability and Dynamics of Immunoglobulins Medimmune, Inc $249,693 12/1/2017
Russ Middaugh, Ph.D. » The Development and Characterization of mRNA Lipid Nanoparticles (LNPs) Medimmune, Inc $251,086 12/1/2017
Blake Peterson, Ph.D. » Synthetic Cell Surface Receptors that Control Signal Transduction G. Harold & Leila Y. Mathers Charitable Foundation $244,524 12/1/2017
Berl Oakley, Ph.D. » Linking Regulation of Primary and Secondary Metabolism in Fungi for Improved Animal and Human Health Kansas State University $15,000 12/1/2017
Wendy Picking, Ph.D. » Development of a combination vaccine targeting three major enteric pathogens Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute $50,000 12/1/2017
Mizuki Azuma, Ph.D. » O-GlcNAcylation of Ewing sarcoma proteins in chromosomal maintenance National Institutes of Health $165,125 12/5/2017
Wendy Picking, Ph.D. » Development of a next generation vaccine to prevent pertussis National Institutes of Health $416,625 12/15/2017
Laird Forrest, Ph.D. » Development of novel immunosuppressant prodrugs for treatment of ulcerative colitis PHRMA Foundation $40,000 1/1/2018
William Picking, Ph.D. » Toward stabilization of Coccidioides delta cps1 as a canine vaccine against Valley Fever Anivive LifeSciences, Inc. $261,092 1/1/2018
Brandon DeKosky, Ph.D. » New platforms for rapid and personalized TCR-based cancer immunotherapy University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute $35,000 2/1/2018
Frank Schoenen, Ph.D. » Exploiting ER stress pathway as a target of vulnerability in ovarian cancer University of New Mexico $29,026 3/1/2018
Frank Schoenen, Ph.D. » Capitalizing on p53 loss/mutations in osteosarcoma by novel compounds KU Medical Center $101,372 4/1/2018
Shi Fang Yan, Ph.D. » PINK1 signaling and synaptic mitochondria integrity in AD National Institutes of Health $416,625 4/1/2018

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