Grants & Awards – Summer 2016

Biochemistry
  • Douglas Theobald, “Evolution of Enzyme Structure and Function Viewed at Atomic Resolution,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • Jeffrey Gelles, “Coordination of Actin and Cytoskeletons,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • Maria-Eirini Pandelia, “Functional Diversification of the HD-Superfamily; the Hydrolase/Oxygenase Dilemma,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • Daniel Oprian, “Macromolecular Structure and Mechanism,” (National Institutes of Health)
Biology
  • Paul Garrity, “Molecular Mechanisms of Thermal Tolerance in Drosophila,” (National Science Foundation)
  • Paul Garrity, “Unraveling the Polymodal Behavior of Sensory Transduction Receptors,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • Bruce Goode, “Regulation of Formins and Cell Polarity in Yeast,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • Bruce Goode, “Coordination of the Actin and Microtubule Cytoskeletons,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • Leslie Griffith, “Genetic Tools for Visualization of Co-Transmission in Identified Neurons,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • Kenneth Hayes, “Dried Carrot Pomace as an Antidiabetic Food Ingredient,” (Massachusetts Technology Transfer Center)
  • Nelson Lau, “Transposon Landscapes and Transcriptome Diversity in Aging Neurons,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • John Lisman, “Role of CaMKII in Memory,” (National Institutes of Health)
  • Michael Marr, “FOXO Regulation and Translation Control,” (National Institutes of Health)
Computer Science
  • James Pustejovsky,” Worksheet Creation for Scholarly Analysis and Data Capsules (WCSA+DC)”, (University of Illinois/Andrew W. Mellon Foundation)
Physics
  • James Bensinger, “ATLAS Upgrade Project for New Small Wheel Subsystem,” (Brookhaven National Laboratory/U.S. Dept. of Energy)
  • Zvonimir Dogic, “Emergence of Cytoplastic Dynamics Using Active Matter: A Biokleptic Approach,” (Georgetown University/John Templeton Foundation)
  • Jané Kondev, “Building a Proportional Cell: Physics of Biological Size Control,” (Simons Foundation)
  • Seth Fraden, “Control of Hyperplastic Chemomedical Materials,” (U.S. Department of Defense, Army Research Office)
  • Albion Lawrence, “Research in Quantum Field Theory, Cosmology, and String Theory,” (U.S. Department of Energy)
Psychology
  • Donald Katz, “Temporal Coding and Palatability in Gustatory Cortex,” (National Institutes of Health)

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