Advancing the health and well-being of animals and people

Awards, September 2014


Richard Cerione
(New Award) NIH-National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS)
Characterization of Growth Factor-Coupled Signaling

Theodore Clark
(New Award) NIH-Office of the Director (OD)
A Resource Center for Tetrahymena Thermophila

Paula Cohen
(New Award) NIH-National Institute of Child Health & Human Development (NICHD)
Regulation of MutL-Gamma Function in Mediating Crossing Over in Mammalian Meiosis

Rodman Getchell
New York Sea Grant Institute Stony Brook
The Potential Impact of VHSV on the Population Dynamics of St. Lawrence River muskellunge

Laura Goodman
(New Award) Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
Adapting Molecular Food Safety Tests to Alternative Matrices

Michael Kotlikoff / John Schimenti
(New Award) - NIH-National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI)
Genetic Resource for Optical Signaling

Vicki Meyers-Wallen
(New Award)American Kennel Club / Canine Health Foundation (AKC / CHF)
Identification of an Ancient Mutation Associated with XX Disorder of Sexual Development (DSD), an Inherited Cause of Female Infertility and Sterlity in 28 Breeds

Andrew Miller
Trustees of Boston College
Moncyte/Macrophage Traffic and Peripheral Nerve Pathogenesis

David Russell
Michigan State Unviersity (NIH/NIAID)
The Role of Monocytes in the Pathology of Severe Malaria

Alexander Travis / Gerlinde Van de Walle / Roy Cohen
(New Award) SUNY Upstate Medical Center
Development of Hand-held Biosensors for Rapid Diagnosis and Study of Neural Disease and Neurotoxins

Gary Whittaker
(New Award) Morris Animal Foundation
FIPV Spike Mutations Affecting Monocyte/Macrophage Tropsim