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Category: Grants

Grant Updates: March & April 2018

Nearly $3.9 million in grants awarded to faculty in Immunobiology and Laboratory & Genomic Medicine Carey-Ann Burnham, Ph.D., Associate Professor...

Bacteria’s appetite may be key to cleaning up antibiotic contamination

Gautam Dantas, PhD is senior author on a study showing antibiotics in the environment contribute to drug resistance.

Washington University School of Medicine

Grant updates: September and October 2017

Nearly $8 million in grants awarded to faculty in Immunobiology and Laboratory & Genomic Medicine. Congratulations to all! Gautam Dantas,...

Grant updates: July and August 2017

Multiple faculty and post-docs receive grants totaling nearly $8 million. Congratulations to all! Maxim Artyomov, PhD, Assistant Professor of Pathology...

Grant updates: May and June 2017

Virgin and Fremont receive $3.5 million for their work on norovirus. An additional $570K is awarded to Amarasinghe and Ellebedy...

Grant updates: March and April 2017

Virgin receives nearly $7 million of a total of $7.8 million in grants awarded to numerous faculty in Immunobiology and...

Grant updates: January and February 2017

Grants totaling nearly $10 million were awarded to faculty and trainees in Immunobiology, Laboratory & Genomic Medicine and Anatomic & Molecular Pathology. Congratulations...

Grant updates: November and December 2016

Nima Mosammaparast, Thaddeus Stappenbeck, Joshua Swamidass, Gene Oltz and Kathleen Sheehan among awardees in November and December with grants totaling nearly...

Colonna receives $500,000 grant from the Cure Alzheimer’s Fund

The two-year grant funds work to study the biological impact of TREM locus mutations in Alzheimer’s Disease. Marco Colonna, MD...

Oltz receives $419,375 grant from NIH/NIAID

Eugene Oltz, Ph.D. received a two-year $419,375 grant from the National Institutes of Health / National Institute of Allergy and Infectious...