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Bench-to-Bedside Program

Current Program Awards

2017 Bench-to-Bedside Funded Projects

Projects Funded by Bench-to-Bedside Program Funds

Project Institute or Institution Investigators
Investigations of Juvenile Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (CLN3) NICHD: Porter, Forbes
Washington University in St. Louis: Ory, Daniel; Jiang, Xuntian
Massachusetts General Hospital: Swoboda, Kathy; Eichler, Florian; Cotman, Susan
Albert Einstein College of Medicine: Walkley, Steven
Novel Bacteriophage T4 Nanoparticle for Targeted Gene Therapy NCI: Maldarelli, Frank; Kearney, Mary
Catholic University of America: Rao, Venigalia
Safety and Pharmacokinetics of Rycal® Treatment in RYR1-Related Myopathies NINR: Meilleur, Katherine; Todd, Joshua; Witherspoon, Jessica
Columbia University Medical Center: Marks, Andrew; Reiken, Steven
AngleNav: Micro-electromechanical Tracker for CT-Guided Interventions CC: Wood, Bradford; Xu, Sheng; Levy, Elliot; Krishnasamy, Venkatesh
NCI: Chen, Alice; Pinto, Peter; Choyke, Peter; Turkbey, Baris;
University of Georgia: Tse, Zion
Urine Single Cell Transcriptomics NIDDK: Kopp, Jeffrey
NCI: Winkler, Cheryl Ann; Cam, Maggie
University of Pennsylvania: Susztak, Katalin
Children's National Medical Center: Ray, Patricio
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center: Gorman, Gregory; Lechner, Brent
Effect of Viral Replication on CVD in HIV and HCV Infected Patients CC: Masur, Henry; Malayeri, Ashkan; Ahlman, Mark
University of Maryland: Kottilil, Shyam; Rosenthal, Elana; Poonia, Bhawna; Kattakuzhy, Sarah; Mathur, Poonam
University of Edinburgh: Shah, Anoop
Autoimmunity and Lymphomagenesis due to Germline PI3K Pathway Defects NIAID: Uzel, Gulbu; Notarangelo, Luigi
Garvan Institute of Medical Health: Tangye, Stuart Graham

RARE DISEASE CATEGORY: Projects Funded by Office of Rare Diseases Research (ORDR), NCATS and supplemented by Bench-to-Bedside Program Funds

Project Institute or Institution Investigators
Targeted CRISPR mediated Hematopoietic stem cell gene therapy for X-SCID NIAID: DeRavin, Suk See; Malech, Harry
NCI: Wu, Xiaolin
Stanford University School of Medicine: Porteus, Matthew; Pavel-Dinu, Mara
Delivering Gene Therapies to Cure Sickle Cell Disease NHLBI: Tisdale, John; Dunbar, Cynthia
Massachusetts General Hospital: Scadden, David; Cooke, Michael

BEHAVIORAL & SOCIAL SCIENCES CATEGORY: Project funded by Office of Behavioral & Social Sciences Research (OBSSR)

Project Institute or Institution Investigators
Irritability and Aggression in Clinically Impaired Youth and Rhesus Monkeys NIMH: Brotman, Melissa; Leibenluft, Ellen
University of Wisconsin: Kalin, Ned

DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS: Project Funded by the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) 

Project Institute or Institution Investigators
Role of Ferroportin Q248H Mutations in Diseases of African Americans NICHD: Rouault, Tracey
University of Illinois, Chicago: Gordeuk, Victor

MINORITY HEALTH CATEGORY: Project funded by National Institute on Minority Health & Health Disparities (NIMHHD)

Project Institute or Institution Investigators
Biomarker Identification for Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Using Metabolomics NIEHS: Jackson, Chandra; Sandler, Dale P.
Harvard T. Chan School of Public Health: Hu, Frank B.
Broad Institute, Inc.: Clish, Clary
University Medical Centre Utrecht: Vermeulen, Dr. Roel
Children's Hospital Boston: Rifai, Nader

WOMEN'S HEALTH CATEGORY: Project funded by Office of Research on Women's Health (ORWH)

Project Institute or Institution Investigators
Immunregulation of Chronic Hepatitis B Virus Infection in Pregnancy NIDDK: Rehermann, Barbara
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center: Lau, Daryl

Previous Awards Funded

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