Research Program Award (R35) Recipients

Research Program Award (R35) Recipients

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Photo of Yuh-Nung Jan, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Dendrite morphogenesis, function and regeneration
University of California San Francisco , CA
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
Photo of Peng Jin, Ph.D. FY19 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Peng Jin Ph.D.
Dynamic DNA Modifications in Brain and Diseases
Emory University Atlanta , GA
Research Program Award (R35) 2019
Photo David Julius, Ph.D. 2018 Research Program Award (R35) Recipient
Natural products as probes of the pain pathway
University of California San Francisco , CA
Research Program Award (R35) 2018
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Matthew Kennedy M.D., Ph.D.
Novel approaches for interrogating and manipulation synaptic function, structure, and plasticity
University of Colorado Denver , CO
Research Program Award (R35) 2020
Photo of Baljit Khakh, Ph.D. FY19 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Fundamental astrocyte biology in intact neural circuits
University of California Los Angeles , CA
Research Program Award (R35) 2019
Photo of David Kleinfeld, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Resilient versus fragile aspects of blood flow in the mammalian brain
University of California San Diego , CA
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
Photo of Vitaly Klyachko, Ph.D. FY19 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Mechanisms of Synaptic Transmission in Healthy and Disease States
Washington University Seattle , WA
Research Program Award (R35) 2019
Photo of Arnold Kriegstein, M.D., Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Arnold Kriegstein M.D., Ph.D.
Development and expansion of the human cerebral cortex
University of California San Francisco , CA
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
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Defining mechanisms of disease and repair in a viral model of multiple sclerosis
University of Utah Salt Lake City , UT
Research Program Award (R35) 2020
Photo of Seok-Yong Lee, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award recipient
Structure, function, and pharmacology of neuronal membrane transport proteins
Duke University Durham , NC
Research Program Award (R35) 2017

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