Research Program Award (R35) Recipients

Research Program Award (R35) Recipients

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Photo of James Lupski, M.D., Ph.D. 2018 Research Program Award (R35) Recipient
James Lupski M.D., Ph.D.
Structural Variation in Neurological Disease
Baylor College of Medicine Houston , TX
Research Program Award (R35) 2018
Photo of Eve Marder, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award recipient
Neuromodulation and robustness of neurons and networks
Brandeis University Waltham , MA
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
Photo of David McCormick, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award recipient
Cortical dynamics and neural/behavioral performance
Yale University New Haven , CT
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
Photo of Ingo Mellinghoff, M.D. 2018 Research Program Award (R35) Recipient
Molecular Mechanisms of Drug Resistance in Primary Brain Tumors
Sloan Kettering Institute for Cancer Research Manhattan , NY
Research Program Award (R35) 2018
Photo of Guo-Li Ming, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award recipient
Functional roles of genetic risk factors for brain disorders in neurogenesis and neurodevelopment
Johns Hopkins University Baltimore , MD
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
Photo of Mala Murthy, Ph.D. FY19 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Uncovering the Neural Mechanisms that Flexibly Link Sensory Processing to Behavior
Princeton University Princeton , NJ
Research Program Award (R35) 2019
Photo of Hideho Okada, M.D., Ph.D. 2018 Research Program Award (R35) Recipient
Hideho Okada M.D., Ph.D.
Preclinical development of breakthrough immunotherapy for brain tumors
University of California San Francisco , CA
Research Program Award (R35) 2018
Photo of Ardem Patapoutian FY18 Research Award Winner
Mechanisms of force sensing in the nervous system
Scripps Research Institute
Research Program Award (R35) 2018
Photo of Leonard Petrucelli, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award recipient
Expanding insights into FTD disease mechanisms
Mayo Clinic Jacksonville , FL
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
Photo of Phillip Popovich, Ph.D. FY19 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Overcoming neurogenic “meta-inflammation” to promote recovery after spinal cord injury
Ohio State University Columbus , OH
Research Program Award (R35) 2019

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