Research Program Award (R35) Recipients

Research Program Award (R35) Recipients

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Photo of William Talbot, Ph.D. FY19 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Genetic and cellular analysis of glial development and function in vertebrates
Stanford University Stanford , CA
Research Program Award (R35) 2019
Photo of J. Paul Taylor, M.D., Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award recipient
J. Paul Taylor M.D., Ph.D.
Dynamic RNA-protein assemblies and neurological disease
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Memphis , TN
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
photo of Paul Tesar
Modulating glial fate and function in development and disease
Case Western Reserve University Cleveland , OH
Research Program Award (R35) 2020
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Molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis in Huntington’s disease
University of California Irvine , CA
Research Program Award (R35) 2020
Photo of Bruce Trapp, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Pathogenesis of neurological disability in primary diseases of myelin
Cleveland Clinic Lerner Research Institute Cleveland , OH
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
Photo of Stephen Traynelis, Ph.D. FY19 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Glutamate receptors and human neurological disease
Emory University Atlanta , GA
Research Program Award (R35) 2019
photo of Laurence Trussell
Regulation of axonal and synaptic signaling in interneurons
Oregon Health and Science University Portland , OR
Research Program Award (R35) 2020
Photo of Gina Turrigiano, Ph.D. FY19 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Mechanisms and function of firing rate homeostasis in cortical circuits
Brandeis University Waltham , MA
Research Program Award (R35) 2019
Photo of Charles Wilson, Ph.D. FY17 Research Program Award (R35) recipient
Oscillations and resonance in basal ganglia circuits
University of Texas San Antonio , TX
Research Program Award (R35) 2017
Photo of Clifford Woolf, Ph.D. 2018 Research Program Award (R35) Recipient
Unravelling mechanisms and novel therapeutic targets for peripheral neuropathy and neuropathic pain
Boston Children’s Hospital Boston , MA
Research Program Award (R35) 2018

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