The Salk Institute for Biological Studies

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Awards to the Institution

Shared Labs: Inder Verma Shared viral vector facility for genetic manipulation of human ES cell $3,360,355
Research Training II: Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte Training in the Biology of Human Embryonic Stem Cells and Emerging Technologies II $3,062,677
New Cell Lines: Fred Gage Development of Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells for Modeling Human Disease $1,737,720
Early Translational III: David Schubert Stem cell based small molecule therapy for Alzheimer's disease $1,673,757
Basic Biology II: Ronald Evans Molecular Characterization and Functional Exploration of Nuclear Receptors in hiPSCs $1,712,880
Early Translational I: Inder Verma Curing Hematological Diseases $6,649,347
Early Translational II: Fred Gage Crosstalk: Inflammation in Parkinson’s disease (PD) in a humanized in vitro model $2,472,839
Comprehensive Grant: Fred Gage Molecular and Cellular Transitions from ES Cells to Mature Functioning Human Neurons $2,879,210
New Faculty I: Lei Wang Genetic Encoding Novel Amino Acids in Embryonic Stem Cells for Molecular Understanding of Differentiation to Dopamine Neurons $2,626,937
Training Grant I-3: Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte Training in the Biology of Human Enbryonic Stem Cells and Emerging Technologies $1,496,880
Early Translational III: Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte Direct reprogramming towards vascular progenitors for the treatment of ischemia $2,340,000
Early Translational IV: Inder Verma Development of a cell and gene based therapy for hemophilia $2,322,440
Basic Biology V: Ronald Evans Metabolically-driven epigenetic changes in iPSC reprogramming $1,491,900
Disease Team Planning: Samuel Pfaff Motor neuron diseases: Finding cures through basic, translational, and clinical collaboration $54,798
SEED Grant: Beverly Emerson Regulation of Specific Chromosomal Boundary Elements by CTCF Protein Complexes in Human Embryonic Stem Cells $678,788
SEED Grant: Samuel Pfaff Gene regulatory mechanisms that control spinal neuron differentiation from hES cells. $807,749
SEED Grant: Senyon Choe A method to maintain and propagate pluripotent human ES cells $796,348
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