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Grant Status Currently Funded
Division Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences
Program Epidemiology and Genomics Research Program (EGRP)
Branch Office of Associate Director
PI Name Organization Name Project Title
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Cai, Long California Institute of Technology In Situ Transcriptome Profiling in Single Cells 4UH3CA255134-03 RM17-025 400000 2020
Fan, Rong Yale University High-Spatial-Resolution Ecm-Inclusive Multi-Omics Sequencing of Human Pfa and Ffpe Tissue Slides 1UG3CA257393-01 RM20-001 400000 2020
Harbury, Pehr A Stanford University Next-Generation Genomic Imaging Technology 4UH3CA255135-03 RM17-025 394748 2020
Laskin, Julia Purdue University Novel Platform for Quantitative Subcellular Resolution Imaging of Human Tissues Using Mass Spectrometry 4UH3CA255132-03 RM17-025 630000 2020
Pasa-Tolic, Ljiljana Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories Spatially Resolved Characterization of Proteoforms for Functional Proteomics 1UG3CA256959-01 RM20-001 300000 2020
Shi, Tujin Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories A Streamlined Platform for Phosphoproteome Mapping of Human Tissues 1UG3CA256967-01 RM20-001 400000 2020
Stockwell, Brent R Columbia Univ New York Morningside Multimodal Mass Spectrometry Imaging of Mouse and Human Liver 1UG3CA256962-01 RM20-001 300000 2020
Yin, Peng Harvard University High-Throughput, Highly Multiplexed in Situ Proteomic Imaging of Human Tissues 4UH3CA255133-03 RM17-025 570000 2020
Zhong, Sheng University of California, San Diego Spatial in Situ Mapping of Rna-Chromatin Interactions at Transcriptome-and-Genome Scale in Human Tissues 1UG3CA256960-01 RM20-001 400000 2020