Bindley Bioscience Center

Bindley Wins Four 2009 Discovery Park Seed Grants

March 26, 2009

Bindley Bioscience Center researchers will participate in four of the eight 2009 Discovery Park Seed Grant awards.  Fifty-four proposals were submitted to this second annual competition to support interdisciplinary, one-year research projects with budgets up to $50,000.

 

Catherine Hill (PI), Entomology and Val Watts (Co-PI), Pharmacy

Partnering DP Center: Bindley Bioscience Center

Title: New Chemistries for Control of Arthropod Vectors

 

Daniel Szymanski (PI), Agronomy; Mark Hall (Co-PI), Biochemistry; Scott Jackson (Co-PI), Agronomy; Christopher Staiger (Co-PI), Biological Sciences; and Olga Vitek (Co-PI), Statistics

Partnering DP Center: Bindley Bioscience Center

Title: A Proteomic Roadmap to the Endogenous Protein Complexes of the Endoplasmic Reticulum in Key Plant Species

 

Jeff Ko (PI), Veterinary Clinical Sciences; Brenda Austin (Co-PI), Veterinary Clinical Sciences; and Thomas Talavage (Co-PI), Electrical & Computer Engineering/Biomedical Engineering

Partnering DP Center: Bindley Bioscience Center

Title: A New Method for Pain Assessment-functional MRI (fMRI) as a Tool to Assess Acute and Chronic Pain in Animals

 

Garth Simpson (PI), Chemistry; and Lynne Taylor (Co-PI), Industrial & Physical Pharmacy

Partnering DP Center: Bindley Bioscience Center

Title: Nucleation of Pharmaceutical Crystals Quantified by Second-order Nonlinear Optics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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