March 2017 Selected Grants

Below is a brief snapshot of some of the research grants awarded to Boston University faculty in March 2017. View previous selected monthly grants, or, view a full summary of this month’s awards. For detailed information on research funding, visit Sponsored Research reporting on the Research Support site.


The Molecular Basis For Skeletal Patterning

Total Anticipated

$700,000.00

Principal Investigator

Cynthia Bradham, College Of Arts & Sciences

Sponsor

National Science Foundation


Perceptual Adaptive Representation Learning In The Wild

Total Anticipated

$173,754.00

Principal Investigator

Kate Saenko, College Of Arts & Sciences

Sponsor

National Science Foundation


Chiral Pattern Formation And The Benefits Of Chirality

Total Anticipated

$100,000.00

Principal Investigator

Kirill Korolev, College Of Arts & Sciences

Sponsor

Cottrell Research Corporation


To Assess Opportunities For Integrated Urban Water Management In Texas: Developing Future Solutions For The Lone Star State

Total Anticipated

$126,546.00

Principal Investigator

Jacqueline Ashmore, Academic Institutes & Centers

Sponsor

Cynthia And George Mitchell Foundation


Functional Characterization Of The Telomere Repeat Containing RNA, Terra, In Telomere Maintenance

Total Anticipated

$1,885,664.00

Principal Investigator

Rachel Flynn, School Of Medicine

Sponsor

NIH/National Cancer Institute


Preclinical Assessment Of Dimethyl Fumarate (Tecfidera) As A Novel Therapeutic For SSc-PAH

Total Anticipated

$500,000.00

Principal Investigator

Maria Trojanowska, School Of Medicine

Sponsor

Scleroderma Foundation


Personalized Drug Predictions For CF Using iPSC-Derived Bronchospheres

Total Anticipated

$108,000.00

Principal Investigator

Finn Hawkins, School Of Medicine

Sponsor

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation


Liver-Derived Protection During Pneumonia And Sepsis

Total Anticipated

$1,269,137.00

Principal Investigator

Lee Quinton, School Of Medicine

Sponsor

NIH/National Institute Of General Medica


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