Supporting health through research and education.

(3 years @ $55,000/year - $20,000 Grant-in-Aid during the 1st year)*

  • Photo of Dr. S. MishraDr. Pingzhao Hu
  • No photo availableDr. Meaghan Jones

2020 – 2023

This award was split between the following candidates:

“Artificial Intelligence and Genomics-Driven Precision Oncology for Breast Cancer.” – Dr. Pingzhao Hu

“Breaking the Link Between Early Life Environment Exposures and Health.” – Dr. Meaghan Jones

  • PhotoDr. Vernon Dolinsky

2016 – 2020

“The Role of Gestational Diabetes and SIRT3 in the Developmental Origins of Cardiometabolic Disease”

  • PhotoDr. P. Chelikani

2013 – 2016

"Molecular Insights into the Activation Mechanism(s) of Prostanoid Receptors"

  • Photo of Dr. S. MishraDr. S. Mishra
  • No photo availableDr. J. He

2009 – 2012

This award was split between the following candidates:

"Role of Tyrosine Phosphorylation in the Crosstalk Between
O-GlcNAc Modification and Serine/Threonine Phosphorylation in Insulin Signaling" – Dr. S. Mishra

"Neuroprotective Mechanisms of Atypical Antipsychotics in the Treatment of Alzheimer Phenotype in a Transgenic Mouse Model" – Dr. J. He

  • Photo of Dr. S. KungDr. S. Kung
  • Photo of Dr. X. YaoDr. X. Yao

2006 – 2009

This award was split between the following candidates:

"Defining Tolerogenic Antigen Presenting Cells" – Dr. S. Kung

"Investigation of Molecular Mechanisms Underlying the Action of HIV-1 Integrase During Viral Nuclear Import and Replication" – Dr. X. Yao

  • Photo of Dr. Y. MyalDr. Y. Myal

2003 – 2006

"Novel Biomarkers for Breast Development and Breast Cancer"

  • Photo of Dr. S. MaiDr. S. Mai

2000 – 2003

"c-Myc in Genomic Instability and Cancer"

  • Photo of Dr. D. Gietz Dr. D. Gietz

1997 – 2000

"The Identification and Characterization of Protein Interactions in the Insulin Signaling Pathway"

  • Photo of Dr. P. CattiniDr. P. Cattini

1993 – 1996

"Regulation of the Human Growth Hormone Gene Family: A Transgenic Mouse Model for Regeneration of Heart Muscle"

(Dr. Cattini was awarded the Medical Research Council Scientist Award and had to give up the award in March 1995)

  • Photo of Dr. G. Pierce Dr. G. Pierce

1991 – 1994

"Lippoprotein Effects on Ca2+ Transport Muscle"

(Dr. Pierce was awarded the Medical Research Council Scientist Award and had to give up the award in June 1992)