NHLBI Proteomics Centers
Under its Proteomics Initiative, the NHLBI has granted continuing and also new support to seven institutions to build Proteomics Centers, bringing together heart, lung, blood, sleep, chemistry, physics, engineering, proteomics, bioinformatics, and statistics investigators. The Program supports the development of new tools and a knowledgebase to facilitate translation of innovative proteomic approaches to clinical utility.The goal of the NHLBI Proteomics Centers contract program is to promote the application of proteomic technologies to gain a greater understanding of physiologic pathways for defined clinical questions.
Boston University Cardiovascular Proteomics Center
670 Albany Street, 504
Boston, Massachusetts 02118
Catherine E. Costello, Ph.D.
Johns Hopkins University Proteomic Innovation Center in Heart Failure
The Johns Hopkins University – Bayview Campus
5200 Eastern Avenue
Mason F. Lord Building, Center Tower, Room 602
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
Jennifer E. Van Eyk, Ph.D.
Harvard-Broad Proteomics Center
Richard B. Simches Research Center
185 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02114
Robert A. Gerszten, M.D.
Stanford University Proteomics Center
Baxter Laboratory in Genetic Pharmacology
269 Campus Drive
Stanford School of Medicine
Stanford, CA 94305
Gary P. Nolan, Ph.D.
UT Health Science Center at San Antonio Cardiovascular Proteomics Center
Texas Research Park Campus
15355 Lambda Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78245-3207
Merry L. Lindsey, Ph.D.
University of Texas Medical Branch NHLBI Proteomics Center at Galveston
Biomolecular Resource Facility
301 University Boulevard
Galveston, Texas 77555-0635
Alexander Kurosky, Ph.D.
UCLA Proteomics Center – Global Proteomic Initiative of Cardiovascular Medicine
675 Charles E. Young Dr. South
MRL Building Suite 1609
University of California Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA, 90095
Peipei Ping, Ph.D.