The Next Generation Sequencing Mini-Symposium held on Thursday, November 29, 2012 was...
GSI Seed Grant Awards 2010
Second Annual Genome Science Institute Seed Grant Award Recipients
The BUMC Genome Science Institute (GSI), established in 2008, fosters collaboration and serves as a resource for Boston University investigators engaged in genetics and genomics research and education. The GSI is pleased to announce the recipients of the second annual GSI Seed Grant Award.
Of ten applications, the following recipients were selected following peer review of the proposals.
1. “Epigenomic regulation of maturation of the phenotype of basal forebrain cholinergic neurons“
James E. Galagan, PhD
2. “Role of microRNA in epigenetic imprinting by testosterone”
Hyeran Jang, PhD
Ravi Jasuja, PhD
Avrum Spira, MD, MSc
3. “Possible functional diversification of the CP2 and p53 protein
families from a common ancestor early in animal evolution—
Evidence from the basal animal model, Nematostella vectensis”
Sajal Ghosh, PhD
Remco A. Spanjaard, PhD
GSI Seed grants are intended to support:
The expansion of research at Boston University by supporting new collaborations between groups with diverse expertise to address an important scientific question in genetics and genomics research.
Development of new and emerging areas of genetics and genomics research.
The GSI Seed Grant Committee and GSI Directors thank the applicants and reviewers who participated in this process and look forward to continued growth in genetics and genomics research at Boston University.
Please contact the GSI at email@example.com with questions or with your ideas on how the GSI can better facilitate or develop genetics and genomics research at BU.