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Research Funding:

The Center for Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics is supported primarily through an exploratory grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health: National Institutes of General Medical Sciences.  CBSD is designated as a Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (CoBRE) by the NIH.  This award project period runs from September 1, 2011- July 31, 2016.  CoBRE grant support come in three sequential 5-year phases; CBSD is in phase 1, focusing on developing research infrastructure and providing junior investigators with formal mentoring and research project funding to help them acquire preliminary data and successfully compete for independent research grant support.

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Research Funding
Federal Identifier Grant Title PI Status
8P20GM103546-02 Center for Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics: Administrative Support Stephen R. Sprang


8P20GM103546-02 A role for germ granules in promoting mRNA silencing in germline stem cells. Ekaterina Voronina Active
8P20GM103546-02 Catalysis with Non-covalent Interactions. Orion Berryman Active
8P20GM103546-02 Structural studies of Arenaviral envelope glycoprotein. Klara Briknarova Active
8P20GM103546-02 Studies of the reaction mechanism in heme dioxygenases using oxygen isotope fractionation techniques. Valeriy Smirnov Active
8P20GM103546-02 Computational comparison of the mechanism of adenylyl cyclase in mammals and in pathogens. Xi Chu Active
8P20GM103546-02 Structural and functional analysis of genetic polymorphisms in the P-glycoprotein (ABCB1) drug transporter. Erica Woodahl Active
8P20GM103546-02 Macromolecular NMR Biospectroscopy Core Edward Rosenberg Active
8P20GM103546-02 Macromolecular X-Ray Diffraction Core Stephen R. Sprang Active
8P20GM103546-02 BioSpectroscopy Core Sandy Ross Active
8P20GM103546-02 Molecular Computational Core John Gerdes Active
1R01GM098457-01 Molecular Mechanisms of P-Glycoprotein (in conjunction with The University of Washington)

William A. AtkinsSandy Ross

NSF Award #1154013 EAGER: Specificity of Soluble Adenylyl Cyclase & Regulation by Bicarbonate & Nucleotides

Stephen R. Sprang  



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