Research

 

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Grants

NIH Director's New Innovator Award 2010

Shrink Nanotechnologies: $1.1M, Current

CIRM: Building Cardiac Tissue from Stem Cells and Natural Matrices:co-PI (PI: Kara McCloskey): $1,706,255, Current

CIRM Major Facility Grant: UC Merced Stem Cell Foundry, $4.36M, May 2008.

CIRM SEED grant, PI: Micro Platform for Controlled Embryonic Stem Cell Differentiation, $363, 700, April 1, 2007-2009.

National Science Foundation, co-PI (with Jennifer Lu and Valerie J. Leppert): "Bridging Education and Research: Practical Applications of Nanotechnology," $199,926, Jan 1,2008-Dec 31, 2009.

National Institute of Health, NIGMS, PI: High Throughput Intracellular Drug Screening Platform, SBIR Phase 1. $101,000 (completed).

National Institute of Health, NIGMS, PI: High Throughput Intracellular Drug Screening Platform, SBIR Phase 2. $1.2M (left the company).

UCM Faculty Research, Travel, and Shared Equipment Grant Award, co-PI (with Matt Meyer and Jennifer Manilay) $9190, May 11, 2007.

 

 

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