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F30 - Individual Predoctoral NRSA for M.D./Ph.D. Fellowships (ADAMHA)

Project Number Description
5F30HD081865-04 NAKAMURA, AYUMI
UNIV OF NORTH CAROLINA CHAPEL HILL
IDENTIFICATION OF A NOVEL APOPTOTIC PATHWAY IN THE DEVELOPING MAMMALIAN EMBRYO

F31 - Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Award

Project Number Description
5F31HD090892-02 ORTABOZKOYUN KARA, HAVVA
NEW YORK UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
IDENTIFICATION OF FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE INSULATOR FUNCTION OF CTCF

P41 - Biotechnology Resource Grant Program

Project Number Description
5P41HD064556-08 ZORN, AARON M
CINCINNATI CHILDRENS HOSP MED CTR
XENBASE: THE XENOPUS MODEL ORGANISM DATABASE

R00 - Research Transition Award

Project Number Description
4R00HD088708-03 STREICHAN, SEBASTIAN J
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA
TISSUE FLOW GENETICS: USING CARTOGRAPHY TO REVEAL FORCES DRIVING MORPHOGENESIS
5R00HD082280-04 BRESLOW, DAVID KING
YALE UNIVERSITY
CILIARY CONTROL OF GLI PROTEIN ACTIVITY IN HEDGEHOG PATHWAY SIGNALING

R01 - Research Project

Project Number Description
1R01HD091280-01A1 HALPERN, MARNIE E
CARNEGIE INSTITUTION OF WASHINGTON, D.C.
CONNECTIVITY AND FUNCTION OF THE ASYMMETRIC HABENULO-INTERPEDUNCULAR PATHWAY
5R01HD036404-19 BEIER, DAVID R.
SEATTLE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
MUTAGENESIS AND MURINE EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT
5R01HD085905-03 SCHIER, ALEXANDER F
HARVARD UNIVERSITY
EMBRYONIC GENE REGULATORY NETWORKS FROM SPATIALLY RESOLVED TRANSCRIPTOMES
5R01HD086609-02 SCHIMENTI, JOHN C
CORNELL UNIVERSITY
GENDER BIAS IN MAMMALIAN DNA REPLICATION DURING DEVELOPMENT
5R01HD089918-02 REITER, JEREMY F
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN FRANCISCO
UNDERSTANDING CILIARY FUNCTIONS IN MAMMALIAN DEVELOPMENT
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Contact Information

Name: Dr Arthur Tyl Hewitt
Branch Chief
Developmental Biology and Structural Variation Branch
Phone: 301-496-5541
Fax: 301-480-0303
Email: hewittt@mail.nih.gov

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