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Functional Genomics and Molecular Pathways (FGMP) in SLE Grant - 2009 Grantees

In 2009, the ALR committed funding to 5 Functional Genomics and Molecular Pathways (FGMP) in SLE grants: 

Below is a list of 2009 Grantees:

Jane Buckner, MD
Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason
The impact of genetic variants on BCR signal transduction in SLE

Betty Diamond, MD
Feinstein Institute for Medical Research
Functional Basis of Lupus Susceptibility: Tyrosine Kinases Blk and Csk

Avril Ma, MD
University of California, San Francisco
Function of TNFAIP3/A20 Genetic Variants in SLE

Erik Peterson,MD
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Modeling the PTPn22 Systemic Lupus Susceptibility Allele

Sumit Chanda, MD
Burnham Institute for Medical Research
Systems-based Analysis of IRF-5 Activation


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