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Functional Genomics and Molecular Pathways (FGMP) in SLE Grant - 2010 Grantees

In 2010, the ALR committed funding to 6 Functional Genomics and Molecular Pathways (FGMP) in SLE grants: 

Below is a list of 2010 Grantees:

Alarcon-Riquelme, Marta , MD, PhD
Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation
Dissecting a Novel Molecular Genetic B-Cell Pathway in Lupus

Clancy, Robert, PhD
New York University School of Medicine
ITGAM R77H: Genotype/Phenotype Relationships in Dendritic Cells

Ho , I-Cheng, MD, PhD
Brigham and Women's Hospital, Inc.
Protective roles of Ets1 in SLE

Perrino, Fred, PhD
Wake Forest University Health Sciences
TREX1 mutations in SLE

Silverman, Earl, MD
The Hospital for Sick Children
How Genes determine SLE Phenotype and Outcome

Yan, Jun,  MD, PhD
University of Louisville
Regulation of Autoreactive B Cells by Integrin ITGAM/CD11b

 2009 FGMP Grantees

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