CBC announces 2009 Fall Round Catalyst Awards
The Chicago Biomedical Consortium’s Catalyst Award program offers funding of up to $200,000 for one- or two-year collaborative research projects. Catalyst Awards aim to support creative new inter-institutional collaborations in basic biomedical research.
The following three research teams received the CBC Catalyst Award in 2009 Fall Round:
- Serdar Bulun, MD, (NU), Jonna Frasor, PhD, (UIC) and Yang Dai, PhD, (UIC) recieve a CBC Catalyst Award for project:
A Systems Biology Understanding of Estrogen Receptor Action.
- Alexander Minella, MD, (NU) Marsha Rosner, PhD, (UChicago) and Robert Rosner, PhD, (UChicago) recieve a CBC Catalyst Award for project:
Cell Cycle Regulatory Networks: An Integrative Approach.
- Lonnie Shea, PhD, (NU) and Deborah Tonetti, PhD, (UIC) recieve a CBC Catalyst Award for project:
A High throughput signaling pathway analysis during cellular organization into structures.