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New Awards from RFA-18-014: HIRN Consortium on Targeting and Regeneration (CTAR)

New HIRN Grants from RFA-18-014: HIRN Consortium on Targeting and Regeneration (CTAR)

CTAR

One-compound, one-islet: A high-throughput platform for small molecule discovery

 U01 DK123717

 Bridget Wagner*, PhD, Broad Institute, Investigator
 Amit Choudhary, PhD, Broad Institute, Investigator
 Rohit Kulkarni MD, PhD, Joslin Diabetes Center, Investigator
 
CTAR  Gene Therapy for Diabetes  U01 DK123608  Hiroyuki Nakai*, PhD, Oregon Health and Science University, Investigator
 Markus Grompe, PhD, Oregon Health and Science University, Investigator
 Mark Kay, MD, PhD, Stanford University, Investigator 
CTAR

 Partial Antagonists of IRE1 RNASE – ‘pairs’ – to treat T1D

 U01 DK123609

 Feroz Papa*, MD, PhD, Univ. California, San Francisco, Investigator
 Dustin Maly, PhD, University of Washington, Investigator

CTAR

 Therapeutic targeting of human islets with recombinant regulatory T cells

 U01 DK123743

 Seung Kim*, MD, PhD, Stanford University, Investigator
 Everett Meyer, MD, PhD, Stanford University, Investigator
 Alvin Powers, MD, Vanderbilt University, Investigator

 

* Denotes Contact PI