QBI RFA

2019 QBI BOLD AND BASIC GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS RFA WINNERS

QBI, in collaboration with the Department of Psychiatry, and the Department of Radiology, launched a 900K RFA aimed to more effectively connect the basic and clinical research programs at UCSF through two funding mechanisms, BOLD & BASIC GRANTS and FELLOWSHIPS.

Meet our RFA winners!

The BOLD & BASIC Grant winners are:

Daniele Canzio, Geeta Narlikar, John Gross, Serena Sanulli: "Phase separation as a mechanism to provide stochasticity in the generation of neural circuits”

James Fraser, Oren Rosenberg, David Wilson, Michael Ohliger: “Chitin-targeted PET tracers for specific imaging off ungalpathogens”

Nawei Sun, Ruth Huttenhain: "Can we leverage newly discovered risk genes for Tourette disorder(TD) alongside spatially resolved, multiplexed imaging to identify molecular and cellular phenotypes for TD?"

Olga Tymofiyeva, Owen Wolkowitz, Synthia Mellon, Tony Yang: "Brain Connectome and Epigenetic Clock in Adolescent Depression"

Kliment Verba, Natalia Jura: “Using CryoEM to define molecular basis for cross-talk between ErbB4 kinase and NMDA receptor in schizophrenia”


The BOLD & BASIC Fellowship winners are:

Nicholas Dwork:  Quantitation and Imaging of Cardiac Metabolism

Jacob Pfau: Multiscale Deep Learning for Earlier Melanoma Diagnosis


Read the BOLD & BASIC RFA criteria

Read about the last cohort of BOLD & BASIC awardees

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