Medical Research Roundup (Print Only)

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Medical Research Roundup (Print Only)


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Following is a list of some of the medical research grants awarded to scientists in the area.

ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY

SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Scientists * Thomas Burris, chair of pharmacology and physiology, and John K. Walker, assistant professor of pharmacology and physiology

Grant * $3 million, National Institutes of Health

Study * To investigate how receptor-related orphan receptors could lead to treatments for autism and depression.

Scientist * John E. Tavis, professor of molecular microbiology and immunology

Grant * $151,500 from National Institutes of Health

Study * Looks at a specific protein and how it might slow or stop Hepatitis B virus replication.

WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

Scientist * Dr. Samuel Klein, professor of medicine and professor of cell biology and physiology

Grant * $5.7 million, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases

Project * Supporting a Nutrition Obesity Research Center at Washington University, one of 12 such centers in the country funded by the NIH.

Scientist * Dr. Avraham Beigelman, associate professor of pediatrics

Grant * $3.6 million, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute

Project * This study will investigate whether treatment with the antibiotic azithromycin would prevent asthma in cases arising from respiratory syncytial virus bronchiolitis.

Scientist * Lilianna Solnica-Krezel, professor of developmental biology, head of the department of developmental biology and the professor of developmental biology

Grant * $3.2 million, National Institutes of General Medical Sciences

Project * This study investigates how cell division, intercellular communication and cell movement are coordinated to ensure normal development.

Scientist * Christopher Lingle, professor of anesthesiology and of neuroscience

Grant * $3. …

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