Recently Awarded

CIHR Project Grants - October 2016 Results

  • Girardin, Stephen E - Control of inflammation by a novel cytosolic Unfolded Protein Response (UPR) pathway
    $902,700 / 5 yrs; University of Toronto Campus
  • Lee, Jeffrey E - Characterizing the mechanism of sperm-egg membrane fusion mediated by Izumo1, Juno, and CD9
    $1,055,700 / 5 yrs; University of Toronto Campus
  • McLaurin, Joanne - Contribution of Mid-life Comorbidities to Alzheimer's Disease
    $1,002,150 / 5 yrs; Sunnybrook Research Institute
  • Robbins, Clinton S - Determining the Role of Macrophage Heterogeneity in Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Formation
    $833,850 / 5 yrs; University Health Network
  • Yang, Burton B - The role of circ-Dnmt1 in cardiac remodeling and senescence
    $695,770 / 5 yrs; Sunnybrook Research Institute

Cross-Appointed Faculty

  • Bremner, Rod - Opposite roles of MYCN and YAP in cancer initiation
    $726,750 / 5 yrs; Sinai Health System
  • Kapoor, Mohit - ULK1 (most upstream autophagy inducer) as a potential therapeutic target in Osteoarthritis
    $393,976 / 4 yrs; University Health Network
  • Licht, Christoph - NETs in complement-mediated TMA
    $650,252 / 4 yrs; Hospital for Sick Children
  • McCulloch, Christopher - Control of matrix remodeling through an actin binding protein
    $707,625 / 5 yrs; University of Toronto Campus
  • Ostrowski, Mario A - The metabolic basis of T cell exhaustion in HIV infection: discovery of novel treatment targets
    $673,200 / 5 yrs; University of Toronto Campus
  • Rutka, James T - Molecular Therapeutic Targeting of Malignant Gliomas
    $914,175 / 5 yrs; Hospital for Sick Children
  • Vasconcelos, Sara N - Accelerating vascularization and blood perfusion for cell transplantation and myocardial regeneration
    $753,525 / 5 yrs; University Health Network
  • Yuen, Darren A - Sweet and Stiff: How diabetes activates YAP and TAZ to trigger kidney fibrosis
    $895,050 / 5 yrs; St. Michael's Hospital