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National Institutes of Health / National Institute on Drug Abuse

Funded Project: Mechanisms of SynCAM-Induced Synapse Formation
Aim: The goals of this project are to define synaptogenic signaling pathways and SynCAM activity in vivo
Grant details: R01 DA018928 | Duration: Mar 01, 2017 – Nov 30, 2021

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Mead Johnson Nutrition

Funded Project: Nutritional Enhancements for Healthy Brain Ageing
Aim: This project identifies natural compounds that stabilize synapses to increase the ‘mindspan’, the period of time during which intact cognitive ability is maintained during ageing
Grant details: N/A | Duration: Aug 01, 2018 – Jul 31, 2019

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Mead Johnson Nutrition

Funded Project: Measurements of Nutrient Effects on Brain Maturation and Neuronal Connectivity
Aim: This study with Mead Johnson Nutrition uses in vivo electrophysiological recordings and molecular and imaging studies to analyze nutrient effects on cortex maturation in mice
Grant Details: NA | Duration: Apr 01, 2015 – Dec 31, 2018

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National Institutes of Health / National Institute on Drug Abuse

Funded Project: Identifying Synapse-Organizing Mechanisms through Proteomic Analyses of Mouse Models
Aim: This grant supports analyses of the synaptic proteome to delineate synapse development
Grant Details: P30 DA018343 | Duration: Jul 01, 2015 – Jun 30, 2020

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Brain Research Foundation Scientific Innovator Award

Funded Project: Mapping and Restoring Synaptic Connectivity in Brain Disorders
Aim: This project maps the synapses utilized during learning and aims to restore disorder-linked synaptic impairments
Grant Details: SIA-2016 | Duration: Jan 01, 2016 – Dec 31, 2017

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