1999 Cohort

$365,397 to the New York University Medical Center for Identification of Retinoid Regulated Genes Involved in Growth Inhibition of Breast Cancer Cell Lines

$365,400 to Mount Sinai School of Medicine for Signaling Pathways as Targets for Transplant Arteriopathy

$365,400 to the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas for Analysis of B Cell Subpopulations in Pediatric SLE Patients and Other Autoimmune Disorders

$315,506 to the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center for The Mitochondrial Ornithine Transporter: A Model to Understand How the Mitochondrial Carrier Family of Proteins Work

$365,187 to Baylor College of Medicine for Racial Variation in the Epidemiology and Outcomes of Peripheral Arterial Disease

$365,400 to the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill for Overcoming Barriers to African-American Participation in Research

$365,400 to the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill School of Medicine for Firearm Safety Counseling and Safe Storage: Strategies to Reduce Firearm Injuries Among Youth

$365,200 to The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine for Development of an Expert Algorithm for Inpatient Diabetes Management

$365,400 to the Mayo Foundation for Hepatitis B Virus Integration into Chromosomal Fragile Sites in Liver Carcinogenesis

$365,400 to the Yale University School of Medicine for Assessment of the Efficacy of Vaccines as Used in Clinical Practice

$365,400 to The General Hospital Corporation – Massachusetts General Hospital for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Amygdala in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

$365,400 to the University of Alabama at Birmingham for Oxidant Stress and Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury in Renal Transplantation