Grant Awards

 

GrantAwards


Lankenau Institute researchers compete for grants nationally and locally from federal and state funding agencies such as the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as well as through private and family foundations. The grants listed below represent some of the funding that has been awarded to our investigators.

Funding Agency

Project

Principal Investigator

Project Period

Grant Award

NIH

IDO Inhibitors for Combinatorial Cancer Therapy 

G. Prendergast

08/11 - 05/16

$1,278,315

 

World Health Organization

 

The Human Neutralizing Antibody Response to Poliovirus

S. Dessain 09/14-08/16 $250,000
NIH

 

Human Monoclonal Antibodies that Bind Botulinum Toxins

S. Dessain 02/11 - 01/16 $1,871,789
NIH

 

Mammalian Regeneration, High Fat Diets and Breast Cancer: A Common Link?

 

E. Heber-Katz

    

10/14-06/17 $1,010,080
NIH 

Regenerative Wound Healing via  Inflammation-Modulating Biomaterials

E. Heber-Katz

 

01/15-04/16

    

 

$645,802

    

 

Lawrence C. Fuller Jr. Memorial Diabetic Fund 

 

The Role of RhoB in Type I Diabetes Mellitus

 

L. Kleintop

01/08-12/15

 

 $122,301

 

The Louise A. Havens Fdn. For Diabetes Rsch and Treatment

 

The Role of RhoB in Type I Diabetes Mellitus

L. Kleintop

01/15-12/15

$31,000 

 

The R&R Mellinger
Medical Rsch Memorial Fund and
the Alice Livingston Trout

 

Targeted Biologics for the Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus

L. Kleintop

03/15-02/16

$11,753

 

PA Dept. of Health

 

Investigating the Role of IDO1 in Neovascularization using a Mouse Model of Oxygen-Induced Retinopathy

A. Muller

01/15-12/15

 

$80,638

 

NIH

 

OPPC Targeting to Improve       Pancreatic Cancer Treatment

 G. Prendergast

07/12-06/15

$160,050

 

The Martha Rogers Charitable Trust

 

 TIMP-4 in Breast Cancer            Prognosis and Treatment

 G. Prendergast

12/14-11/15

$11,000

 





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