Collaborative Research Program
Through the solicitation and participation in collaborative research projects, the CESCG provides stem cell scientists throughout the state of California with access to cutting-edge genomics and bioinformatics technologies, and expertise and assistance in experimental design and data analysis.
Funded Collaborative Research Projects (CRPs)
|Institution||Principle Investigator||Awarding Institute||Disease Area||Project Title||CRP Type|
|UCLA||Gay Crooks||Salk Institute||Blood||Transcriptome barriers to generating hematopoietic stem cells from pluripotent stem cells||Comprehensive|
|UCLA||Daniel Geschwind||Stanford University||Autism||Transcriptional Networks in Autism Spectrum Disorder||Comprehensive|
|UCSF||Arnold Kriegstein||Stanford University||Translational||A Single Cell Resource of Human Neural Gene Expression for Improving Cell Replacement Therapies and Disease Models||Comprehensive|
|Gladstone Institutes||Benoit Bruneau||Salk Institute||Heart||Epigenomics of Human Cardiac Differentiation and Congenital Heart Disease||Comprehensive|
|UCLA||Guoping Fan||Salk Institute||Development||Genomic analysis of stem cell differentiation in human overgrowth syndrome||
|UCSD||Kelly Frazer||Salk Institute||Heart||Functional genomics of drug-induced electrophysiological phenotypes in human cardiomyocytes: a population study||Regular|
|UCSC||Jeremy Sanford||Stanford University||Basic Neural||Comparative Genomic Analysis of Alternative Splicing and Translational Control in Neurodifferentiation||Regular|
For more information about current CESCG funded Collaborative Rearch Projects or to view requests for CRPs, click here.