Scripps Research Institute

Total Awards: 
23
Award Value: 
$50,638,086
Institution type: 
Not for profit
Short Name: 
Scripps

Awards to the Institution

Program Investigator Award Title Award Value
Training Grant I-2 Peter Schultz Training Grant I $1,021,395
Transplantation Immunology Nicholas Gascoigne Role of Innate Immunity in hematopoeitic stem cell-mediated allograft tolerance $1,705,554
Quest - Discovery Stage Research Projects Jeanne Loring Autologous cell therapy for Parkinson’s disease using iPSC-derived DA neurons $2,299,786
SEED Grant Peter Schultz A Chemical Approach to Stem Cell Biology $748,944
Early Translational III Peter Schultz Targeting Stem Cells to Enhance Remyelination in the Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis $2,559,333
Transplantation Immunology Jeanne Loring Thymus based tolerance to stem cell therapies $1,108,921
Conference Jeanne Loring World Stem Cell Summit $30,000
Early Translational I Jeanne Loring Ensuring the safety of cell therapy: a quality control pipeline for cell purification and validation $5,830,771
Creativity Awards James Williamson Stem Cell Summer Academy: Creating the Next Generation of Scientists $205,122
New Faculty I Kristin Baldwin Generating pluripotent cell lines from neurons. $2,786,560
Early Translational I Martin Friedlander Autologous Retinal Pigmented Epithelial Cells Derived from Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells for the Treatment of Atrophic Age Related Macular Degeneration $5,806,321
New Cell Lines Sheng Ding Derivation of New ICM-stage hESCs $936,973
Basic Biology III Joel Gottesfeld Triplet Repeat Instability in Human iPSCs $1,705,494
Quest - Discovery Stage Research Projects Stuart Lipton Drug Development for Autism Spectrum Disorder Using Human Patient iPSCs $1,827,576
Shared Labs Jeanne Loring TSRI Center for hESC Research $3,725,070
Shared Labs Jeanne Loring Collaborative Laboratory for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute $1,361,825
Basic Biology III Kristin Baldwin Identifying sources of mutation in human induced pluripotent stem cells by whole genome sequencing $1,705,500
Tools and Technologies I Carlos Barbas Development of a novel technology for precise, efficient, and safe genetic modification of stem cells $1,138,548
New Faculty I Sheng Ding Reprogramming of human somatic cells back to pluripotent embryonic stem cells $1,393,876
Research Training II Ulrich Mueller Training Stem Cell Researchers at the Chemistry-Biology Interface $3,697,326
Tools and Technologies I Jeanne Loring The Stem Cell Matrix: a map of the molecular pathways that define pluripotent cells $1,133,552
Tools and Technologies III Jeanne Loring User-friendly predictive molecular diagnostic assays for quality control of stem cell derivatives for transplantation and drug discovery $1,784,052
Early Translational II Peter Schultz Cartilage Regeneration by the Chondrogenic Small Molecule PRO1 during Osteoarthritis $6,047,249
New Faculty I Kristin Baldwin Generating pluripotent cell lines from neurons. $2,786,560
Total:
$53,346,308.00
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