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National Institutes of Health  

$217,143,701.00
Fiscal Year: 2010

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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Primate models of autism Bauman, Melissa Q2.S.A University of California, Davis
A sex-specific dissection of autism genetics Weiss, Lauren Q2.S.B University of California, San Francisco
Investigation of sex differences associated with autism candidate gene, CYFIP1 Werling, Donna Q2.S.B University of California, Los Angeles
The neural basis of sexually dimorphic brain function De Vries, Geert Q2.S.B University of Massachusetts Amherst
Steroid receptors and brain sex differences Auger, Anthony Q2.S.B University of Wisconsin - Madison
Proteomics in drosophila to identify autism candidate substrates of UBE3A Reiter, Lawrence Q2.S.D University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Augmentation of the cholinergic system in fragile X syndrome: A double-blind placebo study Reiss, Allan Q2.S.D Stanford University
The role of MeCP2 in Rett syndrome LaSalle, Janine Q2.S.D University of California, Davis
Regulation of 22q11 genes in embryonic and adult forebrain Lamantia, Anthony Q2.S.D University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Regulation of 22q11 genes in embryonic and adult forebrain Lamantia, Anthony Q2.S.D The George Washington University
Translation regulation in hippocampal LTP and LTD Klann, Eric Q2.S.D New York University
MicroRNAs in synaptic plasticity and behaviors relevant to autism Kelleher, Raymond Q2.S.D Massachusetts General Hospital
Study of fragile X mental retardation protein in synaptic function and plasticity Huber, Kimberly Q2.S.D University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Cell-based genomic analysis in mouse models of Rett syndrome Huang, Z. Josh Q2.S.D Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Fundamental mechanisms of GPR56 activation and regulation Hall, Randy Q2.S.D Emory University
Genotype-phenotype relationships in fragile X families Hagerman, Randi Q2.S.D University of California, Davis
Neuronal activity-dependent regulation of MeCP2 Greenberg, Michael Q2.S.D Harvard Medical School
Neuronal activity-dependent regulation of MeCP2 (supplement) Greenberg, Michael Q2.S.D Harvard Medical School
Cortical circuit changes and mechanisms in a mouse model of fragile X syndrome Gibson, Jay Q2.S.D University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
The microRNA pathway in translational regulation of neuronal development Gao, Fen-Biao Q2.S.D J. David Gladstone Institutes
The microRNA pathway in translational regulation of neuronal development Gao, Fen-Biao Q2.S.D University of Massachusetts Medical School
BDNF and the restoration of spine plasticity with autism spectrum disorders Gall, Christine Q2.S.D University of California, Irvine
Probing disrupted cortico-thalamic interactions in autism spectrum disorders Fagiolini, Michela; Chen, Chinfei Q2.S.D Children's Hospital Boston
Establishing zebrafish as a model for RAI1 gene dosage Elsea, Sarah; Lister, James Q2.S.D Virginia Commonwealth University
Activity-dependent phosphorylation of MeCP2 Ebert, Daniel Q2.S.D Harvard Medical School