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National Institutes of Health  

$217,143,701.00
Fiscal Year: 2010

Download 2010 National Institutes of Health projects (EXCEL)
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Project Title Principal Investigator Strategic Plan Objective Institution
Social and affective components of communication Bellugi, Ursula Q2.Other Salk Institute For Biological Studies
Linking local activity and functional connectivity in autism Mueller, Ralph-Axel Q2.Other San Diego State University
Treatment as usual and peer engagement in teens with high functioning autism Orlich, Felice Q6.L.C Seattle Children's Hospital
The genetic basis of mid-hindbrain malformations Dobyns, William Q2.S.G Seattle Children's Hospital
2/4-RUPP autism network: Guanfacine for the treatment of hyperactivity in PDD King, Bryan Q4.L.C Seattle Children's Hospital
Physiology of attention and regulation in children with ASD and LD Webb, Sara Q2.Other Seattle Children's Hospital
Randomized controlled trial of the P.L.A.Y. Project intervention for autism Solomon, Richard Q4.L.D Solomon, Richard MD, PLC
Micro-RNA regulation in pluripotent stem cells Schatten, Gerald Q4.S.B Southwest Foundation For Biomedical Research
Optimization of methods for production of both ICSI- and SCNT derived baboon embryonic stem cells Schatten, Gerald Q4.S.B Southwest Foundation For Biomedical Research
Methods for production of ICSI and SCNT derived macaque stem cells Schatten, Gerald Q4.S.B Southwest Foundation For Biomedical Research
Role of L-type calcium channels in hippocampal neuronal network activity Owen, Scott Q4.S.B Stanford University
Using induced pluripotent stem cells to identify cellular phenotypes of autism Dolmetsch, Ricardo Q4.S.B Stanford University
Identification of autism genes that regulate synaptic Nrx/Nlg signaling complexes Garner, Craig Q4.S.B Stanford University
Synaptic deficits of iPS cell-derived neurons from patients with autism Mao, Rong Q4.S.B Stanford University
Exploring the neuronal phenotype of autism spectrum disorders using induced pluripotent stem cells Hallmayer, Joachim; Dolmetsch, Ricardo Q4.S.B Stanford University
CRCNS: Ontology-based multi-scale integration of the autism phenome Das, Amarendra Q7.O Stanford University
A neuroimaging study of twin pairs with autism Hardan, Antonio Q2.S.G Stanford University
Augmentation of the cholinergic system in fragile X syndrome: A double-blind placebo study Reiss, Allan Q2.S.D Stanford University
L-type calcium channel regulation of neuronal differentiation Panagiotakos, Georgia Q2.S.D Stanford University
Function of neurexins Sudhof, Thomas Q2.Other Stanford University
A systematic test of the relation of ASD heterogeneity to synaptic function Sudhof, Thomas; Malenka, Robert Q2.Other Stanford University
Synaptic analysis of neuroligin1 function Fuccillo, Marc Q2.Other Stanford University
Structural and functional connectivity of large-scale brain networks in autism spectrum disorders Uddin, Lucina Q2.Other Stanford University
Structural brain differences between autistic and typically-developing siblings Steinman, Kyle Q2.Other Stanford University
Regulation of activity-dependent ProSAP2 synaptic dynamics Rowan, Magali Q2.Other Stanford University