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Question 2: Short-term Objective A

green dot 2SA. Support at least four research projects to identify mechanisms of fever, metabolic and/or immune system interactions with the central nervous system that may influence ASD during prenatal-postnatal life by 2010. IACC Recommended Budget: $9,800,000 over 4 years. (Fever studies to be started by 2012.)

Projects Found: 32
Total Funding: 3770160
Records
Project Title Funding Funding Institution

Project Title

Immune p38-alpha MAPK activation: Convergent mechanism linking autism models
$105,403

Funding

105403

Institution

Florida Atlantic University

Project Title

MATERNAL BRAIN-REACTIVE ANTIBODIES AND AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Feinstein Institute for Medical Research

Project Title

Prostaglandins and Cerebellum Development
$371,250

Funding

371250

Institution

University of Maryland

Project Title

The role of brainstem NTS inflammation and oxidative stress in Autism
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Wadsworth Center

Project Title

Neuregulin 1 (NRG1) in autistic children
$5,520

Funding

5520

Institution

Hartwick College

Project Title

Anti-GAD antibodies in autism
$9,650

Funding

9650

Institution

Hartwick College

Project Title

MIG-6 tumor suppressor gene protein and ERK 1 and 2 and their association with EGF and EGFR in autistic children
$7,040

Funding

7040

Institution

Hartwick College

Project Title

Mechanisms of mitochondrial dysfunction in autism
$0

Funding

0

Institution

Georgia State University

Project Title

Altered placental tryptophan metabolism: A crucial molecular pathway for the fetal programming of neurodevelopmental disorders
$0

Funding

0

Institution

University of Southern California

Project Title

Anti-Neuronal Autoantibodies against Bacterial Polysaccharides in Autism Spectrum Disorders
$100,000

Funding

100000

Institution

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

 
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