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Grants Recently Received
To the Department of Biology, a 14-month grant to study protein-protein interactions driving the evolution of gene regulation. Madelaine Bartlett $26,036 from the National Science Foundation.
To the Department of Biology, a three-year grant to study dissecting the genomic architecture of functional redundancy to modulate meristem homeostasis and crop yields. Madelaine Bartlett $132,759 from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.
To the Cranberry Station, a three-year grant to study nitrogen management at the watershed level: The role of cranberry agriculture. Peter Jeranyama $154,210 from Agricultural Research Service (USDA - ARS).
To the Department of Environmental Conservation, a four-month grant to assess the potential for climate change and forest insects to drive land-use regime shifts. David Kittredge, Jr. $37,935 from Harvard Forest.
To the Department of Food Science, a two-year study of the Aspergillus fumigatus genetic variant and isolate repository (fumigatusgvir): A community resource to facilitate association mapping of pathogenicity associated traits. John Gibbons $251,714 from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
To the Department of Food Science, a three-year study on the modulation of colon tumorigenesis by dietary fatty acids. Guodong Zhang $284,648 from the Nat'l Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
To the Department of Food Science, a four-year study for promotion of colon health by cranberry. Hang Xiao $371,692 from the Nat'l Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).
To the Stockbridge School of Agriculture, a three-year study about collaborative research: manganese(III)-driven carbon oxidation at oxic-anoxic interfaces. Marco Keiluweit $299,224 from the National Science Foundation (NSF).