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Grants and Contracts

Principal Investigator

Extramural

1. Sponsor: NIH (NCI) 1
  Project Number: 1U54CA151881-0. Title: CENTER FOR TRANSLATIONAL CANCER NANOMEDICINE
  Project Start Date: 1-SEP-2010 Project End Date: 31-JUL-2015
  Project Funding Information for 2010: Total Funding: $2,596,014  
  PI: Torchilin V.P.
Project 5 PI: Petrenko V.A.
Title: "Tumor Targeting Nanocarriers using Phage Proteins".
   
1 Sponsor: US Department of Agriculture; GRANT: G00004608
  FUND Name: USDA-2009-34605-34605-19805.  Title: Phage-based devices for isolation and detection of threat agents.
  7/15/2009-7/14/2010. Award Amount: $30,000 (direct)
   
2 Sponsor: Calvert Research, LLC; GRANT: G00004102
  Title: Targeted Drug Delivery
  10/1/2008-5/1/2009. Award Amount: $50,000
   
3 Sponsor: US Department of Agriculture; GRANT: G00004063
  FUND Name: USDA-2008-34605-19275I.  Title: Phage-based devices for isolation and detection of threat agents.
  7/15/2008-7/14/2009. Award Amount: $50,000 (direct)
   
4 Hatch Federal Appropriations
  Project: Special Grants-Food Safety. Title: Bacillus Anthracis Spore Selective Phage Binders
  8/1/2007-7/31/2008. Award Amount: $60,000 (direct)
   
5 NIH (NCI)
  Grant# 1 R01 CA125063-01. Drug Delivery Carriers Targeted to Breast Tumor by Fusion Phage Proteins
  2/2/2007-2/1/2012;  $1,912,609
   
6 NIH (NIAID)
  Grant# NIH-1 R21  AI05564501. Phage binding for Continuous Anthrax Spore Detection
  8/1/2003-7/31/2006;  $580,000
  Co-PIs: B.Chin, C. Neely, A. Simonian, I. Sorokulova, V. Vodyanoy
   
7 U.S. Army Grant (ARO/DARPA)
  Grant #DAAD19-01-10454. Phage Landscape Libraries as a Source of Substitute Antibodies for Detector Platforms
  3/2001-4/2004;  $254,000
   
8 U.S. Army Grant (ARO)
  Grant #DAAG55-98-1-0258. Mosaic Landscape Phage as a New Class of Detectors
  1998-2001; $250,000
  Co-PI: G.P. Smith
   
9 NIH, National Center for Research Resources 
  Grant #1R21RR12647-01. Mosaic Landscape Libraries of Filamentous Phage
  1997-1999; $219,000
  Co-PI: G.P. Smith
   
10 State Program "State-of-the-art bioengineering methods". 
  Grant #194. Construction of extensive phage library of antibodies
  1992-1993; $15,000
   
11 Russian Foundation for Fundamental Research
  Grant # 93-04-6733. Dioxin-binding antibodies expose on phage M13 surface
  1992-1993; $15,000
   
12 State Program "State-of-the-art bioengineering methods”.
  Mutagenic properties of antisense oligonucleotides
  1991-1992; $15,000

Intramural

13

Animal Health & Disease Research Funds. Auburn University. College of Veterinary Medicine.

  Targeting of Prostate Cancer Cells by Landscape Phage--A New Drug Delivery Concept
  10/1/2006-9/31/2008; $36,000 (direct)
   
14 Scott-Richey Research Center Interdepartmental Fund
  Novel Phage-based System for Delivery and Expression of Foreign Genes in Glioma Cells
  1/2003-12/2003; $30,000 (direct)
   

15

Animal Health & Disease Research Funds. Auburn University. College of Veterinary Medicine.
  Grant #354. Phage as bioselective probe for detection of Chlamidia
  2001-2003; $40,000 (direct)

Co-Principal Investigator

Extramural

1 US Army Grant, (ARMY-DAAD05-02-C0016)
  Preservation of biological materials (Viral Glass) 
  2002-2004; $367,546
  PI: V. Vodyanoy
   
2 General Atomics
  E-SMART Chemical and Biological Agent Detection Network
  2000-2001; $328,000 
  PI: T. Moore
   
3 US Army Grant. Natick RD&E Center 
  A Library of Organic Landscapes
  1994-1995; $146,000
  PI: G.P.Smith

Intramural

4 University of Missouri-Columbia/ Research Board Grant 
  A Library of Organic Landscapes 
  1994-1995; $48,600 (direct)
  PI: G.P.Smith 
   
5 University of Missouri-Columbia/ Research Board Grant 
  Platelet-activating Phage: A New Route to Hemostatics
  1999-2000; $50,000 (direct)
  PI: G.P.Smith

Co-Investigator

Extramural

1 USDA-2003-34394131780
  RFID Bacteria Sensor Tag
  Specific aim: Selection phage-derived probes for infectious agents
  06/15/2004 to 06/14/2007
  PI: B. Chin
   
2

FAA, ACER

  Environmental control
  9/1/06-8/31/07; $50,000 (direct)
  PI: W. Gale
   
3 U.S. Department of Agriculture, Special Research Grants
  RFID Bacteria Sensor Tag 
  06/15/2003 to 06/14/2004.
  PI: B. Chin; $1,040,808
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