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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
BIOACTIVATION OF HALOGENATED HYDROCARBONS guengerich, f peter Vanderbilt University R01ES010546 Carlin, Danielle 74
CELLULAR DETERMINANTS OF AH RECEPTOR SIGNALING sutter, thomas r University Of Memphis R01ES017014 Shreffler, Carol 10
DNA ADDUCT-INDUCED MUTAGENESIS stone, michael p Vanderbilt University R01ES029357 Shaughnessy, Daniel 8
EXPANDING THE THROUGHPUT OF REAL-TIME TOXICOLOGICAL SCREENING OF CARDIAC DIFFERENTIATION BY EXPRESSING A SYNTHETIC LUCIFERASE/LUCIFERIN GENETIC PATHWAY IN IPSCS morrison, dan 490 Biotech, Inc. R44ES026269 Ravichandran, Lingamanaidu 2
EXPANDING THE TOOL BOX: ENVIRONMENTAL METABOLOMICS IMPROVES DECISION MAKING AND MANAGEMENT OF CONTAMINATED (SUPERFUND) SITES taggart, dora m Microbial Insights, Inc. R43ES030669 Henry, Heather 0
FUNCTIONS OF SRAP DOMAIN PROTEINS IN DNA METABOLISM cortez, david k Vanderbilt University R01ES030575 Shaughnessy, Daniel 4
MANGANESE EXPOSURE SUSCEPTIBILITY AS A MODIFIER OF EXCITOTOXICITY IN ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE harrison, fiona edith Vanderbilt University Medical Center R01ES031401 Hollander, Jonathan 2
MECHANISMS OF COPYING OF CARCINOGEN-DAMAGED DNA AND RNA BY TRANSLESION POLYMERASES guengerich, f peter Vanderbilt University R01ES026955 Shaughnessy, Daniel 3
MODELING ALS-PDC: ALIGNING BMAA TOXICITY WITH THE BIRTH OF NEURONS INVOLVED IN ALS-PDC AND WITH AGING charlton, clivel g. Meharry Medical College R21ES027663 Hollander, Jonathan 0
REGULATION OF NKG2D LIGANDS IN MELANOCYTES UPON UV RADIATION wu, zhaohui University Of Tennessee Health Sci Ctr R56ES029614 Humble, Michael 0
SBIR PHASE I: EVALUATING THE FEASIBILITY OF THE TOTALTHM-NOW FOR DRINKING WATER TREATMENT PLANTS TO IMPROVE WATER QUALITY, REDUCE COSTS, AND LOWER CANCER RISKS brown, michael Foundation Instruments, Inc. R43ES031465 Henry, Heather 0
TRACKING BRAIN AROUSAL FLUCTUATIONS FOR FMRI BIG DATA DISCOVERY chang, catherine elizabeth Vanderbilt University K22ES028048 Shreffler, Carol 9
TRAINING PROGRAM IN ENVIRONMENTAL TOXICOLOGY guengerich, f peter Vanderbilt University T32ES007028 Shreffler, Carol 328
UT SUMMER UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH EXPERIENCES IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SCIENCES ripp, steven a University Of Tennessee Knoxville R25ES028976 Humble, Michael 0
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