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Who We Fund: Basic Cellular And Molecular Research - Circadian Rhythms

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Title Principal Investigator Institution Grant Number Program Officer Pubs
CHAPS COHORT MAINTENANCE balmes, john r University Of California Berkeley R24ES030888 Smarr, Melissa 4
CIRCADIAN CLOCK DISRUPTION: A RISK FACTOR FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CARCINOGENESIS gaddameedhi, shobhan North Carolina State University Raleigh R01ES030113 Reinlib, Leslie 10
CIRCADIAN DISRUPTION AND CONSEQUENCES OF LIGHT POLLUTION ouyang, jenny University Of Nevada Reno R15ES030548 Reinlib, Leslie 5
CIRCADIAN REGULATION OF CELLULAR HOMEOSTASIS porter, weston w Texas A&M Agrilife Research R01ES033601 Balshaw, David 0
IMPACT OF CIRCADIAN DISRUPTION ON PANCREATIC CANCER DEVELOPMENT AND PROGRESSION lewis, brian c Univ Of Massachusetts Med Sch Worcester R21ES031802 Reinlib, Leslie 0
QUANTIFYING THE IMPACT OF CIRCADIAN DISRUPTION ON GENOME STABILITY lamia, katja a Scripps Research Institute, The R21ES031000 Reinlib, Leslie 1
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