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  • Computational Toxicology Research Centers: in vitro and in silico Models Of Developmental Toxicity Pathways - Open: November 4, 2008 - Closed: January 29, 2009
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Identifier Abstract Institution Grant Representative Grant Amount Project Period
R834289
Centers

- Main center abstract - Texas-Indiana Virtual STAR Center
The Texas-Indiana Virtual STAR Center; Data-Generating in vitro and in silico Models of Developmental Toxicity in Embryonic Stem Cells and Zebrafish University of Houston - University Park,Indiana University - Bloomington,Texas A & M University Gustafsson , Jan-Ake
Finnell, Richard H.
Glazier, James A


- Principal Investigators listed are
sub-PIs determined by the center.
$3,190,993 November 2009 -
October 2012
R833825
Centers

- Main center abstract - Carolina Center for Computational Toxicology
Carolina Center for Computational Toxicology University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Segal, Deborah
 
$3,400,000   May 2008 -
February 2012  
R831846
Grant
Chemical Induced Changes in Gene Expression Patterns Along the HPG-axis at Different Organizational Levels Using a Small Animal Model (Japanese medaka) Michigan State University Saint, Chris
 
$749,904   September 2004 -
August 2007  
R831848
Grant
Systems Biology Modeling of Fathead Minnow Response to Endocrine Disruptors University of Florida,Oregon Health & Sciences University,Saint Mary College,Florida Atlantic University - Boca Raton,Purdue University - Main Campus Saint, Chris
 
$722,851   August 2004 -
July 2007  
R831847
Grant
Estrogen Elicited Gene Expression Network Elucidation in the Rat Uterus Michigan State University Saint, Chris
 
$747,960   September 2004 -
August 2007  
R832721C003
Centers

- This is a subproject of the New Jersey Research Center for Environmental Bioinformatics and Computational Toxicology
Development of Computational Tools for Optimal Identification of Biological Networks Princeton University EPA Project Officer(s) for
New Jersey Research Center for Environmental Bioinformatics and Computational Toxicology

Grant Number R832721:

Mustra, David
 
Refer to main center abstract for funding details.   October 2005 -
September 2010  

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