Science Grants

BIOMEDICINE: Nutrition research. $500,000 total over five years from Bristol-Myers Co. to Tufts University Schools of Medicine and Nutrition, Boston; I.H. Hospital, Mahidol University, Rosenburg, and Ramathibodi Bangkok, Thailand; V. I. Tanphaichitr Developing Investigator Award: investigation of basic mechanisms of the inimunopharmacology of allergic diseases. $300,000 over five years from the Burroughs Weilcome Fund [through the American Academy of Allergy and Immunology] to W.E. Serafin, Br

Dec 26, 1988
The Scientist Staff

BIOMEDICINE:
Nutrition research. $500,000 total over five years from Bristol-Myers Co. to Tufts University Schools of Medicine and Nutrition, Boston; I.H. Hospital, Mahidol University, Rosenburg, and Ramathibodi Bangkok, Thailand; V. I. Tanphaichitr

Developing Investigator Award: investigation of basic mechanisms of the inimunopharmacology of allergic diseases. $300,000 over five years from the Burroughs Weilcome Fund [through the American Academy of Allergy and Immunology] to W.E. Serafin, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston

Basic research on autoimmune diseases. $125,000 from the Seaver Institute to the California Institute of Technology; L. Hood

BIOLOGY:
Investigation of gene structure and function. $2 million from NSF to a collaborative Program in Molecular Biology and Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley; N. Cozarelli

Disease research: the immune defense system in rainbow trout. $160,000 over two years from U.S. Department of Agriculture to Washington State University; S. Ristow, G. Thorgaard Genetic research on commmutations. $150,000 from the State of Iowa to Iowa State University; P. Schnable

MATHEMATICS:
Improvement of computer graphics and animation in math research. $130,000 from the Department of the Army to the Math Sciences Institute, Cornell University; A. Nerode