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Center for NeuroScience Pilot Program (CNS-Pilot)

Past Awards


The CCTSI is proud to announce the CCTSI Center for NeuroScience Pilot Program (CNS-Pilot) Awardees. These awards were ​​Center for NeuroScience (CNS) administered, and generously funded by the CU School of Medicine, CNS and PI Home Departments.

 

 2017 CNS PILOT PROGRAM AWARDS

 
  
Affiliation
Project Title
expand Award Type : CNS-Pilot Translational Team Science Award - $100,000 ‎(2)
expand Award Type : CNS-Pilot Independent Innovation in Translational Neuroscience Award - $30,000 ‎(2)
expand Award Type : CNS-Pilot Basic Research Team Award-$75,000 ‎(2)
expand Award Type : CNS-Pilot Basic Research Independent Award - $30,000 ‎(1)
 

 2016 CNS Pilot Program Awards

 
  
Affiliation
Project Title
collapse Award Type : CNS-Pilot Translational Team Science Award - $100,000 ‎(1)
  
Department of Integrative Physiology
Center for Neuroscience
CU-Boulder

BioFrontiers Institute
Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology
CU-Boulder
Determination of blood biomarkers of rapid antidepressant effects of infrared whole body heating (WBH) using RNAseq
collapse Award Type : CNS-Pilot Basic Research Team Award-$75,000 ‎(1)
  
Division of Endocrinology, Metabolism and Diabetes
Department of Medicine
School of Medicine
CU Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus

Department of Cell and Developmental Biology
School of Medicine
CU Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
Lipid Metabolism in the Brain during Injury and Repair
collapse Award Type : CNS-Pilot Basic Research Independent Award - $30,000 ‎(3)
  
Department of Pharmacology
School of Medicine
CU Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
A mouse model for testing reversibility of the negative symptoms of schizophrenia
  
Department of Physiology and Biophysics
School of Medicine
CU Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
The functional role of inhibitory neural circuits in decision making
  
Division of Developmental Biology
Department of Pediatrics
School of Medicine
CU Denver - Anschutz Medical Campus
Identification of signals that activate perivascular stromal cells and initiate fibrosis following CNS injury
 

 2015 CNS-Pilot Program Awards

 
  
Affiliation
Project Title
collapse Award Type : CNS-Pilot Translational Team Science Award - $100,000 ‎(1)
  
Kempe Center, Child Abuse Pediatrics
Department of Emergency Medicine
School of Medicine
CU Denver Anschutz Medical Campus
Fast MR for Young Children with Traumatic Brain Injury - A Pilot Study
collapse Award Type : CNS-Pilot Basic Research Independent Award - $30,000 ‎(3)
  
Division of Developmental Biology
Department of Pediatrics
School of Medicine
CU Denver Anschutz Medical Campus
Investigating the cellular and molecular roles of GCN5 in corticostriatal development and obsessive-compulsive phenotypes
  
Division of Infectious Diseases
Department of Medicine
School of Medicine
CU Denver Anschutz Medical Campus
Mechanisms of Alpha-synuclein induced restriction of viral infections in the Central Nervous system
  
Division of Developmental Biology
Department of Pediatrics
School of Medicine
CU Denver Anschutz Medical Campus
Novel Interactors of the Reelin Signaling Pathway and their Potential Roles in Healthy Brain Function and Alzheimer's
Disease Pathology
 

 2014 CNS-Pilot Program Awards

 
  
Affiliation
Project Title
collapse Award Type : CNS-Pilot Independent Innovation in Translational Neuroscience Award - $30,000 ‎(3)
  
School of Medicine, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology, University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus
Novel noncoding RNAs of the Sm family in the CNS: Potential suppressors and mediators of
CNS disorders
  
School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neurology, University of Colorado Denver | Anschutz Medical Campus
TRPV1 channel: A potential therapeutic target to treat early-life seizures
  
School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Child Neurology
Motor neuron disease mechanisms and therapy development using zebrafish as a model system

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