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Updated 10:00 AM February 20, 2006
 

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Accolades
Awards

The Center for Chemical Genomics Pilot Project Initiative, a five-year collaboration between the Life Sciences Institute (LSI) and Fisher Scientific International Inc., has awarded its first grants to U-M researchers to conduct innovative research directed toward technology development relating to high throughput screening (HTS), small molecules synthesis, target detection and assay miniaturization. Researchers receiving awards are Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering Jay Guo for "Label-free Optical Micro-Resonator Biosensor for High-throughput Screening Applications"; LSI Research Assistant Professor and Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology Assistant Professor Anuj Kumar for "High-Throughput FRET Screening in Yeast with Plasmid-Based FP Fusions"; Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering and Chemical Engineering Michael Mayer for "Efficient and Parallel Formation of Membrane Protein Arrays by Hydrogel-based Microcontact Printing"; and Professor of Chemistry John Montgomery for "New Methods for Macrocycle Glycosylation."

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