Mizutani Foundation for Glycoscience

Mailing Address:
Marunouchi Center Building 9F
1-6-1 Marunouchi,
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
100-0005 Japan
Phone:
81-3-3211-0861
Fax:
81-3-3211-0862
e-mail:
info@mizutanifdn.or.jp
Grant Information
Reserch Grant

Research Grants in 2015

Mizutani Foundation for Glycoscience received 189 research grant applications from 23 countries in 2014. After careful evaluation for scientific and social merit, potentiality and feasibility, the Foundation decided to award the grants of approximately 77 million yen in total to the following 16 projects.

 1.
Anthony, Robert; Massachusetts General Hospital, USA; The importance of the IgE glycome in allergic inflammation
 2.
Borbás, Anikó; University of Debrecen, Hungary; Development of a novel class of heparinoid anticoagulants
 3.
Boyce, Michael; Duke University School of Medicine, USA; Control of COPII vesicle trafficking by intracellular protein glycosylation
 4.
Elkin, Michael; Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Center, Israel; Enzymatic cleavage of heparan sulfate powers inflammation and associated cancer
 5.
Foulquier, François; UMR8576, CNRS, University of Lille I, France; TMEM165, a new key player in golgi glycosylation and skeletal development
 6.
Grimes, Catherine; University of Delaware, USA; Regulation of Nod2 by O-GlcNAc glycosylation and its role in Crohn's Disease
 7.
Itokazu, Yutaka; Georgia Regents University, USA; c-Series gangliosides regulate neural stem cell proliferation and regeneration
 8.
Kotani, Norihiro; Saitama Medical University, Japan; Developing the antibody medicine against glycolipid-enriched raft
 9.
Manya, Hiroshi; Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital and Institute of Gerontology, Japan; The biosynthetic mechanism of O-mannosyl glycan diversity
10.
Matsuno, Kenji; Osaka University, Japan; Functional interactions among glycan modification on EGF-like repeats of Notch
11.
Matthijs, Gert; University of Leuven, Belgium; Insights into golgi stress response from a new glycosylation disorder
12.
Nishihara Shoko; Soka University, Japan; The roles of glycans in the intra-axonal compartmentalization of neuron
13.
Pillai, Shiv; Massachusetts General Hospital, USA; 9-O acetyl sialic acid and autoimmunity
14.
Rush, Jeffrey; University of Kentucky, USA; Role of RFT1 in dolichol-linked oligosaccharide assembly in human fibroblasts
15.
Silverman, Neal; University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA; A new transporter for inflammatory muropeptides
16.
Withers, Stephen; University of British Columbia, Canada; Engineered sialyltransferases for sialidase-resistant therapeutic glycoproteins

Number of applicants by country (for 2015):


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