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Start year End year Title Source Position
1. 2008 2011 Institute for Intrinsically Disordered Protein Research IU Signature Center Director
2. 2006 2010 Mining the Structural Genomics Initiative for Disorder NIH/GM Co-PI
3. 2009 DisProt Database: A Central Repository of Information on Intrinsically Disordered Proteins NSF PI
4. 2008 2009 A new cancer protein solubility tool: entropic bristle NIH/NCI PI
5. 2008 2009 Bioinformatics linkage of protein disorder and function NIH/NLM Co-PI
6. 2008 A new technology for functional solubilization of kinases NIH/NLM PI
7. 2008 The role of disordered regions in virus-host cell protein-protein interactions Biomedical Research Pilot Grant Program Co-PI
8. 2008 Ependymal Cells and Musashi: Stem cells in Spinal Cord Regeneration The Morton Cure Paralysis Fund Co-PI
9. 2007 Cardiovascular drug target identification via disordered protein analysis focus NIH/NHLBI PI
10. 2006 2007 Pi-Fish: A novel approach for discovering druggable sites in cancer proteins NIH/NCI PI
11. 2003 2007 Bioinformatics linkage of protein disorder and function NIH/NLM Co-PI
12. 2005 2006 A new cancer protein solubility tool: entropic bristle NIH/NCI PI
13. 2004 2005 Computational and experimental tool for cancer protein NIH/NCI PI
14. 2002 2005 NA ISTC-2069
15. 2002 2005 NA INTAS-2001-2347 grant
16. 2000 2001 NA COBASE
17. 1999 2001 NA Russian Foundation for Basic Research
18. 1999 2000 NA National Parkinson Foundation
19. 1998 1999 NA NATO Collaborative Linkage Grant
20. 1996 1998 NA Russian Foundation for Basic Research
21. 1995 1998 NA INTAS grant
22. 1993 1995 NA Russian Foundation for Basic Research
23. 1993 1995 NA Human Frontier Science Program


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